I think not. But, we wanted to check it out for ourselves.
Page Crawford and I couldn’t resist. The announcer said Tiny Tina was so small, you could cradle her in your arms like a baby. The sign, inviting us inside said the exhibit was “educational.”
So we paid our buck and stepped inside the low, stuffy, tent. What we saw made us feel very awkward and uncomfortable. Tiny Tina, a little person, was sitting bail of hay holding a stack of pictures to autograph.
Page said, “Hi.”
Tiny Tina said nothing. Tiny Tina looked annoyed, downright angry if you ask me, and I don’t blame her. The tent was hot. She was just sitting there. And, I’m sure not everyone who walks through that exhibit is as nice as Page and I.
We pretty much ran from the tent, slightly embarrassed. I’m not sure I’ll go see the “World’s Largest Horse” now.
As an afterthought, I wish I would have gotten an autographed picture of Tiny Tina.