Anonymous asked: I'd like to join you for GISHWHES - oh wow my phone just finished it for me so you know I type it too much lol- but I've never done it before and I'm a little scared. I'm super shy so doing all these crazy ass tasks would be way out of my comfort zone. Plus there is no one- and I mean no one- who lives anywhere near me to help me power thru even one or two. I'd be too afraid to do it alone. What do you think I should do?
I totally understand. I have some pretty bad social anxiety. I have a lot of people around me who are doing it so I can see why you’d be scared to do it alone but you’re not really alone. That’s the point of the team! We may be miles away but we’re all in this together. We have a facebook group for our team so we’re all always on the same page and we update/help each other every step of the way.
There are even some things on the list that you can do alone like artistic items and things like the “teddy bear hostage situation” which I did alone (got some old bears from the Salvation Army for like 25 cents and a toy gun and set up a scene in my basemen). There are many ways to contribute. Really, it’s so fun and crazy it might even help bring you out of your shell. :)
There are open spots on my GISHWHES team. It’s TeamFreeWill and I really don’t want to be smushed with another team simply because the name is perfect and I don’t want it to be changed. Anyone wanna join? We’re pretty nice.
The GISHWHES list goes live in 10 days…and somewhere in Vancouver, two large, badass men have begun to lie awake at night in cold sweat wondering if the pies were worth it.
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