Monday Mystery Mime

It’s that time of the week again where you have to guess what Feathers and Toast is miming. Guess it right and you could win the mime of your choice being performed. Don’t guess at all, and you win NOTHING. We don’t even know you’re there. So go on, have a go.

Congratulations to last week’s winner, Abbey L Craig with beach ball, how she got that we’ll never know. Good luck, Nibblers!

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Monday Mystery Mime

It’s that time of the week again, where you have to guess what Feathers and Toast is miming. Guess it right and you are in with a chance of winning the mime of your choice being performed, so why not have a go?

Last week’s mime was a fly buzzing against a window. Congratulations if you said that, you didn’t say it to us though, so you didn’t win. Go on, use your words, it isn’t that difficult.  Just have a look at this one and have a go, eh?  Answers in the comments.

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Monday Mystery Mime

Maybe you don’t know what day it is, ever think of that?

So,  it’s that time of the week again, where we get you to guess what Feathers and Toast is miming. Get it right, you are in with a chance of winning the mime of your choice. How exciting! We will announce the winners next week. And just to show that persistence pays off, last week’s winner was our very own Natalia Snow, who said it was a person trying to catch another person.  Whilst it was in fact a person being buried in the sand, she tries every week, and she did say person, so she wins the mime. There, you see, just have a go!

This week’s clue is ‘a summer pest.’

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Time to Vote

No, don’t worry, it’s not another snap election, it’s the end of Badger’s book competition! If you didn’t enter, why not? You had six weeks for goodness sake! But don’t be a spoil sport, vote for someone who did.  All of the entries are embedded below, all you have to do is click “like” on the picture you want to win.  You can like as many pictures as you like.  The picture with the most likes on August 16th 2017 is the winner.

Please note, we have decided to embed here, rather than post directly to Facebook, as some people became a bit over enthusiastic and already made their friends “like” their entry, and we aren’t mean enough to make them do it again! Good luck everyone!

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Monday Mystery Mime

It’s that time of the week again, where you must guess what Feathers and Toast is miming. Pop your answer in the comments before Friday to be in with a chance of winning the mime of your choice being performed.

And congratulations to everyone who guessed that last week’s mime was a wave. The winners are Shira Levine, joe Pranaitis Abbey L Craig, Karen Flynn and Karin Kanaar. Your mimes will be performed shortly.

So, without further ado, here’s this week’s mime.  The clue is summertime classic.

Good luck, Nibblers.

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Monday Mystery Mime

It’s that time of the week again, when you have to guess what Feathers and Toast is miming. Correct guesses are in with a chance of winning the mime of their choice being performed. Remember, you have to enter to be in with a chance of winning, so why not pop a guess in the comments below? We’ll announce the winner with next week’s mime.

And congratulations to Deva Palmier, Melissa Spors Hubbard, Joe Pranaitis  and Vickie Sampson for correctly guessing cocktail umbrella on last week’s mime.

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Monday Mystery Mime

Yep, it’s that time of the week again, where you have to guess what Feathers and Toast is miming.  Pop your answer in the comments for a chance to win the mime of your choice.

The answer to last week’s mime was ‘a Frisbee being thrown’. There were lots of winners, but none of them were you, because you didn’t enter, did you? Try harder this week. The clue is ‘something sometimes found in a drink’.

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Monday Mystery Mime

It’s that time of the week again, when you guess what Feathers and Toast is miming. Pop your answer in the comments, and if you win, Tallulah will perform the mime of your choice.

Congratulations to last week’s winners, Judith Evans, Michele Morrison, Paul Uhler, Melissa Spors Hubbard, Joe Pranaitis, Linda Henderson Eubanks and Abbey L Craig! Well, she is certainly going to need a lot of mime time this week!

So, the clue for this one is “something you do in the summer, in the park or on the beach”. Good luck, Nibblers!

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Monday Mystery Mime

You know the drill by now, you guess the mime.  So, if you can tell us what Feathers and Toast is miming, you could be in with the chance of winning the mime of your choice!  Just post your answer in the comments.  The clue this week is ‘something refreshing in the wild heat’.

And congratulations to last week’s winners, Paul Uhler, Linda Henderson Eubanks and Tamsin Hollo who all correctly guessed “Summer Solstice”. Be sure to subscribe to the Feathers and Toast Youtube Channel to see your mime in action!

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Competition Time!

The Gist

To celebrate 100 likes on I Wore Heels to the Apocalypse, we have teamed up the the folks at Wight Orchid Publishing to offer this fantastic competition.  We are giving away a signed copy of I Wore Heels to the Apocalypse, and three lucky runners up will receive an ebook copy.  All you have to do is share with us your pictures of you, prepared for the apocalypse!

What you need to do

What we want you to do is upload your photo of you, looking ultra prepared for the apocalypse, be it in a nice dress, or full on combat gear with the caption “Dressed for the Apocalypse, #IWoreHeels”.  You must also tag us, so we know you’ve entered, so, we want it to be open to as many people as possible, so you can enter as follows:

On Facebook:

Upload your photo with the caption, and share it on the I Wore Heels Facebook page /IWoreHeels.  Make sure you like the page.

On Twitter:

Upload your photo with the caption, and tweet it, making sure you tag in @BadgersTweetToo – Make sure you follow the account.

By email:

Send your photo, with the caption in the subject box to newsdesk@newsnibbles.co.uk

What we’ll do

Entries will close on August 1st.  We will then collate all the entries into an album on the Facebook page.  The entry with the most likes will win.

Terms and conditions

You knew we’d need those.  Entries are open internationally.  We reserve the right to exclude any entry we deem unsuitable, without explanation.  By submitting your photo you grant Newsnibbles, and by extension C H Clepitt and Wight Orchid Publishing, the right to use the image for the purpose of promoting the competition.  You acknowledge that your picture will be shared across multiple social media platforms as well as the Newsnibbles website.  In order to be eligible to enter the competition you must be over 18 and have included the caption “Dressed for the Apocalypse, #IWoreHeels”, and have tagged either the “I Wore Heels” Facebook page, or the @BadgersTweetToo Twitter account if entering via social media.  Neither Facebook nor Twitter are responsible for this competition… *eye roll*.  The prize is, as stated, a signed paperback for the winner, free ebook for 3 runners up. No alternative prize will be offered, there is no money in this for you.  Entries will close at 23:59 on August 1st (GMT because we are in the UK) and the album will then be posted on Facebook.  The competition will then be open for two weeks from the date the album is posted to gain likes.  The most likes will win.  The prize will be posted within two weeks of the winner being announced.  We will acquire proof of postage, but are in no way responsible for the actions of the postal service.  You will not hold Newsnibbles, or by association C H Clepitt or Wight Orchid Publishing responsible for any lost or damaged prize.  By entering this competition you acknowledge that you are the copyright holder of the photograph in question, and have the right to distribute it.  I Wore Heels to the Apocalypse is an adult book, containing adult humour and themes.  It is not suitable for children.

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