Originally Posted by e92_m3
Mr Singh and IND is right.
Just because someone has a lot of cars and lives in a different country, it does not mean that we need to know what he does for a living.
Bottom line: Ask about his cars, not his private life.
I am now in my late 20's and I just hate it because sometimes when I go to car meets, a lot of the younger guys and even some of the older guys ask me what I do for a living just because I am driving an M3. To be honest, I was intrigue and flattered when people ask me what I do for a living at first coz I was really proud of myself that I was able to get an M3 before my 30's. After a while, it's not that flattering anymore when you keep on getting questions on what you do for a living. We are there to talk about cars, not what we do for a living.
totally agree with you on this one!!!
It is no one's business what you do for a living. Just embrace the cars!!! I'm 21 years old myself work for BMW and own a M3. Also I get a lot of customers confused on how I own this 72k car and only the age of 21. (bought it when i was 20). I work hard for my car and don't make THAT much money. If you want something bad enough in life if you work hard enough for it you will acheive thing's you thought you couldn't. My uncle in 2003 bought a brand new E46 M3 I fell in love AT SIGHT. I always told myself I would drive a M3 (E46) when I was old enough to drive. Never did I think I would own a Brand New E90 2010 M3. People if someone's comfortable to talk about there jobs or what they do for a living they will tell you without asking! I HATE HOW IM JUDGED DUE TO MY YOUNG AGE driving a M.