A Night To Remember Essay

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The flashing neon signs, the sparkles on the brightly light stage, the hundreds and thousands of screaming fans waving their bright blue and green glow sticks for the arrival of the hottest band ever, all adjoin to the greatest night I have ever had.It was a hot summer day in July where it all began. I woke up that very morning with the sun shinning brilliantly in my eyes and a song in my heart, a *N sync song in fact. For today was the very day I would get to see *Nsync, the five most hottest guys ever! The day lulled about aimlessly, it seemed like it would never end. My mom was preparing for tonight by buying squishy, bright yellow and orange earplugs and a five hundred count bottle of extremely white aspirin tablets. She thinks their melodic music is great but she cannot handle the extremely loud screaming of the hormone driven teenagers who secretly lust for the ugliest member of *Nsync but don't admit it. The long hours finally passed and we came down to the home stretch. The remaining hours got shorter and shorter until it was time for me to get ready. I took a hot shower and thick warm steam filled the bathroom until it felt like a sauna, an hour later I finished and went quickly into my chilly room where I had my brand-new *Nsync cd loudly blaring on my stereo. I brushed my think curly hair and added creamy yet translucent gel into my hair. I dusted my entire body with sparkly powder and my skin was glowing brilliantly. My eyes were shinning brightly like the stars in the sky with lusty, gold eye shadow.I was just about ready when my mom burst into my room and told me it was time to leave. We ran excitedly...

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