The lucky winner of the Pepsi Throwback Prize Pack is:
Comment #149 Clevegal42
Thanks to the sweet folks at Pepsi for providing this prize pack. Also, thanks to everyone who entered this prize drawing. It was fun reading through all of the comments left behind and seeing all the things you folks want resurrected. The most popular item was Crystal Pepsi, and a number of people want Planters Cheez Balls, Arrested Development and Saved by the Bell to come back.
The glass ceiling has been broken, and I was the one who whipped out her .357 Magnum Lara Croft-style and shattered that sucker into a million pieces. Actually, itâ€™s not that badass, but I will be the first writer sans schlong here at The Impulsive Buy.
And yes, I used the words sans and schlong in the same sentence.
Even though I am of the female persuasion, TIB will not be bombarded with reviews about tampons or other feminine products located in the aisle that has pregnancy tests and condoms.
Now that Iâ€™ve cleared that upâ€¦
Iâ€™m Kayla, a native of New Hampshire (a.k.a. Vermontâ€™s spooning partner) who has been living in Philadelphia for almost three years. Iâ€™m pursuing my B.S. in Communications with concentrations in advertising and screenwriting. One day Iâ€™d like to be running my own advertising agency, making mad dough and coming up with commercial ideas that involve farting monkeys or other things that parent advocacy groups would deem inappropriate.
Iâ€™ve been consuming massive amounts of media since the age of two, which turned me into a pop culture snob of sorts, but not one of those snobs that needs to use Grey Poupon on everything. However, I do have a taste for the finer things in life like strippers, PBR and Warrantâ€™s 1990 magnum opus “Cherry Pie.” Most of the time Iâ€™m enjoying these things all at once while wearing a strand of pearls and an adorable argyle sweater. I would like to think of myself as classy on the outside and sleazy on the inside.
Iâ€™ve been an avid reader of The Impulsive Buy since 2005, but never posted any comments on reviews since I really didnâ€™t get into the blogging scene until recently when I started my own that focuses on advertising. You can check that out at bourgeoisconsumer.blogspot.com. Iâ€™m really excited to be on board here at TIB and Iâ€™m even more excited to start buying impulsively and working on my innuendo for reviews.
When a PR firm sent me the Wrigley’s 5 Gum to review, I found out how much gum was too much gum. Thirty packs of it is definitely more gum than I can handle.
If I had an oral fixation, halitosis or wanted to work on my gum sculpting skillz, the three boxes of gum they sent me would’ve lasted me about three weeks. Sure, I could pass the gum to the homeless panhandlers that hangout at the 7-Eleven down the street, but that gum won’t help them buy booze.
Instead, I offer it to you TIB readers via a prize drawing. I’ve got 18 packs of gum left, six in each of the Wrigley’s 5 flavors: Rain (spearmint), Cobalt (peppermint), and Flare (cinnamon). So 18 lucky random readers will each receive a pack of Wrigley’s 5 Gum.
To enter the Wrigley’s 5 Gum prize drawing, just leave a comment for THIS post with the Wrigley’s 5 flavor you want and whatever else you would like to say.
Please fill out the email field, because Iâ€™ll be emailing the winners for their mailing addresses. Donâ€™t worry about the shipping, it will be taken care of.
The Impulsive Buy will start accepting entries for the drawing on Tuesday, June 26, 2007 and stop accepting entries on Wednesday, July 4, 2007 (11:59 p.m. Hawaii Standard Time). Only one entry allowed per person. The drawing is open to ALL Impulsive Buy readers.
Sometime after July 4th I’ll randomly select the 18 winners.
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