I'm done with the fair, so it's time to go back to my normal life, thankfully. Perhaps there will be more to come about the fair this week.
For now, a T-shirt wrap up:
day 8: I stopped making notes about my favorite T-shirts, so I forgot one that I found to be clever. Perhaps then it wasn't as memorable as I thought. I wish I had jotted it down.
One dude was memorable for being one of those classless idiots I despise. I have no idea what it said on the front of his shirt, but on the back it said, in big letters, "Can you hear me now a$$h*le?"
The other memorable shirt was a dude with some cheesy illustration of a character that was supposed to be a pimp. The guy wearing the shirt looked like your typical white trash slacker, shockingly! His shirt had this big green illustration of some character dressed like a pimp with cash around him. The thing that made me laugh is that the shirt had accents, like beads or something, to represent the "bling" in the illustration. The dude bought a beaded T-shirt that probably cost him $30 or more because it had a cool pimp illustration. What a goof.
Consolation prize goes to the dude with the heavily beaded shirt. It wasn't quite as ridiculous as the pimp shirt, even though it had more beads.
The image was entirely of beads or some sort of shiny stone and they formed what looked to be the profile of a skull wearing a Native American headdress. If it wasn't supposed to be a skull, then I was fooled by it. It was bizarre, yet not as ridiculous as the pimp shirt.
day 9: I didn't seem anything memorable, and if I did, it was forgotten because I didn't take notes.
day 10: Two memorable shirts for my final day. One was a dude with a silly message that said something like "If you are taking the time to read the message on my shirt, you're a loser." I don't remember how it was worded, but that was the gist of it.
My favorite shirt of my final day was a dude, probably in his early 20s, who wore a Minnesota Lynx fan appreciation shirt from August 2001. In Minnesota the WNBA is a failure, and here's a dude wearing a fan appreciation shirt from six years ago. It's that sense of humor I appreciate most.