Engadgator screenshot A group of friends, some of whom were all in their teens or early twenties, gathered for a weekend of making fun of each other’s stickers.
We started off by making a cute sticker for each other.
“It’s just a sticker,” one of them said.
“And that’s it.”
“I’ll be the first to admit that stickers aren’t very practical for anything else,” one said.
But the fun of it was contagious.
Everyone laughed at the goofy stickers, but they also made the group a little more sociable.
It was easy to get together, and everyone was able to talk about a wide range of subjects.
Even if you’re not into stickers, the whole experience was fun, and that’s what counts.
When you’re a kid and you’re spending all your free time playing video games, or just looking for something to do on the weekends, a group of adults is the perfect setting for making some real life connections.
They can be a source of friendship, or they can be just another annoyance.
In this example, you can see that the stickers are designed to get people talking, but it’s the actual stickers themselves that really get the group talking.