My trip to the wax museum

I like the Easter weekend. Not only does it involve more chocolate than I could even eat, it also gives my parents more time to bring me to cool places. On Saturday, my mummy said we could go to the wax museum, here’s what happened.

First of all, I didn’t really know what the Wax Museum was. I asked my brother Ted and he said he thought it was a museum dedicated to wax where we’d see interesting exhibits of ear wax, candle wax and lots of other wax and there might be a demonstration showing bees wax coming out of bees bums. I wasn’t overly excited by that but it sounded better than sitting at home.

Ted was wrong as usual. It’s a really cool place with models of people made from wax (which may or may not have anything to do with bee’s bums). I got to see some really cool stuff. I went to the Irish history section and met my hero, Strongbow. He came to Ireland from Wales (where my dad’s surname is from) and took over Waterford (where my mummy is from) and there was loads of blood and guts involved! I tried to have a chat with him about military strategy but he didn’t seem to want to talk to me. He probably knew I didn’t need his advice.

I went from there on to the Easter Rising exhibit where I decided to help out by manning the guns. I really enjoyed this bit until my mummy dragged me away 🙁 I’m going to ask Santa for one of those guns next Christmas.

From there we went to the kiddies section which was fairly boring (I’m 2 you know, very grown up). I saw Batman, Spongebob Squarepants, Harry Potter ( he wouldn’t teach me any magic, big meany) and even the Simpsons were there. That’s when something really amazing happened. We went around a corner and guess what?? Santa was there! He was asleep though so I couldn’t ask him for my gun, I’ll have to write a letter. It was so cool, myself and Ted spent ages watching him. I tried my mind control skills just in case, I tried to get 5 Christmas days every year. I’ll have to wait a while to see if it worked.

The celebrity section was boring, I didn’t know any of the people there. On the way out I stopped to teach Yoda some wisdom and then mum had to drag me away from a pot of gold I found, not fair at all……










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