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Things you should do today: enter our epic Where the Wild Things Are contest. For two reasons: One, we’ve got some amazing prizes — including a pair of custom UGG boots, copies of the WTWTA video game, messenger bags, paper crowns, copies of the original Maurice Sendak book, etc. And two, because it is extremely easy to enter.

All you have to do to enter is head over to our Official Film School Rejects Facebook Page and “become a fan.” As a fan, you will be able to track our posts on Facebook, receive messages, discuss FSR and all her exploits, post fan pictures and interact one-on-one with some of your favorite writers. Also, you get entered to win some sweet prizes from time-to-time. And for those of you who will inevitably ask: yes, we are really only opening this giveaway up to folks who have Facebook. And no, there’s no alternate entry option for people who are “anti-Facebook.” Facebook is free. If you really want to win cool stuff, you will take 5 minutes and get yourself an account.

Click Here to see all of the prizes and details for our Where the Wild Things Are Giveaway


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