Vancouver Scavenger Hunt

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1st Annual Vancouver Scavenger Hunt: April 21, 2007 10:30am to 1:30pm


Fee: $5 dollars


Money will go to prizes, food, and overall goodtime. If you are unable to pay the high fee then we can work out a payment plan (Get your head out of the gutter. Actually for this event, your head should be in the gutter).



Equipment: Digital Camera


Don’t worry if you don’t have a camera, someone in your team might have one. If you don’t have a digital camera please let me know. I would also want to add: shirt, shoes, and pants to the equipment list just for the nudists who are participating in this event.



Location: Downtown Vancouver


The Scavenger Hunt will take place in and around the core of Downtown Vancouver. The meeting place for the event will be sent to you closer to the date of the event.



Rules: Teams of four (two males and two females) have to acquire all the items on a pre-determined list. The fastest team to acquire the items and brings it to the judge(s) within the allotted time will be awarded the Best Scavenger Team ever and be envied by their peers. Biting, kicking, and spitting are banned from this event since we are in public space.



Contact: Please let me know if you are interested.


Loichic@hotmail.com Telephone #: 604-518-4288.




Volunteers are needed to help make this event the best it can be. Please Contact Cuong Loi at loichic@hotmail.com if you want to volunteer your time and ideas.



Warning: This activity is not for the faint of heart, people with morals and values, and individuals who see politics in their future.



Acclaim for Van-Cuong-Ver Scavenger Hunt


“The last time I got a good time for 5 dollars was when I was 8 years old behind my old elementary school.” Creepy Old Guy



“I love to be part of any first An[nu]al event.” Big Schlong Don-Adult Entertainer



“For a good time, call 604-518-4288” Women’s Washroom-Vancouver Library



“Hot pants, hot sauce, hot weather…this Scavenger Hunt is smokin'.” Your Grandma



“It’s better than scavenging for garbage behind a McDonalds.” Racoon and Friends