Do you think you could remain silent while someone plucked a hair from inside your nose? Could you prevent yourself from laughing at the sight of a good friend being fed baby food while dressed in a diaper and bib? Would you be able to refrain from squealing in horror after seeing yourself made up by a person wearing a blindfold? If you answered yes to all of these questions, then you could win big on Tuesday, February 7th! Just like the popular MTV game show, we’ll be holding our own version of Silent Library (minus the vomit) in the Main Teen Center. We dare you to remain silent while you and your teammates humiliate yourselves whilst attempting outrageous and embarrassing stunts for prizes. Registration for this event is required. Reserve your spot today!
Want to participate, but you think you’d die of embarrassment? Check out these books instead:
How to Survive Anything by Rachel Buchholz
Advice on surviving natural disasters, embarrassing moments, and social situations.
by Laura Lee
Taps into our universal longing to gawk and smirk at the people who stand—or fall—for all of us.
by Tucker Shaw
Tips for dealing with the embarrassment that is the teenage years.
from the Editors of Seventeen Magazine
Delight in the humiliation of your peers!
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