Circus Lessons

1.  Camels apparently poop a lot.  And often. 

2.  The audience is more likely to be injured by a stranger’s two year old wielding a plastic light saber than by the chance of any animals ever getting loose.

3.  The chance of acquiring the perfect seat is equally proportionate to the chance of an eight foot tall man sitting directly in front of you and obstructing your perfect view.

4.  Apparently if you can wear a skimpy sparkling costume and can walk back and forth across a ring making grandious gestures with your arms, you too can be a circus performer.

5.  No circus day is complete without cotton candy.  The sugar disolving on your tounge is like the ferry dust to the circus magic.

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3 Responses to “Circus Lessons”


  1. 1 Janet June 9, 2008 at 9:03 am

    We went to the circus in February – apparently the same one, although it was the elephants rather than the camels doing the pooping. It was during the elephant RIDES so the kids who were actually ON the elephants while they were pooping thought it was hysterical.

  2. 2 tpgoddess0103 June 9, 2008 at 2:44 pm

    It’s been ages since I went, but I recall all of those rules to be quite true.

  3. 3 adalex72 June 11, 2008 at 6:06 am

    I love the circus. I took my son last year for the first time,and for me the first time in about 25 years! Unfortunately there were no elephants though.


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