Rule #1 ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS change to neutral gear and pull handbrake while waiting at traffic light! (rule emphasized to autocars because we tend to take driving lightly when it comes to driving an autocar!)
Rule #2 Trust the foot LESS when it comes to pressing the brake, foot may "rebel" and refuse to press longer thus letting go of the hold without your knowing. cis cis cis. (mode memarahi diri)
scold yourself! Tell yourself it's ok. C'est la vie! (self-motivation) but LEARN from mistakes!
Here's what happened. Last Tuesday, I bumped into somebody's car from behind while on my way to work. Well, it was just another normal Tuesday morning. I didn't expect a stirring situation would come up waiting for me ahead until.. toink.. toink.. (yup, it's what u think it is- the thudding sound of my mum's Myvi knocking against a kancil's butt!) double impact doe. 2 kali tu. efek melantun. Tolongla. 7.55am, it was truly a wake-up call for me.
So while I'm at it, just so as to not make this story sounds so pathetic, I'll start using lots of nice adjective kay?
Ehem. Yea. So that nice.... morning, I got nice... cursings from the nice... lady and I was nicely.... calming her down telling her not too worry much. I told her to send her nice Kancil which was nicely slammed by my mum's car to a nice workshop and told her to send the nice bill to me. We exchanged our nice phone numbers and TRULY enough, the bill sent was NICE tooo!
But guess what, after the incident, the lady and I were talking like we've known each other for years. Haha. I've always construed that in every clouds, there's always a silver lining.
So... moral of the story, i love u, nice!