Mad Scientess Jane Expat (nanila) wrote,
Mad Scientess Jane Expat

Day 55/365: Friday's Unscientific Poll: Five-year-old impressions

During our two-dray trip to London, Humuhumu and I witnessed the following, thus making the adventure a little more eye-opening than I'd intended:

  • An air ambulance lifting off from Hammersmith Bridge after a car accident
  • Five smashed-up cars, including a utility van on its side, at the roundabout near Vauxhall Station
  • A homeless man being revived by paramedics after collapsing to the floor in the Starbucks near Vauxhall Station.

So, which of these things do you think she described in vivid detail to her three-year-old sibling as soon as we picked him up from pre-school on our return home?

Poll #2078669 The mind of a five-year-old

She will forever remember the

Air ambulance
Multi-car crash
Tags: anecdote, london, poll

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