Monday, 21 May 2012

*GIVEAWAY! Fydelity Retro Speaker Bum Bag from TruffleShuffle.co.uk

On Thursday, I posted about the return of 80s fashion and, more specifically, the return of bum bags - yes, bum bags! Admittedly, this is not something that I ever thought I'd say, but now I have seen celebs like Rihanna rocking the accessory - and making it look good! - I honestly think it will only be a matter of time... (What's next, skirts attached to trousers, again?! Forget I said that!)

And, as promised in this post, I have something very special for you lovely readers - I am offering a retro bum bag as a prize for my first ever reader giveaway, courtesy of Truffle Shuffle!

I am so excited about this! A giveaway is something I have wanted to do for a very long time; I can not stress enough how much I appreciate your views, comments and follows - I love blogging and it means the world to me that there are people out there who enjoy reading and following - and so I am ecstatic to finally give something back!

You have the chance to win a *Fydelity Retro Boombox Bum bag in purple, and the best part is,  they have real working speakers! Simply plug in your MP3 player or iPod (after installing three AAA batteries) and you can listen to your favourite songs wherever you are; in the park, at the beach, at the gym, walking down the street - perfect for brightening this (so far, very dull) summer!




For an authentic 80s style, wear statement leggings - an aztec or animal print perhaps - an oversized t-shirt, high-tops (which are going to be BIG this autumn/winter!) and a pair of sunglasses - how perfect for festivals?!

Of, you can wear it like I wear mine, as a handy bag for jogging! Running whilst carrying house keys, my phone and a water bottle was very annoying, and so these bum bags were a life saver! I can run without worrying about dropping my beloved phone or losing my keys with only my water bottle handy - which is a necessity anyway!

Ready for my jog, with my Fydelity retro boombox bum bag!

To win, all you have to do is simply leave a comment below and tell me:

What is your favourite thing about the 1980s? 

I know, where to begin?! I'd say, the films; The Goonies, Bill and Ted, The Lost Boys... some of my all time faves!

Of course, there are just a couple of T&Cs:
  • You must be a resident of the UK and you have until 11:59pm (GMT) on Sunday 27th May to enter 
  • Don't forget to leave your email or Twitter address too so I can get back in touch with you! 
  • The winner will be picked at random via Random.org
  • They will have three days to reply with their details otherwise the prize will be passed onto another person.

Wishing you all the best of luck! x

76 comments:

  1. Got to be the ninja turtles!!

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  2. blondie. I love electro pop!

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  3. Teen Wolf, the original zero to hero :-)

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  4. rock, I love the rock!

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  5. Has to be ninja turtles so that when I was born in the 90s I could dress up and show my skill ;-) (by HisLittleEmo)

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  6. I was born the 80's ;) october 85 got to be the best thing Hee hee xxx

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  7. Do you know; I used to work with Simon Le Bon’s (Duran Duran) Dad – how 80’s pop was that!

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  8. the Acorn Electron computer (yes I really remember the 80s) .. the games you had to load from cassette tape... Asteroids, Felix in the Factory and the Snowbees ... ahh the joys of 16 colours and 128k of memory...

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  9. Indiana jones.....he would whoop the turtles too!

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  10. Space hoppers. I inherited my mum's!

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  11. I love everything about the 80s! I was born in 83, so most of my greatest childhood memories are from that era! Although, I have grown up in a different country, we still listened to all the Queen, Journey, Blondie..etc hits too. And about bum bags... well, it never really got out of fashion in Hungary :D although, i was mostly wearing mine for riding my bike or hiking, coz it's a really handy accessory. And this one here is just supercool :P Even if i don't win it, i will try to get one from the shop!

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  12. Big hair and shoulder pads x

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  13. I have to asy the films too, Ferris Bueller was amazing, Mannequin and the original Bill and Ted cartoons and the films were great. Twitter ID @melspur

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  14. cause i was born in the 80's and its was the year of cool stuff and the 80's are when all the classic movies were made

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  15. VCRs - being able to record tv programmes and watch videos on demand from the video hire shop was a revelation.

    @spanglisher

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  16. tape cassettes and under cuts on my hair :) @emsypoo

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  17. The Legend that is I, was born..Nah only joking
    Saturday mornings is what we lived for Goin Live, Top Banana, Wack-a-day, when cartoons like Racoons, Gummi Bears, Muppet Babies and Duck Tales was the Bomb!! and cartoons and Kids TV was crammed into 3 hours of the week and Sunday nights, bath night watching supergran then up the apples and pears... schoooool tomorrow my mum would never fail to remind me

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  18. oh oh oh oh and coke-a-cola yoyo's yeahhh

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  19. My divorce. @jaizduck

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  20. The cartoons, tv shows and movies! In the 80s a kid was allowed to be a kid with cartoons like My Little Pony, Moon Dreamers, Care Bears, Jem, Thunder Cats, Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles (the proper 1s) etc... TV Shoes like Saved By the Bell, the Wonder Years and don't get me started on movies, The Labyrinth, Big, The Princess Bride. We were allowed to dream and play, act our age and not grow up too soon! Thank goodness for dvds or the kids today would be missing out on all this xo

    nevermindsuzi.blogspot.com

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    1. oops @steppyg2 on twitter =) xo

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  21. Labyrinth that film has it all Jim Henson puppetry the goblin king played by Bowie awesome hair George Lucas ludo hoggle that awesome little caterpillar that goes Ello!!! And best of all you remind me of the babe! What babe? The babe with power what power? Power of voodoo who do? You do Do what? Remind me of the babe MAGIC DANCE @forrest05

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  22. I was born in '83! Aside from that, The Goonies <3 <3 <3

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  23. back to the future!!!!!!! @gingerXbob

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  24. "Look In" magazine!!! :D


    @hlac1

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  25. As an 80's baby (81) I'd have to say Transformers, He-Man Bananaman, Thundercats, Super Ted....should I go on! So it would have to be the kids TV.

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  26. It has to be the films of the 80's The Goonie's,Ghostbuster's,Back To The Future,Indiana Jones,Flight Of The Navigator... There are Soooooooooooooooooooooo Many more to choose from... @bondbabe13

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  27. It's got to be the TV programme The A Team for me!! I had the biggest crush on Mr T :)

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  28. Has to be the music

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  29. It is Rainbow, with Zippy, Bungle, George and Jeffrey.

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  30. catherine shaw23 May 2012 at 09:11

    It has to be the t.v. programmes, Dangermouse, and Worzel Gummidge my two favourite ones when growing up x

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  31. Back to the Future. I didn't actually see it until the 90s (I was born in 1987) but I just think it's an absolutely perfect film - beautifully written, wonderfully acted, funny and touching. To this day I still hope I'll go back in time whenever I'm in a car going at 88 miles per hour...

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  32. catherine shaw23 May 2012 at 09:22

    The tv programmes Hitman AND Her was my favourite, getting up in the middle of the night to watch it was like i was there!!! felt great :-).

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  33. Some great films in the eighties - adventure and excitement.

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  34. Clearly transformers! Still a Top cartoon, and even more awesome films, and the advert for the action figures was amazing! Haha. We all know we want a bumblebee :) (lauraholland85@hotmail.co.uk)

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  35. John Hughes flicks, the lost boys, David Bowie and the fashion :)

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  36. @jane_the_enigma I wasn't born then but my soul was. I've got to say films. But nothing beats the Labyrith!

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  37. goddard.hannah@yahoo.com
    I was not actually born in the 80s but I would say the fashion it was amazing in the 80s

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  38. In the 80's, we got our first VCR, so films on demand.
    Channel 4 first aired - Countdown!
    And being born in 1970, I could drink the in the 80's.

    @BizzoDoes

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  39. I'm ashamed to admit it but I loved batwing jumpers and peplums. But then again, peplums are having a bit of renaissance, so why not the batwing? And bumbags have ALWAYS been a good idea, especially when holidaying abroad - keeps all your flight documents safe and accessible.

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  40. has to be mannequin !!

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  41. Me and my 3 brothers were all born in the 80s and they are the best thing about it for me. But a close second is M.A.S.K and Transformers....
    @joyrebecca7

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  42. the music, wham, madonna, wet,wet,wet I loved it all. cally120@blueyonder.co.uk

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  43. I love the 80s!all the queen songs...etc

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  44. This competition is now closed but a massive thank you to all of you for entering! The winner will be announced on Wednesday... x

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