December 13th, 2002
|05:04 pm - Free as in speech, or...|
Free as in fairtrade chocolate?
Could always be a scam, but if it is, it's a clever one - one which pushed my buttons and dragged me in. Probably UK-only. Offer expires on the 23rd of December. Don't expect much chocolate, obviously. (Oh, and somehow I feel slightly more guilty than I think I ought to about taking the offer up, too.)
FWIW, I found it by looking through the_maenad's Friends list for more "here's a statement for each person on my Friends list" posts.
|Date:||December 13th, 2002 10:56 am (UTC)|| |
Ooh, let me make a note of that...
Re: Ooh, let me make a note of that...
Mmmm... chocolate buttons. 8-] Some of my tastes are very simple.
I am in distinct danger of not getting to try either the Chocolate Orange McFlurry or the Buttons McFlurry if I don't start going to McDonalds rather more frequently than I do at the moment. Do you suppose if I only have a regular size meal instead of a large one then it gives me enough Virtuous Points for a McFurry?
McFlurry, even. I like that typo so it shall live.
|Date:||December 13th, 2002 11:22 pm (UTC)|| |
the random LJ friends game is a hit for my friends... but you've yet to come find yourself on my page ;)
|Date:||December 14th, 2002 06:36 am (UTC)|| |
Not a scam.Delvaux
did something similar a few years back - it was advertised on Junklist - and they really did send me chocolate. It was nice too, so they did pretty well out of it 'cos I ordered lots more later !
Someone I know is both suffering from general malaise and the sort of person who would eat a slab of Dairy Milk for breakfast. On a plate. So I put her name in, which is another sort of minor-guilt issue.
*smiles* scams can be oft misleading, but try anyways! chocolate is nice,in any quantity.