a) i wouldnt have said that this way, i probably wouldnt have been so extremely pleasant (assholes are assholes when they see an opportunity)
b) if there is another parking spot available nearby i'd just take that one, probably not even seriously consider the tight spot (or not notice the driver)
c) in my experience when facing complete assholes unexpectedly its easy to 'freeze' a bit and just stare at people with an unbelieving look. happened to me while escaping an elevator once, some guy insulted me for no reason when i reached my floor (wasnt in my building), i kind of realized it just after exiting the elevator turned around and asked what he said he did it again, his statement was nonsensical and i just stare at him saying 'really? wtf.' as the elevator door closed. didnt know how to react to such nonsense. So I'm not sure.
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Theory is always superseded by Fact...
... In theory.
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I'm not averse to walking long distances, so parking a couple of blocks away wouldn't bother me. If the spot were that tiny, I wouldn't even consider it. If the cars looked noisy (had lots of stupid bumper stickers) or unpleasant (dirty windows), I'd find other spots to park. In short, there is nothing so urgent that would prompt me to sacrifice convenience and/or esthetics.
If the situation was entirely my own I would not even bother walking up to him.
However if I did that exactly, I'd feel a little hurt (as I turn away my head instantly and move along, perhaps too quickly I'll trip over my step) and move to another parking spot. (maybe as far away from him as possible)
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Basically this, but I would entertain the idea of keying his car depending on how he said it. If he was rushed, then I would sort of let it pass, throwing my hands up in the air and saying "fuck it". If he said it comfortably and actually gave it thought...