I live in an apartment complex that has basically a loop road with parking to either side. All residents have one assigned, covered spot. The speed limit inside the complex is 10 mph, and they have fairly significant speed bumps every few hundred feet (significant enough that almost everyone has to go slower than 10 mph over the speed bumps to avoid serious jostling). So if you drive in this complex at a time when there are other cars, probably somebody is going to be slower than you want to at least some of the time, and people will be peeling off regularly to park.
My assigned spot is on the end of the covered structure, so there's a post on one side of it. Because it's to the left as you enter, and the post is on the far side of the spot, there's a sort of specific approach I have to take in order to pull in straight the first time. If I misjudge it, I sometimes have to do a three-point turn to avoid hitting the post. So I typically slow down a bit and move as far to the right of the driving lane as I can before pulling in.
Yesterday, there was another resident who was so incredibly impatient driving behind me that he whipped around on my left right before I started my turn. I had my turn signal on, so it's not like it wasn't clear what I was doing. And seriously...I've been pulling into this exact same spot daily for the past 6 years. He took longer to pull around me (and almost cause an accident) than it would have taken to just wait for me to park. I get that it's annoying to be this.close to getting home and have to wait for people to slowly go over speed bumps and park, but them's the breaks when you live in an apartment complex with a few hundred residents.