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Are you a professional blogger, or do you have a full time desk job? If so, what is the desk like that you work at?

Call it a desk, a work space, a cube or even a full office. Is it stuffed in a corner of a dust room with the oldest looking Windows 98 machine that anyone has seen in recent years? Is every available spare inch of workspace piled high with rubbish?

If so then you could just be a candidate for the Pimp My Cube Contest and in with a chance of winning your share in about $1200 of prizes! From the top prize of a brand new high end computer system, or the second prize of a new desk, chair and decorations or the runner’s up prize of a new entertainment package with high end stereo, espresso machine etc, the prizes are tempting.

So, what must you do? First, create a short and amusing video detailing the disaster you have of a work space. Next, register for the competition and upload your video. Finally, tell your friends, family and anyone else you know about your entry, post it to Facebook, Twitter and whatever and get them viewing and voting for you.

And if you are lucky, you might just win one of these prizes! Competition closes end of day on 31st January.

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