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I think that children should be the only ones allowed to be commentator's during fireworks shows. Can you imagine how much more fun it would be if there was some child with a with a microphone and amplifier nearby when you watched the show?

"Wow! That was a HUGE one."

"I like those ones that go all sparkly."

"Oh, that was a big boom."

"That was the bestest one I ever saw!"

They can do introspective as well.

"Why do we have fireworks on the fourth of July anyway?"

"What does that song have to do with our countries birthday?"

Even their critiques would be more useful.

"There's too much smoke, its not making this very fun."

"Where's the red, white and blue fireworks? I see a lot of green and red ones but it's not Christmas."

"I hope they don't forget to turn off those big lights."

"Next year they should do more of those high ones."

Yep, definitely need to get rid of the adults and put some kids in the seat for these events.


mandi said…
Hear, hear!

[I like those ones that go all sparkley too :)]

ps. I love your glitter badge. I'm going to have to go check that out.

pps. I have resolved my sign in issues.
Cannwin said…
@mandi Ooh, just wait until tomorrow... that's when I'll show you the one I like the most. :)
Gr8Life said…
Wouldn't that be funny! That is one of reason I like to teach primary because the kids are so funny! & they say things your pretty sure their parents don't want them repeating or sharing at church.
Great Idea
Cannwin said…
@Gr8Life best site ever....

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