"Dibs," the winter practice of saving a parking spot you shoveled out with chairs or other household items, is often called the Chicago Way. But if you want to see Chicagoans go bonkers, just ask them what they think of dibs. Opponents say the streets belong to everyone: you don't own a spot because you shoveled it out. But pro-dibs peeps say they did all the work to clear the spot, so it's theirs now—and if you park in it, you're asking for a broken window. Are you pro- or anti-dibs? 🌨🚗
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