Humble beginnings will stick for future
My family does not just own cars, it loves them, cherishes them, christens them with names.
When my parents buy a new car, we warmly welcome it into our family, as though it were just another (adopted -- my parents never buy new) sibling. Of course, that doesn't happen too often. After all, the sentiment seems to be, why exchange your car for something newer, just because it is old, leaks and has a few parts that rattle, when you wouldn't do the same to your dog?
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