Tasks / Table For Two, Tack
Have a candlelight dinner at IKEA. See how long it takes the staff to notice you.
Record the reaction customers have to you, if any. Discuss why you chose the dining room set-up that you did. Photograph yourself having dinner, complete with descriptions of the food you served.
Extra points for using non-plastic tableware and food not from a take-out place. Candles are not optional.
2 to 6 players
In the zone of: Humanitarian Crisis
Created by Chachi
5 completed :: 10 in progress
Interested in collaborating on this: (no one yet!)
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