Do Tell: Take My Junk, Puh-LEASE! Comment, and We Might Pay to Have It Hauled Away

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Since we moved into Chateau Travolta three years ago, we've touched almost every surface in at least nine rooms. All that remodeling means a lot of JUNK. Rusty nails, simulated wood paneling, urine-soaked carpet, decapitated bats -- ah, the joys of buying a bank foreclosure. So when I say it pays to have someone haul it for you, I know what I am talking about.

So when we decided to have a contest centering around spring cleaning, we thought it would be amazing for the prize to take care of that junk-hauling business for you. Now, seriously, there is no excuse. Dust off your camera -- one photo could make all those problems go away. Or really, just comment and tell us about it, and we'll register you to win $200 in hauling services. AND.IT.WILL.BE.GONE.

Here's how it works: Leave a comment describing your junk problem. If you want, you can upload a photo here using HTML (here's a guide) or leave a link to the photo somewhere else on the Web. If you want to use Flickr, please upload your photo without restrictions to our Flickr BlogHer Take My Junk Puh-LEASE group.


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That's all you have to do! Just comment to be registered for the junk hauling drawing, which will take place at noon Pacific on Friday, May 21!

Make sure you have your e-mail address in your BlogHer profile so we can contact you if you win.

One comment on this post equals one entry into the contest. We will put all the comments into a randomizer to choose the winner. Comment as many times as you want! Good luck!

Official Contest Rules

Don't miss the Do Tell Archive. Last week we indulged your Etsy lust.

Updated: This contest is now closed.

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