Hmm. Would any of you guys ever be interested in seeing the commissions I do (pending approval from buyers, of course)?
Dr. Eggman fronts this month’s wallpaper from Sonic Channel.
Despite his rotundness, one should not underestimate his athleticism. Sonic should not, either.
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Images courtesy of SEGA, Sonic Team, and Sonic Channel.
Are we just going to ignore the fact that he’s wearing Sonic-themed shoes?
LOL If you’re asking if your villagers will buy stuff for a million bells,
no, they will not. Generally, if the price you set is over two times
the price that Reese suggests, your villager will refuse to buy it.
As I mentioned in that specific post, selling stuff at retail for
999,999 bells is merely a good way to send a large number of bells
to a buddy without the hassle of dropping money bags.
I actually find that my villagers will buy up to just under the full price of the item (which is four times Reese’s usual buying price), but no more than 10,000 bells. Since Reese usually offers a quarter of the full price, the best way to make money from your neighbors is to multiply her offer by four and then subtract 50 bells; if the quadrupled price is over 10,000 then just set the price at 9,950 bells.
This technique has never failed me, and it’s easy to do it on a regular basis by using identified fossils (since they typically pull higher prices than furniture and are available daily).
hey staff, literally nobody ever has wanted to auto-reblog a text post as a link
no one ever
It’s not purely about it being annoying because the post you wanted to reblog is cut off after a sentence and a half, either. It’s also risky because sometimes the original post disappears, and now the reblog is effectively useless. Reblogging as text is both more convenient and more secure.
That’s not cool Tumblr and you know it, you’re basically forcing people to agree to this bullcrap.of course they’re forcing you to agree. if you’re gonna use their services then you have to abide by their rules.
yeah, that’s why it’s called “terms of service”
because they will let you use their service if you agree to their terms
What is the point in forcing you to agree if there is only one option that is so stupid it’s like a presidential election with 1 candidate a complete farce to be honest
Are you guys just not familiar with how websites in general tend to work
"I would like to buy a hamburger."
"Ok, that costs $1."
"I don’t want to pay that."
"Then you can’t have a hamburger."
"Why are you forcing me to agree to this? You’re only giving me one option!"
It isn’t that there’s “only one option.” There IS a second option. That other option is to leave the site. And on that note, Tumblr is incredibly GENEROUS because if you choose to leave the site, they actually give you the option of downloading your blog(s) contents before you go. They could’ve just as easily said “okay, your loss” and booted you out the door, but they decided to be kind. Straighten up and count your blessings instead of screaming that you have to agree to the rules before you can play on the playground.