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Cursed Costume PartyTOBIAS' DAY
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"Hmm, what's this?" I said bending down to pick the letter up off the mat. The envelope had a faint shimmer to it. Cautiously, I opened it, and a blue card fell out. Picking up the card, I read the gold writing in fancy script. "A party? Hmm, it's not really my thing, but might as well not as if I've got anything better to do. Besides, Keegan and Kelly are hosting it, so it should be fun." Turning the card over, I read the details. "A fancy dress party? Huh, haven't got anything to wear to that. Wonder where I could get a costume at such short notice?" Setting the card down, I picked up the envelope to go throw it out, when a second card slipped out. Picking it up, I read "Need a costume? Then try AKEA's Brand New range of partywear." I thought it over for a few seconds "Hmm, I really shouldn't, but it's not like I'
The FunhouseBoonville. An aptly named town, as it’s about as far in the boonies as one can get. The typical routine is one of sleep, work, sleep, any and all excitement kept to a bare minimum in this town of 2,000 people, who are mostly concerned with keeping the stoic tradition of boredom alive and well in their families.
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However, for one week a year everything changes. Bright lights, laughter, and visitors from all over flock to Boonville for a single reason - the Carnival.
Not the most creatively named fest, The Carnival was host to roller coasters, Tilt-A-Whirls, cotton candy, and teenage romance. Although this gathering would be laughable by any visitor of Disneyland or Six Flags, it still provided a massively fun time for its residents, and even visitors from the city, looking to get away from their busy lives and have fun at the small town gathering.
Although the Carnival was essentially the same setup every year, there had been a new addition to the lineup. A curious old building set