2012 and….”Birds do it… bees do it… even the little kids in the park do it…go topless and let’s fall in love.”
Look what I found on New Year’s Day! I could not believe my eyes. It must be a good luck sign for toplessdriver in 2012. I have made a wish.
For years most of the play structures in Abington Park have been made entirely of wood. Sadly and consistently the Town Council have been up against vandals who kept torching the wooden play structures (toplessdriver sighs). There use to be an adorable wooden train (double sigh). To beat these destructive pests, the Town recently removed the wooden structures and replaced them with new structures for the children. To my enjoyment, one of those new structures is a topless jeep. I wish I had been in the Council room to hear their conversation when choosing the new play structures for this park.
Agenda item: Indestructible new play structures
Objective: Choose play structures that will not burn
Discussion: “How about a jeep? Afterall, it is the number one vehicle that holds its value”
Now is this the Town Council endorsing driving topless for children? Is it the validation I have been looking for? What is this saying about driving a topless vehicle? A park, a very beautiful popular park, has installed a topless vehicle play structure for children. A breeding ground for future topless drivers – perfect. Marketing says that children influence the family choice of vehicles. Look out UK, the next generation will be buying topless jeeps.
Actually kids, just get off the darn thing and let me have a go! (I had to fight the children so I could take these photos for you. There was a line-up).