Providing receipts for intangible objects can be very hard, but that also means it's hard for members to spot any of the changes being made "behind the scenes" so to speak. I guess what I'm requesting is as much transparency as possible when it comes to how the money was spent and why. Don't get me wrong, I appreciate that Nyx was upfront about this in the original post, but I think a lot of people would feel more at ease if they could literally see where their money is going. As long as it doesn't compromise the forums safety or anyone's identity outside of PULL of course.
To be fair sapping people for no reason is like the main perk of being a rogue But I'm guessing she never actually plays any of these games when her cam is offline, and thus she continues to suck both literally and figuratively.
Not sure if it matters or nah but this was probably just meant as a silly test before filming something for the charity "Plan International Sverige". She appears in a short Mother's day video on their Facebook page and briefly talks about her own mother before encouraging people to support the charity so they can help women around the world. I would post the video myself but Facebook links has a bad habit of breaking unexpectedly.
One thing I noticed is how some people tend to get too involved in the health-craze that surrounds veganism on Instagram/Youtube. A lot of the "health gurus" (lol) preach about also cutting out oil, salt, sugar, soy and gluten from your diet and if you do that while also transitioning into a plant-based diet there's honestly not a lot of exciting things left to eat. So after a while you either get bored out of your mind or your body starts to shut down from not getting enough nutrients. What I'm trying to say is that I think it's important to take it slow and not feel pressured into making more changes than your body can handle all at once. (Source: I'm a know-it-all) All rants aside I recommend checking out Jenny Mustard, her vegan food always looks amazing even to a heathen like me! Another fun thing to do is going to the supermarket and picking out a fruit/vegetable you never tried before and well...eat it.