C O N T E S T C O N T E S T
Put on your thinking caps, Y.P.R.keteers, there's a competitive challenge a-brewin'! That's right Y.P.R. will be holding a C O N T E S T, and everyone should be as excited as a portly child upon confronting a large platter of cake.
What is the contest, you ask? What are its rules? Most importantly, what's the prize? The prize, dammit, the prize! Well, that's all up to you, folks. To determine the nature of the contest, Y.P.R. is holding a Contest contest, in which readers are asked to think up a contest challenge, delineate its rules, and determine an appropriate (and feasible) prize.
- Contest entries must include:
- Name of proposed contest
- Rules and deadline for proposed contest
- Prize for proposed contest
- Contestants may enter as often as they like, provided the total number of entries is a prime number.
- Entries should be delivered via electronic mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. The subject line of messages should read, "J'accuse." All entries must be written en ingles.
- All entries must be received by first star's light on the evening of the next full moon (12 August).
- All entries become property of Yankee Pot Roast.
- One (1) entry shall be deemed winner by the collective decision of Yankee Pot Roast.
- In the event of a tie, finalists will compete in a series of feats of physical might and prowess. Last man (or woman) standing wins. Loser will go home disgraced and subject to the ridicule of his or her peers.
- The winning entry earns the prizes of:
- Getting Your Contest Set Into Motion by Y.P.R.
- Satisfaction of a Job Well Done
- A Tootsie Roll Pop
- A Yankee Pot Roast Crown of Splendor (hand-crafted by Y.P.R. by means of slapping a Y.P.R. sticker over the BK logo of a cardboard Burger King crown)
- Winning contest will be announced by first star's light three days following full moon (15 August), at which point the new contest will begin.
- If, for any reason, the rules or prize of the winning contest prove in any way to be a pain in the ass, Yankee Pot Roast reserves the right to modify the winning contest to accomodate feasibility and/or laziness.