•Holiday Contest Week 2 Results
Congratulations to *Enalla! She's won a greyscale portrait, 200 dA points, and a journal feature. The random drawing results are posted here.
My favorite cat humor link was sent to me by ~Michelle-JP. For this, she's won 100 points. If you're curious about what had me laughing like a crazy person, check it out here.
•Holiday Contest Week 3
RULES (These are the exact same ones that were posted last week and apply to every week for this contest.)
1) Watchers only, please.
2) There will be four separate raffles:
3rd- Starts (12/16) Closes (12/22) Winner announced (12/23)
4th- Starts (12/23) Closes (12/31). Winner announced on New Years Day.
3) Only one entry per person, per week. If you don't win this week, feel free to enter again next week when this week's winner is randomly chosen.
4) You must answer the questions posted for that week to be entered. Just commenting "eNter me Plz" isn't going to cut it. (Come on. I think I'm making this pretty easy already...)
5) Don't worry about assigning raffle numbers to each of your answers. I'll take care of assigning you a number in a response comment.
6) Winners will be announced in the same journal entry that announces the questions and prizes for the following week's raffle.
7) The prizes get bigger every week. As stated earlier, you can be the winner for only one week's raffle. This means you can't win the larger prizes in later weeks if you've already won a previous week's [smaller] prizes. I won't be announcing any of the prizes ahead of their week either, so the gamble of when to start entering is up to you.
THIS WEEK'S QUESTION There's only one question this week because it requires a little extra thought. A brief explanation of your answer would be awesome.
1) In your opinion, what is the difference (if there is one) between the definition of "fangirl" and "fanboy"? Does it only designate gender? Or do you feel that each indicates a separate set of behaviors? For example, can a female be a "fanboy" when she passionately argues what the intentions were of the creator of her favorite TV show? Can a male "fangirl" over a character that he finds attractive or fascinating? Or will the former always be a "fangirl" and the latter always a "fanboy" due to their gender?
I don't think there's only one correct answer, so please don't feel like it's possible to get this "wrong." I'm just curious about what you guys think.
THIS WEEK'S PRIZES
•A journal feature for you and/or your group
•One greyscale portrait, with colorsplash if desired
•300 dA points
•A 1 month subscription to dA