Rant Post.

I wish he considered or even bothered for a second to think about Hai as not his older brother who's supposed to be there for him, blah blah blah but maybe for once think of Hai as a person who has his own life to live.
Yes, it might all go smoothly but if it doesn't, does he except Hai to bail him out, yet again? You think he'll learn from experience past to stand on his own feet.
And he couldn't even argue a need for it... if he did, Hai would definately have agreed to his wishes but the conversation just proved it, a materialistic desire to fulfil his personal wants.
It's so f***ing selfish and he gets Hai into such a foul mood.