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10-22-2010 @ 4:27PM
They are at a convention with a costume contest that has prizes. Everyone there knows what the costumes are. How exactly does this count as "making a fool of yourself in public" at a private venue where the word of the day is geek and everyone is taking pictures because the costumes are something they like?I had a class where the final project was to show up "dressed foolishly". The winners were a pair of guys in jeans and t-shirts. The reason: "In a building full of people dressed ridiculously, the people that stood out like sore thumbs were the normals"Enioy the costumes an quit making fun of people enjoying themselves on a site dedicated to something you, yourself enjoy that would get you branded a weirdo by the norms.
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