"In the parental scholastic chauffeuring system, the people are represented by two separate, but equally important groups: the parent, who operates the vehicle; and the children who confuse them. These are their stories. "
Well, one of them, anyway.
In the car, on the way to school a few mornings ago:
ME: "Wow, Zach - look at how full the river is!"
ZACH: "Hmm? All I can see is running water... "
ZACH: "What? I thought you said that the railroad was full. All I can see is the water."
"what railroad? And what does that even mean?"
ZACH: "I don't know, you said it. What are we talking about?"
ME: "I have no idea."
ZACH: "omg the river is almost flooding!"
The characters in this story are real. Any resemblance to ourselves is purely intentional.
Also, Zach said it was ok. :)