Everyone's doing it. Okay, a lot of people are doing it, but not everyone. Twitter users are tweeting that they're turning their picture green in support of saving the environment.
Wait, for once we're going green and it's NOT about global warming?
Ah, so it's in defiance of the shenanigans occurring during the Iran election. What this will apparently do is cause a chain reaction in Tehran, wherein election officials with green monochrome computer monitors will try logging onto Twitter and see all the citizens of the world with green-shaded avatars. The amount of green on the computer will overload the motherboards, causing nonlethal explosions of democratic proportions. The real winner of the Iran election will then be revealed. (Spoiler: It's Adam Lambert.)
But we have much more work to do. Here are some other ways you can promote the cause:
• Change your computer to Iran's time zone (+4:30 GMT)
• Write only in Persian
• Drape a Pakistani flag over your neighbor's mailbox, and an Iraqi flag over your other neighbor's front porch
• Cast as many votes for whoever the guy's name is — no, not the batshit crazy one, the other one
• Become addicted to amphetamines, or "greenies"
• Change your PIN to 4726 (I-R-A-N)
• Start a Facebook group supporting the Iran election
• Join three other Facebook groups supporting the Iran election (or you will never find out who your true love is)
• Change your Facebook local network to Tehran
• If you are Lee Greenwood or Toby Keith, write a jingoistic song
• If you are Avril Lavigne, please don't write any more songs (actually, this one has nothing to do with Iran. Please just stop making music)
• Grow a neckbeard
• Learn semaphore, stand on your rooftop and signal "HELP IRAN"
• Buy Persian rugs
• Capture and raise a baby Persian leopard
• Paint your house green
• Paint your baby green
• Eat only the green jellybeans in your stash of secret jellybeans that you hide from your loved ones
• Condemn the 1990s kids game show Nickelodeon G.U.T.S for not having any green contestants
• Mindlessly accept any other suggestions that Iran election advocates think up
• Cease thinking about Iran once the craze dies downPowered by Sidelines