Saturday, September 13, 2008
Week of 100 Grand Prize Drawings
After much procrastination (on the human woman's part) and much clawing (on my part on the human woman's leg parts), we have finally completed the final drawing for the grand prizes for the week of 100 blog posts, boy is that a long sentence. Here I am limbering up and stretching to get ready for the big drawing. Once again, its very important to stretch and warm up before doing a big grand prize drawing thingie. You don't want to pull a muscle or anything and be out of your game when you are picking winners.
After jumping on the bed, more stretching is required, also I had to sufficiently fluff up for my big drawing. Being in the public eye means always being fluffy and that takes a lot of work.
As you can see to the right, I had a lot of pieces of paper to draw from. I was a bit annoyed by the paper, I had requested that the drawing be done using bits of kleenex, but the human woman kept saying that I would eat them too quickly and she wouldn't be able to tell who actually won until my digestion process was complete. I'm sure you will agree that pictures of paper, versus pictures of what is deposited from my colon are nicer to look at, so I begrudgingly gave in to her stupid wishes. Plus, as there are 5 winners to this drawing... well, that's a lot of kleenex, tasty, tasty kleenex... oh, ok, I'll start the drawing if you insist:
Winner #1 is a tasty bouquet of paper and ink, a hint of yoghurt (the human woman really needs to wash her hands a bit more often), and the winner is!!!!!
Steve, Kat and the Wilbur cat thing!
Woohooo, way to go you two (and
Steve, Kat and Wilbur win the little bitty red/white howling wolf/husky thing and a Starbucks card!!!! oooooh I actually had to pry the starbucks card out of the human woman's mouth, sorry about the drool and teeth marks.
Ok, now for the next drawing... tasty paper.
I have to say, this vanilla looking paper tastes nothing like vanilla, and the ink leaves a bitter after taste to it... oh... who won?
Amy M. WOOHOOO, Amy M. won a very stylish husky t-shirt in Xtra Large! I'll even throw in some of my fluff and some gimpy fluff and some lint, but none of the stupid ants that are crawling all over the kitchen counter that the human woman still can't figure out where they are coming from and why, but that's not your problem Amy M, as you will be styling in your cool husky shirt!
Ok, next one... very tasty, has a rather sarcastic taste to it....
Yep, its Khyra! Hey, I swear, I'm not sucking up to vice presidental candidates are anything, really, it was a fair drawing.
Ok, so what does Khyra get?
This really cool "Got Husky?" t-shirt, available in small, medium, and large (please specify your size). A very tasteful (and tasty) t-shirt with the "got husky?" thing on the breast pocket if there was a breast pocket, and how rude is that, having a pocket to hold a breast, I mean do humans really need a pocket to hold a breast? Do they need to carry a spare around with them? Oh, sorry, I'll now continue the drawing.
MMMM, this one is very robust, has good legs, and... oh good lord, this looks really bad, this looks like some ballot tampering going on, really I had no idea which pieces of paper I was grabbing off the bed, they were all folded, I couldn't read them... really!
Turbo wins, this cute little stuffed husky that's wearing a ridiculous bandanna... sigh, must humans dress their pets up and then make stuffed animals of dressed up pets, its ridiculous, and I hope the Turbo/Khyra ticket will make that illegal once they are elected into office. I'm just sayin.
And now for the final, final, really cool prize, this is just so cool, its frozen cool... well, it comes from a cold place, and my friend Kara of North Wapiti Pretty Sled Dogs picked this out for me and is going to send this to the ultra mega mega grand prize winner who is....
drum roll please.....
Congratulations Tristan H, because Kara will be sending this straight to you (and if you are lucky, she'll include some of her champion Iditarod fluff with it) This is a limited edition print by British Columbia artist, Denise Linley. It features Karen and her 16-dog team, resting along the Iditarod trail. Dancing above them in the night sky is a spectacular display of northern lights.
Congratulations to the winners, and thank all of you for pledging and (most importantly) sending in your pledge payments.
Winners, please e-mail me at: email@example.com with your addresses so that I can get the human woman to send out your goodies quickly!