Friday, December 03, 2010

Giveaway: Real Live Boyfriends by E. Lockhart

You all read me gush about E. Lockhart's latest Real Live Boyfriends right (the ARC I won that's not out until December 28!)? At first I thought I'd give it away, and then I thought NO! It's mine! LOVES! MINE. And then I lent it to a friend and then I realized that I couldn't keep the goodness just for myself.

So, I'm passing it on to you!

Rules:
1. Live in the US. If you don't, please don't comment. I use random.org to pick a number so if there are non-qualifying comments it gets messed up...
2. Leave me a comment telling me the most embarrassing thing you've done in the name of love. 

For additional entries (for each additional entry, you need to leave a separate comment):
1. Follow this blog and leave me a comment telling me you're a follower.
2. Like my facebook page and leave me a comment about it.
3. Follow me on twitter and leave me a comment.
4. Retweet my giveaway tweet and leave me a comment.


You have until Friday, December 10, 2010 to enter. A winner will be chosen using random.org on December 11. If the winner doesn't contact me me by December 14, I'll pick a new winner. So make sure you check back here on the 11th. 

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17 comments:

  1. Well, my story is not so much embarrassing as it is humiliating. When I was 16, I finally got up the nerve and told a guy I loved him, and he proceeded to tell me that he loved my sister. I cried...a lot.

    Sad story over.

    I follow this blog through my google reader, and I also "like" your Facebook page.

    klknight79@charter.net.

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  2. I was showing off in front of my crush one time, and I was wearing jeans that were too big on me and they FELL OFF. I was mortified.

    pinkdaddysgirl[at]msn[dot]com

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  3. I'm a follower.

    pinkdaddysgirl[at]msn[dot]com

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  4. I like your FB page.

    pinkdaddysgirl[at]msn[dot]com

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  5. My story is:
    I was with my boyfriend and he was showing me wrestling moves (like WWF) and he asked if he could do one on me, i said sure because i trusted him, well.. he did it and in front of all his friends my shirt rode up so much my bra was showing!

    trancespiderx@gmail.com

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  6. I asked my best guy friend out, he said maybe and I went around telling my friends I was dating him. He texted me two days later and said no...telling everyone it wasn't really happening was the hardest thing I had to do.

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  7. I follow this blog!
    cmd228@live.missouristate.edu

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  8. The most horrible thing I did in the name of love was to slap a guy who was picking on my fourth grade crush, only to be shunned because it wasn't cool for girls to be stronger than boys. Yes, Tyler Perkins, I was tougher than you, and if you were okay with that I might not have spread rumors about you in grade five.

    :)
    -Deserae M.

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  9. I was playing soccer with a bunch of people (including my crush, but it wasn't love. Can this still count?!)

    Well I wanted to show off my "skills" so I kicked the ball really hard. Too bad I kicked it straight at his groin, and he fell straight to the ground in pain.

    Most embarrassing day ever. I knew then it would never work out, because I'm pretty sure that is not a memory someone wants to relive every time they see their girlfriend.

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  10. I'm a follower of this blog! (Name: Nicole L) :D

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  11. Following on Twitter (WSweetB)!!!! :D That's actually how I found you, through E. Lockhart's twitter post :D

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  12. I also twittered about it!

    http://twitter.com/#!/WSweetB/status/10834996751245312

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  13. most embrassing thing I did in the name of love... carried a mistletoe a whole day so I can kiss my crush.

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  14. Oh goodness, just one? I flat out kissed a boy I was friends with but wanted to date. He was sweet and shy and backed off our friendship for a bit. When he saw I was ok and still wanted to be friends and stopped acting all doe-eyed, our friendship was fine.

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  15. Following you on Twitter

    bookyarncafe

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  16. I already follow your blog : )

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  17. This one crosses the border from embarrassing to humiliating, but I'll still share, since it was so long ago. :)

    I was in the seventh grade, in 1987. (Yes, I am old. Yes, I love YA.) I had a medium-to-large-sized crush on a boy who I kind of knew was not really very nice, but when you're thirteen... ugh. So. Not-very-nice boy began to show interest in me and I was over the moon! He asked me to write him a letter that told why I liked him. So I did. I also drew -- I blush -- a picture of us dancing at the bottom. This is embarrassing enough already, right? It gets worse: twenty-four hours after I gave it to him, our entire campus was plastered with Xerox copies of it. It had all been an evil plot concocted by not-very-nice boy's purely evil buddy.

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