Sneak's never been invited to a party on Facebook, partly because he's only got four friends on the site, one being his mother and the other three being fellow bloggers he met at a Pets.com investors meeting in 2000 when no-one else turned up.
However, he certainly wished he lived in Hamburg on Friday after a girl accidentally invited everybody in the region to her birthday party. This meant that 15,000 invitations were sent, and 1,500 gleefully turned up to rock their socks off.
The police were there too - invited by the girl's parents when they discovered the mob heading for their door - and they had to make 11 arrests for a variety of reasons, including, most worryingly, violating explosives laws, Reuters reported.
A police spokesman, Mirko Steiber, also displayed a worrying interpretation of the word 'peaceful' in his post-party assesment.
"It was by and large a peaceful party. There were some fires set alight, some acts of violence and with considerable alcohol consumption there was some property damage," he said.
Fire, violence, property damage, violated explosive laws ... and for the Hamburg boys in blue this was a peaceful party?!
Perhaps Sneak's glad he wasn't invited, and instead sat around bemoaning that stupid £25,000 investment in an online pet boutique he made all those years ago. Still, Groupon, that looks a sure thing, right?
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