Tell us a joke on Vine and you could win a £100 Ticketmaster voucher!

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donnie-maroot-page-imageNext month, Scottish Friendly’s Head of Actuarial, Donald MacLeod, a.k.a. Donnie Maroot will be attempting to break the World Record for ‘Most Jokes Told in an Hour’. The event will be sponsored by Scottish Friendly and you can read more about this here.

To celebrate this exciting event, we’re running a competition:

Tweet us a Vine between 24th February – 4th March 2014, telling us a joke in 6 seconds and you could win a prize.

Donnie Maroot will pick his favourite Vine from all the entrants and the lucky winner will win a £100 Ticketmaster voucher.

Competition closed

Thank you for your entries!

We were very pleased with the response to our first Vine competition for #DonnieMaroot and would like to thank everyone involved in submitting such great and funny entries. The competition has now closed, but make sure you check out all the submissions on Vine or Twitter at the hashtag #DonnieMaroot

For inspiration see Donnie’s own 6 second Vine below:

Not used Vine before?

It’s really easy and you can download it for free on iTunes or Google Play.

If you would like some help creating your Vine, then our handy guide below explains the basics.

How to Create a Vine

  1. Tap the video camera icon
  2. Press and hold on the screen to record, release to stop recording. Once done tap the tick icon.
  3. Use the #DonnieMaroot in the caption area and make sure Twitter is selected below. Then simply upload and share your Vine.

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