This method of intercourse is considered not having sex by some young adults members of the LDS church, and therefore is viewed as a loophole in the "not sex before marriage" dogma of the Mormon faith. This notion can be argued as being either extremely naive or very clever, depending on your point of view.
LDS Youth 2: Great! We ended up parking at the end of the night!
LDS Youth 1: Wait. Isn't that sex?
LDS Youth 2: It isn't sex unless you move around and stuff, so we're still pure in the eyes of the Lord.
Non-LDS Youth: (after overhearing the conversation) Parking IS sex; you're justifying it to fit your beliefs.
LDS Youth 1&2: Be gone, non-believer!
Bob: "You know George, you really are the Parking."
Parking facilities include indoor and outdoor private property belonging to a house, the side of the road, a parking lot or car park, and indoor and outdoor multi-level structures.
In the U.S., after the first public parking garage was opened in Boston, May 24, 1898, livery stables in urban centers began to be converted into garages. In cities of the Eastern US, many former livery stables, with lifts for carriages, continue to operate as garages today.
The following terms exemplify regional variations in language. All except ''carport'' refer to outdoor multi-level parking facilities. In some regional dialects, some of these phrases refer also to indoor or single-level facilities.
*''Parking ramp'' (used in some parts of the upper Midwest, especially Minneapolis, but sometimes seen as far east as Toledo, Ohio). In Minneapolis, this term ''never'' refers to an indoor facility; that would be called a ''parking garage''.
*''Multi-storey car park'' (England)
*''Parkade'' (Canada, South Africa)
*''Parking structure'' (W...