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And the Quitter, I Mean, Winner of the September ‘Stache Glasses Giveaway IS…

Wow, you Chipmunks really hate your jobs, don’t you?

I respect that.

Thank you for your creative entries for the September ‘Stache Glasses Giveaway contest, where you described, in hilarious detail, how you would quit your job.

It’s never an easy choice, but this winner really got my giggle meter -not to mention my imagination- fired up.

And that winner is…

Hannah Kollef!

Isn’t she cute? I wonder if they make prescription ‘stache glasses…

Hannah’s entry delivered it all. Rather than copy and paste it here, I thought it would be more fun to act out. Because of course I did.

What do you think I’m doing here? Just giving sh*t away?



Thank you again for all of your spectacular entries, and congratulations, Hannah! Don’t forget to pick one of these ‘stache glasses and email me your address!

P.S. – Just WAIT ’til you see the giveaways/contests I have in store this month. For a partial sneak peek, here’s what I did last October.

Okay. So maybe I am just giving sh*t away.

30 thoughts on “And the Quitter, I Mean, Winner of the September ‘Stache Glasses Giveaway IS…”

    1. Thanks so much, Lilykins! You have NO IDEA how much I wanted to act out the “abduction” scenario. Especially because it could have involved hot “Men in Black” type guys.

      I LOVED your entry!

    1. Thanks, D-Pants! You know, I really thought about making a video, but there was NO WAY I could convince Peppermeister to play my boss, and Uncle Jesse, well, let’s just say we’re still not on speaking terms after he tried to steal the fitted sheet show.

  1. Great entry, and great reenactment. You could totally do reenactments on one of those mystery shows like America’s Unsolved Mysteries.

    Just so you know, I have made it a life goal to win a pair of ‘stache glasses. Once I do, then I can package myself in packing peanuts and call it a night.

    1. I’ve never respected someone’s life goal so much.

      I should have had you narrate this reenactment. Would you be willing to do so if ‘stache glasses were your reward?

  2. I can’t tell you how honored I am that you picked me. And acted that out. And sacrificed your carpet (and everything you wear ever again) to the Gods of Craft Herpes. Seriously though, that’s some dedicated blogging.

    SQUEEEE! Which glasses to pick! Too bad I’m not psychic or I would already know.

    1. Hannah!!! Congratulations! Your entry rocked my glitter-covered socks.

      I would also like you do know I made that scarf from a gauzy Halloween tablecloth and gold star stickers. It’s not purple, but I like to think my effort makes up for that discrepancy.

      1. I can’t tell you how proud that makes me. I am, at this moment, wiping away one poignant tear and saying, “that’s my girl.”

        Also, thank you times a million! This is pretty cool 🙂

        1. Just realized I used “I can’t tell you” in two comments in a row. That’s the kind of quality response you get from the winner of a mustache-glasses contest!

  3. Congrats to Hannah! A fine entry, indeed. And I loved the reenactment, Jules. Although I’m a little disappointed that you didn’t reenact the one where the girl peeled out of her work after ripping off her skirt. I mean, I know how you like to go pantsless, so I figured this would be an appropriate and easy reenactment for you! 😉

    1. Good point, Misty! I really wanted to do something with glitter, but I think I could have combined the two. I did see some glitter body paint at the craft store.

    1. I’m often told my performances are that moving.

      Wait. You’re talking about your banner dilemma, aren’t you? 😉

      Perhaps I can use my psychic powers to help you…

  4. I’d be more upset about not winning, but all the people from the tropical island I used to live on just came and begged me to come back as their mayor for a $5 million a year salary.

    1. I probably won’t get a good night’s sleep until I recreate your entry in PowerPoint.

      P.S. – I was SO CLOSE to figuring out how to add a wizard to this just so I could link to your HP post. It will happen. You won’t know how, or when, but it will happen. *throws up glitter and disappears*

  5. There is a comedian who said he would love to quit and throw glitter in his bosses face because it is like the herpes of art supplies and you can’t ever truly get rid of it lol. Every since that i’ve always wanted to quit with glitter. I have always dreamed of quitting in an amazing way but that day is yet to come! My friend Chantzy got up on the counter at macdonalds and danced on it when she quit. I wish i would have the guts heh

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