Sunday, 27 May 2012

A 5 words adventure of carnie folk

Carnie folk were not in the least offended by the general stereotype of scary circus folk with small hands and lingering cabbage smell attributed to them. They proudly called themselves "The Rat Pack", were known for their sagacity and delivery of expendable monocycles in three large counties. On Mondays, the circus day off, they would get tipsy, take their accordions  and sing "mano-a-mano" which they believed to be Rino Gaetano's once famous song with long since forgotten lyrics.

Carnie folk, mano-a-mano, sagacity, expendable, "The Rat Pack"

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