Summer Contest – Make it a Double

July 16, 2008 at 10:57 am Leave a comment

A few of my friends are running cool contests.

You’d be a fool not to enter these – and I pity the fool!

Capulet: PutPlace – “Pull a Face”

A data lost photo contest

PutPlace asks you to show your best “data disaster loss” face. Basically, the horror, the agony etc. of knowing you’ve lost your work/files…

I’ve entered – though I must admit many of my outtake pictures look more like “I need Metamucil badly!” than “I lost all my files!”


Memelab’s: Fan Trust – “I Know What You Did This Summer”

Memelabs wants you to show how your favorite TV characters are spending the summer/hiatus. Great idea! Perhaps someone will imagine a cure to the disease that makes women become contestants on the Bachelor

I’d enter this one too, but as my Mr. T reference in this post demonstrates, it has been a mighty long time since I watched TV.

I still wonder what happened to Night Court

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