Back Pains (Sollux X Reader)Back PainsMore Like This
Sollux X Reader
Damn it did your back hurt, you are definitely lucky that your pal Sollux is willing to help you. Both of you tend to have back pains and problems from the amount of time you two spend on your computers. Not that either of you cared how much time it was. You’d never stop using your computer and neither would he.
Sollux was a great guy when you were hurt or down. He’d always chat with you and try to cheer you up. When your back was hurting he’d come by to help you during the day. He’d keep you laying wherever you picked and brought you food and your laptop. He’d even correct you while sitting so you didn’t hurt your back any more. He was a nice guy when you needed him.
It’s not like this helping while hurt was a one sided thing though. He’d have his back problems and you’d hurry over and care for him. Bring him his laptop, help him with his codes, cook meals for him even though you didn’t always like
How to Protect your digital sales v.1.2[Updated]More Like This
V.1.2 - #9 rule Added on - 8/1/2014
Due to recent drama caused by ToxicMutagen/Pixlett, I'm making this handy-dandy guide for newbie salesmen who wish to protect their interests.
Hi! Are you an aspiring digital artist? Do you want to sell your creations? Never a better time than now! However, there are people out there who will lie and decieve you for your hard-earned cash and it could ruin you if you are not smart about protecting your own assests! Here's some tips for you fellow digital art sellers out there:
1) CREATE A TERMS OF SERVICE.
*Your ToS should probably include something about the things you will and won't draw, the right to refuse service at anytime, information of how to properly place and cancel an order, and any repercussions that will happen by not abiding by this agreement.
2) HAVE THE BUYER E-SIGN A WRITTEN CONTRACT STATING THEY AGREE WITH YOUR TERMS OF SERVICE* AND AGREE TO PAY THE AGREED UPON PRICE. DO NOT TAKE A PA