“Oh Of Course You Can Touch My Hair; Fourth Annual Curl Exhibit”

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OAKLAND, CA— Here in this exotic city filled with numerous creatures, for this time around Curl Exhibit is hosting it’s fourth annual showcase right here in the heart of Oakland. These exhibits are extraordinary showcasing animals extremely soft fur ranging from all different colors, shapes, sizes and textures. These tamed animals are put on pedestals displaying their touchable fur to the public. Each year around we have numerous gatherers pulling out their phones, cameras, and microscopes all to see what they have paid for. The people in the exhibit are extremely friendly and absolutely love when their fur is touched, inspected, and felt. Bob, one of Curl Exhibits most exotic individual says, “Oh of course you can touch my hair!” “I love it so much” smiling happily as his hair is touched and looked upon.  Sally Benson says, “I’ve never seen such a thing! I’m so fascinated that I secretly snip a piece of hair to keep with me forever AND EVER.” Each year this Curl Exhibit really teaches that touching people’s hair, is by far not weird, or undesired by the individuals. So if you want to see this 2 day Curl Exhibit go on, come on by on March 25, 2016 at 1257 Market Street to get your fingers truly caught into something great. 

 

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“Oh Of Course You Can Touch My Hair; Fourth Annual Curl Exhibit”

Retired Petting Zoo Goat Relives Her Best Moments as an Entertainer

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Agnes scratching herself on her favorite crossbeam

OAKLAND, CA — “I miss the days now where I was cramped in a small pen with sticky children touching me all day,” reminisces Agnes the Goat, a recently retired petting zoo expert from the Oakland Zoo who contributed 12 years of her life to provide menial entertainment to obnoxious elementary students. “You always knew it was going to be a good day when you saw a large school bus filled with grimy children who were ready to pet some animals; the rush was amazing. My favorite part of the whole job would have to be the aftermath because you never know what people will have left sticking to your coat. On a good day I’ll end up with a few lollipops and some gum which makes for a great snack compared to the food provided by the zookeepers.” Agnes then went on to describe her daily preparation, “I like to be very prepared so every day in the morning I would practice my loudest and most obnoxious bleet so I could really imprint myself in the minds of children. I would then sharpen each of my horns just in case a child came along that needed to be scared.”

Retired Petting Zoo Goat Relives Her Best Moments as an Entertainer