How to do a good frape

There’s nothing quite like a good frape. It may seem juvenile and immature (and it most likely is) but when it is pulled off properly, oh lordy does it make people laugh.

Here are some tips when it comes to a light hearted yet convincing frape.


  • Try to ensure you have enough time to complete the frape. A mere 10 seconds is never enough, always disregard a quick attack in favour for a longer time frame.
  • Use details that you know about the person. For the frape to be believed, you have to tap into the details of said account.
  • Take your time. This ties into step 1 but take your time. Give some thought to it and go for a realistic status.
  • Mainly though, have fun. Nothing worse than a boring frape.

Or you could do what most adults do, don’t take advantage of friend’s accounts!


Onward to glory.



Published by: Tom Moriarty

**This blog began many years ago (2014) and my profile was due an update.** Once a wandering Irish man, now I find myself living well in beautiful Glasgow, Scotland. I am perhaps the first ever Creative Career Coach, a term I had to invent as my areas of expertise defy definition. I have the utmost joy of working daily with creatives, primarily actors. I advocate empowerment and positive self talk. I believe in the potential of all peoples and will take as long as necessary to convince you that you can be extraordinary. If you're just brave enough to take the first step. I am the Co-Director of innovative production company BOX Revolution Productions, working professionally as an actor, director and writer. I've been known to produce a film or two and currently, I am 40k words into my debut fantasy novel. All views are my own or are at least filtered through my understanding and applied to my own life. Onwards to glory.

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