Lord Dodo’s ’12 Days of Christmas’ Giveaway! Day Twelve (24th December)

With Santa arriving in a matter of hours, there’s one final present to give away. The original pick-me-up-and-move-me-around Dodo Pad desk diary. Chosen by The Independent this year as THE No.1 diary for 2013 and it can be yours!

Dodo Pad 2013

To win this fabulous prize, all you have to do is comment below, telling us in no more than 25 words: WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE PART OF CHRISTMAS DAY AND WHY? We’ll pick our favourite and publish it over on our Facebook page immediately after Christmas so ‘Like’ us (if you don’t already!) and keep your eyes open for the winner. Good Luck and a very, very Merry Christmas to you and your family!

Thank you to all of you who’ve taken part in our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaways – we hope you’ve enjoyed commenting – be sure to sign up for our blog posts into 2013!


Competition Rules

1. No purchase is necessary for entry.
2. To take part in this competition, all you need do is answer the question of the day in no more than 25 words. Be as amusing as you like (or not!).
3. The daily prize (which will be posted as a status on Facebook, as well as here on the blog) is a pre-selected Dodo Pad product as posted on the day of the competition. There is no cash or alternative prize available.
4. Only one entry per person is allowed.
5. Each daily competition closes at midnight that day. Entries received after this time will not be valid.
6. The daily winner will need to send us their full name, email address and a delivery address in the UK. We are sorry but we cannot post prizes to overseas addresses.
7. Dodo Pad Ltd. reserves the right to amend or withdraw this competition due to circumstances beyond its control.


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12 responses to “Lord Dodo’s ’12 Days of Christmas’ Giveaway! Day Twelve (24th December)

  1. Amanda

    Just before bedtime when I can finally relax and watch the children playing quietly with their new toys.

  2. Ruby

    Every minute! Especially eating chocolate for most of the day! (I take a break for Lunch obviously.)

  3. granniemo

    Favourite bit of Christmas Day – relaxing of shoulders as everyone, fed and happy, drifts through to the living room.

  4. Sue

    my favourite part of Christmas Day is after lunch. Kitchen cleared down, everyone well fed and all settled down with a drink ready to watch a Christmas film.

  5. Lizzie Bywater

    When my dad would go downstairs first and check that Father Christmas had been (he always had!) Aah memories.

  6. Christmas dinner – yum, yum. My favourite memory is my Dad watching Morecambe and Wise on TV with tears streaming down his face! Merry Christmas to you all!

  7. kara

    My favourite part of Christmas day is watching my children open their presents with such excitement, then playing with the packaging and pretty wrapping paper!

  8. My favourite part is getting up when it’s still dark and putting out the stockings for the rest of the family. I like being the only one up. After that I get started on making the traditional Christmas breakfast of Irish coffee and the aroma of the delicious coffee brewing wakes up the rest of the crew.

    • Helen – we owe you a mahousive apology! For some reason your winning comment did not get formally acknowledged! I blame it on Christmas and New Year myself – hope you had a fab time anyway :). A 2013 Dodo Pad in the format of your choice is yours for the asking. Check the Facebook page where your win will be announced in a few moments! Happy New Year!

  9. After lunch, everything cleared away . We go for a walk on the beach and then come back to relax watching the Christmas movies 🙂

  10. Clem Brine

    Late morning—-I stand in the garden and think of friends who also live along the M1 corridor—the lack of rushing traffic brings a gloriously still Christmas peace.


    Favourite part is the very quiet part 1 st thing before everyone’s up and the house is still before hell breaks loose!

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