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GISH Hall of Fame 2020 April Mini Hunt

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

The submissions below were selected by HARSHers, Misha and the Judges to be the best of the best of GISH 2020 April Mini Hunt. Enjoy exploring the weirdness! Browse through them, or click on an item number to see the top submissions.

Item 13: Remember Tom Hanks in "Castaway"? Remember Wilson the volleyball? Well, we're all going through something similar now. We're alone and WE ARE LOSING OUR MINDS. We've started talking to household objects. We've started dressing them up and giving them names. Show us your new quarantine friend.

Team SuperWhoLocks



Item 22: Use household items (books, boxes, kitchen utensils, anything...) to create one of the natural or man-made wonders of the world and take a selfie in front of it as if you're a tourist. Feel free to use forced perspective to speak to its majestic grandeur.

Team NiceToMishaBatCrusaders

Comment: He never even saw the shark behind him! By Jennie Lannette.



Item 51: A lot of LGBTQ+ people are sheltering-in-place with people who don't accept them as they are, which makes an already difficult situation even more isolating. Show them that though they are physically isolated right now, they are not alone: post a photo of yourself holding up a sign with a message of support which also includes contact numbers to organizations for support in case they need help. Submit the photo with a link to your social media post tagged #LGBeTogether and #GISH.

Team Corona-Ritas

Comment: Link to social media: https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10222435603261607&set=a.1142049154135&type=3&theater This is the message I would want to hear myself.



Item 15: While so many of us are stuck at home, we might as well use our newfound time at home to work on ourselves and develop new skills to keep us marketable in an uncertain economy. With this in mind, learn to balance something on your chin for 20 seconds - a yardstick, a broom, a piece of a towel rack... or even something longer. Impress us! (Hint: Longer things are usually easier to balance. Don't break any windows.)

Team JunklessJefferson!

Comment: I'm sorry it's in portrait mode. I had to do it to get the whole rake. In case you can't see the rake reads: GiSH



Item 19: (UP TO 2 MINUTES) Find a senior citizen (a relative or a stranger) living in a residential care facility for a child to interview via videoconference or telephone with at least 5 of the following questions, as well as any other questions the child wants to add. Then, the child must draw a picture based on the interview and share it with them. Send us a video showing the child interviewing the person and the drawing. QUESTIONS:
  • Where is your favorite place in the world that you have visited?
  • What is your favorite color?
  • What is your favorite ice cream flavor?
  • What is your favorite game or sport?
  • What are your kids' name if you have oany?
  • If you had one food to bring to a desert island, what would it be?
  • If you could have one superpower, what would it be and why?
  • If you could be any age right now, what would it be and why?
  • If you could tell the President one thing, what would it be?
  • When you were a kid, what job or type of chores did you want to have?
  • Tell me about a time someone did something kind for you... what was it? how did it make you feel?
  • What was it like living through a war compared to living through this pandemic?
  • Did you ever get in trouble as a kid, if so what did you do and what was the punishment?
  • What was the happiest time period in your life?
  • Who was your best friend when you were growing up? What would you do together?
  • What were some of your favorite hobbies -when you were younger and now
--Hank, age 10, from Bellingham, WA

Team Stupid&Contagious

Comment: My 9 yr old daughter interviewed (and drew a portrait of) a wonderful 95 year old woman from our church community who lives in a residential care facility, who she's never gotten to talk to before. It was a lovely conversation!