Enter to win the FR Sport x Heavythrottle Haiku contest now and you could be looking to win $200 in FR Sport Money!
What is a Haiku?
In laymen’s terms a Haiku is a Japanese poem having three unrhymed lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables, traditionally invoking an aspect of nature or the seasons (in this case however we will be referring to CARS!). Below are a few examples…
This is a haiku
You could write a better one –
Go ahead and try.
Happy Monday, friend!
May today’s coffee be strong
And the day inspired.
Objects in mirror
Are closer than they appear,
Back off Foolio.
How To enter
Write a Funny or Deep Haiku about your car or any car at all. Take a picture of it and post it on your Instagram. Then, mention FR Sport (@frsport_instagram) and tag us (@frsport_instagram) so it shows up in our “Photos of You” section, and use the Hashtag “FRHaiku1“. These last parts are important as it will allow us to see your image and Haiku.
Just take a pic of your written/spelled-out Haiku or Car and then also post it in your comment/message area (so we can read it in case you go all abstract on it haha). Remember it has to be car related like the sample above!
Also you can enter as many times as you want. We simply are going to pick the best ones. Goodluck!
How we will select a winner
There will be only 1 winner selected. You can enter a funny or deep Haiku. The winner will be chosen by the FR Sport & Heavythrottle staff and perhaps even have their Haiku printed on a t-shirt in the future!
- Contest will not be subjected to intense English scrutiny, simply use a 5, 7, and 5 syllable format and you are good.
- Credit given out will be for use only at FRSPORT.COM.
- Participants can enter as many times as they want.
- Use of extremely foul, discriminatory, or inappropriate language will be ignored from prize contention.
- Contest ends October 30th, 2014
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