Unban Ugg Boots Campaign Goes Viral

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1000+ People pledge support to stop smuggling some very unusual items in their Ugg boots.

Ugg Boots Banned

Over the past 48 hours over 1000 people have pledged support for the removal of an Ugg boot ban in a lighthearted campaign, which has turned viral. In a response to a Pottstown Middle School ban Whooga ugg boots decided to fight back with a campaign in which people were encouraged to support the removal of the ban by tweeting item’s they’ll no longer smuggle in their ugg boots. “We created a page on our site and sent out a message to our followers. We really just wanted to do something which poked fun at the ridiculous nature of the ban and never expected a response like this. We even promised to march the pledge to the district superintended at 5000 tweets which is something we might very well be doing in the next week”

Initially people pledged to no longer smuggle iPhones, handheld gaming consoles and MP3 players in their ugg boots. After the obvious, people began pledging to stop smuggling Cuban cigars, illegal immigrants and Ryan Reynolds as well as other items we’re at a loss to try and explain. According to the website nJuice, which monitors viral media shares the items was the most talked about topic in social media on February 2. To take a peek and pledge your support visit http://www.whooga.co.uk


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