I'm still in shock if I'm being honest. After it happened, I was asked, “How do you feel?” I honestly don't know. I don't think you can really process things like this.
Me, writing this. It's been two days since it happened. Shock. Horror. Awe. All of those describe how I feel right now. How was my experience. Couldn't tell you. I'm going for positive. I would do it again. Yes. I would do it again.
That Friday was just an uncomfortable day all around. I had a three hour break before I was going to go see Rocky Horror and I could have gone home. On a good day. It might take me twenty-five minutes to get home. But, with traffic. Try an hour. So, needless to say going home just wasn't really a good option.
I was in my psych class and- I don't want to call her a friend. We just met two weeks ago. But, we have two classes together. She's this gorgeous red head. Imagine a burlesque Jenny Lewis. That's how she does her make up. It's everything.
So, she says to me are you going to the GSA meeting. The Gay Straight Alliance. Thunder wanted to go.
Asking trick questions on our first day. I had enough time to prepare. I was in the third row. It shouldn't have been a problem. Everyone else is, I'm proud of my sexuality. I'm proud of who I am. I stand up and I'm like I'm proud of this chair. Because, I'm creative and witty and original.
The speaker could tell how awkward I was and he said “You should be proud of your hair”. And, I wanted to anoint him bae. Bowing down to that man.
I actually stayed until the library closed, and I went to the place where Thunder and I agreed to meet.
Still blogging outside. Of course. I hear this stampede. A large sweaty group of runners pass by me. And, the funny thing is I recognized one of them by their calves. Whenever he sits down next to me in class, I'm like damn. I wish my calves were like that. If only I was willing to run ten miles a day.
You dance during the “Time Warp” in the aisles. I'm not kidding. You also need a slew of supplies to see this movie. Including (but not limited to) toilet paper, rice, flashlights, newspapers, and party hats.
You need to experience this movie. With a crowd. Don't buy it at home and watch it. No, you have to see it with a hundred of your closest friends who know how to react to every part of this movie. It is also appropriate to dress up for this movie (the less clothing the better).
Do not look for anything deeper then that. There is no point. It's about a mad transsexual from Transylvania. End of movie. I can't even handle it. I don't know how it got made. But, it's everything. If your looking for an underlying theme. It might be sexual acceptance of everything and everyone.
And, there is a lot of sex in this movie. Suggested sex. It's not straight up porn. There's just a lot of implied sex. So, that's pretty steamy. You need to see it. Go with a friend, at a midnight showing. I guarantee unless you live in the Midwest, there will be a showing of Rocky Horror this month.