Soo.. let's see... When I got out of the Army and moved back home I got a used BMW. It had some engine issues so it was in the shop for a long time. And I dropped a lot in it to fix it. I never had it put under my name (the title/registration) because I wasn't driving it (although I should have, which I regret not doing sooner). So recently I came out to my grandmas, and my car (back home) got out of the shop. Now I have the bill of sale and pink slip signed over to me, and I plan on going home soon and getting it signed over. Well... my step dad is one evil, EVIL (like literally, psycho from a movie) evil red neck hick. Well suddenly, he has this hair up his ass to "find the title". My mom keeps calling me asking where the title is, saying that it's better I tell them where it is so they can put it under their name so no "bad stuff" happens with an unregistered car sitting around. Ok well, before I left here I was STONED 24/7, but I remember thinking before I left "I should probably hide this title, incase". The problem is, I don't remember where I hid it, lmao. But that's fine for now, as long as HE doesnt find it and forge a fake bill of sale and go to the DMV to get it under HIS name. Because if he does that, he will for SURE say it's his and black male me for it, saying that it's under his name now. But if he DOES manage to find the title, and he does forge my signature and I get home, who would I tell that to? The police? Because this sick sadistic mother fucker is SLY, like really good at fucking people over, and now all of the sudden he wants to sign MY CAR under his name because technically it's not signed under mine right now. Oh man I'm fucking pissed, I'm fuming, like ready to destroy him in every possible way I can if his ass finds my title. I will call the police when I get home and have his ass arrested for theft. UGHHHHHHHHHHH. And my mom, she's his BITCH, so she won't say anything to her precious redneck fat loser ass broke husband. Sorry for all the anger GC. Man it's like, I have one problem after another, doesn't it?