>Tfw your car won't start and you stand there with the hood up just looking at it
Might as well just exchange your dick for a pussy right then and there because you're not a man
>ruthlessly mocks 50 year olds for not knowing the proper type of cable needed to charge an iphone
>has no clue how to do something as simple as change the oil in their own car
seriously... fuck you millennials
It just happened to me. I knew it was the starter, it was whirling, looked up starter, Find out it's the "bindex". but I don't know what to do. and it's like 6 degrees outside.
until the happy lead maintenance guy at my job pulls up in his truck and after listening to me turn it over for just a sec was like
"oh yeah it's the bindex here try this" and just turns the key over and over again really fast and it catches. He was a man, and i'm less of a man now.,,
i wish that there was like a forced conscription like in Iran and stuff, at least then we as boys would be taught basic man stuff
lmao says hes 5'10 and can't understand why he would kill himself for being too short. Read the real caption at bottom that says hes 5'7 then understand why he killed himself lulz.
Go to mechanic and tell them the problem. They then tell me they have to charge me $100 just to diagnose the problem not counting parts and labor. Im like I just told you and they refuse to except it, the sophistry is out of control. Took it somewhere else and the part I needed is the part I told them. Is this real life?
I've been on the other side of that. When the customer comes in and says what they need, I don't really trust them because they could be wrong, and then it makes me look bad, so I always start diagnosing the problem from scratch.
I wasn't an auto mechanic, but a technician in a similar field.