Tiny Horses Will Be On A Patio In Uptown Tonight, Hating You More Than Every Girl at the Bar.

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Big Al's on McKinney Avenue must not think the spectacle of little people wrestling (EXTREME-ly) is enough to draw a crowd for tonight's main event, The Baddest Little Show on Earth. Their website has upped the ante, promising another compelling lure: miniature horses. You can pet them, Instagram them, or just feel like a giant in their presence as you wonder the obvious: is a patio in Uptown the natural environment for a tiny horse? No. No it is not.

Pissed off tiny horsey time is from 7 to 9 p.m., and midget wrestling follows.

Yes. This is all really happening.

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