Wednesday, April 1, 2009

McDonalds

What kid doesn't love McDonalds. And what parent does?
We had a bad experience a couple weeks ago at the lovely golden arches. My kids did a good job of eating all of their food so I let them go play. A minute later Rhett came back with a disgusted look on his face, he said the slide was wet and it stinks in there.
Sure enough, some kids had peed on the slide. YUCK!!! We left right after that. The poor kid was so disgusted. We stripped his shorts of the second we got in the van and then it was strait to the tub when we got home. Sometimes I question my good judgement when I take my kids to McDonalds.....

10 comments:

Nancy Campbell Allen said...

We all question our good judgment when it comes to that place. But the few minutes of peace it usually brings...that's golden. ;-)

Machen family said...

Yeah that's really bad!

the warrens said...

eww.

Kelley said...

that is SO GROSS!! I take my kids to McDonalds all the time just to play. I have gone in there a few times to help Ky and it is pretty nasty- No pee or poo yet, but now I will defiantly think about waiting for warm weather to just take them to an outdoors park. :)

Jewels said...

He will never look at McDonald's the same. Poor kid.

Chase and Lacie said...

Oh my gosh that poor kid! But the sad thing is that doesn't shock me that it happened at McDonalds.

dani said...

no amount of scrubbing can make anyone feel better after that.

Naytron said...

Oh crap... i didn't know you'd visit the Same McDonalds i just left...

Oops.

I couldn't hold it, i was just having so much fun in that darn playground.

Megan and Ben said...

as always, I just loves Brother Nate's commentary (that is what I am gonna call him). Poor Rhett. I would have loved to see his face.

mmm.chocolate said...

Ummm . . . a few years ago, Paula and I took a big group of kids to a McDonald's and after the kids entered the playland we found out that some kid had literally exploded his diaper and "it" was everywhere throughout the playland. One of the most disgusting things ever! Even more disturbing was the slow response on the workers' part to do anything about it. But, then again, who would want to clean such a thing up for minimum wage?

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