Now it would seem that this fellow would come to the realization that shoveling was mandatory for him, but due to his alcohol consumption, simple common sense was failing him. Not only was that notion missing it's mark, but obviously he had another notion that some other character in this story, someone who relied on his own two feet for transportation should share. What a silly boy. I know.
This other character, a sharp minded, attractive man we'll call Brian was a good hearted guy who was generous to a fault but for the facts that he immensely disliked winter and all its accessories; cold, snow, and Christmas being examples. Christmas was an entirely different source of misery, but? That's a story for another time.
Bony had a bad day yesterday. He had mistakenly thought Brian was absolutely responsible for some of the task at hand, overlooking the aforementioned independence Brian regularly displayed in his daily activities. Though Brian may be relied upon to borrow gas money and was a regular passenger in the vehicle, it was only during shopping for the home and errands that had other than Brians interest at stake, such as food shopping, doctors appointments, abd court appearances.
Brian remained warm and dry that day while Tony, oops! Bony didn't. He shoveled alone because it was his car and even the threat that Brian would no longer be offered rides couldn't have its desired effect since Brian never relied upon anyone's car for rides. Brian felt no guilt at all. The end.
Any similarities with living people is coincidental in nature. This is a work of fiction.