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Discussion in 'Community Lounge' started by westcoastGT, Aug 12, 2019.
Man pushes birthday-gift BMW into a river
I'm speechless, at 22yo seems like he maybe already spoiled and immature, and life must be easy for him, living on daddy's money, if I was his father, he would be learning an invaluable life lesson without.
Me too mate , I have no time for spoiled people and youth that are "entitled" ...............I work(ed) my ass ass for what I have and didnt get anything other than love and support from my parents !~
Reminds me of this!
That was funny.
"Mental deficiency" is a common excuse, but no excuse for being a f'king idiot....let him catch public transport and learn some values.
Man, it's sooooooooo easy to dismiss terrible behavior as some kind of "mental health issue", particularly in a country where the caste system is so prevalent, and saving face in light of an embarrassing situation for a family name is a huge thing. I could see the parents using that as a cover-up for their kid being an asshat pretty easily.
Having said that, if there's some kind of legit mental health issue going on there, the kid may not be able to process reality in the same way we do, and so to him this was a warranted response.
Could go either way... If he's got mental health issues going on, he needs to hop a tuk tuk, not be driving on his own. If he's just being a spoiled git, well, same thing for different reasons, along with a smackdown from Dad.
These types you need to tide rocks on them and throw them on the river.
Could've been worse....
That should be his replacement car, BMW not looking so bad now eh....
Mental Deficiency or no mental deficiency, either way, son feels he's an over entitled A** so Dad should give the money from the insurance as the car's obviously written off now and take his son with him while he donates the money to the less fortunate. Of which there is a multitude in India.And son can catch public transport or buy a push bike.
That must be quite a behind you got there.
it's not often I dont have a reply ........................but this is one of them ....................bawaaaaaa
Local story (I may have related this one before, but it would have been quite a while back). High school kid got a Ferrari worth c. quarter million for his birthday and totaled it. His dad replaced it with a muscle car of some derivative worth c. $75K, "to teach him a lesson in values".
I'm not sure insurance will pay on wilful destruction.
yep, probably true, and he filmed it ! oh well, son can save his pocket money for a push bike.Dad has learned an invaluable lesson to not overindulge his spoilt son.
Actually, doesn't surprise me in the least.
The world is becoming increasingly arrogant, selfish, subdued with non issues while ignoring what's really important.
............father of the year ! NOT !