It’s finally here – the winners for days 4-12! I apologize for taking so long to pick and publish who won. Before I begin I thank all of you for entering and I hope you had fun. Now here’s the winners. I’ll be sending the winners an email with their code shortly!
- Days 1 – 3: see this post
- Day 4: Bunnie365
- Day 5: Kingkong06
- Day 6: Assnfiks
- Day 7: 55computer55
- Day 8: Brookelas
- Day 9: Xbird
- Day 10: Luigi755
- Day 11: Wboys14
- Day 12: 0 Sawyer 0 (again!!!)
If you’re curious, here’s all the videos of me picking the winners as well as an explanation as to how they were picked. I apologize for the bad filming angles…it can be challenging to film and move a hand around to do whatever.
Day 4: I had 27 entries so I used random.org to pick me a random number. Whatever number I got, I’d take that many entries away from the pile, and whatever entry name number that I pulled away that was the same as the number I was give, that one won. So for example if the website told me 3, the third entry slip I pull from the pile would be the winning one. (I also apologize for typing your name wrong on the slip, Bunnie365 – I don’t always proofread)
Day 5: I picked a random entry slip from the pile.
Day 6: I blew all the entry slips away from me, and then I picked the closest one.
Day 7: I covered my face (to show I wasn’t looking at whichever name I picked) then drew up and down the paper with a pencil. At a random moment I switched direction over a name. The name I was at one.
Day 8: I had two papers with names, totaling 26 entries. I took 26 and used random.org to see which number to divide it by – 1 or 2. It said 2. Since 26/2 is 13, I then added 8 and got 21. Entry #21 on the lists was the winner. If random.org gave me a 1 I’d have done 26 – 8.
Day 9: It was day 9, so I chose the 9th name listed on the paper.
Day 10: I used random.org to give me a number, 1 or 2. (since I had 2 papers) It gave me a 2 so I went to the second paper. 10 names were listed on it so I had random.org give me a number between 1 and 10. It gave me 7.
Day 11: I put all the names in a (tissue) box and took one out.
Day 12: To end it with a bang, I asked everyone on Twitter for a number between 1 and 61, since I had 61 entries. I was given 10 numbers ranging between 1 and 61. I added the 10 numbers up getting 215. I then divided 215 by 10 to get the mean, or the average. It was 21.5 which rounds to 22.