Flash mob takes over farmers market
Dancers appear from out of nowhere to amuse vendors and shoppers at a California farmers market.
Sat, Aug 07 2010 at 12:03 PM
The first time I heard about a flash mob was on “Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution.” Jamie was trying to drum up interest for his cause on a college campus, and he used a dancing flash mob to get everyone’s attention.
Watch as a flash mob entertains at Marin Farmers Market
in California. This should brighten up your Monday.
A flash mob, according to Urban Dictionary
, is “a group of people who appear from out of nowhere, to perfom predetermined actions, designed to amuse and confuse surrounding people. The group performs these actions for a short amount of time before quickly dispersing. Flash mobs are often organised through email and/or newsgroup postings.”
If being part of a flash mob sounds fun, you can check out flashmob.com
. People post dates and times for flash mob activity. In fact, according to the site, a group is trying to organize a laughing flash mob at the Bellingham, Wash., farmers market
on Sept. 18. They hope to get the market laughing for thirty seconds straight.
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