Competition Time!

GMailSo, who actually reads this stuff then? I have devised a quick test to find out: there’s a GMail invite available to whoever gives the most interesting reason why they need one (or plain grovels the most).

Comment away! Or send me an email if you’re too boring to post in the comments.

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26 Replies to “Competition Time!”

  1. Im sick of hotmail, they spam me with random stuff and nobody has invited me to gmail! would love to switch over πŸ™‚

    Thanks

  2. Dear dear dear Ben,

    I love you and want to give you head. I love everything and everyone about you, I am a suckup by profession by the way. Please, please, please give me a GMAIL invite and I will love you more!

    ps can we be best friends?

  3. Dear dear dear Ben,

    I love you and want to give you head. I love everything and everyone about you, I am a suckup by profession by the way. Please, please, please give me a GMAIL invite and I will love you more!

    ps can we be best friends?

  4. Hi, I don’t already have a gmail account, and I don’t want another one just so I can show off.
    And VI is lying, I give better head than he does.

  5. hes lying, ive won the “best head giver of the year” award 6 years in a row.

    you gotta give me the gmail account, at the moment im using myownmail πŸ™ more spam than hotmail, thrice the downtime, not to mention messages not sending and messages not being received… ugh

  6. See, the delicious irony is that I have my own invite to give out. So come on reci, give me yours as well, and that way everyone can lord it over VI…

    And dude, that’s pretty sick if you compete about giving head. What a weirdo πŸ˜‰

  7. I’m gonna have to give the invite to VI just to stop this sick stuff right now. πŸ™‚

    In the words of Brian Tamaki: Enough is Enough. Man that guy (Tamaki) needs someone to give him some head doesn’t he? Relax already dude, come out of the closet!

  8. Brian Tamaki and the Destiny Church have a duty to redistribute the wealth of the Destiny Church to those living in poverty. Unfortunately, since the Destiny Church seems to be a scam founded by Brian, Brian himself (not a poor man) has gotten more money out of his church than those that should be benefiting from it, most probably. The fact that the Destiny Church is like Robin Hood in reverse (takes from the poor and gives to the rich – takes from the mostly poor congregation and gives to Brian and his family) is warning enough that this church and this man are potentially dangerous.

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