I always told myself, maybe one day when you get old,
when you have your own children, you might think like
Dad and Mom. But I never think that way when it comes
to cars and gadgets, the things which I like. I know
if my son or daughter have the same interests as I am,
they will enjoy talking about them with me. And I can
tell them what I did when I was their age, how I make
myself feel satisfy looking back at the things which
I have done. The self-satisfaction factor.
I won't have that kind of discussions with my parents.
Cos they don't have the same interests as I am. They
don't like cars. Why? They think it's a waste of money.
I agree to this. But sometimes people work to eat, work
to play harder. Whatmore, investing something on their
interests? Yes, it's true that the car you drive and the
way you modify it reflects who you are. But that doesn't
mean you're a rascal, that doesn't mean you're someone
bad. Everyone has different tastes and point of view towards
certain things. Everyone has the right to say it's nice
or not. Everyone deserves the right to voice out their
opinions. Just as long as you yourself think it's okay and
you feel okay with it. It really doesn't matter what other
people says or comments, right? It's just like when you
think this shirt looks nice and you decided to buy it.
A friend walked over and say, "Hey, I don't think this
shirt looks nice on you" - So, you get offended and decide
not to wear it ever again? That's bullshit.
I think I look nice on it, and I will.
Sometimes I wonder if I will think like my parents. Maybe I
will, maybe I won't. Savings and studies plan for my children?
Yeah, I will. I guess I won't prohibit my children to get
a black car when they're 18. I mean, if it's a dangerous color
why would government even bother to pass them? These are all
man-made comments. Saying black car is dangerous at night cannot
see, yadda yadda yadda. I think it's cool. Anyway, does that mean
modding a black car to look more extreme reflects the driver
as a bad person? I noticed I've repeated this question the second
time. I just can't get them out of my head, yet.
It doesn't alright, IT DOESN'T. It's just human nature for
people who likes cars to mod them, whatever ways they want to.
How many parents are there who supports their kids to mod cars?
Not many. If so, why bother putting bodykits and rims and bigger
tyres? If you don't even like modding cars, why bother thinking
of ways to make your car looks nice? Might as well just leave it
STOCK? You can't. Humans are made to think. They just won't stop
thinking until something came up and satisfy them. Regardless of
how old they are. We are all humans. The only difference is just
because of our Generation Gap.
I'm done. I will sleep the pain away tonight. Goodnight