December 5, 2006

Godspeed with the facial hair

We have a winner to the “Title Your Book” contest to win the Stranger Than Fiction soundtrack prize pack extravaganza (okay, it’s just a CD and a mug but that could be extravagant to the cupless).

103 comments later, the winner was surprisingly easy for me to pick:

Upto12 said his book would be called…
Facial Failure: My Everyday Struggle to Grow a Mustache (and Sideburns) that Looks Neither Pervy nor Predatory

His profile picture even testifies to the same, and I laughed out loud. I would totally pick that up off the shelf in Borders. Congrats and thanks for all the dozens of grand entries.

Celebratory music:
Mr. Moustache – Nirvana

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3 Comments »

  • I WIN!

    upto12 — December 6, 2006 @ 11:33 am

  • Quit gloating.

    Dainon — December 6, 2006 @ 11:54 am

  • Heather, that was what I thought you’d pick! I thought it was the funniest one, too. : )

    Kristy — December 6, 2006 @ 9:45 pm

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