Agreed. The whole situation confirms something I believe:
Humans will do _anything_ to keep from being bored.
And a group of humans who are trying to not be bored, *together*? Well, all _sorts_ of nutty thing suddenly are considered normal and even expected and assumed to somehow be important.
But I’m rarely a fan of group behavior. Get three or more people together and agreeing with each other.. and _something_ bad is gonna happen. *sigh*. Humans. I’m one of ‘em too. Oh well.