Meet the love of your life on Saturday at the Walk of Love Scavenger Hunt for vegan singles! »
Are you lonely? Are you single? Do you enjoy doing stuff during the daylight hours? Guess what! There’s a vegan singles scavenger hunt in San Francisco on Saturday! You have to go and then tell me everything, because I will be at work, swimming in pools of vegan buttercream, trying not to die of a diabetic coma (frosting is soooo good).
It’s like Hunger Games for singles right? Except not at all? (I just imagine the adults who went to see Hunger Games also like scavenger hunts.) You’ll meet another vegan who likes sci-fi, group activities, talking to strangers, and playing Apples to Apples during parties! I prefer to show off my interpretive dances to pop songs at parties, but maybe that’s why I’m so very single all of the time.
Go ahead. Go meet your soulmate on Saturday, but make sure to invite me to the wedding as thanks for filling you in about this event! It’s like I so often say, “Always a wedding guest, never even a bridesmaid!” Let me tell you, this is a shame; I look amazing in bridesmaid dresses!
Farm Sanctuary’s Walk for Farm Animals NEEDS YOU! »
The Berkeley chapter of Farm Sanctuary’s Walk for Farm Animals needs walkers to raise money and awareness by busting out their walking/running/dancing (hey! why not!) shoes! It’s a great way to meet other (crazy? non-crazy? it’s a crap shoot!) vegans, get some exercise (WHAT’S THAT! WHO’S HE!?), and raise money for an awesome cause.
I know, you wish it was a bakesale/walk to a/nother/bakesale but we can only fatten you so much. Wait, hold the phone, how amazing would that be? One Faturday we need bakesales stationed along the city, and you run between then, replenishing with cupcakes instead of water. OMG GENIUS. First person to not die, wins! Kinda like the vegan Hunger Games.* Kinda. Until then, make it happen at the Walk for Farm Animals. C’mon, do it for Kim Gordon (CLICK THAT FOR A SURPRISE!).
*I wanted to link to Meave’s review of The Hunger Games on goodreads here because it’s so delightful but I couldn’t figure it out. STUPID INTERNET! STUPIDER LAURA! However, if you know what’s good for you (or just want to find your next favorite book, or learn about Agatha Christie’s entire [Ed.: mystery] canon—from fully sane racist to fully demented racist, or just read the best book reviews ever), check her out.