Well, I was cleaning recently and found the nightshirt I added to for about a year back in the day. I'd take fabric paint and we'd write quotes and such, and it's now like a fabric scrapbook, although after about 20 years some of the words are peeling. The glow in the dark paint still works, though, and the night I tested it, I would see "Shelly Lynn" lit up in my dark bedroom.
The above photo is to represent one of my friends' saying "Pin a Rose on your nose", but I then started saying "Pin a flower on your face" because that's the way it looked to me after I painted it on the shirt.
There's well over 100 sayings and each one means something (though with some the meaning has seemed to fade).I won't list them all, but here's some of them:
Whatcha been up to for the last year * Electric Slide * taters * 4 dictionaries * clip on shades * my nose itches * greening * Daryll's * Name Your Poison * Memorial Mausoleum * Why don't angels play bongo drums? * Pretty Good Fun * She's secular * Visdom -- no Wisdom * The 70s are alive and well in that bag * I didn't know meatloaf made a noise * RF 501 Radio * Life is Like a Plate of Chipped Ham * Loof * 26 Baked Potatoes * trench coat * Ezra * chocolate thumbprint cookies * Lucas McGraw * Swabie * Helga's Dowry * All's Quiet on the Western Front * NIPC * Guys are the chili powder of life (oh my! Which of my friends coined that phrase!) * There goes a REGULAR guy * Fabric store on the beach * Lot's birdseed * Camp GoNoWhere * Your library card is stuck to my foot * It's a towel, no it feels like curtains, IT'S BELLBOTTOMS * easy cheese * 1972 penny * One person eating a tart is not two people eating a tart * make sure the candles are out * I'm giving birth to a headache * chicken bone love offering * Someone's sleeping Lord, Kumbuya * T Rex on PMS * Heraldina * broccoli soup * Ten in a A Taurus * The Galley Buffet * The Fingernail that works Wonders * I love your Smile (which I drew complete with missing teeth for a funny effect)
I have videos of some of these events. But more important I still have some of these friends. I posted the recipe for the chocolate pudding thumbprint cookies on Facebook a couple years ago. One of my friends made them and said they weren't as good as they were 20 years ago. I kind of doubt they would be. Carrying eggs (not even in a bag, just an egg in each hand) from another street to my house, then to make a parody of a Julia Child cookie show.
We may have been a bit unique, but we had fun. Been there, done that, and I still have the nightshirt to prove it!