20% off Bombas Socks!

Hurry up… grab 20% off the greatest socks you’ll ever wear! Perfect for Spring & Summer, and Bombas socks are honestly the best & most comfortable I’ve ever owned, and they look great too. Plus, for every pair bought, they donate a pair to homeless shelters. Almost 3 million pairs donated to date! 

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They genuinely are the best socks I’ve ever used, the most comfortable and come in loads of cool styles & colours for work and play. Their new dress socks are awesome!

One of the things I love about Bombas is that since socks are the number 1 most-requested clothing item in homeless shelters, so for every pair of socks purchased, they donate one pair to the homeless. So far, they’ve donated almost 3 million pairs of the most comfortable socks in the history of feet. Huzzah!

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Philanthropic socks, made with love, by BOMBAS. 

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Wrong Rooms to Conclude This Weekend @wrongrooms

Posted from: LE2 0JH, UK

The Twitter Microfiction ‘Wrong Rooms’ is set to reach it’s ultimate finale this weekend, with new updates already being published on twitter. The secret-author hinted on his personal feed that the ending would come ‘sometime’ this weekend.

This signals that the story will finally be wrapped up after several months of silence – the unknown author published a tweet from his personal account saying ‘time to lay this ghost to rest.’ Could this indicate the story is based on real events?

Shortly afterwards, the latest updates to Wrong Rooms were all published live on twitter within seconds of each other, indicating the ending has already been written. The question remains… why wait five months before picking up the story again? More intriguingly, there are strong rumours that a major publisher is attempting to secure a contract with the author.

Do you have any insight? Please leave your comment below. In the meantime, catch up with the story at www.twitter.com/wrongrooms

The story so far can be found at http://www.uselessdesires.co.uk/wrong-rooms