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Striking pair in the running

Rhyenn Buckley (left) with her pal Kate.
Rhyenn Buckley (left) with her pal Kate. Contributed

RHYENN Buckley and her best friend are among the latest entrants in the Best Friends at Big Day Out competition.

The QT Facebook competition has so far received more than 60 entries.

It will reward one lucky pair of best friends with a double pass to the one-day festival at the Gold Coast next year.

Ms Buckley's colourful entry also explained the strong friendship she had with pal Kate.

"My best friend and I have always lived far apart from each other, yet we do everything together," she said.

"When we go to concerts in our respective towns we reminisce as if we were there together.

"We have never seen each other for more than a week straight and yet I could not imagine my life without her. I wouldn't be the same person..."

Readers aged over 18 can enter the competition via the QT - The Queensland Times Facebook page.

Topics:  bdo, big day out 2012, facebook




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