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2 December 2010, 3:20 pm 18 Comments

Cities: ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits CD giveaway

This post was submitted by Andrew D

Love ABBA? Here’s your chance to win one of two copies of their latest CD/DVD release:
“ABBA Gold – Greatest Hits (Special Edition) CD+DVD”

The New Gay has two copies to give away to two lucky winners!

TO ENTER:

In 1-2 sentences, leave your response to the following question in the comments below:
“What is your favorite Swedish export, and when/where did you first discover it?”
(This can be a person, food item, furniture, etc. a completely open question as far as your response goes.)

*Please leave your actual email with your response or we will not be able to contact you to let you know you’ve won!

THE PRIZE:

2 lucky winners will be selected to recieve a copy of “ABBA Gold” CD/DVD Special Edition.

THE TERMS:

The contest runs from Dec 2 – Dec 14, 2010. Entrants must live in the US or Canada. On Dec. 14th, The New Gay staff will select our favorite responses and email the winners to let you know you’ve won.

Thank you for reading The New Gay, and good luck!

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Mamma mia!
ABBA Gold – Greatest Hits (CD/DVD Special Edition)
Featuring 19 remastered ABBA classics including:
“Dancing Queen” and “Take A Chance On Me”
Plus brand new remasters of all 19 music videos and additional bonus features!
In stores Dec 7, 2010.


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18 Comments »

  • shannonj said:

    Swedish Fish. Thank you Malaco Co. for a lifetime of sweet gummy fishy deliciousness.

  • Suresh Dianand said:

    Absolut Vodka. First time I had it was at a college party

  • Rev. M. Vernon Hunt said:

    My favorite Swedish export would probably be their metal, as in metal music. Many of my favorite metal bands, like Opeth, In Flames, Dark Tranquillity, and Amon Amarth hail from Sweden.

  • Ryan Duncan said:

    Movie: Let the Right One In. Leave it to a Swedish child vampire girl to teach us all a lesson in humanity.

  • Nicolene du Toit said:

    IKEA. I picked up an IKEA magazine and loved it.

  • Adam Klusty said:

    My favorite Swedish export is the Swedish Chef from the Muppet Show. When I discovered him as a child, his non-traditional cooking techniques and fierce command of his native gibberish inspired me to imagine all the possibilities life has to offer.

  • Michael Nardo said:

    Thank you for giving us Ann Margret. Without her, a bunch of Grumpy Old Men wouldn’t be getting some of the best pooty tang around.

  • Cynthia said:

    My husband! He was born in Sweden and I met him 20 years ago.

  • Stephanie said:

    My favorite Swedish import is Swedish Fish. Yum. :)

  • David Garcia S said:

    I think that is a person, Alfred Nobel beacause, after the died, his fundation help the people to be better.

  • lynn said:

    The Knife (the band). Because they are amazingly weird and make songs that I have amazingly weird sex to.

  • Patrick said:

    Aquavit! It’s like caraway schnapps. I had some given to me in Stockholm as a Christmas present. After three doses of aquavit, you can speak Swedish!

  • Andre said:

    Stockholm, the people (so cute) and The Göta Canal is the best experience in Sweden, saying foreign travel agencies.

  • Scott said:

    Nearly anything IKEA. Especially their kitchen stuff – the design is so modern! First saw it in Los Angeles, and now regularly visit the Chicago one. brady (at) madisonbrady (dot) com

  • lynn said:

    i forgot to leave my email address with my comment. lynncasper at the gmail

  • David Garcia S said:

    Who is the winner?
    I know that this copy will be mine.
    Please, :D

  • Debbi Swearengin said:

    Useful to me. niouwhgfd

  • Jenni said:

    The best Swedish export? Me! I was adopted and just recently learned I’m 75% Swedish, and I make some pretty sweet art. One day my Swedish butt will be working for Pixar continuing to create the best animated films in the history of mankind!

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