The Castaway - We all have that friend that slams open the door at 3am, no phone or wallet, who you haven’t seen for 8 hours, and looks like they just got out of a cage match with a sumo wrestler. The story they tell you about their day sounds like it came straight from the plot of a Steven Spielberg academy award winner. This is a classic move for The Castaway. Don’t be surprised if you lose them again the next day.
Rave Mom - The Rave Mom of the group is a staple of the music festival community and is always looking out for her squad. Constantly checking on everyone to make sure they have enough of whatever it is their heart desires. When you are weaving through a crowd to get to the next set, the Rave Mom is always leading the charge and holding something high in the air as a marker to keep the squad together. Please, give this woman some love, she deserves it!
The Giver - There’s always that person that you run into at a rave that is just simply a giver. Need water? I got you! Cotton Mouthed? Please, take my gum! On a bad trip? No worries, let me rub this lavender on your temple and bring you back to life. The giver is truly what makes the music festival community the amazing place that it is.
The Front Rower - Have you always wondered how this person always gets to the front row of every set? How many shoulders they slid by, people they’ve pushed, and disgusted looks they have taken to make it happen. I don’t know if it’s right to give this person respect or question the hell out of this type of festival goer. Nonetheless, there is no doubt The Front Rower is inches from the railing in the front row of every set.
That Random Old Dude - At every festival or rave you have been to there is no doubt you will run into That Random Old Dude vibing in the crowd. It’s very likely that random old dude is a grade A creeper or he’s just smiling and reliving his glory days like he was back in the ’70s at Woodstock.
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