Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Win tickets to Tangled – New Disney Animated Movie Giveaway

Sponsored by Nuffnang

Keep reading for a chance to win $500 and movie tickets for a family of four!

My kids love a bit of a completion, so when Nuffnang asked me to write a post about boys verses girls, an ongoing theme in the new Disney Animated Movie - Tangled, we were so happy to gather some bits and pieces and go off to the lake for a boat race. Boys verses girls of course.

An old foam box was salvaged, and the kids used lots of bits and pieces left over from Christmas decorating projects and sticks from the park to make their boats.  Luckily it was a beautiful day in Ballarat and just right for a couple of hours at the park.
Of course,  Callum, Kane and Maya all though their boats were the best!  Maya managed to add a bit of tinsel and some flowers to hers just to make sure it was girly enough.

Ayden did give Maya a bit of help,  but her boat went just as well as the boys!  The winner was the first boat that made it to the other end, and we could get it out of the water. 

So much fun. The kids spent ages making their boats and sailing them. There’s nothing like a bit of healthy completion to get their imaginations going. Callum was the winner in the end – yay boys and nice try Maya!

Tangled is a new, 3D Animated Movie by Disney. Just love the trailer that you can watch here – I am going to enjoy seeing this with the whole family. Don’t we all love a dashing bandit?

Tangled is based upon the story of Rapunzel .  The teenage princess Rapunzel is locked up in her tower with her 70 feet of magical hair, longing for adventure.  Lucky for Rapunzel there is a swash buckling bandit who will take her off on a hair raising escapade.   A musical comedy with something for everyone, animated and in 3D!

Thanks to Nuffnang and Disney two comments will have the chance to win family pass (4 tickets) to see Tangled. Just leave a short comment telling me something funny that happened to you as a kid. Competition runs commences on Tuesday 21 December and closes on Sunday 9 January 2011. Don’t forget your email address.
To be in with a chance to win $500, on the Nuffnang Community Contest, write a blog post using your personal experience about the funniest boy vs girls moment you can think of. The most creative post wins $500. Competition commences on Tuesday 21 December and closes on Sunday 9 January 2011. A winner will be selected across the participating blogs, and sorry this is for Australian residents only. Full Terms and Conditions can be found here.

8 comments:

Cass said...

Not sure how funny it was but I did tear up a Mintie wrapper and put it up my nose when I was little. Don't worry it eventually came out

Kate said...

I love the boys versus girls boat race and I love that there is water in the lake to be raced on.

Lindsay said...

I am not going to do this story justice but here it goes. When my brother was little we were sitting at the dining room table and he burst into tears. Of course we asked what was wring and in between sobs he managed to get out "I have an eye up my nose". We figured we misunderstood so we had him repeat it a number of times until we finally got out the flashlight and looked up his nose. He has stuck a rather large googly eye up there. After some blowing it came flying out and a trip to the emergency room was averted.

our shabby cottage said...

At the age of 4, getting dressed in front of our old Heat Bank heater, I bent over and burnt my bum! it was sore for ages.......

Gillian aka Silly Gilly said...

I have another nose story!! Got to keep the theme going!
When I was about eight, my cousin and I were sharing a chicken hot pack (hot chicken, peas, mashed potato). We were laughing and mucking around at the time... so much so that I laughed so hard, two peas shot out my nose onto my plate!!

make it perfect said...

My brain is not working at the moment...but I just asked DH for a funny story from when he was a kid...

When he was a little boy he used to make a trail of dead flies across the lounge room floor and tell his sister they were sultanas and watch her as she ate them.

Now that I think of it, that is really not a funny story - SO GROSS!!!!

Torrent Download said...

We figured we misunderstood so we had him repeat it a number of times until we finally got out the flashlight and looked up his nose. He has stuck a rather large googly eye up there. After some blowing it came flying out and a trip to the emergency room was averted.

Andi said...

Something funny? Well it was funny for everyone else.
I managed to get a mild touch of ... how to say it elegantly ... headlice!!
My parents thought it would be a good idea to let my teenage sister cut my hair so it would be more manageable.
She cut it so short, my parents had to buy me a special t-shirt that said "I am a girl".
Still scarred! Trying to move on.
Isn't that a PERFECT story to win me some Rapunzel tickets??
Hehehe
Andi x

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