GTA teaches 6-year-old to drive?

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  1. freakystyley

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    I was hoping someone would post this. The parents:
    Let him play GTA
    Didn't take their 6 YEAR OLD to wait for the bus.
    Didn't notice when their kid took the car.
    Also, they let him play GTA.

    So, yeah, they may be to blame.
     
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    The parents can be blamed for not educating the kid.
    The kid can be blamed for not listening to the parents.

    Frankly speaking if he had been playing GT, the boy could have made it all the way to school. :D
     
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    Must be a pretty tall 6-year-old.
     
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    Or just have four phonebooks, and access to stilts.
     
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    I believe it. He has access to GTA after all.
     
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    NEWSFLASH!

    Kid killed in horrific accident, after stolen car crashes into a tree.

    Parents, this could have been your child. Do the right thing:

    Keep your child away from stilts. And crusty jugglers.
     
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    So, I'm guessing that the car was an automatic.
     
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    A six year old has the choice between staying home and playing GTA IV, or going to school, and he's so God damned determined to go to school he'll steal his parents' cat, and make himself grow a foot or two to be able to drive it?

    Sure, I'll buy that.
     
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    +1.
     
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    You can fix this by building cars with manual gearing!

    You don't learn to drive by playing GTA or Monster TRuck Jam, regardless if he had had steering wheel and peddles.

    But driving a real car with automatic is way too easy, than any moron can do it!

    Manual shifting, fixes this :)
     
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    But it's hard to hold a beer and a joint at the same time while driving a manual.
     
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    use the hand with the joint the change gears while taking a drink.
    you can't smoke and drink at the same time..
     
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    so apparently we have the big laboski on our forums haha,
    and ive been driving a stick shift since i was 16 so 5 years of practice have enabled me to do it with a beer and cigarette, cant be any harder with a blunt
     
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    Whats the purpose of stealing your parents cat to get to school?
    Throw it in your parents face so theyll make you go to school?
     
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    dammit i was gonna make a joke about that
     
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    I would just like to add that i started driving at age 3, when i took my grandfather's automatic car and drove for about half a block before collisioning with a tree.

    so i would expect a 6 y-o to at least be able to make it to school after playing GTA ( i'm so dissapointed :( ) and maybe park inside the main building :p
     
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    My younger brother started driving when he was about the same age, except he only got to the car in front of us in the parking lot. :p
     
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    Honestly, how does GTA teach you to drive? All I've ever got out of it is smashing cars and running over old people.
     
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  20. bretimus

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    Umm, I don't know about you but driving usually entails not running into things, guys...unless you happen to be driving a stickshift with a beer and blunt combo (or trying to put makeup on and talk on your cell like jackasses around here).
     
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