Was recently (near as makes no difference) given a 2000 Toyota sienna. I only took it because it was a charitable "donation" from my parents to their son (me) who has fallen on hard times, and otherwise drives a less than perfect, but not bad, 1986 blazer. I'm not the type of asshole who will turn down a freakin CAR, weather i want it or not.
Now my problem is, as a single car guy, i don't care how many cup holders it's got. I don't care how many it seats, or any other of that technical BS. Don't care about MPG that much, even the fact that it's got decent acceleration is all overshadowed by the fact that it's a minivan.
So now, i'm forced to get rid of a blazer that has some problems, but most importantly of all I LIKE. So that i can afford a minivan, that is perfect in almost every sense of the word, but is still a minivan.
How do i over come this?? I don't want to sell the van, and look like a total douche in the eyes of my family, who were just trying to do the right thing (the same reason why i took it in the first place). I already feel as though i don't deserve such an amazing family for the simple fact that i don't like the van in the first place.