When I got home from work today I caught my son reading a magazine that I never thought I'd see in my house. I walked into his bedroom to say hello and there he was on the bed reading Import Tuner. Where did I go wrong ?
He needs counseling! Now take him to Dr. Goodwrench and have him lay down on the front seat, err.. couch. He needs to see the light and the error of his ways! Just think though, at least it wasn't a Ford magazine.
I agree with the statement that it`s not all bad news. He is in fact still interested in cars. Let him keep his interest there and also introduce him to the joys of a classic car by taking him to some shows with a lot of classic cars. Maybe that will peek his interest.
Check his dna lol but don't feel two bad I got four sons and they think I'm crazy for fooling around with all this old stuff. But lookout got a grandson that thinks pops old cars are the best, he can't get enough
nothing wrong with looking at a tuner magazine... NOW if he was watching gay porn or doing drugs, then I would be worried...
At least he's interested in cars! Just give him a little guidance & don't discourage his likes as my dad did to me. Needless to say it just pushed me further into the Import world. Either way it's good experience for the long run. Cause now I can work on a 4 cyl & a small block fairly easy.
Hey at least he likes cars. He could be into other things that you would not approve of. Hey to be old and wise you first must be young and stupid. I say if he his not out and getting into trouble then it is OK. He is just a young gearhead.
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