>no plans because no friends and no gf
>drive to McDonalds Drivethru at 1am, buy four double cheeseburgers and one medium fried, and a strawberry milkshake
>drive to local supermarket car park, park and continue to eat junk food and watch YouTube, while shitposting on 4chan
This is my routine now. I love it. Is there anything more robot than this?
I love driving at night and eating in quiet spots at night.
First thing I did the night I got my p's.
Like going to national parks and going on spooky walks since my areas too dangerous to walk around
Man, robots who can't drive are missing out.
Attacking a lonely mountain road in your souped-up shitbox is one of the greatest things you can possibly do without friends.
Also, if you do meet other people on those mountain roads, they're likely to be exactly the same kind of autist as you, most of my friends came from my nights in the mountains with my car.
Also, there's nothing like watching Chad get pissed off in his Corvette/Porsche as you leave him in the dust and his blonde girlfriend in the passenger seat starts laughing at him for not being able to keep up with an import economy car.
Being able to drive means you're a Mormon because you're able to be outside long enough to learn to drive and have the self confidence needed to pass a driving test.
If you can drive you are not a robot.
I do exactly this. Holy fuck. Only I live in Vegas, but we have those kind of McDonalds in Henderson, which is where I pass through.
listening to music, contemplating death and consuming food in my car while watching the world in motion. relaxing.
Haha I assume "mormon" was autocorrect's fault?
But there's not much involved in a driving test, it's literally just following directions and not fucking up, and a lot of us have become more and more robot as we've grown up. I was OK taking my test when I was 16, dunno how I'd be now.
I'm not the reclusive kind of robot though, I'm the "go outside once in a while and do something really embarrassing and don't leave the house for a week except to buy food because of it" kind of robot.
>But there's not much involved in a driving test, it's literally just following directions and not fucking up
That's true in USA, but in Yurop getting a driving license is both very expensive (you have to take multiple lessons with a professional instructor, and pay a lot for a test) and has much higher standards than American tests. I know because my cousin took driving tests in both Yurop and USA and he was amazed at how much easier and less bureaucratic it is in the US.
>tfw failed 9 driving tests
>tfw no independence
Do you guys get a permit period where you're allowed to drive if your parents are in the car?
We have that in the US, and I basically drove any time I went anywhere with my parents for a whole year. By the time I took my test I was basically a normal driver.
Also, here in California we have to take professional lessons as well, and it's not particularly cheap here either unless you go somewhere super shitty.
It's true, even as an American, I was shocked at how easy the driving test was when I took it in driver's ed. I filled it 3 times before I passed it, only because I know the cones they had lined up in the parking space at the end. Instructor even told me that you can miss as many as 30 points and still pass. And there is this federal sheet that they pass out, it's the checklist of what you pass and don't pass, and they had us cross out at least 80% of the different categories so they really only tested us on the bare minimum. Really explains why people around here drive like they're brain dead.
I'm pretty sure that was my local Maccas before I moved. Any chance you took the pic, OP?
I'm American but spent 5 months in Australia. Being alone late at night in Australia is such an incredibly comfy feel. Also I think I might do that tonight Op, except I'm supposed to be hit by a blizzard on the east coast of the US. What are some comfy things I should stock up on?