When I came home for winter break my freshman year of college, all I ate was meat. Steak, chicken, hamburgers - any type of meat I could get my hands on. I didn't care what kind as long as it was meat.
I can remember the first time I went to the fair pretty clearly. I was 5, painfully shy and stuck on a swinging bridge in the middle of an obstacle course during a windstorm.
Somehow, that day only made me love the fair more. It was probably because I got to watch my mom battle her way to the top to collect me, her screaming child, unwilling to let a carnival employee help me to the ground.
From that day on whenever I hear the sentence, "The fair is coming to town," I immediately get a group of friends together and prepare to ride every ride alone.
It's common for me to give someone three shots at once. I often pay for things worth more than $20 in all ones. I've learned to make conversation with strangers for uncomfortable amounts of time. All these skills I've learned from my job.
It seems like the world has gone crazy with a zombie fad. TV shows, movies and huge zombie walks. Heck, there are a few zombie flash-mob videos that went viral, proving that it's not just the "Thriller" zombies that can bust a move. It seems like everyone is eager to jump on the zombie train.
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