The Greatest Show on Earth

I’m going someplace with wild animals and scantily clad women and freaky clowns tonight. And it’s not my office…

I’m excited, because I’ve never been there.

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9 Responses to The Greatest Show on Earth

  1. kat says:

    the circus? yehaw! have fun. and i am breathing just really really fast…lol

  2. Scott says:

    I like the circus; Kim is less-than-enthusiastic, partially because of clowns, partially due to animal cruelty.

    Everyone should see RBB&B once in their lives, though.

  3. DianeG says:

    for a minute, I thought you were coming to my house, I have alot of those things…lol
    have fun! 🙂

  4. Solonor says:

    Ya know, if people don’t see the other side of the conversation, that sounds really bad, kat. 😛

  5. Brian Peace says:

    I used to go a lot as a kid. I need to take my kids soon. You should like it. It’s pretty nifty from what I recall.

    Don’t sit behind the elephants. It is…bad.

  6. gnome-girl says:

    your bedroom??? 😉

  7. Dania says:

    I hate the circus, it stink like elephant poop, and clowns are evil lol

  8. Lambchop says:

    My childhood memories of the circus involve all the parents buying those flashlights on a lanyard for all the kids, and all the kids swinging them around and whacking each other in the head with them. My sister and I included, of course. And when my battery died, I’d sneak in and swap it with hers…

    Long ago and far away, when I was teaching special ed while working on my Masters, we took the whole school to the circus – this was a lower elementary ed school, so grades K-3. You don’t even want to know what it was like to have over 100 emotionally disturbed children run rampant at the Nassau Coliseum. Not only that, but when we finally got them to their seats, they would call the vendors over – get cotton candy, sno cones, popcorn, etc from them, but they had no money to pay for it – they thought it was a free snack. I’d never had a migraine in my life until that day. Oh – did I mention the one kid who was terrified of the clowns and had a major screaming-kicking-punching-biting fit? Or the kids who wanted to ride the elephants and had a tantrum when we told them they couldn’t…

    Needless to say, you can’t get me within 100 feet of a circus anymore – I was traumatized for life!

    Gee – I hope you had a good time 🙂

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