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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

Brass Monkey Is Hosting a "Just Add Me" Insta-Inspired Party

Posted By on Wed, Mar 14, 2018 at 5:18 PM

Lookin' good muchachas. -  LIFEOFALOCATOR

We live in The Matrix, and you just have to choose what filter.

Or at least that's what it seems like with the addition of The Flower Vault, a temporary pop-up of "flower-themed, Instagrammable rooms" that promises to help you "snap the picture everyone wants" in Stone Oak, and now Brass Monkey's latest themed party.

Possible participants include, but are not limited to:
Anyone who has ever taken a selfie
Anyone who has ever used a flower crown (even ironically)
Anyone who has ever used a makeup/zombie/bee filter
Anyone who has staged food for a shoot
Anyone who has ever posted a thirst trap
Anyone who has every posted a #MCM, #TBT, #FBF et al
Anyone who plans out shoots for the weekend
Anyone who actively tries to break the internet
Anyone who knows their angle
Anyone who loves double tapping
Anyone who loves hate-watching other people's stories
Anyone who follows more than 10 dogs on Insta (guilty)

On Friday, March 16, the St. Mary's Strip venue will host an event billed as "Just Add Me Insta Friday." According to the event's page, the evening will include "LED flower halos and plush Emoji key-chains while supplies last" as well as Snapchat filters available through the night.

Specials include $2 Bud Light, $2 Lone Star, $3 Malibu. Gates open at 9 p.m.

Also, we're not hating. We'll be the first in line for flower halos. Also follow us on Insta: @sacurrent.
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