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Hardly Strictly Normal Behavior: A Festival Scavenger Hunt 

Wednesday, Oct 2 2013

- Shirtless hippie dancing

- Shirtless hippie dancing ... in a tree!

- A glass bong longer than your forearm

- Drunk person crying and/or throwing up before 3 p.m.

- Patagonia-wearing couple drinking white wine out of real glasses

- Awkward making out

- Dirty hippie kids carrying their own musical instruments (bonus if one is a banjo)

- Performer onstage quipping about how "it sure smells good out there"

- Exasperation with giving away single cigs leading to actually selling them

- Pack of teenagers passing around a full-size bottle of liquor

- Unironic cowboy hat-wearing

- John Muir/Walt Whitman beard

- Naked people dancing/smoking pot/playing Frisbee

- Someone begging you to let them cut in the bathroom line

- Bike locked high up in a tree

- Drinking boxed wine out of the box

- Too much psychedelics

- Marina bros in their cowboy Halloween costumes

- People making emotive faces with their eyes closed

- People walking barefoot in a place where you shouldn't walk barefoot

- A juggler

- Slacklining

- People begging for weed

- Someone selling tallboys of shitty beer for a lot of money

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