STRANGE HOMO SAPIEN BEHAVIOR
Trapped in Disney World by Disneyophile Mrs. Cranky, I look for ways to pass the day and preserve some sanity. Sometimes, I gaze upon all the other Disney World patrons and imagine David Attenborough describing their behavior:
In most areas of the world, human behavior is rather similar, there is however a remote area in Central Florida where their behavior deviates from the rest of the world. Many of the males of the species don unusual beanie type hats with large round ears. It is thought that this might be part of a mating ritual as the female of the species wears a similar hat except it often includes a pink ribbon.
Many of these migratory humans bring younger children with them. The purpose of this is not known. It is assumed to be some sort of a punishment as all these children seem tired and cranky. They cry and demand toys and trinkets, but no matter how many things they are given they seem to be living a tortured existence.
This remote area is also assumed to have some religious significance. There are religious symbols all across the land. The number one idol is a four fingered giant rodent with ears much like the mating hats. Part of the religion involves standing in lines. There are lines everywhere that lead most often into tunnels with more religious figures. Waiting and trying to make children stop crying takes up the majority of the day for the large rat worshipers.
It is assumed that all humans eventually must make a trek to this land to pay homage to the large four fingered rodent. Apparently they must go at least twice, first as children and later with their own children. The real reason behind this migration is unknown and will probably remain one of the great unknown mysteries of this most unusual creature.
And so as we discover more and more about this strange…
“Joe! Joe! Hurry, we have just five minutes to get to the Pirates of the Caribbean ride before we lose our fast pass!”
“Ok, ok I’m coming.”
I wonder what David would have to say about chasing the fast pass?