Logan suggested that I make a Logan-esque post about my experience making snow cones for 30 kids...Here we go.
Hot college girl that my aunt and uncle hired almost made me out myself. Holy shit, she was really hot.
I burned some sugar on the cotton candy machine. It turns out it was missing a part and never worked again, even when we got the missing part. Whoops.
Little kids do not. Forgive. When you say there's going to be cotton candy but it doesn't work out.
However, if you offer unlimited snow cones, they'll forget about it for a little while.
The unknown red colored flavoring was a favorite. Something about the red dye?
Hot College Girl knows my sister. She's too old for me, lowering my risk of outing myself anytime soon.
Little kids will back up twenty steps if it means getting their snow cones. Even the ones that can't count.
To little kids, short hair+cargo shorts = guy. I didn't correct them. Not once.
Why do little kids like scaring frogs? Frogs are just sunbathing. No need to scare them. Let them sunbathe for christs sake put down the stick
say douche bag one more time and not only will I not give you anymore snow cones but I'll ban you from the bouncy house you 5th grade piece of shit
Yes, 11th grade is a lot harder than 1st grade
Ran out of the paper cups, so I gave a kid a plastic one that came with the maker with instructions to give it back. No one ever saw it again.
One 3rd grade girl came with an iphone. She got a minimal amount of cotton candy and left the party.
One kid kept looking for drinks in the cooler of ice for the machine.
There was a polite little smartass of a 4 year old who forgot where the front door was. I wanted to babysit him so bad but he lives in a different state.
His sister came back to the machine like 5 times.
I had to tell 5 kids "No, don't touch the machine. This is my job. Yours is to have fun"
I stumbled. My mom laughed and asked "Too much to drink?" I replied, having made snow cones for hyperactive kids for the past three hours, completely deadpan "Not enough to drink"
My 2 year old cousin made me chase him for two hours straight after the party was over. I am never going to be an elementary school teacher.
@drowntown is very helpful in keeping what's left of my sanity.