Perhaps she could miss the latter, though everything else was fun. She already won herself a pet goldfish at the hook a duck, it was beautiful, swimming around in it's little plastic fortress of water. She had its plastic bag sitting in a net pouch on her backpack, so it could still see the light while she explored the rest of the park and its games.
She'd been messing around quite a bit, and it was a shame because she estimated she only had around half an hour, maybe more, before she was meeting back up with her brother and heading home. She had some money left, and decided to head back towards the games and play some more.
She waddled over to one of the wooden stalls to which a girl was standing behind. An oddly familiar girl, actually. She passed over her spare change and got herself three balls. She took the first one, extended her arm backwards to complete her first throw. She tossed the ball over arm, and it went hurdling towards the stack of tin cans, only to fall short and donk straight off the back, and to thud dead onto the ground behind the stand. "What was it? Two out of three strikes and I get the giant teddy?" She asked the girl again. If so, she only had two chances left, since she'd already ballsed up the first chance.
She tried again, hurdling her second ball towards the pile, striking it down! Though, only the top half, the bottom remained in tact. She leaned on the wooden surface which acted as part counter, part restriction to stop her rushing in and taking any teddy she wanted, or cheating at the game of course. "What!? Come on it's gotta be a scam!" She blurted out angrily. She sighed away her pain and adjusted her jumper at the bottom, aiming once again and tossing it, hitting the pile again, but not clearing it.
"Damnit... My brother is so good at this..." She mumbled out, trying to scramble around in her pockets for some more spare change. She was determined to do it.