July 21, 2009
bookofjoe Contest: Name something that vibrates that once didn't
I believed her but as usual did nothing about it.
The winner of this contest will be the person who, in my opinion, submits the most amusing entry.
Remember, this is a G-Rated/Disney-Approved website so if it can't meet that standard, I may love it but you won't win.
This is just the first of what will be an ongoing series of contests open only to bookofjoe readers, the salt of the earth.
The winner, to be announced at this time next week, gets 10 (ten) Caramel Apple Tootsie Pops (above and below), in a 9" x 12" manila envelope personally addressed by me to you, the whole shebang delivered via first class U.S. mail with the "Forever" stamps personally stuck on by me (true, you won't be able to do a DNA analysis on my saliva 'cause you don't have to lick these self-adhesive stamps but my prints will be all over the envelope and contents if you're the forensic type).
I'll prolly also throw in some interesting odds and ends that will amaze and delight.
I'm excited — are you?
To get you warmed up, here are three things that vibrate that once didn't:
• Gillette razors
I'll also post the ones that didn't win.
Cash Stash Keychain
Waterproof aircraft-grade aluminum with O-ring seal.
Behind Closed Doors: Charley Pride live at the White House, free online at whitehouse.gov/live
You could look it up.
Tonight at 7:30 p.m. (ET), the first in a music series hosted by Michelle Obama.
Also performing will be Alison Krauss & Union Station and Brad Paisley.
Our tax dollars at work.
Finally, providing real value.
I want one.
Twitter meets Raymond Chandler
From Dan Piraro's BizarroBlog.
Next Station Bookmarks
Designed by Yegor Zhgun.
"Seven plastic bookmarks feature Moscow metro stations whose names are connected with literature."
$5.77 a set.
What's your estimated MPG?
Find out here.
If your car's a 1984 or earlier model year, well, you're just gonna have to wing it.
Designed by Eero Aarnio.
Hard polyethylene, suitable indoors or out.
From $75, depending on size.