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A Wild Giveaway Appears: Looney Tunes Swag!

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You might not be super familiar with the CGI Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner shorts, but if you’re not, you should take some time and correct that. They’re probably the closest thing to vintage Looney Tunes that’s been made outside of the, well, time period in which the original Looney Tunes shorts came about, nailing the slapstick timing and comedic physics that we all remember. What does this have to do with you, though?

Well, would you like some free stuff?

One lucky winner of our giveaway will receive a t-shirt,

a pair of limited edition Havaianas flip flops,

and a zip drive!

This is going to be a Twitter contest (we promise we’ve got some giveaways coming up that won’t require a twitter account!). To win, tweet this bolded text (and only this bolded text):

I just entered @The_MarySue’s #LooneyTunesShorts contest so I can get cool stuff! http://goo.gl/7pOzZ

Or, just click here, and our code will do all the work for you: 

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If you do not follow @The_MarySue on Twitter WE WILL NOT BE ABLE to contact you if you win and you will be disqualified. Entries must be received by 12:10 a.m. Eastern Standard Time, Monday, October 15th, 2012. We will randomly pick a winner and contact them soon after the contest ends. Good luck!

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