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The Gathering 2007

  • Sun
  • BaneTele
  • ZyXEL
  • Sennheiser
  • EA Games
  • AMT

Organised by KANDU

TG essentials

First of all, we have to say that this is a highly unofficial package list made solely for the purpose of entertainment and that it does not encourage random meanness towards others. If you decide to terrorize other participants that aren't in on the jokes themselves, we will find out and you will be terminated from the party.

There are certain essentials to a computer party that you will probably never find on the official package list (bring your X, your Y and your Z because you need them to be able to compute/sleep/eat), but that might come in handy for those long nights with your friends where you can bond in that true computer party spirit.

First of all, there's the duct tape. This is a very versatile tool that can come in handy to tape your broken computer stash together, place on the edge of your table to avoid "table sores" and of course, to duct tape your friend(s) like a mummy or to any object that you might find appropriate and not so appropriate.

Noodles. As far as I know, it is on the official package list in some shape, but it is such a brilliant source of energy and the stores in Hamar always sell out during the first day of the party, so we'll emphasize here that you should bring your own to secure supplies.

Then it's really smart to bring sandals of some sort. The author herself has some really cool ones shaped like Nemo (yes, the fish) to wear when indoors. Really people, your feet needs to rest and to "breathe" and stuff, so please don't wear your shoes all around the clock - it will smell bad.

A black marker will also always come in handy. You will want to write your name on your stuff, or maybe on the arm of that cute girl/guy you just met or maybe you will have to state a point with one of your friends and draw all over his or hers face - in other words, there are lots of uses for this wonderful tool. Again, it will be pointed that we do not encurage or will be held responsible for any mean stuff done to random participants.

In the end of the day there are stuff that's totally useless to bring, but funny none the less.

vilde - 03 April, 2007 20:26

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