Earlier this year, I was shown a video entitled "Where the Hell is Matt?", where a man by the name of Matt Harding went to cities all over the world and just danced. He danced a silly dance for his video camera, and people joined him in his dance. It was made to show how even though the world's cultures are so incredibly different, we're all still human.
Through Homestuck, I've made friends all over the world, in faraway places like Bulgaria, New Zealand, Iceland, Australia, Croatia, various American states, and even some that live in the same city as me (Toronto, Canada). My question to you is this: Why don't we do that sort of thing?
Homestuck is not just a fandom, it's a family that spans all the way around the world. We fight, we share, we laugh, we love, and I'm pretty sure we can dance. Why don't we all get together in cities around the world, record ourselves dancing, and put all the clips together? Could this not be the big thing we of the fandom do to celebrate the webcomic, the cultural phenomenon, that we all love so much? Is this not a great way to thank Hussie for all the work he's done just for us?
I'll admit, I do not have the editing skills required for such a task, but I know I have the idea, and the heart to go through with it, so long as others are willing to as well.
So fandom, what do you say?
Do you want to try this?