Everyone has something unique about them. Even if you think you haven’t, there’s definitely something you can do that someone else can’t, or something that you know that others don’t. Licking your elbow, reciting Pi to a thousand decimal places, juggling bananasâ€¦ if you can do something, let us know!
This week, in our penultimate iPhone giveaway, we want you to show and tell us exactly what that one thing you can do is, using whatever medium you like. Make a YouTube video (like the one below), take a photo, post on our Facebook wall, inundate us with Tweets or comment on the blog – no matter which way you do it, just tell us what your individual skill is – the most interesting, funny or creative will win that coveted iPhone.
We’re going to leave this week’s brief at that – go mad and show us what you’ve got.
Competition Terms & Conditions:
â€¢ Closing Date For this competition is 10AM on MondayÂ 30th November 2009.
â€¢ Sadly, you can only enter this competition once. (You canâ€™t fool us, you know!)
â€¢ This competition is completely free to enter, no purchase is necessary.
â€¢ No cash alternative is available for the prize(s) offered.
â€¢ This competition is open to residents of the UK only.
â€¢ Employees of I Want One of Those and their immediate families and anyone professionally connected with the promotion are not eligible to enter this competition
â€¢ The winner will be chosen by the IWOOT team.
â€¢ The winner will be notified of their win via Facebook or Twitter or however they choose to enter, and under the name submitted on their entry. If a response to this notification is not received within 14 days, IWOOT reserves the right to randomly select another winner. In light of this, please ensure you submit an email address that you use regularly!
â€¢ No responsibility will be accepted for entries that are not received. Any obscene material submitted will be deleted and not count as an entry.
â€¢ From time to time we may include customer comments and feedback on the site, and in our catalogue and other media. By submitting your comment you are granting us permission to publish it and, if necessary, edit it for clarity and typos.