Just don’t wear pink.

30 Nov

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Julia told me about a Rubik’s Cube themed party she once attended. Unlike solving an actual Rubik’s Cube, the rules are simple. Guests wear mix-matched clothing that they’re willing to part with. Each item should be a solid color matching one of the six sides of a Rubik’s Cube: yellow, white, red, orange, blue or green. Guests swap articles during the party and aim to leave in a solid color outfit. In my opinion, the advantages (colorful, nerdy, awesome) outweigh the obvious logistical challenges (guests of varying sizes, partial nakedness, sweat stains).

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