Discussion in 'What the F??!?' started by MACHINE1376, Sep 26, 2007.
If I ever catch you I am going to skull fuck your corpse!
This is why I'm glad I grew out of the phase of my life when I actually gave a fuck about the hunk of metal that gets me from point A to point B.
The amount of time, money, worry and effort people waste on their stupid cars in the U.S. is pathetic.
My dumb ass neighbor is always pissing and moaning about how broke he is, his credit card bills, living paycheck to paycheck, etc...
So last week he comes home with a brand new Lexus RX350... loaded, with all the bells and whistles. A broke dick bitch driving a $40,000 car. :icon_roll Of course it's leased... of course. Two days later he comes home ranting and raving out of his mind because somebody dinged his door. He was beside himself, like a fucking three-year-old with a busted Big Wheel.
The three happiest days in the course of owning any car should be... 1. The day you pay it off and own it outright, then... 2. The day it gets dinged for the first time, so then you can relax and stop giving a shit, and... 3. The day you sell it to some other sucker, and then it's his problem.
I have that stupid " DING KING" thing from TV but know what? It fucking works.
good point Kitner, but I have worked my ass off so that I can finally get the vehicle I have always wanted. My truck hasn't made me broke. I park it out of the way in the parking lot and walk further to my destinations. The reason I got it was because it rains in Houston....ALOT and the roads will flood at a moments notice so I make sure I can get home when I need to. I DON'T take up 2 parking spaces like I have seen other dildos do. I know it's people who don't take care of their cars and couldn't give a shit about them who do this. How hard is it to open a fucking car door?
QFT, i will NEVER own a new car again. my ridgeline got keyed like a mofo 3 months after i bought it. im finally getting it fixed 18 months later. it ends up being a larger hassle and more expensive than its worth.
I understand the pride/joy that comes from owning a nice car... I have had the experience, but owning a nice car is about the most frustrating experience on the planet...
1. Keeping it clean is a pain in the ass, and a colossal waste of time.
2. The depreciation on a new car is fucking criminal... when you drive a new car off a dealer's lot, you're basically opening the window of your car and tossing out 2000 bucks... if you're lucky, only $2000.
3. You have to drive/park your car in public... where other human beings are... and human beings are just scum... stupid, careless, evil, thoughtless, disrespectful, clueless scum.
4. Because of human beings being human beings (see above), the cost to insure a nice car is re-godamned-diculous, and, if you're the rare honest human being with a modicum of integrity, it's basically money pissed down the drain, because chances are you'll never file a claim... because if you do, you're fucked.
5. Some other annoying shit.
About ten years ago, I came to the conclusion that the joy of owning a nice car didn't come anywhere near outweighing the annoyance, so now I buy decent, functional cars, and just run them into the ground. For me... it works. I'm a happier and wealthier man for it.
Given my track record (too many vehicle accidents, majority not my fault) I'd never buy a new car, except if I can buy it outright. Most auto loans are quite pricey when you break them down. Truly a suckers game, IMO.
Buying new makes sense if you plan on keeping it longer then five years.
I just wanted to thank you for your impeccable grammar... 'whomever'.... right on brother!
That was class.
You've gotta love wackbag. Where else can you find grammatically correct skull fucking threats?