{October 26, 2011}   Secret.

There’s a secret secret that I’ve kept secret for quite a while, but I thought that people should at least know that there is a secret and that it has consequences that can’t be kept secret. What I mean is that I am going with a secret number of friends to a secret location to witness (or take part in, it’s a secret to me) a secret event. I don’t know what will happen, who will be there, and I or we will be anonymous ourselves. We also are bound to secrecy before and after the event. What cannot be kept secret is that I will be gone for the next 3 days and quite likely won’t be able to post on Friday.


The reasoning behind the secrecy is two-fold. Firstly, it is because the group that organises these events is named “The [insert name of correct location] Secret Society”. It wouldn’t be a good secret society if everyone went around telling anybody what happens and who they are now would it?

Secondly, it is to make it special. Their aims are, in essence, to create events that are literally once-in-a-lifetime, that only a select few can ever know about, and that even fewer can actually experience.


I only hope that the event itself is as special as they make it out to be, because I’m travelling f***ing miles.


All that I will and can say is that it’s Halloween themed and that there will be magic tricks. For those who don’t know, I adore magic. When I think about it, it makes me feel like I’m in love, except without the confusion and worry of ‘Does he like me?’ and ‘he’s staring at me all the time… is that a good thing?’ (I still don’t know the answer to that one).



On a side note, at this point in time if you google the word “mystery”, the first result you get is the wikipedia entry for ‘Mystery’, a Canadian pick-up artist (real name; Erik. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mystery_(pickup_artist) )





Nick says:

Hey, this isn’t strictly to do with this post but I just thought you should know that now when I type ‘hobbyharri’ into google, it doesn’t ask ‘did you mean’ something else it goes straight to this page, which means the blog is now popular enough to be immediately recognisable by google! Good times!

Woohoo! I’m vaguely successful!


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