The Dribbble invite is probably one of the most sought after virtual items in the web design circle. Those that have one are the envy of those who don’t. In their own words:

Dribbble is show and tell for designers, developers and other creatives. Share sneak peeks of your work as “shots” — small screenshots of the designs and applications you’re working on.

Dribbbbbbbble — What aren't you working on?

The private beta invitation-only model that Dribbble adopted worked so well and I acknowledge that by limiting the number of invites and accounts the standard of work on Dribbble can be kept at a high level. However, I couldn’t help but play with the notion that everyone who doesn’t have an account wants one. Queue Dribbbbbbbble.

Dribbbbbbbble is a Flickr group for the people who have yet to get their hands on an invite. It allows them to share with the rest of the community just how much they want an invite, and how low they’re willing to go — from leg waxing to Googling goatse. What would you do for a Dribbble invite?

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