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Thursday, January 7, 2016

Hello My Name Is... Giveaway Hop!


We’re ringing in the New Year with lots of giveaways! And by sharing some fun and wacky facts about ourselves. There’s a new giveaway at each stop so be sure to visit them all!

The I Smell Sheep staff is sharing one disturbing interesting fact about themselves! What kind of people have you been getting book advice from...



Katie Dalton (founder)

I used to be obsessed with any and all things new kids on the block. I had the dolls, shirts, socks, tapes, lunch box, and i bought every teen bop mag they were on. I can still to this day sing all their songs. Lol 

Pamela Kinney (reviewer)
I'm a Ghost Wrangler.
(really...she does paranormal investigations and writes books about them!)
http://pamelakkinney.com/

Adria (reviewer)
Okay this totally makes me feel...Sheepish but when I'm alone in the house I talk to myself with a British, Russian or German accents. It's bad enough I talk to myself but I answer in accents. Don't judge me, I have a hidden weird streak.

Selah Janel (reviewer)
So I watch rom-coms the way other people watch horror movies. I don't know why but I get super embarrassed for/invested in the lead characters so if there are emotional/potentially embarrassing mixup (and there always are) I cannot watch it. I'll have to look away, I'll put a blanket over my head and be all 'YOU IDIOT NOOOO' or have to leave the room and have someone else tell me what's going on and when it's safe to come back in. Obviously I don't do these types of movies in the theatres because that wouldn't be an event for everyone who had to watch me suffer at all.

Sharon Stogner (co-founder)
I started playing Foosball at 15 and played for 13 years. I was a kick ass offensive player. It is how I met my husband. We competed in tournaments and played every weekend until our first baby... my best shot was a pull-reverse cut.

Denise Belt (reviewer)
I love football. My favorite team is the NY Giants. My daughter and I yell at the TV and follow football closer than the men in our house.

JeanieG (reviewer)
I have always been a parapsychology and paranormal geek. Combine that with the absolute distaste for studying and you have my method for getting through high school and college. I would go to bed a little earlier than normal, read once through any notes or chapters then immediately fall asleep. I was convinced that my brain would continue to absorb the necessary information! Kind of like "dream walking" only "dream studying!" No one can convince me otherwise. And PS, I did make it through all my classes just fine, even nursing exams, insurance exams and securities exams. Now if I can just learn to use that mind control on others!

Bianca Greenwood (reviewer)

Okay ... this is F'd, but I like to bite on the plastic pieces that holds price tags to clothing. And I shop ... a lot, so I have a virtual endless supply.



Gef Fox (reviewer)
Love snakes. Hate spiders. Generally ambivalent towards snails.
Or ... Despite being from Canada, I never learned to skate.

GIVEAWAY
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$10 amazon card
 closeup of necklace

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71 comments:

  1. I would give up Supernatural for an entire year! Yes- Dean, Sam, Cass, and Crowley withdrawals but it'd at least have to be for a piece of pie!

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  2. Nothing. I have sensory issues and they are messy and gross. I wouldn't even eat my own smash cake on my first birthday.

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  3. I would attempt to make my own. I have made moon pies before, not as good as the original but would do in a pinch.

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  4. Very interesting revelations! The one that cracked me up the most was Adria's thing about talking to herself with a British, Russian or German accent.

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  5. give my best wide eyed kittie eyes :) (lol... I'm asian, so this is harder than it sounds!) Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Is a Klondike bar really that good?
    I have never had one so why would I want to give up anything for it?
    Maybe I'd give up asking questions about why I should give up something for a Klondike bar (I don't even know what a moonpie is ... do we have those in Canada?) !!!

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  7. I'd give up my lactose intolerance for a klondike bar!

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  8. I would jump out of a plane and toss moon pies as I land! Lol!!!

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  9. I would jump out of a plane and toss moon pies as I land! Lol!!!

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  10. For a Klondike Bar? Hmm...Well, if I just HAD to, I'd accept a date with BROCK O'HURN. It would be oh-so-awful and such a hardship on me, but what's a girl to do? :) Don't know who Brock O'Hurn is? Here ya go: http://i.imgur.com/EusnVNR.gif.

    See what I mean? TOTAL hardship on my part, but I'll take one for the team! :)

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  11. I would shove the driveway for a Klondike bar.

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  12. Not a thing, but if you were offering a DQ busterbar my subscription to RT Magazine ;)

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  13. Wow I would share my RC Cola with a friend for a whoopee bar, perfect southern snack, Moon pie and RC

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  14. I'd walk a mile for a Klondike bar.

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  15. I would share my book stash for one of those.

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  16. I would love to make my own klondike bar.

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  17. I'd kiss my dog for a Klondike bar!

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  18. I'd go on a roller coaster for a klondike. I haven't been on one in years.

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  19. I need to practice some accents it might make chatting to myself more interesting :D

    I've never had a Klondike bar I have no idea what I would do for one, would begging for one to try count?

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  20. I'd not talk to myself for a day (any longer and I'd go nuts) :-).

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  21. What would you do for a ~~Klondike Bar~~ moonpie? Be creative!

    i would stand on my head and swallow my tongue..

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  22. I would walk downtown on New Year's Eve for the Moon Pie Drop.

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  23. I'd stay home for an entire month if someone would bring me Shrimp Scampi from Red Lobster every night.

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  24. what is a Klondike bar??? not something you see in Aussieland

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  25. I would say no thank you to the Klondike bar, not my choice of dessert.

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  26. I would give up tv for a month for a Klondike bar.

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  27. Gosh, I am not very inventive. I would say thank you :)

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  28. I would write an episode of Family Guy where the Chicken has one and Peter does not and they fight over this, tumble down a hill, off a cliff, into an open dryer in a junk pit, falling into the SOCK dimension, where Peter would be crowned King because he has two matching socks and the chicken would be a slave because he has no socks, but then Lois' hand would reach in an lure Peter out with a dryer sheet and some cheese.

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    1. Wow, you really put a lot of thought into this. It does sound like a great Family Guy episode. Great job!!

      Melanie @ Hot Listens & Rabid Reads

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  29. I like Klondike Bars, but I just think they're okay. As to what I would do for one, I'm not that creative. Say "pretty please" :-)

    Melanie @ Hot Listens & Rabid Reads

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  30. For a Klondike Bar I'd eat it smiling while parachuting.

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  31. I would dance like a fool for a Klondike bar.

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  32. I'm not a fan of moonpies. For a Klondike bar... I'd finally run the game my husband wants me to.

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  33. I would attempt to litter train a duck for a Klondike bar

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  34. I would give up watching t.v. for a week for one Klondike Bar!! Yummy!!

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  35. Thanks for the giveaway! I would climb Mt. Everest. ;)

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  36. I would walk to Alaska for a Klondike bar, I love them!!LOL

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  37. I haven't had moonpies and had a few klondike bars. I'd ask nicely with fluttering eyelashes ? :) It's all I can see myself coming up with crazy things cause I'm not the crazy about them..
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  38. I would trade in my cell phone ha! Because I don't use it ♡ Thank you

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  39. I haven't had moonpies and had a few klondike bars. I'd ask nicely with fluttering eyelashes ? :) It's all I can see myself coming up with crazy things cause I'm not the crazy about them..
    Carol L
    Lucky4750 (at) aol (dot) com

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  40. I'd pinch my sister for a moon pie, lol!

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  41. I would walk in place for 5 minutes.
    Dianna

    PS - Katie....I was an NKOTB fan too!

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  42. I would blog all day for a Klondike bar! :)

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  43. For a Klondike bar, I would stand on my head and blow bubbles while whistling Dixie!

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  44. I'd hand over a dollar for a moon pie. :P

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  45. I'd somersault down a mountain for a brownie, frosted with walnuts. (Or walk a block without my cane.)

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  46. While I like Klondike bars, I don't know that I'd do anything other than ask for it or buy it for myself!

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  47. Nothing spectacular because (for me) there are so many more delectible desserts

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  48. Lol I have no idea, as I have never had one. But I will trade you some Dutch stroopwafels for them!

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  49. I'd vacuum the living room for a Klondike Bar

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  50. I'd give up laundry....oh wait....:)

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  51. I would exercise 3 days straight for a Klondike bar.

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  52. nada since I am working on losing some weight. Down 37+ lbs now and those wouldn't be worth it.

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  53. Klondike bar? Bleh. Mmmm. Moonpie. I'd do long division for a moonpie.

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  54. Nothing, I'm supposed to eat right...that's why I had two Hostess Snoballs for breakfast. Ok, once they're gone I'll be good.

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  55. I would put stop entering this blog hop, for the 5 minutes it took me to eat the klondike bar, and then I'd be back to continue to blog hop.

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  56. Sleep in an igloo made of Klondike bars...

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  57. I would go out in public sans makeup - once.

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  58. Save and turn-in recycling for cash to buy a box of Klondikes (no paper trail), wrap it in plain brown paper, hide it in the back of the freezer, give hubby and kid (and possibly the cat too, he likes people food) a nice fruit and yogurt smoothie for dessert; conveniently laced with a sleep aid, draw a hot bath once they are out, light some candles, turn on my ipod, and eat the entire damn box guilt free while the family slumbers.

    Then burn the box of course. Like a ninja! ^_^

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  59. OKAY - I luuuurrrvvve my moonpies. So, I will turn cartwheels naked in the snow while barking 'Jingle Bells'.

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  60. Nothing too special---I don't enjoy either, however, that oatmeal cream pie, I may well do something surprising!

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  61. I would eat a Scorpion for a Klondike Bar.

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  62. I would give some precious books for it (not)

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  63. I would not do anything for it, I don't eat Chocolate :)

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  64. I would sing the Star Spangled Banner to you. Unfortunately, I sing very poorly. :)

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  65. I would do a Trip to the moon for a Moonpie!

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