by Unknown on Friday, August 27, 2010

Shopbop Giveaway: We Have a Winner!

378 comments later, we have a winner. I used a random number generator to pick the winning comment, because I'm fair like that. You know I'm fair, because my girl Helen won, and her favorite babysitter is Stacey. I don't even like Stacey.

So congratulations Helen! Thanks to all of you for entering and to Shopbop and Juicy Couture for sponsoring the giveaway. I tallied up your responses, and though I can't promise I didn't miss a few or count someone's answer twice (many of you had multiple favorites, or a different favorite now than you did during your youth), here's the unofficial "favorite babysitter" results.

Claudia was the runaway winner, with 163 votes.
Stacey was your second favorite - she got 74 votes, followed by:
Mary Anne: 62 votes
Dawn: 46 votes
Kristy: 42 votes
Mallory: 13 votes
Jessi: 7 votes
Abby: 6 votes

Apparently What Claudia Wore readers don't care for asthmatics from Long Island who show up in book #89 to spice up the club with bad puns and twin switches. Maybe you'd stopped reading by then. Judging by the quality of the book I'm reviewing now (#107: Mind Your Own Business, Kristy!*), that was probably a wise move on your part.

* Yep, that's the actual title.

4 comments

How did Mallory get so many votes? Ugh.

by cerebral e on 1:20 PM. #

lol i totally remember reading Mind Your Own Business, Kristy!

by Kate on 1:48 PM. #

The last BSC book I read was the Super Special where Dawn's Dad is getting married and she asks Mary-Anne to be the other bridesmaid. It seemed weird to have the guy's ex-wife's step-daughter there, but whatevs. It had the "Name the Twins" contest advertised on the cover.

Dawn was my fave and when my fellow Cali girl was out, so was I.

by Skeggjold on 8:35 PM. #

The BSC's heyday was definitely over by Abby's time. I'm pretty sure I gave on on the series sometime in the early #80s. By then I was as old as the sitters myself; I was a big middle schooler and was too cool be seen with one of those books. Of course, part of me missed them and always wondered what ever became of those chicks.

by Libellule on 10:54 PM. #

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