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Friday, 26 March 2010

The PPP-prize winners are . . .

On March 14th the Purple Podded Peas blog was three years old. I was far away on my holiday in the sun with Cliff, so I left you to chat – and if you did your name was put into the proverbial hat for a prize draw.

The 38 names were pasted at random on a grid and I enlisted the help of the under gardeners to select three winners. The PPP-prize draw took place early this morning in the sunshine, here is the motion picture of the event, with a musical accompaniment by national treasures, Mr Tom Jones and Mr Jools Holland . . .

. . . over to you Tarragon . . .

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So, Anneliese, Rhiannon and Janette & Nick you are the lucky PPP-prize winners – Yay!!!! If you email me via the contact button on my web site with your addresses, I'll post you a package of PPP-prizes including cards, seeds and 'hens with bells on'.

Celia
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15 comments:

  1. Oh, that's too funny. Far more exciting than the way I pick winners.


    I'm glad to see they returned all the raisins at the end ;-)

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  2. sorry but I've got another job for your chickens, can they pick me some lottery numbers? I feel my luck might be in!
    thankyou

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  3. Thank You! Tarragon and the Under-Gardeners for choosing ME!!!

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  4. I'm still laughing at your film clip! I sometimes wonder at the lengths I go to to take pictures for a blog project. Now how would you explain that to your neighbours..er well.. I have this blog you see, and I decided that the chickens should pick the winner... We loved it anyway!

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  5. Very much enjoyed the movie! What beautiful hens you have, (not often I say that to a person!) What a great way to do a prize draw, brilliant, and I didn't know hens like raisins so much, interesting. Love Vanessa xxx

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  6. They are SO well behaved! My 4 have no table manners. They would be jumping on each other's heads to get to the raisins first! Had you just fed them with treats to slow them down a bit?

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  7. That was fantastic ppp - your hens did a fab fab job! little sweetpea giggled her self silly watching those chickens busy at work there :-)

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  8. haha! now *that* is a truly Awesome random number generator! :)

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  9. Awesome! Congrats to the lucky winners.

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  10. What fun! Lucky winners.

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  11. great idea, well done to the winners.

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  12. I love it when you post videos of your feathery ones. The idea of using chickens and raisins to chose winners was inspired.

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  13. Disappointed not to win but the raisin representing me must have been extra tasty! What a Hoot!

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  14. You deserve a prize for The Best Draw. It was brilliant and I guess the hens really liked the idea too.

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  15. Very clever, and so much more fun than the boring Random Number Generator I've just used!P x

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