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PayScale's Scary Fridge Photo Contest

It starts simply, usually with a sign. "This fridge will be cleaned out on X date. All items not labeled will be thrown away." But then X date passes and the fridge remains full. Worse, it begins to smell. As time passes, people avoid opening the fridge because it's too scary and there's no room in there for anything else anyway. Sound familiar? If your work fridge meets this description, you could win fame and fortune. Or, you know, a prize. 

Enter PayScale's Scary Fridge Photo Contest and share your frightful fridge with the world. Entry is easy. Simply complete the entry form and submit a photo of your interpretation of a scary work fridge. Be creative and have fun! Get your coworkers involved. Maybe take a shame picture of the person whose tupperware has been in there the longest. 

What's in it for you? Get excited! If you submit a valid entry, you will receive a PayScale mug and sticker (while supplies last; limit one mug and sticker per person). Swag just for entering; it's like the Oscars over here! The PayScale consumer marketing team will also choose four grand prize winners who will each receive a Starbucks gift card in the amount of $25.00.

Enter now! The contest starts today and goes until Friday, March 22nd. If you'd like to see other submissions, click here. For official rules and regulations, go here. Eligible contest entries must be original works, in digital format and free of profanity, vulgarity, nudity, and obscenity.

Enter Today 

We can't wait to see your scary fridge. Good luck and may the mystery tupperware in the back of the fridge remain ever closed. 

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(Photo Credit: This actually was a Thing in our office fridge. We still don't know what it was. Nobody is taking the blame for this one. Gross.)

 

 

 

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