Win a crappy mask just like the one Justin Timberlake wore to Taylor Swift’s birthday party

Justin Timberlake doo doo head


Not going to lie, this may very well be my favorite giveaway ever.

Last month, Taylor Swift turned 25. Her party looked epic with the likes of Beyonce, Sam Smith, and Jay Z all stopping by to wish her a happy birthday.

Justin Timberlake also showed up dressed as a shithead.

No, really. Check out the pics above.

The official name of the disgustingly funny mask JT was sporting is the Doo Doo Head mask from BigMouth Inc. It’s sold at Spencer’s and online at and is part of their fun mask collection that includes a german shepard, a cat, and a cheeseburger.

And yes, I have one Doo Doo Head to give away to a lucky winner.

Now if you’re afraid that you could never look as good in a Doo Doo Head mask as hottie Justin Timberlake, never fear. Here’s my husband modeling a second mask the company gave me to try out for myself.


Yep, that hunky pile of dung with the rather appropriate fart shirt is my husband of nearly 21 years, Mark. Don’t be jealous, ladies.

Anyhoo, to enter to win your very own shithead Doo Doo Head mask, just fill out the form below. I’ll draw a winner on Wednesday, January 28.

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