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Outgoing Princess Kay's butter head being smeared on corn

Next week a new Princess Kay of the Milky Way will be crowned and will have her likeness carved in butter at the Minnesota State Fair. As for the outgoing princess, her butter head is now just a memory. It was melted down at a corn feed at a park in Pierz.
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Next week a new Princess Kay of the Milky Way will be crowned and will have her likeness carved in butter at the Minnesota State Fair. As for the outgoing princess, her butter head is now just a memory. It was melted down at a corn feed at a park in Pierz.

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