Me and Tommy Lee
By Margaret Sisu
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Published: Sep. 12, 2012
Words: 6,956 (approximate)
For one blazing night, a timid Caribbean good girl swaps her good Sunday church dress and preference for tasteful tunes for low necklines, slutty heels, and raging heavy metal. From the masses to the mayhem, she’ll never be the same.
Why did I marry a metal head? Easy – I didn’t know he was one. Slick didn’t reveal the truth until the engagement ring was on my finger. By then I’d told all my friends I was getting hitched so I couldn’t dump him and hightail it in the opposite direction at warp speed times two.
Fast forward several years and I heard some know-it-all claim that it was good to step outside your comfort zone every now and again. Others try a new restaurant. Me, I "went metal" and tried to act like I belonged there. Funny thing was, by the end of the night, even I forgot that I didn’t.
, heavy metal
, rock concert
, tommy lee
, caribbean girl
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