The Zoo Trip

“Maybe we’re the ones in cages,” the man wearing socks and sandals muttered as he walked by a group of strangers.

“People are the most dangerous animals here,” he said as he passed another group.

His cargo shorts swayed with each step and his humorous graphic tee-shirt went largely unappreciated.

“He’s pointing at random areas again,” a teenager said into her hands as her mother patted her back.

“He thinks he’s being funny,” the mother explained.  She grimaced and waved at her husband.

“He’ll tire himself out soon,” she explained.  Zoo trips were more fun when the kids were younger.

 

 

I plan on doing this on every school field trip.  Every. Single. One.
Thanks for reading!

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