Youth indeed makes us what we will become in the future. I just drop by at a childhood friend's house and his room was adorned with different toy cars ranging from the smallest size to the biggest and from local to international. Mind you, all of them are original.
It's so obvious that my best pal who was fascinated with toy cars before is still hooked up with it now. I was so sure of my conclusion until he brought up being tired of his collection and started blabbing about his new interest. Also curious of what my new friend's interest is? My jaw dropped when he mentioned V8 Supercars.
He said that he has a new interest and it's that V8 Supercars. Whew! What is the difference between those toy cars in his room and that V8 Supercars? The name maybe but his toy cars and the V8 Supercars he mentioned are still four-wheeled toys Autel Diaglink. That is the idea that was in my mind the whole time he was talking about the V8 Supercars. In short, I didn't pay attention to a single word he enthusiastically said about his new addiction and it took half an hour for him to realize that I'm no longer interested.
What I appreciated about my friend is that he didn't feel upset when I was no longer paying attention. He just looked at his watch and invited me to watch the television. Whew! I'm spared from further talks of cars. When the television was turned on I realized that there's nothing to be thankful about. Flashed on the big screen is V8 Supercars. So the new interest of my friend is not a new brand of a toy car. My friend smiled at me before he focused again on the screen to watch the start of the show. The stylish cars participating in the race took away my boredom. The meticulous preparation that each racer did on their cars made my attention focused on the screen. Then, here comes the signal for the start of the race. The whole time we were watching me and my friend were alternately standing to cheer for our favorite car not caring whether the neighborhood would hear us.
Wait! Our favorite car? Am I mistaken? A smile appeared on my lips maxisys elite. Even though I try to deny it a million times, I have no longer animosity towards cars. Maybe I really don't have any bad feelings for cars. Maybe the reason why I don't pay much attention to it is that it is not my interest. And that was before because right now I'm enjoying the cars racing on the television. Thanks to V8 Supercars I got to appreciate why my friend loves cars. After the show, I was expecting my friend to tease me because I got carried away watching the race with him but he invited instead to come and watch the next race. Well, the toy cars are part of the past now. My friend is now living the reality of his addiction with V8 Supercars.
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