The carnivalesque (as oer Shmoop.com):
For example, all of the spells and enchantments in William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream create a carnivalesque atmosphere for the lovers, in which the normal rules of life just don't apply.
This barker is stepping on a lamb chop. There isa key, a key to my heart! Incidentally, ground lamb and rice is my new favorite dish. I will make it for you on our date, if you wish.
Bring your lyric appendage and I will give you the docent special.