Today's question: In Like Mandarin, the first line reads: "The winds of Washokey make people go crazy." Tell us about a time you did something completely crazy.
Sorry to disappoint, but I'm not the type of girl who goes all out and does something crazy. I like to be in control and know what's going to happen. Something about anxiety issues. With this in mind, it shouldn't come to a shock to The Lurkdom that any wild and crazy shenanigans are semi-thought out.
When I was still entrenched in my Aerosmith contract, I spent a lot of time watching Draw The Line, the Aerosmith tribute band that's actually endorsed by Aerosmith. I also spent a lot of money and time on Aerosmith, as you know.
What you probably don't know is that I've traveled to see both bands.
|Miranda should've been at college orientation but was in NJ.|
Since that Aerosmith show, I've been down the Land of Where? multiple times. Most were just to hang out, but a few were Aerosmith driven.
Like the one night stand.
Before you get all excited and think "ZOMG! Alicia's going to share that time she slutted out!" Let me assure you, I'm not.
The one night stand was a 24 hour period where I ended up in Pennsylvania with Lisa on the sole purpose to see Draw the Line. I flew a red eye into Philadelphia where Lisa picked me up and the next evening, she dropped me back off so I could get home. The trip was decided on about 5 days prior.
|Not the night of our 1 nighter, but a fun time just the same.|
We've been getting in trouble together ever since.
From Philadelphia, Lisa and I drove out to the Poconos to find this small bar in Pittston. We get lost. More than once. We ended up circling exits on the interstate about five times because we kept missing turns. When we finally found it, we had to hope back on the road to find our sketchy hotel.
I should also mention right now that I was lusting for the lead guitarist at the time. He was 22, smoking hot, and British**. I was also on wicked good terms with the drummer because we lived in the same town and because of that connection, learned way more about the inner workings of a tribute band than I should.
After hours of dancing and fighting off the way-too-drunk-to-lurch man, a group of us ended back at the band's hotel room where instead of the craziness you would think would happen, there was a lot of conversation. A fire almost started when the lead guitarist tossed a lit joint to another band member and he didn't notice.
This was my craziest moment. All told, it was great time with one of my bestest friends in the world and we still make reference to the drunk who obeyed my orders and Lisa's love of driving in circles.
What's the craziest thing you've done recently?
* She calls Hubby "Dad."
** This was the driving force behind most of my Draw the Line endeavors in 2001-2002ish.
Last.fm hit of the day: Dead Girls Don't Cry by Nekromantix