elitist regime, or so I now think!
of mine is going to turn 21 in a couple of days, so we decided as a surprise
we'd take him to relive the last reminants of his youth
before he became an adult--by going and romping at Chuck E. Cheese's
for a while. We all had fond memories of the place, and so a plan was hatched.
The day came soon enough, and this morning we all boarded the car and prepared for a day of pizza
and much romping
. We arrived at good old Chuck's, and proceeded to make our way inside. We were stopped immediately by one of the attendant
: Ummm...excuse me, fellas, but do you have any kids
: Well...no, not really.
: I'm sorry, but I'm not allowed to let you inside unless you have any children
: This is our good friend Eric's last moment of childhood before his 21st birthday
, and we were planning to relive it at the place we remember with such fondness! You would deny us such pleasures?!
: Yes. But if you find a kid
and come back, I can let you in...
With much scorn
and disappointment in our eyes, we left Chuck E. "Age Discrimination
" Cheese's; much cursing about class action suit
s and discrimination did ensue upon returning to the car.
Our plans foiled, we headed for the next best thing: New York City