If this event turns out the way that the event creator thinks it will, St. Cloud State's Atwood Memorial Center will be full of pointing Spider-Men. The event, which is now Facebook official is scheduled for this Wednesday afternoon.
The event's creator, Ian F, posted about the event before creating one, on the St. Cloud, MN Area Community Page, and that is where I originally saw it.
Hey everyone, if you havehave a Spider-man costume or know someone who does.
I am going to be organizing a Pointing Meme meet-up event outside of Atwood Memorial Center on SCSU's campus next Wednesday from 4:00-5:30. This time works out best since most students are done with their classes by then.
If we can get enough people, I want to send it to Saint Cloud Times and WJON. See if we can make the front cover or get an article about it.
This is for all who wish to participate and we'll get some funny photos. Since Halloween's closing in Spider-man costumes are heavily available at most places.
This is the perfect time to recreate the meme.
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I also want to see if I can make this a regular thing and see if there's some charity opportunity as well. This is my first time doing this so I'm still planning out the details for that.
Feel free to message me for details. This is for all ages for anyone who loves Spider-Man as much as I do. Alot of people have Spider-man costumes.
The meme highlights "relatable moments in which two people have some shared experience or similar trait in common, or in moments where someone is accusing someone else for something they themselves are guilty of. The meme has become essentially become a modern-day Spider-Man-themed version of "the pot calling the kettle black"."
So far there are only 7 people who've shown interest in the event with only 1 person committed to coming.
So will we see Atwood crawling with pointing people dressed as Spider-Man, I guess we will just have to see how Wednesday goes.
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