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Wednesday, May 25, 2011

Watch Young Frankenstein and Craft Drunk with the Gang at Retro Fit

Posted By on Wed, May 25, 2011 at 3:06 PM

Don't think too much, just clear your schedule: Our Tuck of the Town drag-scene columnist Steven LeMay hosts a drunken craft night/screening of Young Frankenstein in his vintage clothing/faux hair/custom t-shirt shop, Retro Fit, tomorrow.

Stop trying to do all the mental-cultural math that would make sense of the above statement! Because there's still more to this tangled skein of an evening: An entity called Princess Animal which claims to be part monkey is celebrating something at this event, we can't quite figure out what. Something to do with yarn. But as part of the atmosphere-building that Princess Animals are apparently so good at, bubblegum-infused vodka Jell-o shots, lookin' like brains, are on hand.

Or as Madeline Kahn's Bride of F would sing, "Oh, sweet mystery of life, at last I've found you!"

Your hostess, Fraulein LeMay. Roll, roll, roll in the ... faux fur? - JOSE A GUZMAN COLON
  • Jose A Guzman Colon
  • Your hostess, Fraulein LeMay. Roll, roll, roll in the ... faux fur?
Looks like you're trying to make sense of things again. And all we can tell you is "Poot! Ze candle! Beck!"

Saith Retro Fit's Facebook page:

Back to the Lab: an A.B. Normal Princess Animal Craft Night Production
Thursday, May 26th
Time: 7-10ish p.m.
Location: Retro Fit Vintage, 910 Valencia (b/w 20th & Liberty)
What: A showing of Young Frankenstein, the Mel Brooks classic
Why: In honor of Princess Animal's creating a new yarn in the lab, that's right

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