I was amused yesterday when I went to the grocery store to pick up a few things. I found a spot in the area I usually like to park, and as I pulled alongside the grey car I was going to park beside, my mind quickly registered that that car was parked a bit crooked. No biggie, as I figured I knew where the lines were and would park aligned with them.
At first glance it looks as if I managed to park straighter. (see photo above)
However, I soon realized that the habit of reversing into a spot has me always looking to my sides and gauging the distance from any car at my side. Even though I had made that mental note about the crookedness of the grey car, it seems that the habit of aligning myself with the neighbouring car was MUCH stronger than my sense of fitting into the rectangular lines. Haha!
In the second photo you can see how crooked I was with the view to the line on my passenger side. 😊