I remember field trips when I was younger. They were usually to a place that was educational, and sometimes that location would be on the boring side. Either way, I wasn’t in class, so it was always a welcome break.

Kids do pretty much the same things now as they did centuries ago when I was in school, such as a group of eighth-graders in Pennsylvania. They recently went on a trip to the National Aquarium. It wasn’t just one classroom, however, it was a group of around 100.

Naturally that can lead to complications when it comes to finding a place to eat. Feeding 100 people takes time and would completely fill up the dining rooms of some restaurants. In response to this, those in charge apparently made a decision to split the kids up and take them to more than one restaurant.

The Bloomsburg Press Enterprise reports Tuesday that one group of 15 to 20 students ended up at Hooters.

Now don’t get me wrong, Hooters has some fantastic food and even I like looking at the waitresses. For these kids, however, it must have been AWESOME. I mean, how many kids get to say they went to Hooters for lunch on their field trip? You know they were in seventh heaven….

Check out more about the Hooters field trip here.