A practice common in Chicago or Boston winters, in which one puts his/her kitchen chairs, potted plants, or any other object to reserve a parallel parking spot which he or she has cleared of snow.
While looking for parking in the snow storm I saw an open spot, but then I noticed someone was dibsing it with their lawn chairs.
by MisterTissue February 16, 2007

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