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Old 02-10-2013, 09:12 AM   #36
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Kids are spoiled as hell these days. Don't take offense to this some of you, BUT, i hate rich kids whose parents buy them brand new cars, and they think they're hot stuff. Back in high school there was a kid whose parents bought him a brand new Subaru STI, He was a giant loser. Then his parents bought him an STI. Overnight he instantly became a Loser whose friends used him for rides. AMAZING what money can buy. The things parked in that student lot amaze me. I've seen a 70's chevelle, clean as can be. New camaro SS's. 2010+ mustangs. Hell, theres even a new edge V6 with a full on fart can. Ahhh, god 3 years out of highschool and i've become a grumpy old man. I'm 21 and i get outshined by a kid that that just obtained his learners permit. Makes me depressed.
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There's a boy on my class that drives daddys vette to school. Needless to say he is scared of the stang. So I park it right by him every time lol
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I explain that to my friends. I hate getting called spoiled I work my *** off to afford my stang and insurance and I'm a senior. the real difference is how well the kid who's just given keys takes care of his car vs the one who works for it
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I explain that to my friends. I hate getting called spoiled I work my *** off to afford my stang and insurance and I'm a senior. the real difference is how well the kid who's just given keys takes care of his car vs the one who works for it
Yup, usually if you buy it yourself you respect the hell out of it.
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Old 02-10-2013, 11:55 PM   #40
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The way I look at it, if the parents are well off enough to afford it, good for flippin them!

It's the kid that loses out on the valuable lesson of earning something and truly cherishing it.

I'm not saying the kids that are given one aren't deserving of it, obviously their parents think they are deserving of a new car and good for them for being able to afford it.

But that valuable life lesson is lost......
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There is a kid who drives a 70s charger and a v6 Grand National there are 3 6er mustangs 2 stock 1 modded like crazy my friend has 2 automatic firebirds and another has a 97 or 98 cobra and a lot of rice burners that rev everyday. Oh and a teacher with a 2010 v6 then there is me with the only GT in the school
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Ok, the kid with the GN gets a free pass over everyone else. lol

I'd give the Charger some respect, but after '69 they got a huge snout and went downhill.
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Ok, the kid with the GN gets a free pass over everyone else. lol

I'd give the Charger some respect, but after '69 they got a huge snout and went downhill.
It's the same kid! The Charger is bad *** though Imma look for a pic but pretty sure it's 70 or 71
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It's the same kid! The Charger is bad *** though Imma look for a pic but pretty sure it's 70 or 71
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Yup, usually if you buy it yourself you respect the hell out of it.
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I forgot About her dads Ferrari! Iv never seen her drive it to school... Only to prom.

Yes that's her.

And that's her cayenne. Not an S. my bad.

It's been customized by gulf coast customs.
That is 1 high maintenance piece of equipment.......so is the car
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Only competition at my school is some ***** with 04 automatic mustang v6 and we race all the time #undefeated
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That is 1 high maintenance piece of equipment.......so is the car
Actually the girl is really cool! Her and I have been friends for over 10 years now.

And she's really sweet and always has good intentions. And is always fun to be around!

But you can tell she's grown up around money. She just doesn't care what anything cost, and that's not her fault, it's her parents for not inflicting the value of the dollar on her. Her dad owns a big chuck of google. Or used to anyways.

She is a break dancer and a model.

But that made me luagh!!:] hahaha just know she's actually a pretty cool person!
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I figured shes cool.....just felt the need 2 induce smiles tell her my comment, she will probably laugh
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