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I posted in that thread with praise already, Know, so here it is again: thanks for cleaning up some of the shit.
That said, would you please consider policing some of the threads in the Lineup section? I know it's a lot of work, but god damn, dude, it's getting out of hand.
I was 9 for my first sasquatch and I loved it. Just keep you kids out of the pit. Spend most of your time on the hill and at the yeti stage, both of those places are a good enough environment for kids. The corn chips didn't matter. If people were smoking weed I always just assumed they were smoking tobacco.
Post by stumblebee on Jan 19, 2011 12:40:28 GMT -5
Also, as for any concert, I suggest you not wear your cutest "flippy floppies" if you have any intention of getting close to the main stage. Not only will they get trashed (if you can even find them after), your toes will too.
Thanks for starting this thread Catherine. I think it's a great idea. My 1 'girly' tip would be to pick up a $10 camp solar shower before the festival. I have never used the real showers at Sasquatch. Lineups are too long. Between a camp shower and a healthy supply of baby wipes you can save yourself much time and frustration trying to shower.
I steadfastly tried not to post in here, and I agree that you're a douche if you keep complaining about not being able to shower at a festival. But a girl wanting to figure out a way to get a jimmyrigged shower is much more attractive to me than one relishing in the fact that she doesn't have to.
Edit: snorlax I was in no way directing that at you. we posted that at the same time. I have no reason to believe that you relish in not having to shower.
Last Edit: Jan 20, 2011 20:11:17 GMT -5 by topspin
I never feel the real lack of personal hygiene at sasquatch until I am on the ferry going home, and realize that pretty much everyone around me has showered sometime in the last 4-5 days, and I have not. Or in last year's case, spending an hour and a half at the border trying to convince the border patrol that I am not smuggling corn chips, while they did through my dirty laundry.