We’ve all had those moments where we wished that we could go back in time and change something.
Speaking from my highly advanced years from being on the road and behind the wheel, I’ve gathered some advice I’d give to my young and unknowing teenage self in a heartbeat if I could.
“Dear high-school Kristen,” I’d write. “Congratulations on being able to finally park in the senior lot this year! While this is a great convenience now bestowed upon you, don’t for a second think that it’s safer than parking on the street. You’ll be hit twice in this lot. Keep your eyes open.
Also, learn to pump your own gas, goddammit! I know you’re from New Jersey, but asking a random person at a gas station in Pennsylvania is not the way to do it. And don’t be so nervous behind the wheel. Relax and enjoy the ride.
Kristen in 2017”
Now, let’s take a look at what you guys would tell your teenage selves.
Take Shop (Son of the Mustard Tiger)
Way more useful than algebra.
PT Cruiser (toomuchcommuting)
Is that car good for anybody?
Everyone Else (jimmyjet)
Watch everyone. Trust no one.
What’s wrong with purple and pink?
Hindsight’s A Bitch (offyatindy)
Urgh... that Stratos....
Too Narrow (forSCIENCE, but mostly forPROFIT)
Gotta learn that depth perception.
THAT One (DragonBreath)
Find a better one.
Tires, Tires, Tires (peterjford)
Ten Things (Teh Penguin of Doom)
I miss Blockbuster.
Come To A Complete Stop (Umrguy42: Add $5 for shipping and handling)
Just... why wouldn’t you?
No Loans (Rusty Starship)
Just don’t do it.
Buy It (SmugAardvark)
What a Lotus.
Have Fun (IJustWantMyCRXBack)
You just never know.
Job Interview (Stulgs)
...Did you get the job?