Upon instruction, her class put away their hula hoops and showed us their latest hip hop routine. We visited a horse farm, or what was advertised as a horse farm. Pig-riding sounds kind of fucked up, but it was incredible. I directed everyone to the Red Cross Community Store where we purchased an ’80s board game called Olympigs (tiny pig catapults and high jump bars included).We learnt every step and even got to practice somersaults from mini trampolines onto crash mats as the kids looked on in confusion. We met a family who lived in an old wooden house, the mum allowed us to meet their animals including a super large girl pig named Sweetpea. It was here we chose the look for our future band’s album cover.
If you don't like the person you meet, just press "Skip" again and then you are instantly connected to another random stranger., a short documentary filmed in ’96 that was uploaded to You Tube in 2013.The film follows teen sisters Amber and Harper as they go about high school life in Los Angeles.The siblings are bold, speaking with a unique confidence about their experiences as riot grrls.The message is timeless but it’s one that hits you right in the gut when being explored by eloquent, witty and often hilarious 13 year olds: “Be yourself, and don’t let negativity from others affect your lifestyle and how you share your essence with the world.” I was super jazzed when the now-adult Amber got in touch.And that’s how the concept of chatroulette was formed!