I'm pretty positive there's some homework that I should be doing right now. But instead, I will blog. I'm sick of homework. But that's not the point of this post. I want to tell you about an incredibly creative and entertaining party I went to last Friday. It was a Facebook in Real Life Party. Seriously. We got there and had to create a Facebook profile with a t-shirt! Let me give you an idea through these pics of my shirt:
So this is my Facebook profile...it's got my name and status and my relationship status and available to chat icon...notice the like button stickers too. :D Also my dear sister was kind enough to write some Facebook spam on it too.
We added friends by talking to an admin. I'd request somebody and they'd run off and find that person and say, "Brooke has sent you a friend request. Do you accept or ignore?" Most people accepted except one mean Badger who didn't want any friends. Then the admin would write the name of your new friend on your sleeve. I had quite a good number of friends. Sometimes the admins complained that I was crashing the system.
People could write on our "walls." My favorite was a picture shared of a chameleon doing a dance in a slaughter house. Yes, very original.
They had some other Facebook-y things like layout changes (you had to wear your shirt backwards) and ads (I'm not totally sure why so many admins wanted to give me ads. Some people didn't have any. But I felt special. After all, who doesn't want to advertise for Mormon.org and Old Spice?!)
They had other activities like pin the like sticker on Mark Zuckerberg and throw darts at Google+ and they had a bonfire burning MySpace logs. We also had a dance party outside. And the hosts served hot Kool-aid and popcorn, a staple in that household. If you don't get the hot Kool-aid thing, I'll be happy to enlighten you. Overall it was a super fun time! Mark Zuckerberg would be proud.