OK, first of all was there not anyone with the key to open the damn thing? And second of all, kudos to the mom for waiting until they got to the car before she tore that little butt up! Can you just imagine the conversation in that car on the way home? Or the next day..."Mama, you are just not going to believe what little Susie did!" I was born one month before my mom turned 19 and then 15 months later she had twin boys -- all of this by the age of 20. When we went out in public (probably to Woolco at Jefferson City), before we got out of the car we were told that we had better behave or she would kill us and tell God we died. What would happen to a mom today who said that? lol!
Queen - I know what you mean. We were 4 kids, too and we never even thought about acting up.
OMG! They should have unplugged the machine first thing. Who knows what exposed wires were in there?As a kid I would never do that, it could be dangerous, it wasn't ours, plus my parents would have killed me, and any of my brothers who "let" it happen. There were 4 of us born while my mom was age 25 to 30.My parents didn't leave us unattended in public so I wouldn't have had time to get inside anyway. In public we were free to look but not touch and that was definitely touching.Watching that kind of freaked me out, now whenever I see one of those machines, I will have to check for kids inside.
Oh my gosh!!!
Susan - "...check for kids inside." HAHAHAHAHA!!! Very true.Just... - I know!
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