I'm finally convinced the world wants to kill me lol.

Not only did I win 2000 pieces of candy over the summer... http://www.tudiabetes.org/profiles/blogs/gotta-love-irony
I just won a contest for A YEAR'S SUPPLY OF FROZEN YOGURT!!!!!

A new yogurt store opened up and they had a drawing. and I WON!!!!

If I randomly stop posting... y'all will know what happened...

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Comment by Scott E on January 16, 2012 at 8:09am

It's just something for you to laugh at, perhaps you can barter with your friends (I'll give you a Frozen Yogurt if you give me your XBox? Good luck with that one).

When I was 13, I won a "Guess how many (chocolate, foil-wrapped) coins are in the black kettle"... as St. Patrick's day promotion. There were something like 950 of them, and I was off by ten or so. I declined the chocolate, but they gave me $50. If I remembered what the place was, I'd give them a promotion on here, but it was a long time ago (1987) and this is probably the wrong audience anyway.

Comment by TimmyMac on January 16, 2012 at 11:39am

@bsc ... that makes complete sense! I need to spread the word that companies are giving away prizes to ineligible participants to save money! It has to be stopped!

Comment by Bec on January 20, 2012 at 6:38pm
I once won a year's supply of Juicy Fruit - a box showed up every month for a year...not even a fan of the stuff, still don't know how that happened!! LOL!

You should auction off the prize and donate the money ;)
Comment by TimmyMac on January 21, 2012 at 6:36pm

well, good news (for my blood sugars at least) I can only use the coupon once a week and up to $4 of yogurt (approx 9 oz) so maybe I WON'T put myself in a coma lol

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