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Caption Contest: Bird w/ Mouse in Grill


Caption Contest: I came across this photo today... and, well, I'm an animal lover but I still find this hilarious.

I decided to give away something awesome for the best caption.
Grand Prize: a Super Sampler of Kungaloosh Gourmet Tea + Kungaloosh Sticker
Mystery Word Prize: Single Tea Sampler + Kungaloosh Sticker
Honorable Mention: Single Tea Sampler

Here are the rules...
  1. Grand Prize is chosen by me, Sunfyre. It should be funny and original.
  2. Mystery Word Prizes for everyone who uses a particular word in their comment. What word? Well, that's the mystery. I'll announce it when the contest ends.
  3. Honorable Mentions for basically everyone else. If you submit an entry, you win. It must be a legitimate attempt. You can't just type "asdfghjkl" or WTF. As zombies say, "I like you for your brains".
Eligibility
  1. You must put a comment here on SunFyre.com. Entries via Facebook, twitter etc. aren't accepted.
  2. You must sign in with a valid e-mail address.
  3. You must share this page via Facebook, Twitter, Google+, re-blog it, or pin it on Pinterest.
  4. Since pretty much everyone wins, I'll send you a personal e-mail from Kungaloosh.com and you will have to reply with a link to your share, and your mailing address where I can send you the tea.
  5. My family and families of Kungaloosh employees aren't eligible, because you probably get free tea anyhow.
  6. No exchanges for cash value, you cheap bastards.
  7. Contest ends at Noon Eastern time, Friday, March 9, 2012. Meanwhile, keep sharing and entering. You can enter as often as you want, but are limited to one prize. Cheap bastards.
  8. Prizes will only be awarded in the United States and Canada. (Sorry, UK, I'm not paying $20 to air mail you one cup of tea.)
  9. Grand prize value: approximately $20.00, mystery word value approximately $5.00, honorable mention value $3.95. Offer void where prohibited.
Have Fun. Grand Prize and Mystery Word will be announced next Friday afternoon.


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