You are standing in the bank and Holding Out for a Hero comes on because the bank manager has a real hard-on for Bonnie Tyler. This sound track is unusual and somewhat inappropriate for a bank of this distinction but the regional manager doesn’t come around this branch very often so it’s pretty easy to get away with it.
Anyway you start dancing because that’s what you do when you hear your favorite song and if it isn’t then damn, dude, like, lighten up a little. Shit.
So you’re there dancing in line and you move up to the teller because it’s your turn and she asks what she can help you with. This is awesome because it lines up perfectly with the first chorus and you shout “I need a HERO!” in sync with Bonnie and it fucking rules so much she starts singing with you.
People behind you in line roll their eyes because their hearts are filled with bullshit and old dead cats and no one wants to be around them anyway.
You climb up onto the counter and keep dancing your lil’ heart out. The teller hops up with you and you dance together until the song ends.
You and the teller gaze longingly into each other’s eyes. She says she’s never felt this way about a customer before; something about the way you danced has made her think of you as more than just a weekly deposit. You ask her if she’ll marry you and she says she can’t do that.
It’s against policy.