Driving is just as annoying, mostly because of LA traffic. Why fork out a monthly payment for a bundle of metal that you’re just going to sit in for hours on end? One of Dante’s levels of hell must include “driving” on Wilshire during rush hour. Stop and go, stop and go—the agony is far too great. And you can’t even use your phone to pass the time.
One might think that Uber or Lyft is a good alternative, but that person would be wrong. Inviting a stranger to your house through your phone? No thanks!
And don’t even suggest taking public transportation! There are far too many strangers and there’s still walking involved. Looking for stops that go exactly where you want to go is so exhausting. Plus, those buses can’t be doing a favor to the ozone layer with all the exhaust.
That’s why you decided to turn to other motorized alternatives. A Segway seemed to be the perfect answer. It made you feel so important; you felt like it was a pedestal on wheels. You passed slow walkers and looked back in disgust, and did not sweat one bit. But then you found out that with great power comes great responsibility. Suddenly, Segways were on the news because one took out Usain Bolt, the fastest man alive! What’s more, you were getting in trouble because apparently they’re not allowed everywhere? You could talk about that incident at Disneyland, but… your lawyers are not present.
So, you parked your baby in your tiny garage and found a new alternative: a motorized bike. You felt so cool driving it, almost like you were driving a real motorcycle. It’s just too bad that your friend didn’t want to be the Kim to your Kanye in your re-stating of the “Bound” music video.
Unfortunately, your love for that bike was short-loved. Your fixie-riding friends from Echo Park got tired of you riding in their suave caravan. Apparently, you were “too loud” and “disturbing the vibe.” They were your homies, so you had to cram your new ride in your tiny garage. You swallowed your pride and will now cycle the hard way all around the Eastside.
The problem now? Well, there’s no way you can fit three rides in your tiny garage. One must go. You can’t get rid of the Segway, because they’re going to come back in style—your psychic said so. Your motorized bike was actually pretty clutch on getting to the local corner shop for snacks and brewskis. So, what can you do?
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