SRS can't drive

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  1. Coheed and Cambria

    Coheed and Cambria OT Supporter

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    im 17 ..have a gf..but i dont drive yet. im a little bitch for not driving so i only get to see her on weekends....when i go out with friends..and my best friend usually drives around. our first kiss wasnt even alone..i wish we could spend more time together...any advice? parents are cool with driving but thats just creepy.
     
  2. kingofthewinos

    kingofthewinos WTFSeason

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    uh, get off your butt and learn to drive?
     
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    If you think driving is creepy...well uh, try to overcome your fear slowly and get behind the wheel with your parents or soemone else teaching you.... Better yet, sign up for Drivers ed this fall at your highschool. They dont offer it? Check with your local DOT Office. You cant have everyone give you rides for the rest of your life, and if you expect that, learn your local bus routes. You can always call a cab too ??

    Driving is not creepy.

    Sachin.
     
  4. Jobe

    Jobe keke ^_^

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    I think he meant that fooling around with his girlfriend with his parents driving the car was creepy.

    Seriously though, what's the problem? Every single teenager learns to drive... just get behind the wheel and have your parents give you pointers (often involves yelling...lol). Then, get a job and buy a cheap car.
     
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    Oooohh ohhhhh......OOOOOOOwww.w... that is creepy..., yeah, Job, Money, CAR!
     
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    Not everyone can drive.....but it definitely helps in the long run
     
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    How old is your girlfriend? You could make her drive. :dunno:
     
  8. Coheed and Cambria

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    hah 16 but she's just as slow in getting her license as me...i already took driver's ed...and failed the permit test i think im gunan take it this saturday....wish me luck
     
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    wow...I was looking at this thread i had ..which is from 11 months ago....since then I had gotten my license...thank God.
     
  10. ballerman230

    ballerman230 just a pale blue dot

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    I'm in a similar situation now...except the problem is that my parents think I'm too immature to start driving, so they won't even let me do drivers ed. :/
     
  11. Toasty

    Toasty Naked people have little or no influence on societ

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    Driving is overrated. If I could be chauffeured everywhere I would
     
  12. johan

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    Ya but for most people, chauffeurs are not an option. So if you want the freedom that comes with personal mobility ... learn to drive.
    It's just that simple. It's not hard.

    If your parents think you're too immature to drive...well that's a problem, but not a long-term problem. You could for instance, take steps to change your behaviour and become more responsible, more mature and more reasonable. But hey whatever. Only a few more years and then you're out the door and society deems you an adult whether you are or not. It just would be nice to get a head start on that process.
     
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    well, this advice isnt so needed anymore, but, if you cant drive and want privacy, go for a moonlit walk
     

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