2016 has been a full and eventful year, with most of the opinion that the bad outweighed the good. I definitely can’t argue that, but I know it could be worse. It can always get worse. To finish off this year and wish it Good Riddance let’s have a “How could it get worse?!” giveaway.
To enter this giveaway, leave a comment with your idea of what would finish off this year in the worst, most spectacular, horrible fashion! Massive, unseen meteor headed our way? Nuclear war? Outbreak of a deadly Poke-Virus? Be creative – or don’t, all entries will be counted once. The deadline is the new year, by MT. (That means at 2359:59 MT on 31 Dec 2016 – as the ball is dropping and you’re seeking a kissing partner!)
Summary: comment about how this year could get worse before 2017.
Included in the giveaway bag will be at least these two items:
My freshly created Chinese New Year of the Rooster cards so that you may send original, handmade cards to people, and a 2017 Daily Planner by Moleskine so that you may detail all the joys or sorrows of every day of the upcoming year.
Of course there will certainly be more things in the bag, but at the very least you have an idea of what you’d be getting if you won. The winner will be chosen at random the next day when I wake up and get to my computer, the time of which is entirely dependent on my hangover, which is entirely dependent on how hard I partied the night before – or if I went to sleep early.
The Fine Print:
You must be a registered user for this blog – because that is how you can make comments! You may have only one entry into this contest. You must either live in a place I commonly drive to or past or be willing to submit a mailing address to me to receive the prize if you win. I’m happy to mail the prize anywhere in the contiguous United States where it is legal to do so. The prize bag contains items I’ve personally purchased, gathered, or created which may be desirable, useful, useless, offensive, sublime, or merely silly to you; I make no guarantees to the value, usability or likability of the prize, although they have been historically well received.
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