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Some people live in a place they like, others only get to visit there. Describe a place you love!

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Introduction

Holly Feast You could smell the excitement. Girls, boys, women, men, babies, everyone. If you stepped into a fairground at anytime it would be writhing will people packed to the rafters unable to move, any shape any age and I guarantee, every single one of them would be having a great time. The first ride you go on would be a "Midi". A "Midi" is a ride not as boring as the floating swans, but not as scary as the Oblivion, for example. You see the boring ones are called "Bozes", because they are just - boring, the scary ones are called "Scazes" because like I said they are scary then the bits in between are called "Midis" you really go on them to get started off because if you started on a scary one it would be too much too soon. A classic "Midi" would probably be the Walters because it gets you started, a boring one would be "The Crooked House" but no mater how boring it would be you have to go on it - it's the law. ...read more.

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The you get your choice of teeth rotting treats, candy floss or toffee apples, I always go for toffee apples it lasts longer because it takes you half the night to bite through the toffee. You decide to brave a "scazza", after a portion of scabby and a half eaten toffee apple, because the other half is lying half eaten in the bottom of a waste bin, as you admitted defeat. You decide to go on the "Face Flattener". If you went with a boyfriend the chances are they wouldn't be happy until they went on this ride, so you agree, and so it begins. RUUUUSSSHHH, SLAM your head's jammed under one of the three safety belts, ZOOOOOOM SMACK, your heads out but you cant see because the cold air is making your eyes water, making all the lights blurred. ZOOOOM your face is whipped by the freezing cold air, your cheeks red from the wind SLAM, you see the fear in your boyfriend's face, ZOOOOOOM here we go again, you see now, you are 50 feet up in the air, hurtling down at the speed of light. ...read more.

Conclusion

Now he is toughening up he claims he "wasn't scared" but you let him be the hero this once. You stand and your legs are jelly, you cant walk even if someone gave you a million pounds to do so, to your amazement your boyfriend can walk ad he holds you up. You now regret the scabby chips and you begin to taste the toffee apple in your mouth again you run for a bin but - ooops, too late. You go on the big wheel after you hide the embarrassment of puking in front of your boyfriend, he soon gets over it and you buy more mints. On the wheel you see the crowds in the grounds growing thin and you get a cuddle, you still hear the laughing of men who have had one too many but this is the time when you see people in a different light, and this makes me think that the world isn't such a bad place, you see everyone at one point can have a good time and not be bitter and evil always. ...read more.

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