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Monday, September 3, 2012

brilliant!


if you've ever had kids, then you know the perils of venturing into a ChuckEcheese or similar establishment. A business created specifically for small humans, who upon entering dart about like the ship is about to go down.   Apparently walking is strictly prohibited.  A place where there is no such thing as 'in-door' voices.  It is all high pitched at all times.  Screams, Tears, and Fits of Laughter. Games dinging with a steady onslaught of bells and sirens. Finished with cheap pizza and too much soda. All so your child can spend 10 times the cost for a piece of 'junk'.  A toy they never had any interest in, but can now not leave without.

But the sophisticated folks in Natick, MA have taken a different approach to this hair-pulling rite of passage by teaming ChuckEcheese with Feng-Shui. 
Peace and Tranquility. 
 At ChuckEcheese no less.  

Brilliant!

9 comments:

  1. Muy chula la foto. Un beso desde Murcia.

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  2. Love your take on this photo. Ahh the days of Chuckie Cheese. yea, don't miss those hahah

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  3. Yep....I remember those days of Chuckie Cheese...and I don't miss them either. Ah...Natick, MA...home of my first auto accident as a teenager ;)

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  4. Ha! I sure would like to see Chuckie Cheese designed with Feng Shui principles. How WOULD they place those noisy games?????

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  5. Your description of Chuckie Cheese was so right-on...gave me a Monday morning giggle!!

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  6. Made me laugh. I have a funny Chuckie Cheese story that happened while we were living in Chile. Maybe I will blog about it one of these days. I only took the kids once. That was one too many times for me. But no doubt I would like it better if they Feng Shui(ed) the place.

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  7. Oh I remember how loud those places were. While my boys were growing up the closest one was 2+ hours away so we didn't visit often.

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  8. LMAO...so funny...almost oxymoron-ish!!! I'm soooo glad my CEC days are over! I think the smell of their pizza has permanent residence in my nostrils!

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