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I’ve never asked for money before, so…here goes.
I need $330 to enroll my dogs in behavioral adjustment training. One of them is 3 years old, and aggressive towards the other, a 18 months old St Bernard mix. As a result, it’s the younger dog who gets tethered 24/7 “for his safety”, and he’s on the verge of neglect. I’m doing my best to care for them both, but as I’m the only one in a household of five who does, it can be tough. My parents have already refused to pay for their training.
So, to the best of my ability, I’ll translate from Japanese to English in exchange for pay.
My credentials are over at my About page, but for this commission:
- Twitter: $2 per three tweets
- Blogs: $5 per blog post, but I can charge higher for longer posts
- Pixiv: $2 per page
- Online News Articles: $2 per 100 characters
- Game Scripts: $8
- Interviews: depends on length
- Scans: depends on the nature of the scan (manga, full-page, article, light novel, etc)
For now, I can only accept through Paypal. pm me on Tumblr or contact me on Skype (id: thesebzgal) if you wanna commission or inquire further.
Thanks in advance for helping me and the two things I love most in this world.
But who is the victor?
After lots of waffling on my levels of being a big huge nerd, I have accepted them and I’M FINALLY GONNA DO THE THE OTP MEME THING
1. Every entry is a comic. This makes me spend more time one making them.
2. Don’t go for the ‘easy’ way out. This makes me spend more time thinking and planning.
Which means these will NOT be daily, and a few prompts may be tweaked.
They will also not be exclusively romantic in nature, but by this comic I’m sure y’all figured that out already.
[1. Holding Hands]
It’s true! He shuts right up every time. I can’t believe how well it works!
Favorite page from one of the official SDR2 mangas: Hinata’s gay nightmare
Thought this may be useful for a few people on here!
This is a new app called ‘Self-help Anxiety Management' by The University Of West England
SAM has been developed by a university team of Psychologists, computer scientists and student users. It engages established methods of self-help and high standards of usability to provide a engaging, flexible & practical resource.
This app is currently only available for devices using Android.
omg i need a smart phone just for this app.