Gail (gailmarie) wrote,

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For the Record....

My sister, cicigreen has this strange way of reeling you into things and making you become obsessive.

Example 1:
Beauty and the Beast

She and I have seen the musical (at about $60 per ticket) 7 times. She went an 8th with just her son. To do this, we traveled to Cincinnati, OH and Louisville, KY.

The musical is coming back to Chicago in a couple weeks, as well as the animated IMAX opening in early January (like the 3rd?). We are seeing the musical already, and there is an IMAX theatre about 10 miles from here. Dangerous....very, very dangerous...

Example 2:
NSYNC (though I do blame LJ for parts of this....)

Seen them in concert 4 times. (Two Chicago, an Indianapolis, and a 1 day, no sleep road trip to Little Rock, AR). Have all their CDs, including the Christmas one. Am collecting the bobble head dolls.

I could potentially seen that damned NSYNC's Greatest MTV Moments, grown an appreciation, maybe bought a CD and enjoyed them in the privacy of my own home. Nope. Her influence made me become full-blown semi-obsessive. Her and her slash, and pictures, and DVDs, and...Damn.

Example 3:

She had one first. Pushed me to get one. I did. Now I post more often than she does. I'm definitely a Journal addict, and proud of it. I love my journal, I love having an outlet, I love the people I can meet through here. It's just fun.

Example 4:
Harry Potter

I went over to her apartment last night, having seen the movie, liking Sean because he was a cutie with an accent, and having a general appreciation.

I left being extremely squeeish, needing to see the IMAX version, spending hours looking for pictures and creating icons, and wanting to figure out which quiddich position I was best at at the Harry Potter website.

So basically, I blame it all on her!!! *point at Ci*
Then again, I never said that I was angry with being obsessed with all of this....

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