Saturday, December 21, 2013

12 Days of Firemen - Day 3
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The winners from Day 2 are:

Anne W. for her correct answer.
Heather L. for her creative answer.

And the correct answer, according to, was Benjamin Franklin, in Philadelphia on December 7, 1736.

On to today's question! I know you'll have fun with this one.

What is a wetdown ceremony?
As always, I'll award a prize for one randomly selected correct answer and one randomly selected creative answer. Research is allowed, you have until 10am EST tomorrow to leave your answer, either here or on my Facebook page, where you're invited to join all the firemen fun.

So, today's top prize is a bunch of SMOKIN' HOT FIREMEN! This is a red-hot anthology of sexy stories about our favorite hotties, and one of the authors, the lovely Cynthia D'Alba Fan Page, is offering up some swag to go with it. Thanks, Cynthia! The "creative" prize winner will receive a Bachelor Firemen Gift pack. HAVE FUN!


  1. when a dog mistakes your leg for a fire hydrant

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  2. A wetdown is a ritual celebrated by many volunteer fire departments in the United States in which squads of firefighters from neighboring towns ritualistically commission a new fire apparatus by anointing it with water sprayed from the visitors' firefighting equipment (according to Wikipedia!)

    1. Wikipedia is right! :-) That's one handy site, I swear. I look up everything there.