What reward should you get once you type in over 200k words on the internet?
I was thinking. ^*;;<~ x ~<**"~ Given the cash-jizz that social media companies receive based on advertising revenue and middle-management financial ju-ju --and given that the average book length is 180k words, and those hacks get paid big money-- what monetary or prize-based reward should ordinary punters LIKE US get generating a similar amount of content - albeit spread out over the course of years?
Don't get me wrong, I'm chuffed to bits with me TWS 'best replies' award, but it wouldn't hurt to get, say, a free pair of X-ray specs, or a poster of Erin Gray or whatever.
Matt_Aranha last edited by
@Indrid-Cold Moisturiser and a finger massage.
Sasha M last edited by
a new keyboard?
@Sasha-M YES, M8. Why do keyboards always get so skanky and clogged-up? It's like the crumbs come from the Blair Witch.
SynapticMisfire last edited by
One of those sex dolls that keep getting advertised on TWS, generating content no one cares about on the internet is a lonely existence.
Sir Introvert last edited by
@Indrid-Cold As a 9Gagger, i'd confidently say that we typed that much words every month on the heated arguement comment section.
The biggest reward for us, is the silent victory from our foe... or victim.
@Sir-Introvert Uh-huh. I've been known to initiate an internet argument myself: I like it when the thread goes dead, and everyone thinks it's a deadlock, but deep down you know that you've won, and everyone's stupid opinion marks them out as a ghost floating around in an infinite dark void.