HOW DO I PARTICIPATE?
Pretty simple, actually!
Step 1: Notice that there's an "Add To Favorites" button there in the upper-right of the screen.
Step 2: Study the "Add To Favorites" button thoroughly, admiring every glistening pixel of its splendor.
Step 3: Contemplate the means in which the existence of an "Add To Favorites" button enriches your life and brings your soul one giant step closer to achieving spiritual nirvana.
Step 4: Realize I'm trolling at this point and push the darned "Add To Favorites" button already.
WHAT ARE THE RULES?
As opposed to the previous raffle, the rules have been changed up a bit.Rule #1
: Ensure spyed
doesn't change the +Faving system on us in the middle of the contest.Rule #2
: Make for darned sure you follow rule #1. Heidi
, I'm totally countin' on you with this one.Rule #3
: BY FORCE IF NECESSARY. Chains and tazers are not out of the question, and many a blind eye will be turned.*Failure to abide by these rules may result in me again screaming into a rug for twenty minutes straight.
Each winner will receive 150 dA points!
Prizes will be distributed accordingly based upon the number of people who
this journal entry. For every 50
's this journal receives, another prize will be added. Therefore, everybody will have, at least, a one in fifty chance of scoring some free dA points to update their dA Muro with or whatever.
Or, in layman's terms...just
this journal, and you might wake up one morning with some extra points rattling about your dA page for doing something so easy, you completely forgot you even did it. Did I mention this contest is easy?
As to not bankrupt myself should this journal leap into a mysterious quantity of undeserved stardom that makes Rebecca Black jealous, the prize count will be capped at 400
's (8 prizes). Also, to ensure that the odds of 1/50 remains intact, only the first 400 to
this journal are eligible. So get in on it quick before this journal defies all odds (and logic) and achieves a caliber of popularity comparable to AssClownFish
complaining about how offensively repulsive his customers are at work.