Are we there yet?
Are we where?
There! Are we there?!
I don’t know what you mean.
I’m asking, are we there?
Well, I suppose.
Then, why are we still driving? I want out.
OK, but then what?
You said we’re there, so that’s what.
We’re no longer there.
We’re here, not there. There is back…there. Now we’re here. Oops, no, sorry, now we’re here instead of there. The other ‘there,’ which is also back there. With the other ‘there.’ Oh, and now, here’s a new ‘here!’ Aren’t road trips fun?
No, not really.
Aw, c’mon. This is fun! Why would you want to be there when there is so much here to see?
Why? Because I want to sleep. In a bed. I want to eat a meal. At a table. With utensils. I want to walk, not be transported in a vehicle. I want to stop moving. Stay put. I don’t want to be here. Here is not there. I want to be there. So, I’m asking: Are we there yet?
(I swear, kids these days)
You say something?
Forget about it.
Seriously, did you just say something?
Hey! Forget about it, OK?! Leave me alone!
Alright! Jeez!… All I was asking, was if … if we have yet arrived at our destination.
And all I’m saying is, it’s about the journey, not the destination.
OK, but does this journey include ever getting there? I’m hungry and I’m tired. And, I have to pee.
This week’s OLWG prompts are: Are we there yet?; These kids today; Scram. And, guess what? I wrote it AND edited within the 25 minute rule!