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MFing Discovery Place

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My two boys, they love Discovery Place so much. That is awesome.

However, if Discovery Place were a human, I would punch it in the face and curb stomp the life out of it.

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What if it were a beautiful woman?

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I wish Discovery Place would bring back the Arcade exhibit. That is heaven on earth as far as I'm concerened. Pay one price and play all the video games you can handle? Child please....

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If it was 60 little kids running around and butting in line and screaming then I would kick its ass... wait nvm

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Went to discovery place kids in Huntersville today, try that on a holiday weekend and get back to me.

At one point today while we were there, they hit their fire code max occupancy.

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Took my stepdaughter to the Discovery Place Kids in H'ville a couple of weeks ago and she loved it. Try a Saturday morning instead of a weekday on summer break maybe.

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Made it home alive.

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I got into an eye rolling debate as my Mother in Law's evangelecial husband started chuckling at the stages of embryo development.

He looked at the stage where we have gills and said that does not happen bc we are not fish so this is an anti-god movement from scientists...to push for evolution.

Funny to deny something observable and measurable then attempt to give a misguided lesson to us as we all were awkwardly silent after that.

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it is a perfect MILF hangout

It is why I have mo issue running to Whole Foods!

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