A man at the Indiana State Fair spelled a different word than intended at the metal letters last week, creating a photo that has been very popular online. Photo courtesy Julie Amos
INDIANAPOLIS -- A man visiting at the Indiana State Fair last week made the absolute most out of the large metal letters meant to spell FAIR.
The letters at the Indiana State Fair are FA_R, with a person meant to stand in place of the I to spell FAIR. But one man instead went full dad, and instead made a T at the end, to spell FART.
A photo posted on Twitter by the man's daughter, Julie Amos, has blown up online. As of Tuesday morning, it has more than 12,000 retweets and 53,000 likes.
"My dad NEVER asks for his picture to be taken," Amos wrote. "Then today he asks for his pic, and does THE MOST EXTRA dad thing ever."
My dad NEVER asks for his picture to be taken. Then today he asks for his pic, and does THE MOST EXTRA dad thing ever. pic.twitter.com/tjXpcM6TZp— Julie Amos (@famousamos_12) August 9, 2018
My dad NEVER asks for his picture to be taken. Then today he asks for his pic, and does THE MOST EXTRA dad thing ever. pic.twitter.com/tjXpcM6TZp
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