COMPETITION: Win a copy of The Daily Mash 2015 Annual – RANDOM ACTS OF FOUL-MOUTHED CRUELTY
Monday 27th October 2014
Ahead of the exciting launch of The Daily Mash 2015 Annual we are giving away 10 copies of the hilarious RANDOM ACTS OF FOUL-MOUTHED CRUELTY this week!
Each day until Friday 31st we will post a Daily Mash headline on our Twitter with part of the headline removed – all you have to do is reply, fill the gap in true Daily Mash style with the hashtag #RandomActsOfFoulMouthedCruelty. The funniest responses will win a copy of their incredible 2015 annual!
We will announce 2 winners each day and retweet some of our favourite responses. You must enter before 5pm each day. Winners will be contacted via DM on twitter for further details.
Follow @thedailymash and @Octopus_Books for all news about The Daily Mash!
The Daily Mash Annual 2015: Random Acts of Foul-Mouthed Cruelty, published by Hamlyn, £10 www.octopusbooks.co.uk
Launched in April 2007, The Daily Mash is Britain’s biggest humour website providing a daily diet of spoof stories on national and international news. It has garnered praise for its absurd, scatological humour and insightful political satire.
The Mash has a cherished place with UK office workers as the number one source of online procrastination with such headlines as ‘Morrissey’s Cat Hates Him’, ‘Yay Woo Yay the Queen Woo Yay’, ‘Outrage Over Reaction to Clarkson Reaction Reactions’ and ‘Thanks, but we have enough money, say tube drivers’.
The Daily Mash Annual 2015 features the funniest stories from the UK’s most popular original satire website including: Psychic Bob’s astrology and Holly Harper’s agony aunt column, and is supplemented with advertisements for the likes of personality enhancing clinics and professional murder planners.
With all the Mash’s headline scoops incarcerated in this tome, The Daily Mash Annual 2015 is, quite simply, the funniest, most irreverent annual on the market.
The launch of the book will co-inside with The Daily Mash inaugural ‘Git of the Year’ awards – to be held in London in October.
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