Friday, May 21, 2010

Giveaway Winner Announcement



After going over all the comments I had a tough choice. There were several very creative answers. There were also a few who didn't follow the rules, but I actually didn't count that against them. Everyone, including the rule breakers were given a fair look. But at the end of the day I only have one certificate to pass on.

So the winner is... (did you hear a drum roll or am I the only one conditioned to think of it with those words?)

Robyn from Life By Chocolate


Here's the winning comment:


...I don't see any form of chocolate at this store (and they call themselves a store!?), I would spend it on my nephew. He's half Jewish, half Catholic, all good. I'd get him the Easter bunny marshmellow baking kit (a kit for baking marshmellows?! what the - well, some fool with a half Christian, half Jewish nephew's gotta get one) and the little shabbat kit, with a warning that he should not actually eat the wooden challah.



Thanks for sending me shopping. That was fun...

Congratulations Robyn!






Please send me an email at so that I can get that certificate headed your way.








Thus closes my first sponsored giveaway. I found it fun and will probably do one of my own in the future. Thanks to everyone who participated and those who helped spread the word.


Please excuse the many fonts and colors. For some reason blogger doesn't want to show half the post.

15 comments:

  1. I give up trying to retool the text. I don't know what blogger is doing, but it keeps screwing it up no matter how I change the text around. Sorry if it's hard on the eyes.

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  2. Oh congrats Robyn!!!! Hugs!!!

    I want to play next time TS...I miss all the fun!!

    hugs to you too!!!!

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  3. I considered you anonymous, but in the end I couldn't figure how I could give it so that you could retain your anonymity.

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  4. Excellent choice. Now that poor mixed religion bubble boy can get his chocolate bunny. Plus Robyn is nice and sweet and the least objectionable of your visitors.

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  5. I resent that Cal.

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  6. Bitch please! I am definately more objectionable that you, Anonymous. You are an unknown. Like Zorro you can approach under the cover of darkness and write you Z on the wall and ride off. I am alone on the beach with only my fur swimsuit and spear. You can be anyone or anything. I can't escape being who I am.

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  8. TS, you are a sweet one! Thanks so much! I would've been selfish myself with one of those, especially if I had just survived a non-chocolate milk flood. You're quite inspiring and generous. My nephew and his parents will be happy and amused.

    Cal is sweet too. He just tries to hide it under all that..um..trying to think of a word..It's not quite coolness, not quite machismo..idiosyncracy! That's the ticket.

    xoRobyn

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  9. YEY ROBYN!!! Yo, what's up with that anonymous weirdo?

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  10. K, Anonymous? Can we talk? You should know that when someone as sweet as Ally calls you a wierdo, you need to pick an identity and stick to it. Time to make the leap dude.

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  11. Yeah, I was going to comment on Anonymous too, but -go figure- I don't know Anonymous at all. I mean, is Anonymous male or female (or, perhaps, transgender)? I see Cal refers to Anonymous as both a dude and a bitch. I also see that Anonymous may be a tad bit jealous of me. Hmm, a female, perhaps? Then again, Ally and Cal refer to Anonymous as a weirdo and a dude. So he must be a he whose parents gave him a name to drive the blogosphere crazy. What were they thinking?!

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  12. Of course Anonymous is jealous of you Robyn. You have an identity and don't have to hide your features under a paper bag when you leave the house.

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  13. High five for awesome commentness!

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  14. Yay for Robyn! It's time for some marshmallows!!!!

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