Quarantine birthday parties used to be a bummer, but thanks to the GISH Insta-Party Projectile Delivery SystemTM, staying far away is no problem! ‘Launch’ a virtual birthday party including a present and a decorated cake or cupcake to the Birthday Person (in person, at least 12 feet away).
Anxiety and stress are at a new high due to the pandemic. People deal with stress differently but we all need to be doing something, and right now we should be doing a lot more of it. Show us one thing you do to manage your stress – for example, squeezing a stress ball. But do that thing so furiously that just watching your video stresses me out. (Of course, now you can’t do that suggestion. Sorry…)
Everyone working from home claims that their pets are their new ‘co-workers’, but were they ever properly interviewed for the position? Conduct a Zoom job interview with a friend’s pet for a new position within your household.
You know those videos where they pass around an object to a few different people and they each demonstrate a different imaginary or real use of that object? No? Well, it’s epic, but we can’t remember the name of it. Let’s “next level” this and do it on Zoom with some or all of your teammates. Virtually “pass” a ‘Foliage Crown or Hat’ around on zoom. Each headpiece must be different and they all must be wearable. The first person to pass something should just be handing off a handful of weeds. Every person thereafter should “receive” a different headpiece, put it on, take it off and ‘pass’ it to the next person in the Zoom.
One convenient place to watch all our YouTube submissions from the GISH 1-Day Play-at-Home Scavenger Hunt series!
Since we can no longer give each other big, warm, cuddly hugs, it’s time we invent the official hug or hug routine of social distancing. Props, noises, physical impossibiliites… they are all welcome. Let’s see two people warmly “embracing” each other with “the new COVID hug” (obviously from a distance of at least 6 feet).
TIMELAPSE. I recently let my children take the reins on my personal grooming and I’ve never felt better about not being able to go outside among other people. They say misery loves company, so now it’s your turn: let the youngest person in your household that’s old enough to use scissors cut your hair and document the experience. (Don’t advise them. After all, they’re the expert.)
Time for the annual Howl at the Zoom. 8 PM PT! Be there. Join the Head Wolf & Misha Collins for a howling good time! Then submit a video of your global howl- or if you missed it, send us your best lone wolf howl.
Here comes the airplane! A child feeding an adult soup, pudding, or cereal using CDC-recommended distancing guidelines of at least 6 feet away – the longer the “spoon,” the better.