Thursday, August 30, 2012

My Fair Lady

[Pictures from when my cousin Mercy was in town in July.]
This lovely day was spent at the Meadowlands State Fair and only cost us $3 a person. I just love when fun stuff is cheap. 
And this was the part of the night where I cried. This white bengal tiger got to perch up on this rotating globe while "The Circle of Life" (yeah, the Lion King song) played and he sort of did this waving thing with his hands. Doesn't sound sad, I know, but I'm just a baby for sweet moments. And that song is just ridiculously touching. 
Don't you dare act surprised that there's another one of these pictures. My goal this summer was to make it where y'all can't even think of funnel cakes without my face popping into your head. Did I succeed? 
Romper & flats: ModCloth// Ruby Street Little Kennedy Bag: Kate Spade (it's on sale now - go figure. Sorry Mikey) Sunnies: ASOS

TGIF! Hope y'all have a wonderful weekend, friends! <3

24 comments:

  1. Hey girl! I love your blog! You're so cute with your fun vintage style and your tattoos! I'm now following! Give me a visit if you want to follow back!


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    1. Hey thanks for the sweet comment! I'm glad you like it here :)

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  2. I love these pictures and I see another funnel cake!
    That romper looks really great on you as well as those shades roni!

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    1. Haha unfortunately that was my last funnel cake picture for the summer (I think - but maybe not).
      Thank you for the compliment, Francesca! xo

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  3. lovely pictures, is your husband is holding a chicken leg? damn that's huge man! haha

    However i love your shoes ^^
    love the vintage vibe you have on your outfit!

    Nice blog by the way!
    Following you now, hope you follow me too now!

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    1. Hi, Jerome!
      My husband is in fact chowing down on a massive turkey leg, but close enough ;)
      Thank you for all the sweet words and compliments! :)) I try ;) haha
      I am definitely going to pay you a visit, kind Sir!

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  4. that looks like a blast. Although I dont think I would have cried at the tiger's performance but I might have cried thinking of his crap life living in a crap cage when he should be roaming the jungle. (I used to be a member of peta when I was in college and I guess I still have some lingering animal rights activist in me) Now for something more serious than animal rights. I'm talking about funnel cakes and how delicious they are. Its a really good thing I cant make one myself cause I would have the fattest ass in the Northeast.

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    1. True. I did feel horrible for all the tigers and that massive lion that were stuck being Fair performers - although they were amazing at their jobs. I mean, I get torn between the whole, "they should be running free in the wild", and the "but it's so awesome to be able to see them this close" thing.
      Um...I think I have the fattest ass in the Northeast :/

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  5. You really make me want a funnel cake like no ones business!

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    1. And you got one the same night you read this blog! Jerk. (Don't worry, I'm just hating.)

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  6. Somehow I'm not surprised to see more of you + funnel cakes haha! Thanks for your comment on my blog! I'm in the process of setting up Disqus which means I should be able to reply to comments and people will actually get them haha. Oh and I love your 'novel-comments' - so nice and friendly! :)

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    1. Hehehe :D I seriously cannot get enough of them! I am beyond obsessed. Beyond infatuated. Where does that leave me? Requiring therapy? For funnel cakes? haha Don't mind me.
      Oooh, "disqus"? I'll google it. I need to really get to it. I hate not knowing when people reply to my comments and then it's as if I've ignored them! I have this thing with not ever wanting to come across as rude...unless I want to come across as rude. :)
      Glad you love the mini novels! ♥

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  7. Love, love, love your sunnies they are gorgeous and more funnel cakes. How do you stay so skinny?

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    1. Thanks, sweet lady! Umm...I have a really fast metabolism and I run every now and again. Not as much as I used to though. But I'm trying to change that. Especially if I eat this much fried shit. :)

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  8. Ummm HIIIIIIIII can I stick my face in that funnel cake?!! And you cried at the rotating-globe-spinning-cheesy-song-waving white tiger!?!? Oh Roni. I love you. So so much.

    And alright. Maybe I think "Circle of Life" is kinda tear-jerking too : )

    xo, My Billie

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    1. You can stick your face in whatever you want!! hahahaha Oh, boy! That sounds terrible!
      LMAO at your word-dash-word comment! I'm glad I could be cute to you. :)
      It is sooo tear jerking! It reminds me of how Mufasa died before he ever had a chance to see Simba grow up OR meet his grandlion.

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  9. You look gorgeous in those sunnies!! So glamourous :] I wish I had gotten a funnel cake the other night - I am kicking myself now. I went for the "heart attack" -homemade chips with nacho sauce- and then didn't have any room - daaang. Oh well. Haha. You are too cute crying over the tiger. I am sure it was very touching. I definitely have moments like those too.

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    1. Awwwie thank you, lover! What is wrong with you?! How could you be in the presence of funnel cakes and not have a mouth covered in powdered sugar?! This is madness!
      Those heart attack nachos sound rather inviting though. Yuuum. I love artery cloggers. Oh, honey, you learn to make room! hahahaha I have taught myself how to, specifically by reminding myself that I'm not always at those places that have that kinda food. I'll regret not getting it later is my mentality. :)
      I wish I didn't cry so easily at things. Especially in public places, but most of the time I can't help it. Let's be babies together! Babies who eat all the funnel cakes. :D

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  10. No joke, you've already accomplished it. I seriously thought of you everytime I saw funnel cakes at the state fair. Congratulations ;)

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    1. Hehe YAY!! My job is done. I want to be the face behind fried dough and powdered sugar - it's a dream, really. ;P

      But I'm glad you thought of me! I saw a girl today wearing a sweatshirt with a band name on it that I've totally seen you wear in your pictures!! Made me think of you. :)

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  11. Haha Roni = Funnel Cake... priceless! I am the same way with being a total baby! Break a bone? No problem! Play a little Lion King soundtrack? Waterworks!! haha You looked adorable and I am jealous that your fair is only $3?! Ours was $13 this year. =S

    Love & Lollies...

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    1. Yup! You pretty much explained me to a T. I don't cry much over pain. I am pretty good about that. But sappy stuff, oh, I'm done. :)
      $13 is steep for a fair! Yucks.

      Always a pleasure to hear from you, Jessa. Your comments make me smile!

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  12. woow! very cool sunnies!

    And i like this great photos full of happiness and love! =)

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    1. Awww thank you for the sweet comment! xo

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