Was driving back from school to home. Noticed that there are 2 right turns after the school's long stretch? I decided to take the one with shop lots along.
Ok, I guess you all know that sometimes cars parked too out or double park on the road, thus make the road narrow and hard for oncoming cars to go on right? So I give way to the cars which were earlier than me, then only I continue. While closing on to the exit, a Toyota Alphard came blocking 1 1/2 of the road.
The rule says, he should give way to me. Yes, that's what I think. And I thought he'll move to the side and let me go, but no. I stop, he stop. That uncle stared at me, I stared at him. Fine, I give face and let him go.
Blardy hell, that uncle somemore wanna go slow and take his sweet time and stare at me. You know the height of the Toyota Alphard is higher than my 97' Honda City right?
I fucking hate it when people do that. I fucking hate it. I'm sure for those who have a driving license reading this also hates this. I fucking hate these type of people with this fucked up attitude. Uncle, what makes you have the right to give me that damn stare? I give you way, the least you can do is give me the 'thank you' hand gesture. I would really appreciate it.
But no, you decided to give me that face, that arrogant face.
Hello? Who's smart enough to buy such a huge MPV, a Toyota Alphard for Pete's sake and drive on a narrow road. A road which is the size of 1 and a 1/2 lane of a Malaysian highway road.
This is why I hate fat-assed cars like the Alphard. The Camry also another one, the Fairlady also another one, Mercs and Beemers are also to be mentioned here. Urrrghhh what's the use of driving a car with a rear that's the size Jennifer Lopez's ass? You're only making other drivers pissed.
Note to self : Never give way to fat-assed cars, never ever. And if they give me that 'face', all I need to do is wind down the window, and ask them to keep their bloody eyes on the road. I mean it. If I can manage to deal with Mr. Chew, I'm sure I can deal with these arrogant drivers.