Cleolinda Jones (cleolinda) wrote,
Cleolinda Jones


I really, really like the idea of being in secret societies. Even if they're just pretend secret societies. In fact, they're more fun if everyone knows about them. I mean, what's the fun of being in the Masons or the Illuminati or the Black Hand or the Seven Blessings or the Golden Dawn if you can't, say, discreetly flaunt your ring or your pin or your iron-on patch or whatever? Which is why I'm really, really looking forward to getting my Sigma Tau Delta insignia, even though it isn't secret and I'll probably never even go to a meeting, because the idea of wearing a pin that proclaims I am part of something called "STD" is just the height of hilarity to me. But then, I think I'm enjoying that on a completely different level.

It's like having a secret clubhouse, isn't it? In fact, I would love to create some kind of society so secret that even I don't know what it's about. Seriously, it would be the most secret society ever. The Illuminated Hand of the Blessed Dawn: The Secret Society of Secret Secretness. It would be so awesome. The entire society would be devoted to figuring out what the hell we joined up for. All we would know is that we have really, really kickass handshakes and insignia and and passwords and shit. We would chalk secret symbols on brick walls and inside university stairwells. You could torture us to the death, but you'd never find out our secrets... mostly because we wouldn't know them ourselves. Hee.

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