Driving is not fun. It’s a serious matter.
As much as you want to roll up, looking smooth…
You just can’t because driving is way too stressful.
Your nervous sweating kicks in.
You don’t even realize how tight your grip is on the steering wheel.
You frequently talk to yourself, either to calm down or to commentate on everyone else’s driving.
“OH IT’S OK, YOU DON’T NEED TO USE A BLINKER. I’M A MIND READER.”
You avoid highways whenever possible, but know they are a necessary evil.
Your nightmare driving situation involves big, scary, trucks that look like they want to eat you and your car whole.
You can’t stand the people who speed just for the sake of speeding.
Would you mind not tailgating me? I’m not in the left lane for a reason.
Driving at night complicates everything.
Even with your prescription night driving glasses.
You constantly fear that you won’t be able to get over in time for your exit.
You can’t fathom life without a GPS.
Nothing stresses you out more than driving in an unfamiliar area.
“EVERYONE QUIET DOWN. I NEED TO FOCUS.”
Except maybe driving in bad weather.
You’ve thought about your escape plan in case you manage to drive off a bridge and into a lake.
How about that time you were all confident and flipped someone the bird after they cut you off.
But then they were like:
So you were like:
Me thinks I’ll take the spot in the land of far far away.
Anytime you hear a siren your stomach drops.
THIS IS IT. I’M GETTING PULLED OVER.