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Gishwhes Hall of Fame 2014

Welcome to the world’s weirdest, wildest, most beautiful and strange images and videos from the
Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen!

The submissions below were selected by Fegvepians, Misha and the Judges to be the best of the best of Gishwhes 2014. Enjoy exploring the weirdness! Browse through them, or click on an item number to see the top submissions.

Item 37: IMAGE. “When I grow up, I want to be...” Have a child dress up as what they want to be when they grow up (lawyer, doctor, ballerina, dragon-slayer, etc.). Then stage the photo in the environment they would be working in.

Team India-RussiaLovesRebelAngel

Comment: My little brother aspires to be a fighter pilot when he grows up, I think he's seen Top Gun one too many times. -Sydney

Item 79: VIDEO. Visit an orphanage, a children’s hospital or a juvenile detention center dressed as Cookie Monster and distribute cookies to the children living there. - Voldie Quirell

Team SuperWhoLock

Item 76: IMAGE. In case the show needs cast replacements, dress up two barnyard animals like SPN characters (you may not harm the animals).

Team RaisedFromPerdition

Comment: Until GISHWHES, I had never put a tie on a chicken. My life has changed for the better. -Alexa

Item 137: IMAGE. Lots of new Internet shorthand has evolved: “LOL,” “IMHO,” “OMFG” Come up with the meaning for the Internet abbreviation IDGHP and use it in social media. If you get it to catch on, extra points.

Team cassgetoutofmyassLovesRedbullinourCoffeeLovescactusbox

Item 180: IMAGE. Complete workable architectural drawings for a beautiful, 9 foot by 9 foot, post and beam, open-air tea house of redwood construction. The tea house is to be built on an existing 9'X9' concrete pad. The structure must be designed to be comfortable and accessible to humans, must require no plumbing or electrical, have no doors (just an open entrance), and instead of windows, just openings. Design must call for no nails or screws, only mortises, tenons and pegs (with steel bolts to tie it to the slab).

Team PuddingPiratesLovesLADYBROS