I don't know where David lives but I can tell you, where I live, kids get dirty.
Many kids where I live, work on the farm. They help plant and harvest. Even the schools
often let the kids that help on the farms, out a bit early to help harvest. The seats are
often empty for a few days of the year in high school of where the boys sit because they
are cutting tobacco. It usually takes the entire family and neighbors to work the farm at
planting and at harvest. In Kentucky it is usually tobacco and in other Southern states,
various crops and animal farms.
If you think for one minute David, that farming isn't hard, dirty work, then your elevator isn't
going to the top.
Play time is might dirty for kids around here too. There's football, baseball, and even track,
not to mention other school sports.
Where I live, we have all kinds of outdoor activities for kids. There is lots of stuff such as
3-4 wheeling, junk car racing, mud racing, etc.
There is also horse back riding, fishing, and lots and lots of various water sports and activities,
not just fishing.
Often, kids around here will work at small jobs such as leading horses, cleaning stalls, working
in bait shops, etc.
David, your eyes are half shut. Not all kids sit at home playing video games 24/7 and not all kids
sit at home posting videos on youtube to make a buck.