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:iconnadairead:nadairead posted a status
Yyyep. It's official now. I STRONGLY DISLIKE life changes!

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cartoonygothica Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016
[I agree with you to some extent.]
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PsyCrow16 Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I completely agree...
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pirran-p Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016  Student Digital Artist
I agree with this *sigh* 
I hate what my life is becoming lately... 
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KashimusPrime Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Change is uncomfortable to me as well. 
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nadairead Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sometimes it's better the things stay the same.
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KashimusPrime Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yea. But like age, things have to change. That's why I try to adjust to new things. Despite uncomfortable feeling. 
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Pouasson-de-oro Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I get what you mean but unfortunately, life is made of changes only. You have to accept them if you want to keep moving :/
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nadairead Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I don't want...
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SporaticMaggotry Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Tell me about it. Routine is usually everything to me. One thing goes wrong and it could send me into an episode :L
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nadairead Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
My mom's partner just bought a car for ME out of the blue!
I can't handle it! He literally forced me in his descision of owning a car without asking me first.
It's like he throws me into icecold water and then he's like: have fun handling it!
I have anxieties and THIS absolutely does NOT help!
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SporaticMaggotry Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh....oh no.

I'm having the same issue with this whole car thing. Parents are urging me to get a license so that I could start driving. What they don't realize is that  I have tendencies to get wrapped up in my own world, therefor impairing my ability to pay attention. Not to mention that it's not the way I'd like to expire. I hear all sorts of stories about folks having terrible near-death experiences if they get into an accident and such. If I happened to perish, then that's all on them since I kept warning them to avoid putting me in the situation of driving. 

I'd pretty much just stick to a freaking scooter or bicycle. Much, much safer if you ask me as long as you wear protective equipment. Also, less likely chance of the thing actually breaking down or malfunctioning in the middle of a highway :/
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nadairead Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
That's no problem for me. I can focus. I can drive.
The bigger problem is owning a car is big responsibility and pretty expensive, too.
Especially for someone who hasn't a proper job and enough money for that.
I can pay for a scooter and it's gasoline. But when it comes to repairs, we have a problem...
A car is even worse! And after my scooter accident in October I haven't driving since then. Only once to get my half-broken scooter back home.
Accidents are really no laughing matter... I've experienced a shock after mine. I could push off my scooter from my leg, stand up and pick it back up but then I got terribly dizzy.
A second longer and I probably got unconscious.

True that. Though I've had an accident with my bicycle once and broke my coccyx. :/
It actually wasn't even my fault. I wanted to cross the road and another bicycler just rammed me in the flank. I fell off and on the stoney floor.
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SporaticMaggotry Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Oh. The expenses. Another thing I forgot to mention earlier. The only way that I'll agree to even own a vehicle in the first place is if I could get a brand that I want: for instance, a car made in the 60's or 70's....or even earlier than that. It's not because those particular brands don't happen to have seat belts, but the fact that I'm fairly more intrigued by their setup and design unlike the repetitive blueprints of the vehicles of today. 

And I'm very sorry to hear that. I remember when you posted that one picture of your civet self (I think) sitting down and tending to your wounds. The only good side I could see of getting into an accident is that if you have insurance, you'll end up paying a lot less in contrast to having none at all. 

But yeah. If it only costed $20 to actually repair a car, I would see no problem owning one then. I  feel that it's so expensive because of the fact that folks are all crazy about getting 'filthy rich' of off profits (in my opinion). Back in the 20's, you could buy an apple for only 5 cents. Inflation is partially to blame, though. 

And god damn that fool. People like that need to get off the streets. Maybe then and only then would I feel better about the whole concept of driving. 
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