The answer

We park on the driveway because we are lazy asses who can't be bothered to pull into the garage. The driveway is not a destination. It is a path. When we park on the driveway, it is no longer a driveway. It is a parking spot.

We drive on parkways because they are streets that run through an open space, aka a park.

That is all.


RW said...

And thoroughfares are totally inefficient.

Little Bill said...

So then why do they call them apartments if they're all stuck together?

-j. said...

Why do we send shipments by car and cargo by ship?

xopjesse said...

Should anyone ever question me about your awesomeness (which, I'll admit, seems rather unlikely) I'm pointing them over here.