Props; what do handicapped (err, what is the politically correct terminology…? physically challenged?) people, and people with children on any queues have in common? They are all handicapped…err, physically challenged. Yup. In fact, I vote that from now, people with young children be called ‘people with temporary disability.’ Why not? They get preferential treatment. Every time they call on people with young children to board a plane first, I have a fierce longing to acquire a child of my own to help me. One would argue that a first class ticket would cost less. But what of other queues like in banks, gas stations? No, children it is. They are more versatile.
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