Apparently teasing the devilishly sexy Mr Ingram about his win has paid off as Fuji’s Get on the F List Campaign is giving us a Fujifilm FinePix S2000HD digital camera valued at $300 for one lucky reader.
I will post the details on just how you can win this camera tomorrow. I can tell you though, that it will involve our holiday flickr group – ‘A Very Sexy Christmas’, so if you haven’t checked it out, please do. It is all about the lighter side of the holidays and creating a few smiles and chuckles. In the mean time, I will mention a few other ways of winning a Fuji camera from the Get on the F List campaign:
- Sign up for the F List using this link and it’s secret code to win instantly.
- Check out the F List’s Best and Worst Ever Gift Contests, upload a pic of your best and worst gift to contend to win the weekly prize of a Fujifilm FinePix S2000HD digital camera. You can also help judge the winners by voting for your favourite Best and Worst Gift Pics of the week.
Unfortunately, I don’t have any pictures of my Best and Worst Ever Gifts, so I’m feeling the need to subject you to the story instead, mainly because the Worst Gift Ever involves Lola. She and I were at a Christmas present stealing party. Everybody brought a present and you took turns ‘opening’ or ‘stealing’ presents. When my turn came round, I choice an especially interesting looking present that Lola had brought. Being especially proud of this present she watched on with bemusement whilst my face fell upon opening something as uninteresting as a bag of potato chips. In her defense, they were Miss Vickie’s Potato Chips, but still. What was she thinking!?! After a second or two, I gathered there was more, so I turned the bag over and there was some of BC’s finest crop, which although it created some understanding, was in my mind the worst present ever and it showed all over my face. And no – I am NOT a stick in the mud, its just that it gives me migraines and it wasn’t until after this particular incident that Lola showed me that what I couldn’t smoke, I could eat. Thankfully my disappointment was overshadowed by much glee from others in the room and the present was quickly stolen away from me.
Photo by Andy Caster
As for my best present, easy and I am pleased to say I have recieved it every year – spending time with family.