Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Win a Blacklist T-Shirt ... Only One Day Left to Write Your Short Story!




This official NBC Blacklist T-shirt receives the 
Seal of Approval


from T-shirt connoisseur  Kodiak


Have fun writing a short essay about one episode of your imagined spin-off series from the Blacklist. Further information and rules are available in 

Entries are due no later than 11:59 pm EST, Wednesday 5/11/16

36 comments:

Honey West said...

You know, that's just how I pictured Kodiak! Great to have his seal of approval. LOL!

Kodiak said...

Omg, I have no idea what to say here! That is what will be coming at you, Chompstick, if I don't get a t-shirt.

Iowa Watcher said...

If I win, I'll give my shirt to Kodiak!

Kodiak said...

Thanks, Iowa Watcher!! xD

BL Mom said...

Too funny!

Lake Girl said...

Nice pic Kodiak!

Kodiak said...

Lake Girl #7 - lol. I took extra time with my hair that day. I think it payed off!

Charmed said...

Kodiak
You would make your mama proud in that picture!

As for coming after Chompstick, there's three of us and we don't run like little four year olds, holding hands.
So you better have a plan, or you may end up stuffed and standing in front of a saloon!

Chompstick said...

Kodiak, I'm curious, what product do you use to get that attractive sheen and frizz control?

Kodiak said...

Chompstick, it is a very finely tuned combination of Bryl Creem,Elmer's Glue, and Winnie the Pooh's honey. Really draws the ladies! Lady bears, anyway.

One Paul said...

Kodiak, I will bearly give my seal of approval to this look.

Iowa Watcher said...

I have a bare spot on my living floor that would be just right for a bear rug! (-;

Chompstick said...

Judging will begin late, late tonight. Does anyone need my PayPal address?

Charmed said...

Chompstick
Why would anyone need your PayPal address? Are you expecting payola for votes on their contest entries?

Bad Chomps! LOL
(Split 3 ways)
:D

Chompstick said...

Charmed, you are NOT suggesting that I would accept bribes (large bills preferred) are you? How could you accuse me of such nefarious activity???





(Royal Fidelity Bank of the Cayman Islands, acct # 546C7-4311HO2-9MP-48771-STI11468733-121477C-K9800004)

Lake Girl said...

And here I thought my bribe of homemade German Chocolate Cake would be enough :-(
Chomps, smaller bills are harder to trace......

Honey West said...

Diamonds. Aren't they the currency of international nefarious activities?

Chompstick said...

Diamonds, cake, friendship ... It all works for me!

deadskie13 said...

Good luck, everyone! it's going to be most exciting to see what everyone comes up with. :D

Charmed said...

Honey West
I don't find diamonds to be nefarious at all, when they are given with love.

I do find thieves who stole my diamonds to be the scum of the earth and I could be very nefarious in dealing with them, but I hope they have already felt the error of their ways.

But back to my normal sweet self...
I prefer friendship, cake, laughter that heals and some small bills mixed with the larger ones! :)))

Iowa Watcher said...

Nope, no diamonds or small bills here. No cake, either. I do have about a cup of immature snow peas and some spinach that I picked earlier. I can offer you homemade strawberry shortcake in about 4 or 5 weeks . . .

(LOL !!)

Iowa Watcher said...

Oh, and if the Superior potatoes makes it, there will be potato chips in late August.

Honey West said...

I have an extra Cadbury Dairy Milk bar. :-)

Chompstick said...

Hmm, all very fine offers. To be honest, diamonds don't really top my list. Food, golden retrievers ....

Still waiting to see what the boys have to offer.

Kodiak said...

Will you except bribes for a T-shirt in the form of additional free T-shirts?

Chompstick said...

New or used?

Kodiak said...

Lightly used, by me. Somewhat stretched out by my giant bear noggin.

One Paul said...

Kodiak, I will take Iowa Watcher's immature snow peas first ; D

Chompstick said...

Why are they immature? Do they not play well with others? Throw the Chutes and Ladders game board on the floor if they're losing?

Tabasko said...

It's funny, because the snow peas usually are very grown-up. It's the snap peas you gotta watch out for.

Lake Girl said...

Tabs, glad to have you back :). Don't overdo it today, you need to save your energy for tonight!

Tabasko said...

Hi, Lake Girl!

Thanks!!!! That is a good point. I am sure I will need to save some brain energy for later this evening!

Iowa Watcher said...

My snow peas are about three weeks from maturity. In the meantime, they love sliding around in the frying pan with the mushrooms and very thin pieces of pork.

Charmed said...

Iowa Watcher #33
Your snow peas do sound wonderful.

But I'm really glad you didn't say:
My snow peas are about three weeks from maturity. In the meantime, they love sliding around in the frying pan with the mushrooms and very thin pieces of bear

Iowa Watcher said...

LOL! That crossed my mind, but I behaved myself (this time). I'm serious about the shirt if I win: Kodiak can have it. I wrote just because I was inspired. Since then, I've had to write two other things, and they took forever because I didn't know what to write.

Charmed said...

Iowa Watcher,
I'm so glad Kodiak inspired you. Next time you need to write something, just look at his picture. That ought to do the trick.
I know you were just talking about being inspired to write. But I just had to say it anyway. LOL