Every time you get an e-mail reminding you about Give to the Max Day, take a drink.
Every time you’re asked on Wednesday to schedule a donation for Thursday, schedule a drink for Thursday.
Every time you see the word “maximize,” take a drink.
Every time you get invited to Give to the Max Day as a Facebook event, take a drink.
Every time a nonprofit apologizes for asking you to donate on Give to the Max Day, but asks anyway, take a drink.
Every time you see a mention of a Golden Ticket, take a drink.
Every time you see a reference to Oompa-Loompas, take a little drink.
Every time you get an ask mentioning how much the nonprofit has to be thankful for this year, eat some grapes from your cornucopia and drink a plastic glass of box wine.
If #GTMD12 starts trending, start chugging.
Every time you get an ask containing two or more mentions of the word “community,” take a sip of a friend’s drink.
Every time you get a solicitation call from a current student at a school you graduated from, shotgun a beer.
Every time you see a connection made between donating to a cause and growing facial hair, finish that lukewarm PBR.
If nonprofit staff whose jobs have nothing to do with the arts sing or dance in a video to encourage you to donate, drink until you can’t see or hear them any more.
Every time you give to the max, take a shot.
Every time you give, but not to the max, take a Jell-O shot.
Every time you give to the Twin Cities Media Alliance, buy us a drink. Thanks, y’all!