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We try to seamlessly fit into our grown-up lovers’ strict adult routines, stifling our party girl impulses in order to be cohesive to their more "responsible" lives...all while doing everything in our power to shield them from our questionable lifestyle.
She and Sulie take off to Texas, where the pair plans to hide out with Sulie’s folks, avoiding the law and the mob.Suddenly, reality crystallizes into our frame of vision.It stops us in our tracks, forces us to exhale and look at our lives through a different lens.Dinners with the family turn out to be hilarious culture clashes, with Mom and Dad misunderstanding the meaning of “organic” and Junior gasping and giggling at every gaffe.Soon, the couple goes out seeking a good time, and head off to a tiny local bar run by the rather charming Annie (Patricia Villetto).Suddenly, you are shackled with the fear that you're really unhealthy -- I mean, how are you even alive? Real people have 401ks, and you STILL haven’t figured out what that is.
Nothing strikes the fear of God into a party girl like the following question from her adult lover: "When do I get to meet your friends? Isn't that why the temporary instant debit card was created? The absolutely insane texts you get on a regular basis from your friends don't always reflect so kindly on you.
Whenever you feel brave wearing a blazer, you look more like a naughty school girl who got kicked out of boarding school than you do a real grown-up.
Maybe it's because you went so over the top with trying to look like an adult that it looks like a costume? If only they knew the real reason you won't accept their friend request.
Somedays we pull it off, and somedays we f*cking don't.
Regardless, there are very specific insecure thoughts and feelings that manifest in the brain of every party girl when she starts dating "real adults."You've always loved your clothes -- but never realized that everything you own might be considered NSFW by normal grown-up standards (thank god I work at Elite Daily).
Trixie (Rebekah Kochan) and Sulie (Jillian Easton) are girlfriends, happily in love and gainfully employed by Lady Jeanette (Emma Messenger), an absolute cartoon character who runs the bar and the dance troupe.