Help an Atheist Win a Honeymoon! February 18, 2011

Help an Atheist Win a Honeymoon!

Reader Royce wants to give his fiancée the best honeymoon ever. However, a family emergency has forced him to dip into his wedding/honeymoon account to scrounge up some needed money.

However, it turns out there’s a contest where one lucky Kansas City couple can win a free honeymoon… so let’s help him out!

Here’s what you have to do.

“Like” this Facebook page.

Then “like” this photo. (The couple with the most “likes” wins!)

I’ll keep you updated 🙂


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  • gloomcookie613

    Done and Done. They’re a good looking couple, for sure. 🙂

  • purposely liking a different photo now…

  • Kudzuma

    Done. Take that, Larry.

  • RoseB.

    Awww Anything for wuv 🙂

  • maddogdelta

    Donedone

  • dc

    Congratulations on your engagement. I hope you win the trip!

  • Margy

    Done and done. Fingers crossed!

  • Adam

    Awesome. Don’t know who else they may know (something about JPAG) but they’re almost 800 likes above the next highest.

  • Chris

    How do you ‘like’ the photo? I don’t see a place where I can do that.

  • Chris

    I figured it out, you have to like the first page before liking the second page is even possible.

  • Edmond

    Sorry, but they can politely go screw. I’ll support heterosexual marriages AFTER my partner and I have our ceremony.

  • Rich Wilson

    @Edmond this particular contest is open to gay couples. Just thought you should know.

  • Edmond

    @ Rich Wilson

    The contest may be open to gay couples, but marriage isn’t. Even if I went somewhere that same-sex marriage is recognized (why should I have to travel?), my marriage would evaporate as soon as I got home. When marriage equality is recognized nationwide, then I’ll support things like this. Until then, I don’t feel like having my nose rubbed in my second-class status.

  • Rich Wilson

    It looks like Royce didn’t win, but a gay couple did
    http://www.facebook.com/KansasCityPerfectWeddingGuide/posts/10150127573219321

    @Edmond It’s easy for us to forget when we’re not the ones being snubbed daily and hourly. I can sympathize, but I really don’t think I can empathize- at least except by extension of being annoyed at having religion rubbed in my face. Or car-centric culture rubbed in my face. But neither of those affects my day-to-day life to that same degree.