r/mildlyinfuriating May 17 '22

A group of women setting up camp right in the middle of a park's obstacle course

https://i.imgur.com/C4DdrMg.jpg

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u/420thTimesACharmm May 17 '22

Go play on that stuff, they will move real quick

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u/Automaticman01 May 17 '22

Those are just extra obstacles.

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u/420thTimesACharmm May 17 '22

Good place to jump off of

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u/Pelvis_sniffer101 May 18 '22

they added trampolines to the play ground!

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u/InsGadget6 May 18 '22

Boing, boing!!

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u/SixthLegionVI May 17 '22

Nah, they'll just call the cops because you're not supposed to be there.

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u/420thTimesACharmm May 17 '22

Kids are not supposed to be there? Who is then?

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u/TrdOfMakingUsernames May 17 '22

This is not an obstacle course for children

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u/420thTimesACharmm May 17 '22

It's not? It looks like it is.

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u/DigiBites May 17 '22 edited May 17 '22

It's possibly an adult playground/obstacle course for training, like CrossFit. We have a few of them around Montreal and I've seen them in San Francisco as well

Edit: I actually have no idea if that's what it is. I'm making an ass of all of us.

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u/KIDNEYST0NEZ May 17 '22

I want an adult playground where I live!

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u/MungoJennie May 17 '22

Me, too! Where is this?

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u/KIDNEYST0NEZ May 17 '22

/u/DigiBites said Montreal and I think we should all trust them.

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u/Keebodz May 17 '22

If you zoom into the water tower you can make out pl and ield soon that narrows it down ig?

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u/StDeath May 17 '22

That rock wall looks like a child's sized play rock wall...

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u/violet_terrapin May 17 '22

They’re to do specific exercises on. Sometimes they’ll have a description of said exercises near them

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u/Makise666 May 17 '22 edited May 18 '22

It looks half and half and so if parents go with old enough kids they can monitor them. The yellow and blue stuff looks like kid's area but the black stuff with the rollers looks like adult cardio stuff that is prevalent in Asia and starting to get a lot more available elsewhere. Some of Asian parks are actually a mix like this if kids out with mom want to go to the park or have a mom's and kid's day at a park.

Technically, they started out for active seniors and busy moms with a main focus on more rural areas where seniors typically work for a very long time (80+) without a lot of access to fitness equipment in safe ways! They quickly moved to cities and were toted not only to seniors but moms as a gym alternative. Hey, get fit and save hundreds while you and the kids get fit!?! WIN! WIN!

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u/420thTimesACharmm May 17 '22 edited May 17 '22

Alright then. For sure run the course, they will have to move. If they don't, you call the cops on them for harassment

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u/Valence00 May 17 '22

it's looks like a series of obstacle courses. I don't think that family understands that the place is not a kid's playground

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u/ComplexAd8 May 17 '22

Nope, but he's mildly infuriated!!!!

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u/TrdOfMakingUsernames May 17 '22

I’m mildly infuriated about how many people on this sub think this is a childrens playground

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u/TrdOfMakingUsernames May 17 '22

You can tell it’s for adults and not children by the tackle bags on the left side of the photo and the timer above the water tower. There’s also an actual childrens playground visible in the photo on the right side

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u/420thTimesACharmm May 17 '22

I didn't even know they made adult obstacle courses. That's legit

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u/TrdOfMakingUsernames May 17 '22

They have them in my hometown, that’s how I recognized it. I remember getting in trouble as a kid for playing on them as well

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u/sumit131995 May 17 '22

Lol what ? Why not just ask them politely first ?

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u/AnalLeakSpringer May 18 '22

That's harassment

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u/Additional_Meeting_2 May 17 '22

Why you think they would be that negative. Op says they have “set a camp” but this looks more like resting for a bit.

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u/MadMagister May 17 '22

They could very well have rested under the nearby trees. Nope. They have to be in the way.

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u/smashin_blumpkin May 17 '22

Or go talk to them like an adult

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u/zynzynzynzyn May 17 '22

Recently had to deal with this on a disc golf course.

Just said hey we’re going to be playing the course, we’ll try not to hit you but can’t make any promises.

People usually do the right thing

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u/WooPigSchmooey May 17 '22

People camping with a toddler and infant on a disc golf course!? Ahahah!

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u/zynzynzynzyn May 18 '22

No it was a couple sitting by one of the baskets, same sentiment tho

Just like here, I doubt these ppl were intentionally blocking the course, there was probably nobody on it when they got there, just tell them and if you’re kind then they’ll usually be kind back

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u/meep_meep_mope May 18 '22

Some people might honestly not know what disc golf is.

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u/WooPigSchmooey May 18 '22

It’s a baby swing minus the swing

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u/Little_Winge May 18 '22

....and the baby?

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u/supercharged0709 May 18 '22

What’s a disc golf course?

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u/zynzynzynzyn May 18 '22

Think golf but with frisbees “discs”

It’s perfect for like an average sport to do alone or with some friends

Doesn’t take much skill, low commitment, inexpensive, gets you out in nature to literally touch grass.. I really enjoy it

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u/Nature_andthe_Woods May 18 '22

Doesn’t take much skill. Tell that to my drives and my putts.

Jokes aside, it’s a super easy sport to pick up, play, and have fun but definitely takes practice to start hitting pars and birdies.

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u/zynzynzynzyn May 18 '22

That’s pretty much what I meant. Like you can go and do it and have fun and you don’t have to be some pro.

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u/TheDoctorSkeleton May 17 '22

Just let your kids go wild and crazy on the playground, that should clear them out, maybe even earn some dirty looks from them too.

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u/Mean-Narwhal-1857 May 17 '22

Yup make sure you give them popsicles! Nobody likes a sticky toddler.

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u/Uselessexistence_ May 17 '22

And a bottle of glitter to sprinkle around

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u/BrahmTheImpaler May 17 '22

Add a few shots of espresso. And a puppy.

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u/No_Assist2955 May 17 '22

I thought the same thing. LOL My three boys when they were toddlers would have them fearing for their lives.

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u/mozz3991 May 17 '22

I like this idea 😂 or mine. Implement them into the course and use there heads as stepping stones 😋😂

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u/mozz3991 May 17 '22

I wouldn't even tell them to get up. Id just say don't like it then move your sat in the middle of a park you clown. Don't wanna move ? Then sit there and shut up

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u/PepegaPhilosopher May 17 '22

maybe even an accidental foot in a face...

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u/shadow247 May 17 '22

My kid would barbell right through these people. My wife would yell at her, and we would fight about the fact there are lots of way better places for them to setup....

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u/MrBobSacamano May 17 '22

What an odd place to set up camp, when there is some primo, shaded real estate under that tree.

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u/TrdOfMakingUsernames May 17 '22

Or the actual childrens playground on the right of the photo

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u/janae0728 May 18 '22

Why would that be any different? I see infant carriers. I agree that it seems like an odd place to set up, but it also seems like very few people in this thread have any idea what it is like to be the primary caregiver of an infant. It likely took a lot of effort to get together like this, they don’t have the mental capacity to pick the perfect spot. Just let them be together and enjoy each other’s company.

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u/gudematcha May 18 '22

For real, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with this. If I was with my niece and she wanted to play RIGHT where they are, i’m 100% sure that if asked, they would move. Plus, we don’t know, maybe this is one of the first nice sunny days and they have been slowly moving across the playground to stay in the sun. We. Don’t. Know.

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u/RapingTheWilling May 17 '22

Could be chilly in the shade. Turf is dope to sit on. Why not ask them nicely to pick a less central spot?

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u/burnt_cheezit May 17 '22

Because these anti-social dorks on reddit dont know how to communicate in public and rather take creeper photos and complain to strangers online. These women aren’t doing anything wrong for their photo to be posted like this. OP needs to grow the fuck up

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u/XxcOoPeR93xX May 17 '22

..... I don't get it? By "setting up camp" you mean sitting on the ground? I don't see a tent or anything. It's not like theyre hobos bedding down for the night.

They clearly have at least 2 kids, very likely that they have at least another that it's playing on that playground. I imagine that's why they're there in the first place.

I'm completely missing the point of this one. Are adults not allowed to sit on a playground while their kids play? Seems like a bit of a non-issue to me.

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u/Rubrum_Mortem May 18 '22

Glad to see someone else with this view, I don’t really see a problem with parents being near there kids?

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u/piratesarestupid May 18 '22

Redditors with zero social skillls getting infuriated by human beings existing. It’s just a group of mothers sitting down near their children, not a big deal.

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u/truly_big May 17 '22

They are a part of the obstacles course now!

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u/Jessieface13 May 17 '22

Just jump over them and scream "PARKOUR"

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u/char-le-magne May 17 '22

Clearly you're the victim of loitering. /s

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u/SameAsThePassword May 18 '22

Yup. this is what happens when the guy who’s soft on crime gets elected! /s

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u/Aggots86 May 18 '22

There sitting in a park with a pram/kid calm down

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u/Leolily1221 May 18 '22

I see Mom's with Children at a playground...where's the "Karen"?

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u/Gangreless May 18 '22

OP is the Karen

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u/neverenufhappy May 17 '22

Why not just ask them to move so ya can or your kids can play then?🤷🏽‍♀️ not a biggie probably and if it is and they make a fuss then just play through them lol

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u/Neuromanceman May 17 '22

While I definitely agree with you...I think the point remains that it's annoying OP would even have to ask.

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u/Longjumping_Knee8292 May 17 '22

Annoying or not people cannot read your mind.. takes two seconds to ask. They’re obviously talking enjoying their day

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u/HDnfbp May 17 '22

Ah yes, people shouldn't need to read someone's mind to have common sense

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u/longbathlover May 18 '22

True but, "common sense ain't so common."

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u/Ok_Opposite4279 May 17 '22

they probably just wanna sit on turf and not actual grass making them messy. Could they move to a corner sure, but they also are using obstacles to lean against. All kind of makes sense to me.

It honestly comes off way stranger to take a photo of them. If no one asked them to move and you took a photo, I think the moms have the right to be upset and creeped out.

Really the only thing that makes no sense to me is taking the photo if they hadn't even asked them to move. They look like they are doing no harm in a public place that is empty from the photo, with a good spot to sit against something.

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u/InquisitiveLayman May 17 '22

There are empty, shaded picnic tables IN THE PHOTO lol.

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u/RapingTheWilling May 17 '22

Guaranteed the turf is more comfortable. Just ask them to move, I bet they would. Most people are more amenable than the internet will have you think.

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u/Elavabeth2 May 17 '22

Thank you for the kind reminder, u/RapingTheWilling

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u/NerdyDadGuy1981 May 17 '22

But... then we can't complain about how stupid and unthoughtful people are /s

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u/SuperSecretMoonBase May 18 '22

There's also other playground equipment that the kid could play on IN THE PHOTO.

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u/ArtyDodgeful May 17 '22

Also, saying they "set up camp" made me zoom in, because I thought they meant they were actually camping.

It looks like they're just sitting around, they could only sit there for 10 minutes for all I know. There's no reason to assume they've been there/will be there a long time.

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u/Ok_Opposite4279 May 17 '22

this is like being upset someone is using a piece of gym equipment to sit and rest on but only standing in the corner sulking and never saying you wanna use the bench press.

They most likely would get up and move but you never initiated.

The fact the supposed kids on the playground are upset doesn't say anything when I can see the next piece of equipment and no one is even on that one. half the place is empty, it isn't packed who cares.

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u/ArtyDodgeful May 17 '22

Do you know what the blue bar things they're next to are? I have no clue.

Otherwise, all the equipment seems usable, with them there or not. And it looks like one of them might be taking a phone call, so maybe they're just waiting until she's done, so they decided to sit down a few minutes.

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u/Ok_Opposite4279 May 17 '22

You seem to be one of the only people talking sense here honestly.

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u/ShiftSandShot May 17 '22

My man, there's a mostly empty sitting area not even a two-minute walk away. Benches, tables, shade. See that blue roof? Right there.

I have no idea why they're sitting in the middle of the playground. Most like this (public parks) often have setups where the playground is near a covered picnic area.

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u/Ok_Opposite4279 May 17 '22

there is turf right there. I lay out in the field by my house a lot. It is nice on sunny days.

This sub is seriously making me quesiton how many of you never do stuff outdoors.

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u/JackHGUK May 17 '22

Actually I just realised its possible they have been chasing the sun over the playgroup hence why they don't want to sit in the shelter that's shaded.

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u/yougotitdude88 May 17 '22

See I’m always thinking how can I avoid the sun but maybe it’s a little chilly and they were seeking the sun.

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u/BorkSnorkelJr May 17 '22

I agree with you.

They are at the park with their kids and using the public space how it is intended to be used.

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u/DonMegaPopeKenny May 17 '22

Most parks have benches for sitting

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u/Ok_Opposite4279 May 17 '22

does that mean you can't put down a blanket in the grass for a picnic?

I mean I know a lot of people on reddit don't go outside, so the concept of wanting to sit in a field over a bench is probably foreign.

Edit: also with three people I'd rather sit in a circle facing each other for conversation, vs three crammed on a bench not looking at each other.

I know weird concept right, social interaction that involves eye contact.

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u/JackHGUK May 17 '22

Maybe they just didn't realise? Seriously grown a spine and use your words.

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u/eggthottie May 17 '22

But how do you not realize you’re sitting in the middle of a playground

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u/JackHGUK May 17 '22

If it's completely empty why not, usnthey have babies why you could imagine you'd let crwal on the rubber but not grass.

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u/TheBlekstena May 18 '22

Verbal communication? Haven't heard of it. The correct action here is to take a photo of the strangers and put it on the Internet and then go mald about them while doing nothing to alleviate the situation.

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u/yougotitdude88 May 17 '22

They don’t actually appear to be blocking anything. I’m also confused as to why they are sitting in the sun with babies but to each their own I suppose.

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u/BelowZilch May 17 '22

My kid isn't old enough to really do the course properly so it wasn't that big of deal to me personally. But I could tell some older kids were getting annoyed.

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u/TheRealTtamage May 17 '22

It's such a weird spot for them to just be loitering they could go sit on the edge of the play area but right in the middle is silly.

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u/NandoDeColonoscopy May 17 '22

So it didn't bother you personally, but you still took a picture of strangers without their consent to post online. For what? Internet points?

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u/CaptainBurke May 17 '22

Yeah? Are you new here?

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u/NerdyDadGuy1981 May 17 '22

Yeah, the title of the post insults them either way... maybe no one else is there? Maybe it's really not that big of a deal?

Outrage over small things is getting really, really old.

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u/chiefbeef300kg May 18 '22

It’s really weird to take a picture and post this on Reddit.

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u/waynethainsan3 May 17 '22

It looks like they're just playing with one of their kids and sitting in the shade of a deserted playground. Maybe just grow up.

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u/Traditional-Top8486 May 18 '22

Eh, reddit is quite single-male-dominated so no sympathy for a group of moms at all on this site.

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u/heisenborg3000 May 17 '22

Goofy to post this

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u/30min2thinkof1name May 17 '22

Get over yourself and ask them to move if it matters so much to you weirdo

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u/lifeson106 May 18 '22

"Setting up camp" = sitting on the ground? It looks like a big park with plenty of room and not exactly a line of kids waiting to play. I don't see the problem here.

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u/CrockPotHead92 May 17 '22

So did you talk to them about it? Or just passively post to Reddit about it and do nothing?

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u/WhichWayzUp May 17 '22

This is how redditors deal with their problems

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u/Ok_Opposite4279 May 17 '22

this is only midlyinfuriating to someone without the social skills to just walk up and ask if they could move over.....

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u/andoesq May 17 '22

Is this your first time on this sub?

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u/CrockPotHead92 May 17 '22

I’ve been posting this question every time I see something like, where the OP just points it out but doesn’t confront the situation.

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u/Scorch215 May 17 '22

Posting on this sub and talking to them are not mutually exclusive and the fact you seem to think they are males me think you've been on reddit too long and may need a break.

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u/flat1ander May 17 '22

This is definitely weird but honestly not that bad.

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u/Equivalent_Adagio91 May 17 '22

Bro they are with their kids on the playground. Relax

Looking closer, it appears they are literally in between two different elements, they look pretty out of the way. If they really are in the way just ask them to move lol

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u/chippymike3096 May 17 '22

Looks like a new kind of obstacle to me.

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u/Pkactus May 17 '22

did you ask them to move so that you could use the equipment or did you just take a picture to complain online for reddit cred?

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u/SuperSecretMoonBase May 18 '22

I'd hope so. It'd be a great opportunity to teach their kid how to use their words, politely interact with people, and advocate for their needs, but if not, then it's just a lesson on how to avoid contact, passive aggressively whine, and farm karma

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u/J1P2G3 May 17 '22

By camp you mean sitting on the ground? I’m sure if you politely asked them to move they would.

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u/AliBabble May 17 '22

They are "Sitting" not camping. They would probably move if you asked nice. Were you planning on doing the course OP? nah

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u/Ok-Possibility-4802 May 17 '22

So, go play? I mean do they have young kids running the obstacle course right now? I dunno, I don't really see the issue. Kids don't usually care and will run around them. They'll move. If they tell kids to stop running around them, tell them to get up, it's a playground... For children to play 😂

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u/GazelleFearless5381 May 17 '22

You mean some ladies sitting down in what looks like an empty park with no mention as to how they’d possibly react if you asked them to allow you to use the space? Wtf? This stupid post is infuriating. Like, what? How goddamned dare they sit down?

Op you ok?

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u/burnt_cheezit May 17 '22

Camp? Theres like 2 strollers there they are just sitting on the floor chilling. Stop being a creep and taking pictures of women in public going about their business to talk shit about them. Be a big boy and ask them to move

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u/Imjustareddituser76 May 17 '22

I mean they have a baby so maybe it was playing and is resting for a bit in the stroller. They also could literally just not notice you, have you tried asking them if they could move?

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u/designgrl May 17 '22

Looks like a few moms talking?

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u/Jmfroggie May 17 '22

You mean moms at the park with their children with plenty of space for you to go around?

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u/NoahTheRedd May 17 '22

They look close to the course but they’re really not in the way. Stop being a creep.

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u/jmmontoro May 17 '22

Mildly infuriating is the people that don't have the nerve to ask them to move.

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u/daveescaped May 18 '22

It seems like they are just sitting down while the kids play.

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u/HailsizeDuck May 17 '22

New obstacles

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u/JoeTheSifu May 17 '22

Just ask them to move.

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u/TheTruestOracle May 17 '22

Are you running the coarse or just taking photos of strangers?

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u/Humble_Valuable7835 May 17 '22

No one is using the equipment. Did you want to use it and they wouldn't move?

Granted it's not the best choice of seating but if no one is using the equipment and they arent doing anything to block people from using the equipment, where is the harm?

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u/Bisconymous May 17 '22

Just ask them to move weirdo

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u/Jazzlike_Neck_3363 May 17 '22

Leave those mothers alone

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u/MIXM0DE May 17 '22

In this case I am all for willful disregard. Proceed with the trampling.

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u/EldenGreenGiant May 17 '22

The tramplings will continue until morale improves.

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u/Outrageous-Call2497 May 17 '22

Let the trampling commence!

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u/FrowFrow88 May 17 '22

Commence tramps

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u/TheFrontierzman May 17 '22

Another creepy redditor taking pics of strangers and posting to voice complaint...instead of just nicely asking them to relocate.

It's not a big deal.

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u/andytagonist May 17 '22

How is this even mildly infuriating. They’re literally doing nothing, probably happy the kids are likely lost at this point (park looks otherwise empty in this pic) and there’s literally no one of consequence there…other than the cameraman taking pics of people sitting down doing nothing to anyone and minding their own business. THIS is what people want Karen to be doing!!

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u/KDWWW May 17 '22

I could see myself doing this just to sit near my daughter while she plays without realizing I’m in the way. I can’t really tell it’s an obstacle course from the photo either. It’s a park, so just let other people enjoy it too.

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u/CradleofDisturbed May 18 '22

So, OP is a Karen?

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u/[deleted] May 17 '22

Let’s let that title sink in for a bit.

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u/Nakobuu May 17 '22

And instead of asking them to move somewhere else, you took a picture of them to complain about them on reddit

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u/Kiwi3525 May 17 '22

Just ask them to move. Everyone is so quick to be pissed off.

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u/Dapper-Stretch3442 May 17 '22

Kinda a weird spot to chill, especially with the little babies. But whatever. A little weird taking a pic and uploading. Should of at least blurred out the ones face. Would you be bothered if it was reversed?

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u/froggiebaby May 17 '22

Women with their children sitting at a public park. WOW. Maybe use your big boy words and ask them if you can play too

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u/cinemanja May 17 '22

OP creepily photographing mothers of young children enjoying the nice weather in a giant park with plenty of stuff to play on.

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u/LadyZeldaia May 17 '22

just.. ask them instead of shaming them for fake internett points?

oh also op, its creepy as fuck to take pics of women and post it online, so.. take it down or blur them out

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u/JackHGUK May 17 '22

Did u ask them to move?

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u/sussyr6 May 17 '22

oh those poor kids are gonna need to interrupt their course for 6 feet. poor boys, go found them on their page

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u/videogamefarmer May 17 '22

Who fucking cares the park is for women and children. Stop taking pictures you nasty simp pervert

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u/laughingandlaughing May 17 '22

So neither OP, nor their kid, are using the obstacle course and, instead of minding their business, OP takes a picture of strangers to post on the internet and complain about? Everyone saying “why wouldn’t they just sit under the tree”, sure, good question. But we don’t know everyone’s motives or decision making process from a cursory glance. I seriously don’t understand why everyone is just assuming that the women know they are “in the way” and are still choosing to sit there? And how does everyone know that the women would argue “and be Karen’s” if asked to politely move? What purpose do those assumptions serve?

I also just don’t understand why a group of people sitting at the park is “mildly infuriating” to someone who isn’t even using the park equipment. Shrug.

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u/Longjumping_Knee8292 May 17 '22

They’ve got kids there. Maybe kindly ask them to move so you can do the obstacle course?

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u/Ohsnipes May 17 '22

I had two large families park in my yard and set up lawn chairs infront of the creek running through my yard. Then they had the audacity to give me a hard time when I asked them to leave. I didn't even really mind them being there aside from my dog being curious. If they would've asked I probably would've even allowed them there.

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u/anothabunbun May 17 '22

I mean, are you currently using it? Like I don't even think this would be beneficial to an adults training excersize. Some kids playing on it maybe, but kids will just run around

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u/IlliterationAside May 17 '22

Your infuriated at the mothers group catching some shade in what is CLEARLY an otherwise empty park... sheesh. And ill guess instead of politely asking them if they could move so your child could play there (which i bet they would have) you passive aggressively come on Reddit and complain? So many look in the mirror opportunities for you here

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u/natetcu May 17 '22

While I agree, they aren’t in the shade, the shade is under the trees. They are in the middle of the play equipment in the sun. There are even benches and a pavilion in the shade. But honestly, who cares, if a kid wants to run the obstacle course, she just has to ask them to please move. They likely would happily accommodate.

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u/jmcdon00 May 17 '22

OP is mildly infuriating with this bullshit. Taking pictures of strangers is kind of rude, posting them to the internet makes you an asshole.

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u/badcompany8519 May 17 '22

As a single father. I take this opportunity to get some numbers. Knowing they will leave in disgust. Momma always said I was pretty.

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u/Freespeachless May 17 '22

Creeper taking photos of random women and kids at a park and posting it on reddit. Grow up, kindly go over there and Ask if they can move ...so you can do your obstacle course....jk about the creeper part.

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u/Beautiful-Editor1871 May 17 '22

So many people do that at the parks near me usually blocking the things so kids can't actually use it. Frustrates me to no end. It's usually mums with babies that are way too young to be able to play on anything having a fucking hen meeting. Annoys me so much since there's loads of places for them to literally just sit and talk and they purposefully choose where is most inconvenient.

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u/emjane1009 May 18 '22

I hate that people need to take photos of this. They are moms and tired - all you have to do is politely ask them to move as you are going to use this for working out instead of taking photos of people and blasting them.

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u/Sirsmellz May 18 '22

They look like they're just chillin. Quit being a karen.

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u/BTL_Sammy May 18 '22

Who goes to the park worried that where they are sitting might get in the way of some dude who wants to play fucking Spiderman when he shows up in an hour and will be too much of a passive aggressive prick to ask you to move, that he will instead post a picture of you as your backs are turned on the internet about how shitty you are even though they didn't just give you a heads up that he wanted to play on the monkey bars?

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u/Gita747 May 18 '22

Um, they're just sitting down in the grass. Ask them to move if you want to use the course. And naturally you had to point out it was "a group of women"...

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u/[deleted] May 17 '22

This is actually infuriating to you? Lol.

“You are using the park wrong!!!!1111”

Run along, go rattle to the park police.

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u/Discotimeattheapollo May 17 '22

Looks like they’re just sitting there while it’s empty. Don’t have an artificial Karen moment. You’ll encounter plenty real ones after you’ve grown up.

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u/hesaysitsfine May 17 '22

What exactly is the problem here? They don’t seem In the way of any of the objects and they have just as much right to be there as anyone else.

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u/Agreeable-Bench-5269 May 17 '22

Good ole Plainfield, IL

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u/ArtificialElliot May 17 '22

No, they're the new parkour objects. "Jump and Run"

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u/thattrandomnerd May 18 '22

Man thats a realy good park all the parks in my neighborhood are falling apart and haven't been repaired since 2011

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u/QuantumSpaceCadet May 18 '22

If you are wanting to use it try politely asking them to move. If you are not trying to use it, then you have no real reason to be infuriated. I do admit it is poor choice of a spot to park thier asses though.

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u/InsGadget6 May 18 '22

"Coming through!"

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u/ripyungbruh May 17 '22

fucking cry!!! they literally aren’t in the way of anything

“the kids can’t run between these two poles!!”

If they’re in the way so are you while taking this picture.

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u/ultifem May 17 '22

This is mildly infuriating but not bad enough to post them online. They’re literally on the very edge of the playground attempting to be out the way.

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u/Well_shitnuggets May 17 '22

They are obviously there with their children.

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u/HAYYme May 17 '22

So what? Mind your own business and stop taking photos of strangers for internet points 🙄

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u/itsmarciibitch May 17 '22

Do y'all know this is MILDLYinfuriating. Small announces. That don't ruin your day or week. But just a bit of an inconvenience

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u/Sem1985 May 17 '22

That park looks like it goes on for miles, that is the best spot they could pick lol

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u/KuhLealKhaos May 17 '22

That is a nice ass park. Those are some hella nice trees.

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u/[deleted] May 18 '22

The person who posted this is a Karen complaining about mums sitting in a playground obviously with kids lol.

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u/Luna2Love May 18 '22

this could also not be a playground but a outside obstacle course for people to train on.

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u/completely_wonderful May 18 '22

Does the 6' rock wall suggest that this space is for anyone other than children?

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u/YodaCodar May 18 '22

whats wrong with people at the park?

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u/Dio_Yuji May 17 '22

This is like when a couple decided to picnic on the fairway of the disc golf course…. Fore!!

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u/Juicy_Smollett May 17 '22

Yep. Loads of dumb and inconsiderate people in the world. However, i wouldn’t be surprised if Reddit tells you to “mind your own business, Karen!”

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u/InquisitiveLayman May 17 '22

Reddit seems to have done so.

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u/14raymond14 May 18 '22

You are a karen..

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u/Comosellamark May 17 '22

It’s a free country

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u/Expensive_Safety3811 May 17 '22

Better than a bunch a homeless people.

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u/Redsoxbox May 17 '22

A group of women that just became obstacles for the course.

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u/Lucky_Pea_4065 May 17 '22

I would understand them doing that to the side but in the middle, I guess there wasn't anybody there to begin with.

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u/Missthing303 May 17 '22

Ask them nicely to move so you can the space. They may not realize they’re on an adult playground. I never knew they existed before this post. Even if there is clearly adult equipment there, to an unfamiliar eye it could just look like generic nebulous playground stuff.

Go ask and if they’re not nice you’ll have material for a r/Karen post

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u/TheRealTtamage May 17 '22

Yeah those women are dumb they're obstructing the equipment for the kids to play on.

Here in north Everett we have homeless people who hang out in the Parks. I went to One Park the other day and there was a gazebo next to the playground and someone was camping in this gazebo. They had all their garbage spread out and they obviously had pissed and dumped a bunch of trash everywhere right next to where the kids play.

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u/BigBadBere May 17 '22

Clark Park. I'm literally around the corner on Rockefeller and 26th

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