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donate to japan?

Here are some ways you can help:


I will be quite honest with you, I have NO idea what to make of groupon....it's quite confusing to me. nonetheless, this is cool!


I know you are probably thinking

Brittany this is stupid
if I wanted to donate money I would do it on my own means
it's not doing that much
WHY SHOULD I DONATE

well:

for 1 dollar I will let out an embarrassing fact about myself on the internet.
for 2 dollars I will call you on the phone
FOR 3 DOLLARS I WILL COME TO YOUR NEXT SOCIAL FUNCTION AS YOUR GIRLFRIEND

DO IT
DO IT
DO IT



p.s. I have the groupon app for my phone
even though I'm still really lost on what to do with it.

p.p.s. I know this isn't much, but you know.

Comments

  1. I want to get a big group of people together, watch Lost in Translation and make cards for the people in hospitals in Japan. so they know we're truly thinking about them, even a world away. you know?

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  2. can we just send them photos of ScarJo to ease their pain?

    seriously, my coolest interpals friend is from Japan. :( :( :( THEY ARE SUCH COOL PEOPLE

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  3. thank you for posting that song,
    It sounds rather fantastic.

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