First Time Guest Giveaways

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  1. I am here to win says:

    Well I never got one back in the day. And neither did my better half. So we are going to invite each other in hopes to win. Maybe we can get matching gifts. We really need 2 Keurig’s and 2 iPads. Work your magic.

  2. David Hinkle says:

    I want to attend when FTG’s get a puppy.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I love that you an an April fool!!! 🙂

  4. parkjonas says:

    …I hate April Fool’s.

  5. stacey says:

    I LOVE April 1 because of Danny Franks! This was fantastic. With Easter being yesterday, I completely forgot about your posts and was expecting something statisticy and non-funny. What a pleasant surprise! Also, I completely agree that FTGs should get a puppy. Let’s do a pilot program on Sat nights first.

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