Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Cars

I dislike cars. Yes, I do. And it's not just because they are bad for the environment. They make me dizzy and make me feel sick.

I understand the factors that increase the chances of feeling dizzy (for me), here are some of them:
The sun shinning bright, maybe because it's hot but I know for sure when I get in a car and the sun is up I might get dizzy.

Having just finished a meal, feeling full and being in a moving vehicle makes me feel sick.

A wrong move: Like turning to see something, picking something up that might have fell or something of the kind makes me dizzy as well.

Drinking or eating while the car is moving which is why we stay away from putting things in our mouths while in the car.

Reading, I've learned not to read anything in the car because the minute I start reading my head starts spinning.

The smell of petroleum: It instantly spins my head.

Also while being in the car one thought keeps passing by my mind, that person who is driving is responsible for our lives and so I keep on watching that person if s/he's feeling sleepy or whatever. So when I'm in a car I'm like looking at the window and just thinking, maybe singing which is something I really like to do while in a car. :D
And last but not least cars cause pollution and contribute to global warming so I don't think one day I'd be able to own a car and to learn how to drive but time changes things right?

Anyways I just had to let that out, and I must congratulate my friend Waed for getting a car!! Yippee, her second step towards independence. First thing was turning 18. You owe me a ride!
Drive safely.

2 comments:

Dhrid said...

hey, thanks again for commenting. But i know exactly how you feel! I'm very prone to motion sickness which completely sucks because A) I now live on an Island...a small one at that so to get to anywhere other than groceries or school it's a good 25-30 minute drive :( and B) I usually end up in Toronto on weekends which is almost and hour and a half away. Also, I've driven around a few parking lots before so i can honestly say i wouldn't want to unleash that danger upon the public :). My solution: I'm going to move to a big city with an amazing public transportation system...it's good for the environment, good for my wallet, good for the people who wouldn't have to drive on the same roads as me, and good for both my physical and mental health. :)

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