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N.Korea in first place for "underwear" competition
Twitter Exposure 319,089 | Facebook Impressions 29,422 | 2013.10.08 14:36

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A site called “thedrop.bjornborg.com has opened is sponsoring an event in which the location with the most nominations to deserve 450 pairs of free underwear will have them delivered by an airdrop.

The event is sponsored by the Swedish clothing company called Bjorn Borg.

[If you click the image, and then navigate to the site / image = bjornborg]

Currently North Korea is in first place with 5,566 votes, Sweden in a distant second with 483 votes.

Assuming there are no drastic changes, North Korea is likely to be bombarded on Oct 31, not with bombs but with a show of love and support in the form of underwears.

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