Ménage à Trois, Dunkin' Donuts, Pizza Hut Giveaways Via Facebook

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Remember flair from Office Space? Jennifer Aniston's character worked at a restaurant chain, Chotchkie's, and had to wear a certain number of buttons (flair) on her suspenders.

We bet that if she had some Ménage à Trois buttons, she would have totally loved her crappy job.

Ménage à Trois wine is giving away three pieces of flair on Facebook (one for you -- and two more for special friends). 

Just click here to get the "I've tried Ménage à Trois" buttons mailed to your home. 

If you're a Sims fan, Dunkin' Donuts is giving away a special virtual lawn chair for your Sims Social avatar. Just go to their Facebook page to claim your chair.

Pizza Hut wants to give you a free order of bread sticks or cinnamon sticks when you sign up for its email list. Go to its Facebook page for details.

Here's Jennifer Aniston getting schooled about flair:

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