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Definition funny of Fairburn:
The sunburn you get when you spend all day at your local fair. The difference between a fair burn and a regular sunburn is the light, unburnt band on your wrist from where you got that wristband that entitles you to unlimited rides. It could be from a watch or an extra-wide bracelet, but we all know it's not. You got that sunburn out at the fair, screaming the loudest on all the rides, shoving the most elephant ear and cotton candy down your gullet, and altogether raising more hell than anyone else there. And you loved every goddamn second of it.
I spent all day at the fair today, and when I got home and looked in the mirror, I discovered I had a fair burn.
Songs about Fairburn:
72nd Farewell to Aberdeen / The Tyree Bridal Song / Lady MacKenzie of Fairburn / The Flowers of Edinburgh / Drummond... by Scottish Bagpipe & Drum Corps from the Album Must-Have Scotland - Bagpipes & Drums
Old Toastie/Lady Mackenzie of Fairburn/The Strathspey King/Gin I Were a Baron's Heir/Barbara's Jig/The Mason's... by Queen's Royal Irish Hussars from the Album Magnificent Music of the Bagpipes
72nd Farewell to Aberdeen / The Tyree Bridal Song / Lady Mackenzie of Fairburn / The Flowers of Edinburgh / Drummond... by Edinburgh's Finest Bagpipe and Drum Corp. from the Album Scottish Music
Fairburn Royals - These Aren't Mistakes by Fairburn Royals from the Album Stamp Collecting (For Beginners)
Jane's Dusty Shoes/Captain Horne/Lady MacKenzie of FairBurn/Farewell to Erin/Trad. Irish Reel/Maid Behind The... by Lothian and Borders Police Pipe Band from the Album World Pipe Band Championships 1989
Medley: Jane's Dusty Shoes, Captain Horne, Lady MacKenzie of Fairburn, Farewell to Erin, Irish Traditional Reel... by Lothian and Borders Police Pipe Band from the Album Centennial - 1890-1990
Old Taostie/ Lady Mackenzie of Fairburn/ The Strathspey King/ Gin I Were a Baron's Heir/ Barbara'a Jig/ The Mason's... by The Pipe Band Of The Royal Tank Regt. from the Album Scotland The Brave
Books about Fairburn:
The Fairburn Agate of the Black Hills: 100 Unique Storied Agates by James Magnuson and Carol Wood (May 9, 2012)
Fairburn Figures & Hands, Set 1 book 3, Situation Poses and Hands (1979)
Fairburn agate: Gem of South Dakota by Roger Clark (2002)
Fairburn Figures and Hands: Set No 1/ Book 1: Male-Full Figure by Fairburn System Of Visual References (1979)
The Wolf of Fairburn (The John Swale Chronicles Book 13) by David Pilling (Nov 1, 2012)
fairburn children: the fairburn system of visual references: set no. 3. book 1: males + book 2: females + book... by No Author (1978)
Fairburn Faces & Heads- Set 2, Book 1: MALES (The Fairburn System of Visual References, Set 2, Book 1 Males) by Fairburn (1976)
Wiki information Fairburn:
Fairburn is a city in Fulton County, Georgia. The population was 12,950 at the 2010 census.
Fairburn is a town in Custer County, South Dakota, United States. The population was 85 at the 2010 census.