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Thursday, August 25, 2011

The Weirdest Thing I've Ever Seen at the County Fair

If you've been around here for a while then you know how much of a fan I am of county fairs.  I adore them and look forward to "fair season" with a certain zeal that most people reserve for more conventional things like a night out on the town or a dinner and movie date with their husbands.  Me, there's nothing I'd rather do than take in the sights and lights of a fair while enjoying some lemonade that benefits the eighth grade of the local elementary school. Plus, you never ever know what you are going to see. 

This is a perfect example...  When I saw this plush sheep that resembled a stool I have no idea what the heck it was.  After reading the instructions I began to laugh hysterically.  Maybe it was the puns using the word "Ewe".  Maybe it was the fact that I am pregnant and overly appreciate the situation.  Either way this little lamb is the weirdest thing I have ever seen.  




Poor thing.  I totally sympathize with her....well, sort of.   Haahaha.

10 comments:

AmyBean said...

HAHAHAHA that is so weird! And kind of gross! And kind of awesome! :)

Erin @ Brownie Bites said...

What in the.. that is both hilarious and disturbing!

Misty Dawn said...

Been there and done that... many times. Except, the sheep I had to assist, were living and they don't cooperate by just standing there and holding still.

Tarah said...

ahahahahaha *dies*

Beth said...

Oh my. That is.... well, that is quite the object lesson. Too funny!

A New England Life said...

What the heck? That's just weird alright!

~A said...

EW!

And at the same time, wow. What a cool educational tool about how baby lambs are born.

And then, EW!

Candy said...

That is hilarious!

Janet said...

Stopping by from a link on BlogHer. That is just wrong in so many ways! But then, I am not a fan of fairs in general!

Anonymous said...

Many years ago I had a stuffed cow with a baby inside that we got somewhere around Killington/Woodstock at a little store. I had that thing for years and my son would play with the baby. Sadly, it was made of some very thin fabric and momma cow ripped and had to be "put down" (lol). I still have the baby cow around here somewhere. The store had bunches of stuff like that. Even baby peas zipped up in a pod. Cute.
Sorry about the anonymous, can't remember google stuff.
Barb

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