Como mum stuns the community by managing to complete a whole sentence without interruption.
On Thursday morning, Claire Vaughn and her two children met up with Amanda Wright and her three children for a casual playdate at Como Pleasure Grounds, where it is alleged the miracle took place.
Local news reporters flocked to the scene at the shocking news that one mum had made her way through a whole sentence in a single attempt.
“It was just a regular day, like any other,” Claire said “We certainly weren’t expecting anything like this to happen.”
When asked if the assertion was, in fact, true, Claire told The MOTS mail “I can hardly believe it myself, it’s rarer than a child saying “Thank you” without someone else first saying “what do you saaay?”, but it happened!”
Amanda jumped in to support Claire’s claim adding that “There was not a single interruption from any child who needed to use the loo, complain of starvation, find their water bottle or have bark removed from their sandal.”
“We didn’t even need to break-up any arguments. It was quite astonishing.” Amanda said.
While the friends maintain their story is “100% not bullshit”, they’ve warned other mums not to get their hopes up.
“Mothers who meet for playdates with multiple children should not expect a repeat of what happened here today. Thinking that this was anything more than a one-off would be sillier than spending your free time at the dentist.” They laughed.
“Immediately upon completing my sentence, we were both distracted by the kids picking up huge dangerous sticks and had to abandon our conversation altogether,” Amanda said.
When asked what the magical uninterrupted sentence was, neither mother could remember.
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