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Clorox Bleach: Hosting a Writing Competition about Bathrooms?


WTF? When I first saw this, I wanted to know. Is this real? Like is this some kind of April Fools Joke nobody took down? After I signed up and made a profile, and for some reason clicked the button that will send me updates on the latest news in bleach :P, it took a little while for the awkward surprise to set in, but then, I read more info.

It's not too late to submit! 

Share Your Confession!

You can submit your stories based on the four categories below by June 26th. Just for submitting your confession, you will receive a $1.00 off coupon and will be eligible to win $10,000! Take the plunge and get started NOW! 

 We're celebrating the potty break by giving you a well-deserved comedy time out and turning the bathroom into the laugh room! Sponsored by the Clorox® Family of Toilet Products, The Lounge will fill your tank daily with hilarious jokes, photos and videos you've just gotta see.

For Official Entry and Info: 

Questions for You:
Since, it's not too late to enter. I might as well give it a shot and compose a toilet-related masterwork in the next five days?
Anyone want to challenge me for the throne? :P

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