True & Honest Fan
- Jul 28, 2015
Someone bought the cards.
It wasn't Sockness.
It wasn't Sockness.
Chris is perfectly fine with money as it is. At this point, he is simply not going to learn not to spend big amounts on unnecessary stuff because he already gets plenty of money so, in his mind, it's all okay. He won't save for important things either unless he becomes aware of his eventual financial risks.Y'know, even if he hasn't got a job, he's probably got enough money coming in that he could save a decent amount. Put it towards a war chest for when he inevitably gets kicked out of 14 BC. Pay off a decent chunk of his enormous debts, maybe even enough to improve his credit rating. Get some decent clothes that fit.
...nah, not while there's pony shit and Transformers to buy. Sad.
The image of Sockness using these cards for some autismo tarot reading while wearing a towel wrapped on his head and looking into a snow globe is pretty amusing. Just don't let him read your palms.Of course Sockness is going to buy this shit. He's using his welfare check or money from his mother to try to buy Chris's attention. He's probably going to use these worthless cards as part of some exceptional shrine or ritual.
It's like helping the people who work on minimum wage by buying multiple Big Macs and leave no tipsNow let's see if Chris ends up giving out that ~$385 to other artist like he promises and to who.
Or that '70% goes to pony artist' is his way of pocketing the cash so he can donate to more pony patreons and buy more trash on Etsy. It would technically fulfill his pledge, but in the greasiest way possible.
It was probably that chinky faggot from Brittain.
There are people who are 18-24 year old college students who have loans to pay off but can’t get a stimulus check because of their dependent status. There are elderly people who are terminally ill and dependent on their children who also aren’t eligible.Chris buys an iPad with his Trumpbux.
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