Annoyed of those neighbors partying below your apartment? Try out this Mini Mission and show your friends those cool parties that you were not invited to!
Unfortunately we all have neighbors. Aside from you there are other people in this world; it’s something you just have to deal with. Next time you’re in on a Saturday night and the people below you are having fun partying you can get a very long cable release, screw it to the Diana Mini and hang it from the window until it reaches the floor bellow. Then take shots of their fun and show your friends all the cool parties you were not invited to.
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