WE all have a story about inappropriate Christmas presents; now you can share an image and let the world decide just how bad it is.
Wooju, the new app that lets you ask friends, or a sample of the world, questions in order to get a second opinion, has launched a competition in search for the worst Christmas gift of 2014.
With seven days to go, it’s officially the season to be jolly and to buy those last-minute gifts for friends, family and secret Santa assignees. A person’s gift-giving ability is something that is often judged by the recipient, although not necessarily disclosed; but this year you may be up for an award with Wooju’s #terriblepresent competition.
“We all have that family member who prides themself in their Christmas giving ability and inevitably delivers the worst present year on year,” said Calum Leslie, the founder and brains behind Wooju.
“Whether this year’s gift is to be a hideous jumper, boring socks, a lump of coal or anything else, we are in search of the ultimate let-down of a present from Wooju users!”
The rules of the competition are simple, just download the free app, snap a picture of your #terriblepresent, send to TeamWooju and Tweet the results.
The worldwide competition will run exclusively on Christmas Day and the winner will be announced at 10pm, allowing the winner to crown their friend, family or colleague, ‘World’s Worst Gift-Giver’.
“This is all just a bit of fun,” added Leslie. “The whole purpose of the app is to gather opinions in a more engaging way and what better a way to decide who has the worst Christmas gift than by using Wooju.”
So, there you have it! Spread your festive cheer, and opinion, this Christmas with Wooju, just try not to give anyone a #terriblepresent or you may end up on the Wooju hit-list!
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Notes to Editors
Wooju was founded by Calum L. Leslie who is determined to make the world a little less indecisive. Wooju is a fun, simple and addictive app that can be used to ask and answer yes/ no questions, no matter the subject line. The app is free to download on iOS, Android and Windows Phone and you can do so by visiting the relevant App Store. If you want to find out more, visit www.woojuapp.com or follow us on Twitter and Facebook.
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