EQUIDISTANT and perpendicular bosses were today forced to shift and alter the laws of geometry after statistics revealed more and more female drivers are still struggling with parallel parking, it has emerged.
Herbert Schalstein from the University of Parallels said: “It is far too expensive to put women drivers through parallel parking tests. We discovered it is far easier to just tweak the laws of geometry. It’ll save us all a lot of time and trouble.”
Meanwhile, at the same university, parallel scientists are working on another new practice that will see men walk upright after spending more than four hours in their local pub. However, parallel scientists say it could take up to eight generations for the scheme to be completely successful.