Fleshmob

Fleshmob
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We've been seeing a lot Flashmobbing lately - silent dance parties, pillow fights, subway parties - but our favorite just might be Fleshmob. This weekend in London, a pseudo-impromptu gathering...

Jeff Squires
  • 6 april 2007


We’ve been seeing a lot Flashmobbing lately – silent dance parties, pillow fights, subway parties – but our favorite just might be Fleshmob.  This weekend in London, a pseudo-impromptu gathering of people will convene at Waterloo Bridge dressed like zombies and lurch through town savoring the utterly confused faces of uninformed bystanders.  The event organizers have informed the city and received a subtle nod of approval, but despite the irony of informing the authorities about a supposedly unplanned and spontaneous event, it’s unlikely that the impending mayhem will be any less chaotic.

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