The fluffy goodness of #InternationalPillowFightDay

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Pillow Fight in Slow Motion Is Beautifully Epic
If you haven't heard of the worldwide phenomenon known as International Pillow Fight Day, prepare to be amazed. One genius individual captured his view of the madness and turned it into a slow-motion art piece (above). We have to admit, it's pretty beautiful.

The concept of International Pillow Fight Day? Hundreds of people meet in parks around the world to revisit their childhood memories and smack each other around with pillows. It's awesome.

So gather your best pals and start practicing your pillow fighting skills (skillz) for next year's epic battle. Scroll through snaps of this year's festivities to get in the training mindset below.

Some aggressive pillow fighting went down outside the Washington Monument, making our founding fathers proud.

Folks across the pond take this day very, very seriously.

Amsterdam joined in on the international celebration of feathery madness.

International Pillow Fight Day Amsterdam #internationalpillowfightday

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Last but not least, it's not a party if New York isn't invited. Washington Square Park was the place to be on #InternationalPillowFightDay!

Check out these amazing Amsterdam pictures for those of you who are considering an international vacation (perhaps for International Pillow Day 2016):

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The fluffy goodness of #InternationalPillowFightDay
People celebrate King's Day at Prinsengracht in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Saturday, April 26, 2014. The Dutch celebrate the first ever King's Day, a national holiday held in honor of the newly installed monarch, King Willem Alexander. King's Day replaces the traditional Queen's Day. (AP Photo/Margriet Faber)
Hundreds of tourists wait for more than an hour in a queue snaking around Westerkerk church, rear, to visit the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, Netherlands, Friday, April 18, 2014. The Easter weekend usually brings a peak in tourism, many of whom visit the Anne Frank House, a museum dedicated to famous Jewish wartime diarist Anne Frank who hid in the house in a secret annex from Nazi persecution. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
The sun highlights blossom on a tree near a windmill at Keukenhof floral park in Lisse, near Amsterdam, Netherlands, Thursday, April 17, 2014. Keukenhof, one of the best known international attractions, is a showcase of the Dutch floricultural industry, with a special emphasis on flowering bulbs. Keukenhof is open from March 20th till May 18, 2014, and is expected to attract over 800,000 visitors, admiring over 7 millions flowers. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
A woman poses in a field of tulips just outside Keukenhof floral park in Lisse, near Amsterdam, Netherlands, Thursday, April 17, 2014. Keukenhof, one of the best known international attractions, is a showcase of the Dutch floricultural industry, with a special emphasis on flowering bulbs. Keukenhof is open from March 20th till May 18 2014, and is expected to attract over 800,000 visitors, admiring over 7 millions flowers. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
Boats pass the Hermitage Museum, left, and Amsterdam's skinny bridge in center of the Dutch capital center Thursday, April 3, 2014. Contrary to the United Kingdom where air pollution hit the top level of 10 in London and the southeast the Dutch meteorological institute KNMI has not issued a smog warning. (AP Photo/Peter Dejong)
Pedestrians pass stores on a city street in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on Tuesday, July 23, 2013. Dutch pension funds will be allowed to calculate liabilities on the basis of an adjusted discount rate as the government seeks to keep the retirement system viable amid low interest rates and an aging population. Photographer: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Pedestrians walk along a shopping street in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on Tuesday, July 23, 2013. Dutch pension funds will be allowed to calculate liabilities on the basis of an adjusted discount rate as the government seeks to keep the retirement system viable amid low interest rates and an aging population. Photographer: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg via Getty Images
Road traffic signs for cyclists stand on a street near residential properties in Amsterdam, Netherlands, on Tuesday, July 23, 2013. Dutch pension funds will be allowed to calculate liabilities on the basis of an adjusted discount rate as the government seeks to keep the retirement system viable amid low interest rates and an aging population. Photographer: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A young boy rides on the back of a bike down the street next to one of the many canals in the capitol city of Amsterdam July 15 , 2013. While recently New York City is introducing a bike share in order to provide New Yorkers with more options for getting around the city. In Amsterdam, with a population of 801,200 in the city limits, there are a estimated own an estimated 881,000 bicycles. AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY CLARY (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY CLARY/AFP/Getty Images)
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