With Easter on the way, I was personally relieved to learn this week about Starbucks supernatural symbols and triple-filtered holy water.
Between that and a good sledge hammer, I’m ready to survive a visit from the spirit of Easter. I’m referring of course to the Easter bunny ghost who hides inside virtually every hollow white chocolate Easter bunny.
(And if you haven’t read this important Easter warning from ?WOLF yet, I urge you to read it now before it’s too late.)
I was also relieved to read about a new company in Singapore launching a website capable of selling me an iTunes card on Monday. I’m sure SoTM KUROGANE who has been very patient with this situation, will be relieved as well.
Speaking of which, if it’s This Week In Survival, then it must be time for some Week #3 Winners in the Four Million Moon Contest. Thanks to everyone who entered this week. It’s all 100% free of charge and obligation. Every little click, comment, review and follow helps me keep on keeping on. If you haven’t entered already, there’s still technically time. Just follow the link above and pick one of roughly 4 million easy ways to do it. We’ll start going through the emails and comments now, putting the names in the hat – and summarize and/or reply where possible – before announcing the next two winners at midnight, EST.
4 Million Moon Winners This Week:
THE DRAW IS DONE FOR THIS WEEK. GO HERE TO ENTER NOW FOR THE NEXT SATURDAY DRAW:
WEEK 3 WINNERS ARE… oddly enough:
…who are not the same person, although likely a similar species.
Thanks to everyone for keeping on with SOS.
Survive out there and see you soon, I hope.
4 MILLION MOON MEMORY:
–>> Speaking of ?WOLF, the same wild werewolf who liked to wake up in a spiderweb hammock but not in an alien zoo could control the wind and taste the color blue! What does blue taste like, you wonder? Me too. Lick the sky and find out. Anyway, she used to stop by SOS to offer very brief but valuable advice, including one of my favourite Easter warnings about the danger of white chocolate Easter bunnies. How could I have missed that? I mean really. White chocolate? So obviously oxymoronic it could only have been created by a demonic entity like an evil Easter spirit. And why else would Easter bunnies be hollow anyway? Thanks to ?WOLF my eyes were opened to the danger of these trojan Easter confections and how to deal with them – this Easter remember, smash before you taste.
–>> And on the topic of Easter warnings, anyone remember HELPINGFELLA? who lived up to his name with this photo reminder of a psycho Easter bunny spotted some two million survivors ago. Get a good look because this nut could be out again this year delivering Easter baskets and chainsaws.
OF PENTAGRAMS ON INSTAGRAM:
–>> Pentagrams demonic or no? Thanks to all the survivors who weighed in on the this, from MR. MUTT to MADSPARKLES to FENRIR.
–>>I think we can all agree that whatever the esteemed history and real meaning of this symbol, there are in fact many demon kind who like to use it, in ways both good and evil, maybe precisely because humans misunderstand it. This misunderstanding gives it great power. (Just look at how many free lattes Meghan Pinion got for her tasty pentagram. How powerful is that?) And remember the history of LILITH and VELANKO?
SEEKING MUCK FLOUNDER & MERMAIDS:
–>> BLACK LAGOON is back looking for muck flounder substitutes and mermaids but how did he end up on land?And does he really look like this?
EASY SPELLS ANYONE?
–>> MSURPRISE is looking but is there really any such thing? Is it as easy as Ms. MadSparkles once claimed? Isn’t there always a cost.
THANKS MR. MUTT
–>>For this reminder. For those who don’t know, SOS really is maintained by me, one guy, with the help of one buddy, and occasionally a few other dedicated survivors, including all of you. Not a big company – or a company at all. Our survival takes supernatural effort. And I’m grateful to everyone who contributes, even if I don’t always show it at the right time. That’s why we do these contests on every full moon Survivor of the Month and every million survivors or so. It’s a small way to say thanks for now and we hope someday to be more.