Today’s prompt asks: When the full moon happens, you turn into a person who’s the opposite of who you normally are. Describe this new you.
I’ve heard of legends of transformation during full moon. Okay, mainly werewolves. I’ve been reading too many fantasy novels. Anyway, this is a new one, transforming into a person that’s opposite of what we are.
I don’t use the word normal because I believe no one is normal. Normal is just a relative term for being human. Everyone has some sort of strange traits about them. Like me, I have a genetic disorder. Therefore, I have small hands and just small in general. Thus, I have to do things in different ways than others.
So back to the prompt…
So on every full moon, I am to be the complete opposite of who I am now. Hmm, that mean who I am now plus a lot of makeup which I do not own. The opposite me might be a goth chick.
That’s troubling and scary to hear. Mainly because the new me might cause a lot of trouble. And if she is the opposite of me, then that would mean all my innermost desires will come to life. Uh oh.
A few traits the other me will exhibit:
- She’s horribly unpredictable. She does not think about the consequences before performing her actions.
- A Doubtless Party Animal. Definitely a party animal and an extrovert. She will probably be the one that’s riding on top of guys or get on the stage to crash a set because she’s too drunk to care.
- Socialite. I guess that’s a good thing for someone like me as long as the other me knows the definition of the word, discreet.
- Does not dress for comfort. This won’t be easy for old me to wake up in. I definitely do not want to wake up wearing tight clothes that expose my belly button.
- Unafraid to show off to the world. My talents and nothing else.
I think those are all great traits a person can have. Just not all of them together.
So beware, old me: tie me up and lock me in my room if that happens. I do not want the new me to ruin my good record in a single night. Oh and I definitely do not want to wake up in a stranger’s house or worse, jail.