The Fair Experience

Last night my wonderful friend Heather and I went to the State Fair. Neither of us had really been to a fair when we weren't on a field trip and weren't allowed to touch anything or do anything fun, so we decided to go check it out. Neither of us knew what to expect, but we had a lot of fun. We saw some interesting people, including some textbook "carnies". We got duped into paying a buck to seeing the "World Smallest Horse" which was actually just a pony. We rode the big yellow slide and had a total blast. We were brave and tried a deep fried PB&J which was actually really, really good. No wonder the line was so long. Then we went and saw the "Shark Encounter" show. It was pretty lame, but at least we got to see real sharks without having to pay a creepy guy covered in piercings with his shirt unbuttoned too low. Overall, we really did have a good time. Next year we'll have to plan on spending more money because everything there is pretty expensive. I brought my camera to take pictures but when I tried to turn it on, it was dead :(. Heather and I have been friends since we were 2 and we have almost no pictures together. Someday, dangit, we'll get some.

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