Tuesday, March 18, 2008

or childlike adults


evidently this rule is a quotation from the great maker of rules. I also like the non-parallel demands of "Enforce No Climbing" and "No Running" (I guess it's not enforced). Thanks, Apryl.

7 comments:

Joe said...

Is that supposed to be a list of the parents' responsibilities? So, the parents aren't allowed to run, even if children are climbing?

ctail said...

I read "Enforce No Climbing" as meaning "Do not enforce any climbing". That makes it more congruent with the other demands.

Anonymous said...

Well if they can't chew gum or food, what ARE they allowed to chew?

Anonymous said...

I hope they teach the Heimlich Maneuver there!

Jeff said...

Good slogan for a playground. Very succinct AND authoritarian.

Not quite the Bradys said...

Jeff, I have begun to believe that you hate children.

As for me, I try to MAKE my children chew their food. I don't think "no chewing" needs to be a rule since I can't get my bunch to slow down enough to make such a rule necessary.

Anonymous said...

and to think my parents encouraged food-chewing. i must say it is hard to get a hamburger down whole, but rules are rules.