Unformatted text preview: realized that Jerry wasn't a farmer. Jerry picked out a sheep named Posey but there was too many people around it weren’t the right moment. So Jerry and his friends walked around the fair. It was a dark night and the fair was lit up like the ones in the romantic movies. Jerry and his friends walked around until Jerry found a stuffed white sheep at the ring toss stand. The sheep was big, fluffy, and weighed just about the same as a real sheep. It was five dollars to play the game and twenty dollars to upgrade the game enough to where Jerry could win the sheep. He and his friends spent every dime they had to win that sheep and they finally did after an hour of playing. Once Jerry got his sheep he immediately found a cab and got the stuffed sheep into that cab to take back home. He is proud of himself that he didn't take the real sheep from his home and owner. And after all of that he got a sheep of his own. Even if it wasn't alive, the sheep was perfect for him....
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- Fall '15
- It, English-language films, Walking, Livestock, James L. Brooks