Countdown to Christmas – Question 14: Saturday 14th December

Are you done with finals… Good.  If not, sorry to hear that.   So today’s question has nothing to do about speech pathology, audiology, neurology, or famous people.  No puzzles, multiple choice, fill in the blank, or diagrams… just a test of your creativity.  In fact, it’s open until Christmas Eve – that’s December 24th for those of you who want to set your Google Calender to beep at you.

Write a haiku about the Holiday Season and the Speech Dudes.  If you don’t know much about the Speech Dudes, that really doesn’t matter.  Make it up.  (Mark Twain once said, “Never let the Truth get in the way of a good story.”)

Be creative.  Work in your favorite Christmas or Holiday message.  We know we’re not WestJet (http://youtu.be/zIEIvi2MuEk) so we can’t promise big screen TV’s,  bikes, or socks.  Just coffee or your favorite Starbucks treat.

So break out your best creative mind; scrawl away on a few napkins; jot it down in notepad; but just let us see your best mix of Japanese Culture and the Holiday Season.  Our favorite Haiku will win.  This contest will stay open all the way through to the 24th and then we’ll announce a winner on Christmas Day – the only tweet we’re likely to send!

Email your answer to speechdudes (at) gmail.com – we’re not going to limit you to 140 characters – and as this will be our Christmas Day finale, it’s open to ANYONE who is following us on Twitter – and who can use a Starbucks $5.00 eCard.

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One response to “Countdown to Christmas – Question 14: Saturday 14th December

  1. Pingback: Countdown to Christmas – Question 24: Christmas Eve! | The Speech Dudes

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