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Reply # 321720 22-Apr-2010 15:30
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2 votes from me good luck ma8 hop you win

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  Reply # 321721 22-Apr-2010 15:31
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hope soz about that 1 more vote from me

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 321767 22-Apr-2010 16:38
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http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/event.php?eid=120450774636252&index=1

Thats an event we set up if you could invite 10,000 people to that then your pretty much the best thing that ever happened to me otherwise the script I've been going with is:

Help Jonny and Jenna win a $10,000 honeymoon - Text 'Bride8' to 3343 AND vote online at http://www.theedge.co.nz/Interact/Roadrunners/Auckland/tabid/148/Default.aspx

There are only 10 contestants in it, so we're actually that close.

Texts cost 20c
You have to sign up to the edge website to vote, doesnt take long and ill love you forever
You can only vote once for txt and once online

No space in 'Bride8'


Honestly if you could do that for me I would be sooo stoked. You'd pretty much be my superhero

Thanks heaps for the votes so far guys, We appreciate all the efforts so much. :)




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Reply # 321771 22-Apr-2010 16:50
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NonprayingMantis: I don't like when people who have no history on a forum make their first post a request for members to do something totally unrelated to the forum itself.

as such, I have voted for a different bride.


Awww lighten up NonprayingMantis!



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  Reply # 321844 22-Apr-2010 21:44
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  Reply # 325005 29-Apr-2010 22:22
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Hey fellas,

thanks heaps to everyone who helped us out, we came second 170 votes behind :(
But it was choice as to see that you guys were willing to help out even though you don't know me, we really appreciate the efforts and it shows that there truly are some earnestly goodwilled people left in this country.

As for nonprayngmantis and the likes, I hope that you never find yourselves in the position of having to rely on a stranger to help you out.

Cheers

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  Reply # 325029 29-Apr-2010 23:16

lol... it's already over...

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  Reply # 325119 30-Apr-2010 09:31
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Jonoaalbs: As for nonprayngmantis and the likes, I hope that you never find yourselves in the position of having to rely on a stranger to help you out.

Dude, I'm as much a good samaritan as Luke 10:25-37, but I think you are a leech.  Time will tell if I am wrong, but I suspect I am not. "You guys are awesome, I'm in for sure. Everything I can do."

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  Reply # 325217 30-Apr-2010 12:03
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Jonoaalbs: Hey fellas,

thanks heaps to everyone who helped us out, we came second 170 votes behind :(
But it was choice as to see that you guys were willing to help out even though you don't know me, we really appreciate the efforts and it shows that there truly are some earnestly goodwilled people left in this country.

As for nonprayngmantis and the likes, I hope that you never find yourselves in the position of having to rely on a stranger to help you out.

Cheers


so, even though my vote would have made precisely zero difference, you are complaining.


and it is one thing to rely on stranger for help when you are in deperate need, and I am more than willing to help people who really need it

But I hardly think entering a wedding dress competition then begging for votes so you can beat other people to a $10,000 holiday counts as being 'in desperate need.'


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