National Activity Day, or NAD, is an awesomeness-based organization for outdoor activities in San Francisco's Fort Mason park (previously Moscone Park). Participants, known as NADders, exude genetic magnificence and are often mistaken for ninjas by onlookers. During their weekly meetings during the months of March to November, they can be seen engaging in such activities as: ultimate frisbee, soccer, supporting local Round Table Pizza establishments, and sitting in circles indian-style to discuss awesomeness and how good at it they are. New participants are welcomed openly, provided that they possess a satisfactory level of absurdity and tolerance for sarcasm.
"Dude I saw some wicked-awesome people throwing the disc in the park the other day. Any idea who they were?"
"OMG that was NAD! You know, National Activity Day, where lameness goes to die? You must have been totally blinded and humbled by their radiation of sheer awesome!!!"
"Yes, I actually fell to my knees and wept. First in sadness knowing I could never be like them, and then in thankful joy that such heroes exist."
The junior organization related to National Activity Day (NAD) in San Francisco's Fort Mason park. Participants (lilNADders) train in a variety of disciplines such as running, hand-eye coordination, and root beer consumption. Members of lilNADers are similar to NADders except that they possess underdeveloped Basic Arial Leverage and Leaping Skills (B.A.L.L.S.). When they come of age, lilNADders must pass the two parts of the Basic Arial Leverage and Leaping Skills Demonstration of Ruthlessly Outstanding Performance (B.A.L.L.S. D.R.O.P.). At which point the lilNADder is awarded full membership and completes his inaugural lap around Fort Mason park as a true NADder.
"Dude... did you see those kids? I'm pretty sure one of them jumped on top of a building to catch a frisbee."
"What?!? That must be the lilNADs training. Whatever you do DO NOT MAKE DIRECT EYE CONTACT with one of the kids or you will forever be plagued with a severe sense of inferiority. That, and you'll have an inexplicable craving for Kraft blue box mac n cheese."