Mastodon is like that thing in pre-school where everyone holds the rainbow colored tarp thing and you throw it up and run inside
@ldopa IDK WHAT THE POINT OF THAT THING WAS BUT IT WAS SUPER FUN
@ldopa I have no idea what you're talking about
@Gargron what! It’s this:
@ldopa I have never done it and never saw it done! But my pre-school was in Russia
@Gargron is it too cold? I imagine Russia covered in snow year round
@ldopa I've worked in education for 15 years and have no idea what the point of that was.
@ldopa that was called parachute play (we literally used an old parachute) at my school and I’ll have you know we did that right up through sixth grade
@ItsTheManOnTheMoon I am jealous!
@ldopa It was offset by the awful / weird old record they would sometimes play and make us not-quite-dance along to. All I remember about it was one part where the record said "cool wave!" and everyone was supposed to do this stupid jazz-hands move and we all hated it.
@ldopa The parachute game is a great way to end a club night.
@ldopa Wow, this quality post has staying power! Yay!
@fountainofwonder I know I’m so surprised!!
I am, too. This seems to happen relatively seldom on Mastodon, in comparison to Tumblr, where we can still see "Do you love the colour of the sky?" reblogged at least once a year and joke parodies of it at least once a month.
Your post delighted me from the first readthrough and I'm glad it is thriving!
For me personally, it just evoked a rather lovely childhood memory in a very visual way, and also I think the analogy is valid.
You have done well...not only in this, but yeah, good work!! <3
@fountainofwonder that’s very true, the memes here move so quickly that posts don’t usually having staying power.
I am glad it seems to have connected with so many people! Thank you! :)
@ldopa You're most welcome! :D
@ldopa oh shit i remember those in primary school! it was so much fun and i don't know why it was
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