At 2/12/13 12:47 AM, MrSoxfan wrote:
"Brah, I totally went under the radar and did the No Technology for five days. It's too hip to do it for just one day."
Wait, is that festie kid and hipster hybrid? I don't speak either. I'm trying to get the dialogue right in my head so I can figure out how to use hipster reverse psychology to bring more attention to this challenge. Or less attention? How does that work
OK, so the plan is, the original challenge was invented in 1877 by an 1877 hipster pretending to keep Elizabethan era culture alive without appearing too pop-trendy. The challenge was awesome and became mainstream and everyone stopped.. riding horses. It became so mainstream that it was no longer hip and so the trend died, a cancer that ate itself.
Now no one remembers any of this and it is satisfactorily obscure for the hipster-chic. For extra points, the challenge is modernized and means staying off my internet for a long duration.
Actually, that's an interesting challenge, OP. It's good to take a step back from time to time. But you can't do this if you keep coming back to reply.