Sunday 22 July 2007

we do nothing but compete....

[what follows is a re-posting from Post of the Week. I was head judge this week, and I figure that you'll all be interested in knowing what won, right? right?

Don't agree? Well bloody go and nominate something else then. To be perfectly honest with you, some of the posts nominated last week just weren't up to standard. Every single one of you lot on my blogroll on the right hand side of this page is capable of writing posts that are more than good enough to win post of the week, and all of you will read plenty of posts worthy of nomination.

So. Why am I telling you this? Because I'd like you all to consider nominating a post this week. Click here and nominate away.



Good Evening.

It is my great honour to be announcing this week’s winner of the coveted title of “Post of the Week #27″. Not a vintage week for nominations, in my opinion, but there were still some gems in the shortlist and the judges have again been more or less unanimous in their judgement of the winning post.

Ah, come on Swiss…. stop rambling and tell us who won….

Well, without any further ado, it is my pleasure to announce that this week’s winner is:

Dad Gone Mad: “Caught in the Act

I felt a tear run down my right cheek. My chest wanted to explode. How do they do this? How do they become so special? And how do I forget that they have this incredible capacity to love each other?

Read more….

Our Judges said:


The winning post this week was nominated by (the apparently blogless) Dennis. Good work.

Your shortlister this week was Sarah.
The judging panel consisted of yours truly, TimTim and last week’s winner Edvard Moonke.

Each winner is invited to join the following week’s judging panel. Dad Gone Mad is therefore cordially invited to help us adjudicate next week’s winner.

Previous Winners of this most coveted title can be found here.

Thanks everyone. It’s been emotional.

See you next week.


I'm going to go on about this pretty much every week from now on, especially when I'm on the panel, so it'll probably just be simpler to start nominating. That way I may just shut up about it.

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