Has potential if continued.
Does anyone know the story behind the guys trying to take a picture of the dude wearing the horse mask? It seems like there were organized teams trying to capture his pic too?
ORGANIZED TEAMS ALL OVER THE FUCKING PLACE
I had a team too. We weren't very organized though. We did have an omelette station on Saturday and that was awesome.
did they look like this, and are you a woman? because, they may have been practicing for something much larger.
Quick team, I think he's on to us...
COMMENCE TEXTING ONE ANOTHER "STRATEGIES" FOR THE NEXT HIT
Next year, I will create a solo group of me and only me blowing on the neck of people in the Sahara, but will have a time-traveling me to tap them on the shoulder after they have turned around. Then, the "in-the-now" me will snap a super, unexpected picture, make a gif and plaster it all over Facebook. That aughta teach them to turn around twice and looked shocked. VOILA!
This is funny because at one point some guy was blowing on the back of my neck. I forget which act I was watching. But it was obviously deliberate and designed to provoke a response, or at least annoy. I ignored it and he stopped after about five minutes.
Do people really look "shocked" when they turn around after they feel someone tap on their shoulder, only to find out either a) no one is there, or b) it was an accident? I can't imagine peoples faces would be funny enough that these organized teams of people would go out of their way to get picture of them.
Dude, I think you need to try some different drugs, the ones you are doing seem to be making you incredibly self-aware and paranoid as fuck. The idea of an organized group whose sole purpose is to take photos of your face by exhaling behind you is so radically beyond the bounds of reason that I am forced to conclude that you have clinical self-esteem issues.
This is exciting I think I was victim to these tricksters! :]