Stupid on two wheels.

October 30, 2009

Motorcycles, in my book, are OK. I’m not crazy about getting one. It’s just funny how some people think they become “cool” or “edgy” by driving by fastly through an empty street. Whoa! I’m so impressed. You can see these Evil Kenievil wannabes in all their helmeted glory whizzing by you having a false sense of confidence. They like to think that they are better than you. You’re pedestrian scum to them! I swear there are times that I just want to get a hold of a branch and throw it in between some spokes or just clothesline the fuckers out of their bikes. What (or who) gives them authority to do these things? Yes fine, you’re badass when you do it on a freakin’ zigzag road leading up to–I dont know–Valhalla? But if you’re gonna do it on some lazy suburban street, that’s just funny. Some put speakers on their motorcycles and have playlists that appears to be networked with those terrible “patok” jeep mp3 players. Everybody (well, almost) can now afford a motorbike, it’s only a thousand bucks for the downpayment.You’re not special. Douche.

It’s not rare to see a whole family on a bike nowadays. Why would they do that? It’s against the law…and all common sense (it’s funny because it’s stupid…hehe). “Dahan-dahan lang naman patakbo ko” or “maingat naman ako eh” are not enough assurance (or insurance) on safety. There was this one time I came home from school and this bike with a family of three came out of nowhere went down on the pavement and pucha sila ang mali at talagang galit pa yung mom. The dad’s not moving, mom is hysterical and the poor kid just sat there absorbing the shock. The biggest idiot is the dad obviously, next is the mom who did not stop the airhead dad for making the whole family ride on the bike. The kid was lucky both parents had recessive “smart” genes which she can take advantage of that is, if she gets to live.

Helmets are worn in the head, not on the elbow.