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See all tango has no other items for sale. Add to watch list Unwatch Watch list is full Longtime member Shipping: May not ship to Germany - Read item description or contact seller for shipping options. I want something, though. I want ecstasy. Also, the likelihood of seeing anyone I know at the venue is slim. My pill is cradled in the recess between my lip balm and its cap, inside my makeup bag, inside my purse, which is tiny.
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He waves me by. We walk through a hallway to a dark bar. Teenagers, even the big ones, are tiny. I try to remember what it was like to go to a party at What it feels like to plan outfits for a week. I try to embody that headspace that trusts there is a configuration of accessories or even a string of texts that compels someone to fall in love with you. Like cracking a code or activating a launch sequence. We make our way stage right in a raised area cordoned off by a guardrail.
The show is underway — there are three opening acts — and the throbbing crowd is lousy with bros in neon Wayfarers. Suzy and I discreetly take our pills in separate bathroom stalls and return to our spots. At 18, I had a cherry-red Nokia brick with a stubby black antenna but all I ever used it for was to call people during off-peak hours. Otherwise, the only other amusement was playing with my tongue piercing.
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Nowadays nobody ever wants for diversion. Or company. And as much as kids allegedly crave the opposite of electronic interfacing, the desire to digitally capture the moment as a keepsake or to evoke jealousy of other kids is very much alive. Most of the 18 and ups at the music hall are on their phones. There are countless phosphorescent rectangles raised for selfies and video to be posted on social media. As if their waking bodies collect experience points for their digital selves. Way back, ecstasy was great because it allowed you to talk to anyone.
Raves were about dancing — music with gripping buildups and crashing breaks that shook your whole body. It was about gossiping in the bathrooms with drag queens and feeling popular even if you were poor. You were smooth, even if socializing sober felt like refueling a jet engine in midair. I no longer need ecstasy to bolster my confidence.
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I talk to strangers for a living. But I miss curiosity. I miss crushes. I want to recall my reactions before I was in repeats with every conceivable flavor of human and their predictable disappointments. I think about how when I was young, how exciting things still were. How dazzling new people could be. I remember how much I loved new humans, sizing them up and swallowing them whole. There was a time when the thrill of going out outweighed the joy of canceling on someone at the last minute and ordering takeout on the couch.
Being an adult is to feel hyperfamiliar with everything. When we were young we did drugs because they were exciting and new. I welcome synthetic curiosity. I understand Burning Man. I wonder if not having kids is what being a vampire feels like. Someone tosses me a glowstick. It took 45 minutes and begins as it always does.
Varying patches of skin — behind my neck, the tops of my forearms, my cheeks — feel cool and tingly, like an expensive silent air conditioner — the kind that Dyson would make — is blowing on me in waves. I rub my hands together and the surface of my palms feel unusually soft.