Kate’s party was a fake

This past weekend, one poor woman from Adelaide, Australia named Kate Miller found that 10,000, then 30,000, then 50,000 people had RSVPed for a private birthday party event she’d created on Facebook, to be held on May 1st — but neglected to set to “private.”

Kates-party

Read all about how it was faked by David Thorne.

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5 thoughts on “Kate’s party was a fake”

  1. I don’t think it was faked – Kate Miller is a real person, the event was real, its just that one guy got a ton of people to say they would attend.

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  2. It’s the same guy who tried to pay a bill with a drawing of a spider. All the funniest people seem to come out of Adelaide! It must be their weird water down there.

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  3. Yep, our water is pretty weird … but cleaner than it used to be. We were once one of just two cities in the world where ships refused to take on water (the other being Port Said in Egypt). We all have rain water tanks, however, so our drinking water is just fine. And now the water is clean enough that we can see the bottom of the bath when it is full 🙂

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