Punk Walrus's "Field Trips for Peace" Program

When was the last time you took a field trip? High School? Sixth Grade? Kindergarten? Sheesh! It has been a long time! And I bet it wasn't that fun, was it? First, you had to get your parents to fill out a permission slip, and then if you didn't forget to do that, the teacher would drag you and other rowdy kids (including mean Chris Duplexis who would stick wet things in your ear) to some god-forsaken place that no one would go to even at gunpoint, and be forced to listen to incredibly boring lecturers who had about as much inflection in their voice as a dying kazoo. And if you went to someplace (heaven help you!) that was even the remotest bit interesting, they would make you fill out a ditto sheet that one could only find answers to in some dusty, forgotten exhibit (like the cultural impact of the tree sloth on the Ubangee Tribe), and suck the fun out of your trip faster than a depressing girlfriend reading gothic poetry at a high-school prom.

Well, now you can do what you always wanted to do back then! No, not sniff mimeograph ink until the walls melted away, and no, not burn down the Historical Re-enactment of a real Millstone Factory Worker's Day Museum. You can go on a field trip and have fun! Really, you can! Honestly! Yeah, you are an adult now, and you can go to a museum at anytime you want to, but have you ever done it with a group of people who are like you (the field trips, I mean, you sick pervert!)? Well now you can, with our new program, "Punk Walrus Field Trips For Peace."

Trips we have gone on so far:

Okay, the Mars deal was a publicity stunt, but who knows where we'll go to next? Stay tuned and find out!
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