A year ago, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau cautioned Canadians against “speaking moistly” on each other, a cringe-inducing sentiment that captured the imagination of a nation. To mark the anniversary of this utterance, Rebecca Draisey-Collishaw and Kip Pegley published a blog about the hazy line between creator and audience in social media spaces – and implications for participating in the political life of a nation. This guest post appears on play/PLAY: dramaturgies of participation, a blog hosted by two other DAN School researchers: Jenn Stephenson and Mariah Horner. You can read the post at https://www.dramaturgiesofparticipation.com/the-blog/creator-audience-prosumer-performing-speaking-moistly