Tuesday

And *This* Is Why I'm Opposed To Valeting.

I seriously just had to look up if "valeting" is a real word and the jury is still out but at least I'm not the only one who's researched this on Google.
This weekend I was getting ready to sleep it in when Britt dragged me to some place called Kyma Lounge at the very beautiful and expensive $18-dollars-for-a-vodkaseltzer EPIC hotel. Asides from the delicious music and an impromptu makeout session with a boy from California I'll likely never see again, there was this:
I really hope no one got hurt. But mostly, that it wasn't the valet boy who committed this abomination.

(Something tells me parking on top of the Maserati isn't conducive to keeping your job.)

:(

Update: My friend forwarded me this story and indeed, it was the valet guy. Poor bastard.

20 comments:

Christy said...

How does something like this EVEN happen?! CRAZY!

clare suzanne said...

I don't consider that a crime. I consider that talent!!

Brandon Lostinidaho said...

They ran out of room, so they decided to stack.

Vertical space. Genius!

Gia said...

Whaaaaaaaaat the what?!

Anonymous said...

You don't have to add the part where you make out with a stranger, whore.
Everyone pretty much knows that if you have a story about going out at some point you drank and at some point you made out with some stranger.

Annah said...

Brandon... I think you figured it out.

Anonymous.... Don't be jealous you weren't that stranger.

AccordingtoJewels said...

They drove it UP UNDER the Jeep! Good sweet word! No thank you. I think I'd cry if I came out and saw my car all jacked up like that. Somebody got a chubby off the car and decided to drive it 'Like a man'...uh yeah...that didn't work out did it buddy?

MonsteRawr said...

Wait, this shit is real? Holy balls. I like to think that this was his way of quitting.

chemgirljaime said...

valet's never put on the emergency brake when they park your car... it's for this reason that I don't like valet's..

or mechanics.

Odie Langley said...

I don't attend functions that have that service in the rural area where I live. Even if it was available I don't think I would trust my vehicle with a stranger.

Annah said...

Jewels: To have been there and see the reaction of the cars' owners. PRICELESS, indeed.

Monste: Bahhahahhahaa. Going out with a bang, bitches! Love it.

Odie: I've had bad experiences but in Miami sometimes you have no choice. One time they tore the front bumper off my car. I didn't notice until I got home.

L-Kat said...

When I decide to leave my job, I'm going to do something epic like this. Better to go out with a bang I think.

Jeff Evans said...

Wow. Talk about your Very Bad Days . . .

Rebekah Mae said...

And this is why I'm not comfortable with driving other people's cars, or having them drive mine lol. Still though, my heart goes out to those guys, especially the owners of the Maserati and the 350.

NellieVaughn said...

How does something like that even happen!?!

thoughtsappear said...

Looks to me like space was tight and the valet was just being resourceful.

I read that it wasn't just the Maserati but a Porsche, too. That's what happens when people buy nice cars. It's like asking for something bad to happen.

Zombie said...

How dafuq did that even happen?

G said...

wow he must of been going at some pace to land it there.

T. Roger Thomas said...

This and retaining whatever possessions you have in your car are both good reasons not to bother with valet service.

Anonymous said...

That's what happens when a kid doesn't have a license nor a green card.....