We are doomed.

A Massachusetts family yesterday somehow got lost in a novelty corn maze, even through there are signs everywhere telling you how to get out. 

They called 911 begging to have rescue teams come find them, instead of the thing that calls itself the father in charge of the family A) following the signs, B) walking between the stalks or C) just pushing the stalks aside. 

“We came in during the day time and we got completely lost and we have no idea where we are,” the caller told the 911 operator.  “I’m really scared. It’s really dark and we’ve got a 3-week-old baby with us.”

It's a corn field, not Alcatraz.

"Police quickly alerted farm management of the family’s situation, and sent a rescue team, K-9 unit and all, to the farm," ABC News reports.

It took the police just five minutes to find them, 25 feet from the exit, and escort them out.

"(Farm owner Bob) Connor said the family is the first this year to get stuck in the maze, which features maps and signs along the way to help people find their way," ABC News reports.

At least the farm owner isn't an incompetent eunuch.

“We are going to put a mark in the area where the family got lost,” Connor told “GMA.”  “We’re going to say ‘This is the famous point where the family got lost.’”

A man walks into a novelty corn maze, can't follow signs, doesn't even think to walk between the rows or just push the stalks aside and calls 911 in a panic? 

This country is in a severe masculinity crisis.  

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