Oh it may be full of grammatical errors that would send your high school English teachers into hysterics but that's not reason enough to throw it away. And maybe the plot line may move like a 1920's Model T going backwards up the crooked mile, still is it truly worth destroying? And perhaps most of the characters may be as shallow as a puddle, and probably deserve to be drowned in one, but do not throw that draft away!
Instead I want you read every last word, even if it's hard as hell to get past the first few pages, keep reading! Do not stop until you've read the entire thing.
Why? I hear you ask.
Because, that shitty first draft may be the most important one you ever write.
I'm being serious here folks. And no I'm not going to be going on about how every journey in writing starts with a first draft, or something like that. What I am going to tell you is that first drafts, even the lamest ones, have value.