In this week’s shameless attempt to get you to love us, we’re giving you another one of our semi-cryptic, not especially difficult visual riddles to solve.
There’s an example knocking around this blog somewhere if you’re unclear about what we’re asking you to do, but in short, you should be piecing together the sounds/words/clues from the below to give us the names of 5 sporting entities – a carefully chosen word to encompass the notion of ‘people and all other possibilities related to the world of sport’.
Simply put your answers into an email and send that email to email@example.com. You can use the pre-completed subject line ‘I’d rather not have to use my brain’, but equally you don’t have to bother if you’re not arsed. You will be allowed more than one guess, but be warned, if you need more than one guess, only your most recent entry will be counted for the competition. Sticking your answers in the comments section won’t count as an entry and may piss off people who’ve spent a while figuring it out.
The prize will start off as a €/£50 Free Bet, but we’ll add one euro or pound to the grand total for each retweet of this tweet we get or share on Facebook, LinkedIn and Google+. And it’s worth doing because if you do end up winning the prize – which is quite possible despite your inherent pessimism – you’ll benefit to the tune of an as yet unknown amount. Yeah, all the vagueness doesn’t help the sales pitch, but it should increase the prize substantially.
Get your answers in before 10am on Tuesday 8th November and I’ll pick out a winner whenever I’m finished cyber-stalking on Facebook. Good luck and I’ll be available for competition related queries (not clues) on this blog or via Twitter @PaddyPowerAidan
– Customers must be over the age of 18, have a valid paddypower.com account and have a vague inkling that this isn’t the first time they’ve heard of a film called Footloose.
– Maximum size of the free bet will be €/£150.
– Paddy Power decision is final and moaning will be ridiculed.