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    • Sarah Boysen

      Dr Frankenfurter my halloween costume next year?

    • RoseyMugWhump

      pinner said - Be a woman pretending to be a man, dressed as a woman. No, not Victor Victoria (actually, that's a seperate dream), this is more karaoke dressed as Frank N Furter and sing "Sweet Transvestite".

    • H E Flaherty

      Tim Curry in The Rocky Horror Picture Show - THE ALL TIME BEST scene in a movie ever - I remember the first time I saw it - so totally unexpected!!! Lets do the Time Warp AGAIN!

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