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Tips: Use only sheets with a thread count higher than 1,200. Don’t forget to bring your foot spa and towel warmer. Make sure you can properly control the temperature at all times; no one likes runny gelato.
Tips: Pan flutes and spoons are light and packable, whereas the banjo and harp are best suited for a larger, more lively crowd. Extra points for making your own instruments from twigs and rocks and stuff.
Tips: Once, I saw a guy kayaking in a tie, and I asked him "Where's the funeral?" Then, he started crying as he opened a little plastic bag, and poured some dead fish into the lake. I'm such a jerk sometimes.
Tips: This one is so dumb and if someone actually does it, we'll also send you a special prize.
Tips: Provide us with your trail and a photo at the start and finish to earn this badge.
Tips: A guy once told me you can start a fire instantly with steel wool and a battery. Haven't tried it yet, but he's probably lying.
Tips: Go big or go home. Chances are you'll only have one shot to pull this off before you get your lift pass taken away. That's what happened to Blane.
Tips: Although it's not required, we suggest also wearing a powdered whig, if possible. And spelling whig with an "h".
Tips: Start with a creamy lobster bisque and a salad with field greens, goat cheese, and candied pecans. Next, enjoy a nice sorbet palette cleanser. Then, move on to a veal osso bucco. Wrap everything up with a creme brulee or a flourless chocolate torte.
Tips: There's really no way we will know if you spent the night or not, but you’ll know, and can you really live with yourself as a phony?
Tips: Once you've done this you're totally allowed to brag about it to everyone because you are now an official bad ass.
Tips: We also suggest wearing your hair in braids and eating twigs and berries.