COMPETITION: Swim shorts for Dad

Father’s Day will be here on June 15th, which also happens to be my birthday.

To celebrate Fathers day, Star Blu are giving away an amazing prize to one of my readers.

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The prize is: A lovely pair of men’s Coral Swimshorts worth Β£55. The sizes start from small to XXXL. There is also an option to purchase the same pair of shorts for boys, so Father and son can have matching pairs.

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The shorts come in a lovely turquoise and white colour and feature the endangered coral reef. They have a waterproof money holder in the back which is very useful for keeping cards and money dry and with you whilst swimming.
These shorts would be perfect for a holiday, day at the beach or even for a trip to the swimming pool. They will make a great Father’s Day gift for hubby, Dad or even Grandad.

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TO ENTER
If you fancy a chance to win these shorts either for yourself or for that special man in your life, then please follow these easy steps.

1) follow my blog, either by email, twitter, Bloglovin or Facebook (buttons on this page)

2) follow/like Starblu on FACEBOOK

3) finally as it’s Father’s Day: please write a short story (in the comment box) about something memorable/touching or funny about your Dad. This can be anything you like from a childhood memory to something recent.

(T&CS: Competition will end June 9th. I reserve the right to alter this date to coincide for Father’s Day shipments.
The prize will be sent directly from Starblu, therefore I have no control over despatch times or delayed/missing items.
The winner will be chosen at random and emailed a notification of their win. It is important to check spam/junk folders for such an email.
UK mainland entrants only and Entrants must be over 18 years old.
All 3 entry steps must be completed.)

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28 Comments

  1. May 29, 2014 / 10:07

    Following via email & liked Starblu on Facebook.

    I remember as a child we all went to France and each day I would have peas or carrots on my plate, neither of which I liked, everyone insisted I eat my veggies but when no one was looking my dad would take big mouthfuls and everyone praised me for being a good girl – it was our secret πŸ™‚

  2. Tammy Tudor
    May 29, 2014 / 10:31

    I remember we’d go on autumn woodland walks with my dog. My dad would always lift me up high so I could collect the conkers πŸ™‚

  3. Karen Louise wright
    May 29, 2014 / 11:29

    Me & my dad use to go bike riding together & go for walks x

  4. May 29, 2014 / 13:51

    i suppose it is funny , but dad went into the swimming pool on holiday when we were kids and as he was trying to come out they kept slipping down, mum had to run to get some more, he put then over the others under water !!

  5. Mary Heald
    May 29, 2014 / 14:48

    I remember watching my dad mow the lawn when I was a child and all of a sudden the petrol mower sped up and my dad was hanging on for dear life. Nobody rescued him we were all creased up inside.

  6. May 29, 2014 / 22:51

    I remember my dad taking us to buy pumpkins at halloween then we had to draw out our face design on a piece of paper and he would carve into the pumpkins for us after we’d had major fun scooping out all the flesh and getting messy!!

  7. May 30, 2014 / 18:09

    My dad used to sneak ahead on walks & hang bags of Maltesers onto tree branches so we were amazing to find Malteser Trees!

  8. dianemjackson5
    May 31, 2014 / 09:09

    After Sunday lunch, my Dad always took us on a walk in countryside. Usually, we were chased and had to hide from the farmers/landowners and occasionally caught and asked to leave.

  9. Monika S
    May 31, 2014 / 22:17

    my dad made up a language to use with us in a house – still remember it and vow to pass it on to my children

  10. jayne hall
    June 1, 2014 / 09:41

    i remember my dad taking me to calais on the ferry aged 13 on a day trip and i was so sea sick it webt all over him he never complained

  11. janet robertson
    June 1, 2014 / 12:43

    When I was a child I lived on a farm & was quite a long way from school so had to be taken in a car. One snjowy winter’s day the lane was blocked & we couldn’t get a car up it. My dad decided he could still get me to school on a tractor. Imagine the other kid’s faces

  12. Samantha R
    June 2, 2014 / 10:43

    My parents were one of those couples that stayed together for the sake of the kids which was probably a big mistake for them and us, we didn’t do things as a family, I remember when my dad took me and my sister on his own for a holiday in Blackpool to see the illuminations, its the only holiday my dad ever went on with us

  13. June 4, 2014 / 18:59

    I follow by email, twitter, Bloglovin’ and Facebook. I like Starblu on Facebook.
    My dad raised me alone and had to work 6 days a week to keep a roof over our heads. Every Sunday without fail he would take me to feed the ducks in my buggy. I remember eating the bread on the way there so there was none left for the ducks, hee hee! It is a very early memory and one I hold very dear to my heart x

  14. Tracey Mitchell
    June 6, 2014 / 06:09

    my dad used to take me kite flying and fishing great times

  15. June 7, 2014 / 14:21

    My dad used to have a ‘look’ He always used to wear a bobble hat (hand knitted by my mum ) and he smoked a pipe- he even had a gap in his teeth that his pipe had worn down .He had that pipe in his mouth constantly, often unlit. Also to my dismay when we were out he used to hum a tune all the time . Well it wasn’t actually a hum but more of a ‘pom pah pom’ and totally his own made up tune. I remember once knocking his pipe out of his mouth playing swing ball. It actually shot out of his mouth and flew over two neighbour’s gardens .We got it back ! We also got the pipe back when he capsized canoeing .His bobble hat stayed firmly on his head. I have a lovely picture of him and I would do anything to see that old bobble hat and pipe firmly in place and hear his pom pah pom again.

  16. June 8, 2014 / 12:00

    my dad always looks grumpy but when you ask him whats wrong he always looks surprised and says nothing!

  17. Emily Hutchinson
    June 8, 2014 / 13:28

    A few years ago my dad and I went on holiday to Alabama. We’d never been on holiday together before, so it’s memories I will always treasure as we had a brilliant time.

  18. Abby may
    June 8, 2014 / 20:41

    My dad used to always used to take me to the seaside on his days off- happy memories x

  19. Laura Anne Farnworth
    June 8, 2014 / 21:45

    Following you and Starblu on facebook.
    My dad would take me for long dog walks and tell me all the capital countires of the world and i would memorize them.

  20. Jacqueline Roberts
    June 9, 2014 / 09:06

    My Dad telling me all about his collection from WW2. He showed me a spoon he found from a German soldier and his medals. Found it fascinating, the spoon which resided in the drawer was forever known as the German spoon when used in cooking. “pass me the German spoon”

  21. June 9, 2014 / 09:19

    Following by email, like on Facebook(Robyn Logan).

    When i was about 7 my dad started going to the gym, that year in his fathersday card I wrote, I love my dad because he has big muscles, lol.

  22. Bernadette Willis
    June 9, 2014 / 09:37

    When I was young I fell off a pony and broke my nose, but as we were miles from anywhere my Dad ran with me in his arms to get help. On arrival, my aunt decided that he needed help before me as he’d nearly killed himself getting there. He was always the same, the most generous person I’ve ever known, with everything

  23. Colin Richardson
    June 9, 2014 / 09:49

    I used to look forward to the summer holidays when i could go to work with my dad who was a lorry driver

  24. June 9, 2014 / 16:49

    Following via bloglovin, and i like both pages on fb..

    When I was younger i went to my Dad’s works Xmas party and my dad dressed up as Santa to give out the presents, i wasn’t suppose to know it was him, but i suddenly realised it was him as i recognised the socks i had given him for his birthday the month before! I then preceded to shout that it wasn’t Santa it was my dad! my mum tried to usher me out of the room so i wouldn’t ruin the Santa experience for the other children, i ended up having a tantrum and a lot of the other kids were crying. Needless to say my dad never played Santa again!

  25. Elizabeth Williams
    June 9, 2014 / 18:13

    My dad would always take me to the seaside on my birthday.

    Following you on fb and Like Starblu on fb.

  26. June 9, 2014 / 20:26

    My Dad used to let me sit on his lap and drive the car round the block, I loved it!

    I’m a FB liker – Kel Ellen Hirst

  27. June 9, 2014 / 21:20

    My Dad is my hero. He taught me how to swim, how to eat properly (etiquette) and all manner of life tips. We used to go walking the dogs, cycling, squash, playing pool – he is the best. He is always proud of me, and I love him.

  28. November 9, 2018 / 08:48

    They look adorable in having matching shorts!

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