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GISH Hall of Fame 2022 - Book Bash

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 2022 - Book Bash. Enjoy exploring the weirdness! Browse through them, or click on an item number to see the top submissions.

Item 103: (UP TO 30 SECONDS) If there’s anything TikTok loves, it’s a Dickensian dance craze. Show us how to do the "Oliver Twist!" Then, post it to TikTok or Reels tagged #GISH #BookBash, and #OliverTwist. Submit your original video plus a link to your post in comments. Book Recommendation

Team Mishap

Comment: Link to TikTok post: https://vm.tiktok.com/TTPdabwfe5/

Item 50: Don’t you hate it when you’re trying to reaDd, but your hands are full? Get the new GISHCorp BookSpecs! Create a pair of glasses that are modified to hold an open book at just the right distance in front of your face, no matter what you’re doing. Bonus points if it includes a hands-freEe page turner.

Team BobsNotOurUncleLovesWhichWayIsNorth?

Item 64: Sunday is Mother’s Day in the UK! We know how your mom loves to keep a good book on hand, so let’s help her out: paint your mom’s fingernails with her favorite books on each nail. Bonus points if your nail art incCorporates a tiny real book and she can turn the pages. Bonus points if you also paint her toenails with footnotes.

Team WaywardSunshines

Item 55: In the original movie, the Ghostbusters tried to capture a spectral librarian at the New York Public Library. They faileEd, and now she’s haunting your library. Show us proof that she’s still at work. — Inspired by Monica D.

Team GriffwishInMyTardis

Comment: Get Her!

Item 53: Some places are inaccessible to people with disabilities, and that’s not writTe. Find an area in your community that needs an accessibility makeover, then create a poster explaining the problem with a QR code to a petition lobbying for accessibility. Post it by the offending location and after the HHunt, bring it to your local legislators or business owner and fight to get the change made. - Rachel M.

Team jellygishMINIfinger