Spread The F Word

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Feb 3, 2008

New Traditions

Did you know in the Ukraine they decorate Christmas trees with spiderwebs? It's true. Why do they do it? Because somebody decided they should, and so they did. Now it's our turn.
F Minus day is a relatively new holiday and has no set traditions yet. That means it's up to us, the F Minus generation (I just made that up, and I love it), to decide how future generations will celebrate this holiday. What are your ideas? Here's a few to get you started:
On F Minus day...
-Wear a shirt from the back of your closet that you never intended on wearing again.
-Pick your favorite meal, and eat it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
-Purchase some comfortable underwear and give it to a stranger.
-Decorate your house with stuff from every holiday. (Eggs, pumpkins, mistletoe, shamrocks)
-Wear a wig.
None of these ideas are set in stone. They are just off the top of my head. I need to hear some more ideas, so tell me what you think.

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Alex said...

-Disguise ourself like the creepy old bum, go to the mall and ask kids what they eat for breakfast...

-Create a big parade in streets with car and empty McDonald's cup on top... lead by grumpy old men in wheelchair?

Timothy said...

Write F's on everything we come across. Notes, whiteboards, your child's art on the refrigerator (or anyone else's kids while visiting their house)

Make sure everyone you see or talk too doesn't forget what day it is, by shouting at them, while smiling "F you"

Spend the day speaking in interpretive dance

avi said...

I should join the F Minus fan club soon...

-Throw at least 6 paper airplanes

-wear hats made from newspapers

-eat backwards - dinner, then lunch, then breakfast (or dessert, then the meal)

Mary said...

How about we drape spider webs across the musty old comic strips taking up space on the comics page? Family Circus, Dennis the Menace... make way for the F Minus generation!