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January 6, 2008

Scavenger Hunt


Morris Keesan: This one, for me, is a combination of LOL and Eeewwww

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  1. This is funny! Since there are several different varieties of these scavenger hunts, and some require you to bring back actual objects, I shudder to think what they’re after. Nobody has a bag so maybe it’s not “that” kind. Others you have to get a picture with something to identify it as current, i.e., that day’s newspaper or an object specific for that purpose, but nobody seems to have a camera. I did one once where they gave us a rubber chicken to be placed in all the shots. Sometimes they are melded with geochaching, which nobody seems to do anymore. They can be fun, but we were NEVER sent to a morgue…. hahaha OK, so why does the one boy seems to have his hand in the back of the other boy…like he’s Charlie McCarthy or he’s holding a gun on him, or are they are into PDA with a girl to chaperone?

    Comment by Lola — January 6, 2008 @ 12:35 pm

  2. This is unny for another reason — it is a pun on the word scavenger — as in something that preys on dead things. A morgue is the most likely place for a scavenger hunt.

    Comment by Nicole — January 6, 2008 @ 5:06 pm

  3. I thought of the bit in Family Guy when Peter says people will do anything for a beautiful person.

    My Anatomy teacher geocached and that was in ’04-’05.

    I remember seeing a piece of paper attached to what passes for a landmark around here that was part of a church scavenger hunt. And a radio station does a sorta scavenger hunt in December, where you follow the clues to find the “Jingle Bell Rock”.

    Comment by Kaitlyn — January 6, 2008 @ 7:36 pm


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