For all the over 25 crowd. Doesn't this look like the playgrounds we use to play on. Remember the Briggs School metal bars where people would do cherry drops from. And the giant metal slides that were impossibly hot to play on during the summer. Well people I am here to tell you, that this next generation has it made. They will never know the feeling of the back of your legs burning against the hot metal as your scrap down a slide like the one in the picture above. Their little palms will not be calloused from grabbing onto burning metal bars. Instead of a slide, some bars and a few broken swings The Phi will play on playgrounds like this.....
No joke, this thing has 2 levels. like 4 plastic slides. No hot metal, just some static electricity to deal with. It looks like a ride from Magic Mountain. This monstrosity of a playground equipment was complete with new modern teeter-toter's, a bridge, a balancing bar, lots of climbing stuff and on and on. This playground even had a mini rock wall for kids. And you know what else they get?? Soft cushiony stuff on the floor to land on.
Painting the roses red!
We're painting the roses red.
Oh, pardon me.
But Mister Three
Why must you paint them red?
Oh! Well, the fact is, Miss We planted the white roses by mistake
And...The Queen she likes 'em red
If she saw white instead
She'd raise a fuss
And each of us
Would quickly lose his head
Goodness! Since this is the part we dread We're painting the roses red