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Massive Messy Game of Twister and Water Fight in Dolores Park

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Just got invited to this on Facebook. While it may be a bit irresponsible during the epic water crisis California is in, it sounds pretty fucking awesome. Also, not to be too much of whiny Jewish mother, but I do hope they put a tarp down so that the paint in the Twister game doesn’t get all over the grass.  If you do decide to take part at least spend the rest of your time conserving water using our Guerrilla Water Conservation Tips (Greywater water balloons anyone?).

Anyways, here’s the info I’m copying and pasting from the FB invite:

We’re setting up a massive game of Twister in Dolores Park. It’s no ordinary game. We’ll have paint on each circle while people on the outside can throw water balloons and shoot squirt guns.

INVITE YOUR FRIENDS and lets make this the biggest game of messy twister ever played at Dolores Park!

WHAT TO BRING: Clothes you don’t mind getting dirty, any extra squirtguns and water balloons.

PRICE: Suggested donation $5

Contact Person: Ryan Scott Lum


Massive Messy Twister and Water Fight
Sunday 8/3
Dolores Park

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1 Comment

  1. SFEvl1
    July 22, 2014 at 12:09 pm — Reply

    dumb hipsters

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