i'm 14/15 this year but i'm really afraid that my parents won't allow me to play the real thingAnswer: Sure!! What makes you even doubt it?
What's your budget? You can get ok drumsets for low money and those will be more than enough to get started and have fun.
Drop that play/virtual crap stuff, get real, play the real thing. Don't waste your time.
How old are you?
Umm i always practice with myself while i watched drum lesson videos, practicing with hitting cardboxes.And actually what i really wanted was to go to drum lessons and see if i'm ok then buy a cheap drum set.Ok, I guess the playing level related to drums might be a problem. There are ways to keep the level down though, muffling the drums/cymbals. And as a starter a practice pad and a kick pad or maybe some practice kit like the DW Go Anywhere practice kit will be enough to get into it.
Nowadays is a great time to start learning the drums. It has definitely never been easier, and even never been cheaper (considering the quality you're getting for a certain amount of money)! You have countless superb tutorials available - books, CDs, DVDs, online lessons... amazing.
Taking lessons will be a way to show your parents if your interest is serious or just impulsive. Most parents don't want to invest $300+ in something that will be collecting dust in the garage in two months, or just a novelty for your friends to beat on when hanging out at your house. Show them you are willing to put effort into it by trying some lessons and when they see you are making some progress then they will likely see it is not something you are going to get bored with in a month, and be willing to get you set up.i'm 14/15 this year but i'm really afraid that my parents won't allow me to play the real thing