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Street Art Reading 'Douche Parking' Appears on Curbs Throughout Los Angeles

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Los Angeles, like any other city, has a high concentration of douchebags. We also have a high concentration of cars, which means that we have to park those cars all the time. That means that we have douches parking cars, or, douche parking.

Well, someone has latched onto this fact and created street art out of it. No doubt many of you have seen it too -- the words "douche parking" stenciled onto sidewalks throughout the city.

The words appear in white on a red background. They've been captured by various other shutterbugs in West Hollywood and other unspecified locations. The picture above was taken at the corner of Stanley Avenue and Melrose Avenue near West Hollywood.

We've been trolling the internet trying to figure out more about these brilliant renderings, but the artist behind them remains a mystery for now.