International Pillow Fight Day is Saturday, April 4. So don't be surprised if you're walking downtown and feathers start flying.
The official Pillow Fight Day website does outline some general rules:
+ Soft pillows only!
+ Swing lightly, many people will be swinging at once.
+ Do not swing at people without pillows or with cameras.
+ Remove glasses beforehand!
+ The event is free and appropriate for all ages.
+ Wait until the signal to begin.
+ This event is more fun with feathers!
For details about the upcoming pillow fight in Boston, visit www.misteriosos.org.
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