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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 137: Happiness DAY 6 (must be submitted on day 6 of the hunt). What have you done today to make someone else happy?


Comment: One of the team's sister was sitting around waiting for her to finish tasks. So I took her to teach her how to use the roller blades she had bought the day before.

Item 25: Let’s see a bad lip reading of a Supernatural episode in this style: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1w8Z0UOXVaY - Julie Reynolds

Team Popetapus

Comment: This is the 2nd year in a row GISHWHES has challenged me to improve my film editing skills! And who knew Amara had a sweet tooth? - Maddy

Item 41: Free range, grass-fed, small farm dairy cows in Northern Vermont have it rougher than most cows: the rolling hills, the verdant pastures, the way the flickering lights of summer’s fireflies mingle with the starlight, the smell of ripening raspberries wafting into their barns. Help a heifer in these dire circumstances forget her suffering. Treat a dairy cow to the most pampered milking session in human/bovine history. A minimum of three attendants must milk the cow. One person must be feeding her clover by hand as another gently milks her wearing satin gloves as another massages her gently. The attendants must be dressed in semi-formal attire. The milking must take place in a well-appointed living room.

Team RaisedFromPerdition

Comment: Many thanks to my step-grandma Mus, her neighbor Tony who supplied the cow, and our lovely cow Paula Deen from Pembrook Heritage Farm in Randolph, VT!

Item 106: Bring a basket of homemade treats (hand-knitted socks and beanies, fresh baked bread or cookies,etc.) to someone struggling to get by or living on the streets, along with a note or card of encouragement. If you would prefer not to document this item with a photo (out of respect for the recipient or for other reasons), simply document it with a written description of what you did or video describing it. This item is on the honor system. You’ll have major karma issues if you fake it.

Team InternationalIdjits

Comment: I really love giving to the homeless, but am unable to do so often. I appreciate items like this one that remind me I haven't donated in awhile.

Item 124: Submit a screenshot. Create a website, blogpost, or in-depth social media post explaining an aspect of the elusive Miss Jean Louis’ biography. - Inspired by Holli DeWees

Team Kalestiel