Yesterday, we went to watch a movie in a mall. Only five minutes were left to start that movie so we hurriedly parked the car in basement parking and took a lift to third floor where theatres were located. We quickly took tickets and reached there on time.
On reaching home, the kid with us narrated this incidence to his grandfather as, “Today we went to a unique mall whose entrance was not from ground floor rather from third floor.”
Do you think should I tell the kid that it was an ordinary mall or should I let him to be happy with the wrong concept of visiting a UNIQUE mall?