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Wednesday, November 05, 2008

"You helped me find my inner Hoff. How can I ever thank you?"

Say it with me: YES WE CAN! YES WE CAN! YES WE CAN!

I'm talking about the Being David Hasselhoff Contest, of course. It would be unseemly of me to gloat about political victories. I would NEVER do such a thing.

Entry #11 in the Being David Hasselhoff Contest comes from Jen, who was my dearest friend when I was four. I'm totally serious. We are now back in touch, thanks to Facebook and David Hasselhoff.


Sadly, Jen does not have a blog, so you'll have to believe me when I say that she is very cool.

This contest is ending on Friday at 5pm. If you haven't entered yet, you are running out of time. Get those entries in: dryas at theedge dot ca. Don't say I didn't give you fair warning. There's a STORMTROOPER HELMET at stake. This is serious.

Previously on the Being David Hasselhoff Contest:
Curtis Complains About David Hasselhoff
Anonymous Is David Hasselhoff
Karan Taps The Potential Of David Hasselhoff, Common Man
Shawn Reveals Ten Things About David Hasselhoff
Alex Jumps On Beds With David Hasselhoff
Cayley's Dog Is David Hasselwoof
Sally's Top Ten Reasons Why David Hasselhoff Rules
Michael Is David Hasselhoff
Zach Supports David Hasselhoff For Vice President
Steve Is David Hasselhoff
Being David Hasselhoff


Mongoose said...

This one's excellent.

Maybe you could put up a poll after the entries are in, so we can vote for our favourites. And have a consolation prize for the "people's choice" entry.

Megan said...

I still feel a bit burned after the Best NWT Blogs contest. I was pretty annoyed about all of the cheating that went on.

What do the rest of you think? I could do a poll, and I bet I could find another prize. This is Name of Town Withheld, after all.

Alex said...

I suppose you could always keep the "Reader's Choice" award up in the air. If it's blatantly obvious that something is awry with the results you could declare shenanigans (!!!) and tell us, the readers, to be ashamed of ourselves.

That's my solution. Remember, I didn't say it was a good one.

Megan said...

Yeah, that's what I'd do, but I would feel terrible about it.

That ended up happening with Best NWT Blogs. There was so much cheating that I honestly didn't know who had won. I ended the contest early because people were spending hours at their computers, trying to cheat.

The bloggers weren't the ones who cheated. It was mostly coming from outside the NWT.