Enter to Win Great Poetry, Awesome Soap and a Pretty Fuckin’ Cool t-shirt!

You’re going to read some dirty words from authors published by Thunderclap Press  in a BeerMe t-shirt and then you’re going to have to get clean. It’s as simple as that. Thunderclap Press, together with the Chase Street Soap Company and BeerME, is putting together a contest for the Holidays for one reason: Because we love what we do, and we want you to enjoy our products as much as we think you will enjoy them. All it takes is a picture of you in your most hideous holiday sweater.

And maybe you are asking yourself, why should I embarrass myself to this degree? Why should I show the world Grandma’s Rudolph sweater from ’97? Because soap from Chase Street Soap isn’t just any soap. It’s not the crappy stuff from your aunt’s bathroom you have to use at Christmas dinner after your fourteen cousins have used it too. It’s home-grown, made with the best stuff the Earth has to offer.  Not to mention, Jess puts together some BANGIN’ scents so your significant other won’t be telling you that you smell as often as they probably do now.

Also, Chris’ t-shirt company is the most happenin’ thing going on in Maine so who the hell wouldn’t want to support that?  Oh and he’s kind of a big deal.

The contest will run the month of December so tell every one you know to enter because it’s free stuff and if there is one thing I learned in University it’s the slogan “free shit’s good shit”.  Please send all pictures of you in your ugliest holiday sweater to thunderclap.mag@gmail.com.

Happy Submitting!

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