That’s acceptable

Carnivals never absolutely interested me, even as a kid. They were absolutely warm in our neighborhood while in the summer, and the pun is totally intended, because they were entirely  warm indeed! In fact, the excessive heat of our summers is the principal concern with myself and others getting any enjoyment out of the carnival. That is, if there was any enjoyment to be had. The crazy games are clearly rigged, the rides always looked old and rickety and downright deadly, at least to me, and the fried foods and cotton candy always made myself and others sick. Without any form of a/c, a generally unpleasant experience turned into hell. Even while in the night when it was supposed to be cooler, the humidity and heat would still reign supreme. The few times that our friends or parents dragged myself and others to the carnival, I was desperate to find some air conditioned spot to hide and cool off in. Often times, one of the only air-conditioned areas was a small building that contained the bathrooms that all the people used. I was often torn between having to go outside into the heat and lingering just a little longer in those dirty bathrooms to take advantage of the frigid air. It was entirely  being stuck between a rock and a tough place. I did not visit a official amusement park until I was 17 years old, and carnivals had turned myself and others off to the prospect. Thankfully, the amusement park that I ended up visiting was a much better experience then the carnival of our youth.There were plenty of attractions that were indoors and air-conditioned!

indoor comfort