i’ll be leaving now
that was just a practice. I wanted to make sure that when I did that you all got to the side and climbed out. because it was a practice, you can all get back in, in a minute! but if it wasn’t a practice, I would be telling you that we need to go out that side door there, there, yes, that one, and straight out onto the grass. now, I know you’ll be all wet and it might be a bit cold for you, but we only need to go out there if it’s an e m e r g e n c y, ok? and I’ll tell you if it is, but right now, it isn’t, so very quietly, q u i e t l y, you can go back to whichever end you were and, use the steps, get back in.
what if someone has been sick? does we do that like she said if someone has just been sick, like, eeeeugh. well, no, that’s not really an emergency like she means, I mean, yes, you have to get out, but it’s not an e m e r g e n c y like she means. that’s just unpleasant, but you still have to promise me that you’ll get out quickly if someone does do that, ok? and then they have to take it all out and that’s why they shut it for, like, an hour or something? no, all day, they have to shut it all day to get it out. don’t they just gather it up and put it in the bin? no, no, they have to empty everything out, drain it, clean it all, fill it up again and clean all that and that takes all day. where do they put it? in the bin? no, no, they drain it, it goes down the drain. like taking the plug out. oh. do they have to do that now? no, that was just a practice. and being sick isn’t an emergency. I don’t think.
am I going to sunflower club now? yes