I live in a pretty nice area. I don't bother anyone and never have done, but of recent, I'm beginning to feel a need to machine gun one or two of the other residents. The street where I live is quite narrow and if you park opposite the end of my driveway, I can't get any of my cars out. This necessitates having to identify the owner of the car trawling round the doors and once located, explaining the situation to them and politely asking them to move their car 10 feet forward or back. It's a pain for all concerned as on street parking is quite tight, but whilst my neighbours are making life convenient for them selves by blocking my drive, they make it bloody inconvenient for me. I've explained the situation, dropped really large hints, even parked one of my cars outside the front of the house and not on the drive, purely to take up enough space so that my neighbours can't block me in, but allowing enough space for easy access to their houses. Not for the first time, I woke up this morning and took the car parked on the road to the local paper shop. This was at 0750hrs. My neighbours cars were all parked on their respective drives. On my return at 0815hrs, the snooty wife of an ex LEs who lives in the corner had taken her car from her driveway and parked it in front of my house, leaving for some obscure reason at least 20 ft of parking space from the front of her car to her house. This isn't the first time, in fact it's regular as clockwork. I am of the opinion that she must lie awake waiting for me to go out, so she can f*ck me around. 10 to eight on a Sunday morning? Iask you......why? Her husband, drives a hearse for a living (how can you remain toffee nosed when your old man does that for a living?)and frequently brings it and some of the other 'firms' cars home. The first time it was parked outside his house, I was jumping up and down as I though the little tw*t had popped his clogs. I was gutted to see him get into the drivers seat. half an hour later. The presence of the hearse caused an upset with the other next door neighbour, who was faced with it everytime he looked out of his window. He ended up building an ornameltal fence thing so as he didn't have to look at it each time he went to his front window. To add to my woes, there's a vicar moved in at the other side. Despite him having taken on board what I said to him about the parking problem, his 'flock' who turn up quite frequently, continually block my drive. I feel that I cannot win.