Over 70,000 People Are Attending This Really Frickin’ Weird Facebook Event

Facebook / National Eat Pussy and Push Kids Off Their Bikes Day
Facebook / National Eat Pussy and Push Kids Off Their Bikes Day

Facebook invitations can become something of a bother. If I had a dollar for everytime I got an unwanted invite to someone’s “HELP I LOST ALL MY PHONE NUMBERS” group, or an appeal to play Candy Crush, I could retire as a rich man at 21-years-old.

But in terms of bizarre Facebook events, this thing is in a league of its own.

The event is titled National Eat Pussy and Push Kids Off Their Bikes Day, and as I write this up, it has about 73,000 people attending.

The mission of this event?

Every day, pussy goes unmunched and bikes endure the abuse of children riding them. It’s time we fix that.

The event is being hosted by Little Paper Shoes: A Collection of Bullshit, who is apparently a writer, though no amount of internet stalking could lead me to what this individual has actually written.

The page might own its existence to this meme published on FunnyJunk.com in October of 2013, which also serves as the cover photo for “writer” Little Paper Shoes:

FunnyJunk / nowitspersonal
FunnyJunk / nowitspersonal

Maybe the comments on this page will help us figure some stuff out…

Like me, people seemed to have quite a few questions

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Others Were Expounding Radical Social Views

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Some Seemed To Have Some Intense Enthusiasm

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I Think This Dude Was Just Lost

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Don’t Do Drugs, Kids

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And Finally the True Question Comes Into View

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