Hellions "Naughty vs. Nice Bout" tickets

Slay-Belles-Text-V3-217x300.jpgThe Hellions of Troy are back this weekend. Their "Slay Belles: Naughty Vs. Nice" bout is Saturday night at Rollerama in Schenectady (doors open at 7, bout starts at 8) and AOA has 5 pairs of tickets to give away.

To enter the drawing, give us some suggestions for ways to get on Santa's "nice list" this year.

Leave your suggestion in the comment section of this post and we'll enter you in the drawing. Five people will win a pair of tickets.

Important: One entry per person. You must answer the question to be entered. You must submit your comment by noon on Thursday, December 2. You must include a working email address (that you check regularly) with your comments. The winners will be notified by 5 pm Thursday and must respond by 10 am Friday.

AOA is a media sponsor of the Hellions.


You know how you're sitting in a store, impatient, because of whatever else is going on in your life? Take a moment, and breathe. Everyone is waiting, not just you. And be nicer to the cashier while you're at it.

Win roller derby tickets and take Santa with you!!

How to get on Santa's Nice list? Simple: Keep up the good work on this blog! I totally loved your review of the pancake bites. You saved me the agony of trying them myself.

Volunteer your time towards working for a cause that you are passionate about.

Leave a letter of apology on each car that you've deflated the tires on.

Help and elderly person across the street.

raise funds for the santa speedo sprint on december 11th!

... or donate: http://www.firstgiving.com/albanyallstars


Leave Santa some cookies and milk...I hear he likes chocolate chips!

Santa would want you to grant the wish of a little roller-derby obsessed girl by giving her tickets to see this bout!

Concise : Don't be a douche.

Please oh Please let me get what I want. Lord knows it would be the first time.

Don't eat a jar of jalapenos and 8 cloves of garlic immediately before you go to the dentist's. It won't 'get them back' for last year's root canal.

an oldie but still true today:

do on to others... as you would do on to yourself!

How to get on Santa's good list? Be nice more than you're naughty. Unless you're Mrs. Claus, of course. If you're Mrs. Claus being naughty just may get you higher up on Santa's good list.

Keep your paws off Mrs. Clause

Tip your waitress, rate your Netflix, pet your dogs.

Volunteer All Over Albany

(nice lights)

Let an older person have your parking space in the mall. They have to shop too!!!

bribe one of the elves...

Be genuine in everything you do and remember why you love the things you do.

Offer him sex.

First we send Isabella Bruisalini in to distract the elf guard. She will be dressed as a lady elf. In fishnets. Use your imagination. Then we deploy Swedish Fist, Elle Hathno-Fury, Black and Blue Jean, and Jenny Rotten to take them out of the picture altogether. Add in a sneaky whip from Big-Headed Honky to get Katastrophe through the carnage to substitute OUR version of the master list, and we're ALL good to go!

Hypothetically speaking, of course.

Just saw I didn't answer the question!
Go to the Hellions of Troy Naughty Vs. Nice bout- That's how!

Make Santa some homemade cookies!

Go to AARD home opener on Jan 8th

soak santa's cookies in rum.

Bummer, never received an email. Was hoping to win this one.

When are the winners posted!! ahhhhh:)

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