My family and I went out for a walk with the dog (~3k) and then on the way back we stop at the park so my kids can run around and climb and my wife and I can get in some sprinting with the dog. Anyhow, after my dog was good and tired, I went on the play structure with my kids. We started playing tag with the rule that you can't touch the ground. A little girl was at the park with her small planet mom. The little girl saw what we were doing and asked her mom to play the same with her. The planet said it was too tired and was glaring at me for making it look bad and how dare I be a more involved parent than it.
Around this time, my daughter was "it" and was looking to tag either me or my son. A good escape for us was to use the overhead glider It looks like this for anyone who has not seen one, but not enough time to use it separately before my daughter would get to us. I picked up my son in one arm and used the glider with the other arm. I could hear air gushing into the vacuous void as the planets mouth hit the ground as if I had done something no human should be able to do (I really hate how fats project themselves onto everybody, they can't do something so nobody else should be able to either) The poor little girl was asking for the beast to move and play with her. The planet told the poor kid "Come on, we're going home".
TD;DR I made a fat leave the park because it saw me playing with my kids and not sitting on my ass like it was.
BONUS: My wife texted me as I was typing this up to say that the binary system at her work overheard my wife telling someone who cares about fitness what we did with the kids last night, and how many steps it was on the pedometer. The butter huffer shoved itself into the conversation like it was trying to cut in line at a buffet and asked how many hours it took us. Fatty fatty fat fat turned visibly red when told we were out of the house for only about 35-40 mins, most of which was playing at the park. Again, fucking lard asses thinking that because it takes them an hour to put on their socks, that's how long it takes all of us to do it.