Pillowlando 2014: Public pillow fighting madness

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To celebrate International Pillow Fight Day, some magically fantastic Orlando residents have decided to host an super-cool orgy of pillow-fighting madness. Rules are as follows:

Fight Featherless - feather pillows can make a feathery mess – also, some people are allergic Fight Nice – it's a pillow fight, dummy. Fight in Style – we strongly encourage costumes Fight Safe – if you can break it or lose it, don't bring it. Keep jewelry, watches, mobile devices, and the like off the battlefield. That stuff can scratch you or others while you swing that pillow wildly. Fight Fit– hydrate, stretch, rest when you need to. Pillow fighting is harder than you think. Fight Family Friendly – there'll be kids in the mix, do your bit to make it fun for all.

People will rally at 4:30 p.m. but the fight begins at 5:00 p.m. sharp and it's over at 5:30 p.m. When the event is over, stop hitting people. Don't be an asshole. The event is synched with other pillow fights in our time zone so don't miss your chance to be part of the movement y'all.

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