Ring-a-ding-ding! We have a winner to our “Carrie Bradshaw in Paris” contest

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Yes, Cheapos, we finally two winners to our recent “Carrie Bradshaw in Paris” contest. We asked the following question:

During the season six finale:

1) Where in Paris did Carrie Bradshaw fall?

2) What color was her umbrella?

and (for existential bonus points)…

3) What exactly did she lose during her spill?

Congratulations Arte and Christina! You both provided the correct answers to all three questions, including the existential bonus-studded “stumper.”

The answers you’ve been waiting for…

During the season six finale, one homesick Carrie (personally, I don’t think she gave Paris a fair shot!) slipped and fell in a Dior shop after closing her very wet (but still very chic) red umbrella.

And what did Carrie “lose” during the spill, at least temporarily?

Carrie momentarily misplaced her beloved “Carrie” necklace, which symbolized her sense of self (a shiny meld of self-identity, confidence, and balance).

And what do we have for our winners today? A very stylish Rihanna ‘Brella (umbrella) by Totes!

Thanks for playing everyone!

See also: Our post about packing an umbrella in Paris, for when it drizzles…

About the author

Theadora Brack

About the author: Theadora Brack is a writer working in Paris. Her fiction has appeared in more than 30 literary publications, including 3AM International, The Smoking Poet, Beloit Fiction Journal, Mid-American Review, and the Haight-Ashbury Literary Journal.

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2 thoughts on “Ring-a-ding-ding! We have a winner to our “Carrie Bradshaw in Paris” contest”

  1. Thank you for doing a contest like this! It was a lot of fun! I will definitely be checking out http://www.eurocheapo.com to help with my future traveling plans and to read the very interesting articles!! Please keep the contest coming!

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  2. Wow, Cheapos. . . you’ve made me a better person yet again, as I had not a clue there were Rihanna ‘Brellas and will be buying a dozen in 5, 4, 3, 2. . .

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