Cravin' for a Ravin'
You get lost and end up wandering down the sleazy back alley. You hear robotic, electronic music coming from behind a warehouse door, so you open it and sneak inside.
You see hundreds of people bouncing up and down to the music, all of whom are smiling just a little too widely. They're all playing with various light sources -- glowsticks, blacklights, even torches are waving back and forth to the beat.
A young man in baggy clothing walks up and smiles at you. "Hey man how ya doing great party I love you man can I have your button I'll give you my glowstick."
"Uh, sure," you say. You hand him your button and take his glowstick, then watch him bounce back into the crowd. Then you have an urge to hear a different song than the one that's been playing in here for the past twenty minutes, and you take off. For great justice.
Occured during St. Sneaky Pete's Day Stupor on St. Sneaky Pete's Day VIII - X, XII - XIV if you had a flashing novelty button equipped to trade for the glowstick.
- "For great justice" refers to a quote from Zero Wing, a video game more well known for the All your base are belong to us phenomenon. The entirety of the quote is "for great justice, take off every zig."
- "Then you have an urge to hear a different song than the one that's been playing in here for the past twenty minutes, and you take off" may be refering to one of Dane Cook's comedy pieces called "Just Wanna Dance" for the part about the same beat going on for twenty minutes.