Originally Posted by StartingLine
I personally got a problem with stuff like this. For one, i had to work for my first car. It was a 79 chevy P/U (with sidepipes
) and that was in 1990. Second, These kids at 16 that drive around in $25,000 and up cars that their parents buy for them have no appreciation of what it's like to work for something. IMO
I agree with you, My dad made me work 70 hours a week from the beginning of summer till the end of summer and 30 hours a week till the end of the construction season pouring concrete with his constuction company to work off the 5.0 mustang he bought me and I was greatful for the car. Then you have this kid at my high school whose parents bought him a BMW that he didn't have to pay a cent for and he had the nerve to complain that his parents made him pay for his own gas. This kid should have been happy that his parents bought him a car let alone a newer BMW.