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Gishwhes Hall of Fame 2016

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 2016. Enjoy exploring the weirdness! Browse through them, or click on an item number to see the top submissions.

Item 136: Happiness DAY 5 (must be submitted on day 5 of the hunt). What have you done today to make someone else happy?

Team galeech

Comment: The best way to beat the heat is to do it together.

Item 131: Time-lapse this submission to 20 seconds or less. 3-D printers are really cool. But who really needs another little keychain printed out of plastic? It is time to get creative with the materials used to print your next copy of the head of a Balrog. Show us a 3-D printer that prints with cheese (or Silly String, or toothpaste, or Play-Doh, etc…) - Dave Lavery

Team LusciousLucifers

Comment: The Balrog's face didn't quite turn out as detailed as I'd like in pancake form, but he was delicious nonetheless.

Item 45: Isn’t it great to get your friends and family together for the holidays?! But it’s so hard! Sometimes all you can manage is getting everyone together for one holiday a year. But then you have to choose a holiday, and that’s so hard, too! Wait a minute... not if you decide to celebrate ALL holidays in that one night! Let’s see that night. - Inspired by Nicole Bowman

Team TheMightyShiggles

Comment: Christmas tree Easter Bunny New Years Eve Dia de los muertos 420 Day May the Fourth Melbourne Cup Chinese New Year decorations Halloween AFL Grand Final Friday Australia Day Valentines Day

Item 150: Those moving sidewalks at the airport are treadmills, and you never exercise without your ipod, short shorts, a tank top and matching head and wristbands.

Team Badwolfbay

Comment: Time to get schwifty.

Item 167: Justin Guarini can be a "Lil Sweet" at times: http://www.dietdrpepper.com/?gclid=Cj0KEQjwwry8BRDjsbjMpPSDvagBEiQA5oW0nCKHz838Mz7MBDeTb_x_W9puq-FTaSHe9wyyAv2TwHcaAjEq8P8HAQ Using nothing but forced perspective and a disproportionately large, “weird, unusual or scary” object that you wouldn’t want to be smaller than, make yourself look tiny.

Team DoOrDoNot