Winner of the VIP Pairings Passes: Your Best Pairings

Youse guys are really funny, you know that?

When we asked you to name your favorite pairing -- be it human couple, fictional characters, or...whatever...we weren't sure what we were going to get. After all, our examples were kind of lame. (Tarzan and Cheetah?)

But leave it to the smartest people on our planet to come up with some really good pairings. So good, in fact, that we wanted to share our top five favorites, counting down to the winning answer. The winner, of course, gets a pair of VIP tickets to New Times Pairings at the Broward Country Convention Center on Thursday, September 26 from 7 to 10 p.m.

If you didn't win this time around, advance purchase general admission tickets are on sale now for only $45, which includes unlimited samplings of food, wine, specialty cocktails, craft beer, and live entertainment. VIP tickets are $80 and include access to the party at 6 p.m. for an extra hour of wine, food and entry to the exclusive VIP lounge. Purchase tickets at ticketfly.com now, because this event sells out and VIP access is limited.

Here are the best pairings you submitted:

5. Macaulay Culkin and Heroin... because, well, he loves her soo much.

-Walter Larzik

Awww. Clean Plate Charlie is a sucker for all kinds of love.

4. Shaggy and Scooby Dooby Dooby Dooooooooooooooo


Take one classic friendship. Add ghosts and the search for snacks and you've got pairings gold.

3. Miley Cyrus and The Foam Finger (for obvious reasons)


Unfortunately, we hear the foam finger joined a Buddhist monastery after that little incident.

2. Don Draper and Hard Liquor

- Alexandra

Nothing like a good friend to see you through a long, hard day at the office.

1. Spray Tans and Douchebags

-Leah Arluk

Congrats to Leah for pretty much summing up the entire reason why airbrushing your body is never a good idea and for winning a pair of VIP Pairings tickets!

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