Tell a funny story about your parents to win 2 great DVDs!

by Carmen Van Kerckhove

Asian-American parenting blogs Kimchi Mamas and Rice Daddies have teamed up for a special contest giveaway. You can win one of five super prize packs that includes one copy of The Motel DVD and a poster signed by its cast and one copy of Red Doors with accompanying poster.

What do you have to do? Pick one of these two things:

1) Share your funniest story about your dad in the comments section of this Kimchi Mamas post. Be sure to include your email address, and they’ll enter you in a drawing.

or

2) Share your funniest story about your mom in the comments section of this Rice Daddies post. Be sure to include your email address, and they’ll enter you in a drawing.

The contests will be open until Saturday, February 3, 2007 at 12:01am PST. Check back on Monday to find out who won. Let the fun begin!!

Needless to say, you don’t have to have an Asian parent to enter the contest.

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