For sure.

This made me think of the time I dropped a Lyft passenger off in their neighbor's driveway right next door. So as I'm waiting for traffic trying to back out this guy comes out of the front door swirling a lanyard of keys around and really slowly walks all the way up to my window and just stands less than a foot away from my car.

I roll down my window and ask if I can help him, he says something stupid and passive-aggressive ( did I mention this was in Portland, Oregon) and I'm just snippy about, "I just dropped your neighbor off and I'm trying to leave and you need to back up from my vehicle."

The horrible inconvenience of me pulling into your driveway...

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