First off we want to thank you guys all for entering! It was SO fun to read your entries. I watched every single kissing scene on YouTube, even if you didn’t put a link. I still searched it out. Not a bad way to pass time, I’ll tell you that.
So thanks again for joining in the party! We wish we had tons of awesome prizes to hand out! But alas, just one.
Before we announce that winner, here are our Honorable Mentions, (though like I said, we really enjoyed ALL of your entries.)
Anonymous-For his/her suggestion to pair Bella Swan with the vampire Lestat. Um, yes please.
Janine–For her love pairing of Gilbert Blythe and . . . herself. Dream big, Janine. Dream big.
And finally, Melissa–For bringing up the famous “almost kiss” moment on the new Pride and Prejudice. *swoon*
And now, the runner up. First let me say that we had a very hard time picking between our runner up and our winner. Both are very funny! And BOTH included an amazing photoshopped pic! *LOVE* I honestly wish we had a prize for the runner up!
The Runner Up is Matt Sutter! Partake of his brilliance:
“Hold Still . . .”
“Robbing banks just isn’t lucrative anymore.” The joker sighs and looks at Stacey. Stacey smiles and licks her fingers to smooth out a curl on the joker’s head. I snap a picture.
It’s not every day that you walk into Red Lobster and see Hollywood’s hottest couple sitting at the table next to you. Stacey London’s hit show, “What Not to Wear,” has featured many normal looking people get a fashion make-over. It’s no wonder there’s buzz about this odd couple.
“We’re in love. What else matters?” Stacey smiles. The Joker quivers.
Whoever said “love is blind” sure was on to something.
The Joker and Stacy London? Now that’s an odd couple that cracks me up.
And now, without further ado, we announce our hilarious winner!
Red Boot Pearl!!! This entry is, in a word, genius. Hilarious and fun. The perfect spirit of our contest. Behold! :
Willy and Glenda (the good witch) Wonka
“Willy, are you a good husband or a bad husband?”
“Teee heee heee hee…” the munchkins’ giggling carried through the window.
“Gah,” Willy waved his hand in front of his face, sick of the incessant giggling.
“You don’t have time for me anymore. All you do is work, work, work, eat, eat, eat, and spend time with the oompaloompas. When will it end?”
“Should we get out the eggdicator and see if I’m a bad egg?”
“I’d rather see the wizard.” Glenda fluttered eyelashes.
“Is there something going on between you and Oz?”
“No,” Glenda turned wiping her eyes. “But where is the passion, the love? Where did it go?”
“Maybe it went down the yellow brick road…” he muttered.
“What?” she sobbed.
“Nothing, my scrumdiddlyumptious,” Willy said placing his hand on her shoulder. She turned, searching his eyes, looking for the love they’d found so long ago. Willy caressed her cheek, sending long forgotten shivers down her spine. She leaned in staring at his chocolate stained lips, wanting that kiss like nothing she’d wanted before—the reassurance that all was not lost, that their love would live on. He pulled her tightly in his arms, his lips just millimeters away…
Knock, knock, knock.
“Yes?” Willy called with Glenda still wrapped in his arms.
“Sir, it’s the Lollipop Guild, they’ve contaminated the taffy pull again.” An oompaloompa poked his head in the door.
Pure awesomeness. So congrats to you, Red Boot Pearl!! Email me and let me know which wonderful YA book you want! You’ve definitely earned it!
Thanks again to all who participated (even in spite of our groveling . . .) You all ROCK!