PRIZE DRAWING: Accumulated Swag Mystery Box Giveaway (Fall 2022 Edition Part II)

It’s ANOTHER Accumulated Swag Mystery Box Giveaway!

Will there be a Part III this holiday season? That’s also a mystery.

But I can tell you that the Accumulated Swag Mystery Box Giveaway (Fall 2022 Edition Part II) Box doesn’t have a plastic bowl. Sorry, plastic bowl fans. However, there are many less plasticky things inside this box, and it’s noticeably heavier than the previous box.


To enter this prize drawing for this Accumulated Swag Mystery Box that doesn’t have a plastic bowl, leave a comment with THIS post, and that comment MUST include the word “gochujang.” It’s a spicy paste used in Korean cooking.

Remember to fill out the email field because we’ll be emailing the randomly selected winner for their mailing addresses.

We will stop accepting entries on Saturday, December 10, 2022, at 6:00 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time. Only one comment is allowed per person, and it’s only open to U.S. residents.


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Good luck!


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318 thoughts to “PRIZE DRAWING: Accumulated Swag Mystery Box Giveaway (Fall 2022 Edition Part II)”

  1. I bought a container of gochujang at Super G Mart a few weeks ago and I can’t wait to use it!

  2. I wonder if gochujang would be good with huelacoche, shoot I already forgot how to spell huilacoche.

  3. Sorry I was wiping the gochujang from my hands after enjoying some delicious Korean food! Yes enter me in your spectacular swag giveaway as I will accept it even without a plastic bowl although reluctantly

  4. I’ve never tried gochujang, mostly because I don’t like spicy food, but the name is cool.

    1. I found a grocery store near my apartment that sells fabulously tasty homemade gochujang

  5. I wonder if gochujang would be good with huelakoche, shoot I already forgot how to spell huilacoche.

  6. I don’t like mayo, but every time I see some fancy-fangled shop shilling “gochujang aioli,” I’ve got to order whatever it is.

  7. gochujang bells, gochujang bells, gochujang all the way, oh what fun it is to ride in a one horse open sleigh

  8. I bought a sauce made with gochujang for my fiancé because he loves spicy food. Good luck everyone!

  9. I keep meaning to buy gochujang but I fear it’d just end up in the land of lost condiments in my fridge.

  10. Gochujang. But I never win anything anytime so why am I doing it? Because I never give up hope.

  11. Ted Allen, probably:
    “For this next round, you must create a fruit cake dessert using these mystery ingredients: gochujang, maraschino cherry juice, roasted chestnuts, and a piecaken.”

  12. Gochujang: Essential party food ingredient so you can tell your friends “Go(t)chu, (j)gang”!

  13. Hey, Mr. Tambourine Man, play a song for me
    I’m not sleepy and there is no place I’m going to
    Hey, Mr. Tambourine Man, play a song for me
    In the gochujang morning I’ll come following you.

  14. gochujang is to today’s cuisine what sun dried tomatoes and pesto were to late 80’s cuisine.

  15. I like to think I’m the kind of guy who can tolerate pretty spicy foods. But when I taste something spicy with the word ‘Korean’ in its name I realize what a wuss I am 🙂
    That said, I don’t think I’ve never had Gochujang. Maybe I’m better off that way?

  16. Gochujang Chicken is Van Leeuwen newest ice cream flavor to try and make you hurl.

    I hope there’s a spork in that box!

  17. Gochujang is way to spicy for me but my Korean Husband can take the heat! I love this blog and your sincere sacrasmic satire. Clair RV

  18. Something something Gochujang and jingle bells, kimchi smells, and I hope you all a very merry everythingmass

  19. Do yourself a favor and spread some gochujang (???) on the inside of your next grilled cheese. Even better add bacon and kimchi. I hope there’s some Korean food in that box. I lived in Busan for nine years and I miss their snacks so much.

  20. I haven’t purchased gochujang yet, but I think it’s the next chili crisp. People put that $h!t on everything.

    1. I can do a little dollop of gochujang on noodles. My stomach isn’t like it used to be when it comes to spices. I miss all the spicy stuff !

  21. The mandu was filled with vegetables, shrimp, pork and “gochujang.” It’s a spicy paste used in Korean cooking. I

  22. Some of my favorite ingredients for Korean cooking is gochujang. It goes well in Tteokbokki! Even better drizzled over fried chicken!

  23. I would love to try gochujang! Love The Impulsive Buy and reading the comments! Merry Christmas!

  24. Honestly, I never know how spicy gochujang is until I taste something with it. I’m so not a spice person. Sometimes it’s really good though.

  25. I discovered a recipe which included gochujang over chicken and rice, the whole of it smothered in melted mozzarella cheese. It should not have worked and yet it did.

  26. Gochujang? Never heard of it until this year. I learned that its spicy and that people are making cookies out of it…i’m concerned….

  27. I also live on a rock in the middle of the pacific and we are so lucky to have so many options for delicious Korean food with gochujang! A must to top bibimbap from any joint along koreamoku ?

  28. C’mon baby! Daddy needs a box of random swag, possibly containing a jar of gochujang.

  29. I’ve never had gochujang but I would love to try it. I’ve heard a lot about it and a lot of people seem to have very strong opinions about it. It seems to be a love it or hate it kind of thing. Good luck everyone and happy holidays!

  30. I’ve seen and heard of gochujang, but because of my sensitive stomach/tongue, I don’t think I want to try it…

  31. Was excited to see that even our backwoods grocery store chain actually had some gochujang (just one brand and not the greatest, but hey). Not so long ago they seemed to think soy sauce was “edgy” enough! The trend toward at least semi-realistic versions of global cuisines over the last decade or so is so welcomed!

  32. I have a container of gochujang in my pantry, but I have no idea how to use it! This might be my sign to try it out today.

  33. I actually didn’t have any chiles last night to make pozole rojo, so I substituted gochujang instead. Worked just fine, just felt a little bad about it.

  34. Gotta make sure my hubby uses gochujang when he cooks Asian next time. :). Then I could reward him with some mystery box swag! hint, hint 😉

  35. Gochujang? Please use it in a sentence. Pouring gochujang down your pants is not a proper use of the product.

  36. While I can’t have spicy food like gochujang in my diet I sure hope I can eat all the rest of the items in the box with ease!

  37. I think I have had gochujang before… My buddy gave it to me for my general Tso’s chicken and it was amazing!

  38. Well, cover me in gochujang and let me cry about there not being a plastic bowl in this one.

  39. I’ve had a giant jar of gochujang in my fridge for at least a year now. I probably should’ve looked for one that was smaller than a pound.

  40. My family pours on the gochujang to all our home-cooked dishes. Way more than our neighbors!

  41. Has Guy Fieri stopped pronouncing gochujang in such a way that it rhymes with gang and slang? It rhymes more with song and long.

  42. It’s very safe to say that gochujang will never be on my grocery list! Thanks for the opportunity to get some free junk food!!

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