Last night, I've finally done something I never did before. Well, it wasn't that wonderful for most people, but at least it's a new experience for me. It's near two years, I'd been out of luck on getting my driving license; a long story which I'll talk about sometime, though I've got a full-pledged license for motorcycle. In fact, for most of my life as an adult now, riding bike is my major means of transportation, both in Sabah and Shah Alam. I love riding bike more than anything else and I've had near death experiences more than my fingers could count. Isn't that a part of the fun? Ha ha ha.
So what happened last night? After finishing my assignment (recording verbal thoughts of a writer in order to analyse their writing strategy), my friend offered me to drive her car to Asia Cafe. Honestly I told her, "I don't have car driving license, so I think I shouldn't". But she insisted. Then I said, "How about the police... Roadblocks?" Still she insisted. Then, what the heck, I went for it. Thus here's the story, I actually drove to Sunway and Subang without a driving license. Kalau kena saman? Hentam sajalah. It was my first time driving in a highway with a car, though I went to KL so many times with my trusty Moskito. Don't laugh please, halt that grinning face, this is my first time driving a car in a highway, so bear my jakun-ness. Oh, in before any speculation, the girl I mentioned above is my group mate for MT Writing, I'm not dating her and I don't have any intention to and I'm not interested in any relationship, except with... Let's just leave it at that.
My first time driving on highway, no doubt it felt a bit awkward, added with the fact that the car's owner is someone I just knew. I thought what the heck, I drove on the fast lane at 130-something kmph, not that fast eh? Hmm... The highest speed I rode my Wave125 back in Sabah was 137kmph, with minimal wind resist and manual aerodynamic pose, which means you lower your head under the handle bar. On a motorcycle, riding at this speed without wearing a helmet will make you cry, not because of you went all emo, dingbat, because of the wind! Anyway, I drove alright until... I met the toll booth.
While I'm in Shah Alam, it's not hard to guess that I've never paid for toll since I'm riding motorcycle. Therefore, last night was my first experience personally dealing with toll booth. I asked her if she's got Touch n Go card, but she said nope. So I went for the cash booth. So here's an illustration for the embarrassing situation:
Can you understand the situation from the picture above? Pardon the ugly illustration, it's done with Windows Paint just now, I'm too lazy to use Photoshop or Photoscape. Now dear readers, I want you to guess what actually happened in the picture and submit your answers to the Comments section. Will you? :D