Do people still do flash mobs? Are they still relevant? I hope not. What a pointless thing they were. They weren't even flash, if the meaning was to do something spontaneously, as they were well-organised affairs thought up by attention seekers. A flash mob occurred in my cabbage patch the other day. I was mightily upset about this and despite my warnings that I would soon launch cabbages at them, they ignored me and continued to gyrate to some popular tune. Why did people do them? They're awkward and distract you from getting the 5 o'clock train to East Grinstead. No more mobbing, please.
25/11/2013 07:33:57 pm
Elias, I disagree about the flash mobs. I LOVE them. They are fun, uplifting, spontaneous (sort of) and so crazy and amazing that people can forget about their troubles for a while. How could someone witness a flashmob and not feel a surge of happiness?
10/12/2013 12:45:40 pm
You're right, Celia. Large gatherings are good and a splendid moment in which to hit many people at the same time with my cabbages.
10/12/2013 04:50:15 pm
Oh, that's just wicked, Elias! :)
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