On Parking

Uncrate recently posted about Parking Tickets, an ingenious* little way for those of us who are passive-aggressive to inform people of their need to practice their parking skills a bit more.

* Why does adding “in” in front of “genius” require an “o” be inserted in the middle? For that matter, why does adding “in” in front of “genius” make “genius” an adjective, not negate it?

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