Why are they like this? We've given them everything.
You can't do that to the nursery, you can't!
George and Lydia Hadley have two kids, Wendy and Peter. They live in a house that includes advanced technology.
During dinner one night, George and Lydia have realized how spoiled and disrespectful their kids are.
Because of what they realized, they decided to turn off the nursery. When they tell the kids about their plan, they through a fit.
Because of all the kids yelling and screaming, George and Lydia allowed the children to go back in the nursery to say goodbye. Little did they know, the kids had something planned. As the kids were in the nursery, the parents heard the kids yelling "Mom!! Dad!!" So, they came down to see no children were in sight. The children lock them in the nursery. Eventually they knock the door down and continue packing.
To conclude the story, the children's plan to keep the nursery alive was to have the lions eat the parents. Which is what they did.
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