3/28/11

Dominoes?

I saw this in the parking lot today:



And all I could think of was this video.

No, it didn't happen. It was really windy today, but they were all hanging on to that rope, unfortunately.

I keep wondering what the hell they were doing touring the parking lot. At one point they all squatted down in unison, like some sort of duck and cover drill, only without the cover part. Maybe they're teaching drive-by shooting preparedness earlier these days, who knows.

12 comments:

  1. When my girlies went trick or treating from their preschool to the Town Hall across the street, everyone held the ribbon. I thought they looked like a chain gang.

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  2. Ha. gotta teach those little criminals young.

    It's a hard knock life for some.

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  3. Strap em all to a kite and you've got a great kite flying adventure, just stay away from the ocean cause if they break loose from the kite some shark is gonna have a FIELD DAY of his own.

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  4. It's like Kiddie flypaper...

    No really, Safety First.
    but it would have been awesome if they caught a little air, no?

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  5. BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

    I mean, what I meant to say was... that is the saddest thing I've ever seen! About the ducks, that is. If the children blew away, no big loss.

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  6. Those duckies represent my best laid plans for my own kids. Think I've got'em all in a row and somebody fires a gun...

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  7. I was going to comment, but Heather Cherry trumped anything I could have said.

    What's up with the gangsta ducks, though?

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  8. Hey, whatever works! :P

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  9. It's a shame that in these economic times, you have to tether together a bunch of children and look for spare change under cars in parking lots.

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  10. Maybe it was a field trip for the Carjacking Kindergarten?

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  11. Too funny. Thanks!
    Peace <3
    Jay

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  12. Maybe it's the lazy-assed version of a nature hike? When there was was no budget for field trips, one of my kids' teachers would take the class on a 'nature walk' which just meant they went out (teathered of course)and looked for dead bugs or bird poop. Ok until they started bringing home souvenirs.

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