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    So...my weekend AND the next weekend are going to be completely wasted, because I'm spending what is essentially MY WEEKEND IN ANOTHER BLOODY CLASS. :wilson_cry:

    So I'm in Driver's Ed, and I'm basically having it beat into me that if I don't have my eyes glued to the road at ALL TIMES, am aware of EVERYTHING AROUND ME, AND I'M NOT PUNCHING IN PEOPLE'S WINDSHIELDS I'M GOING TO END UP KILLED OR KILLING EVERYONE.

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    I was afraid of driving before. I can probably count the amount of times I've driven on my hands, because I don't get out much.

    This isn't helping my fear of driving. AT ALL.

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    Oh but melen! Think of how independent you will be with your license!!

    ...I don't leave the house. There are many services that I can use so that I don't have to leave the house. I only have friend which I rarely see, and I don't even have my own car so I'm still dependent on my parents. So why will I need this again? Just in case? 

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    Long story short, I drew this whilst having my fear of driving reaffirmed and then made worse:

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    2. TurtleKitty

      TurtleKitty

      uwo manatee
      lmfao 
      You're killing me Melen

      I refuse to take Driver's ED. You are a brave soul. 

    3. watermelen671

      watermelen671

      It is honestly worse than school. How the heck do you achieve that!!

      When I get home from school, I'm exhausted, but still functional.

      With Driver's Ed, it's 6 hours of barely any stimulation, and when I get home I feel empty, hollow and unable to remember what just happened.

    4. TurtleKitty

      TurtleKitty

      *slow head pats*