It’s been more than three months since I started using Pococha, a distribution service. In this short time, Pococha has made me think about many things.
There was a time when I spent a sleepless night at an Internet cafe when I had no place to stay, but I was definitely saved by the live streamers who stayed up late at that time.
I’m in the three families, and if you’re over 1K, you get into the family quota and get special information. I am using it for free because I am looking at it without paying.
I’m sorry about that.
That’s why I go around 3 or 4 people a day with a box free and save my coins.
I’ve been told that I don’t have to give anything back, but I feel somewhat bad about it.
I’d like to write about one of the livers. M. She doesn’t have an office, and I hear that many A-band members do, but she doesn’t want to be tied down, so she doesn’t join an office. I was fascinated by her, but it seemed that she already had many fans, many of whom were probably paying tens of thousands of dollars a month.
The best I could get was about 1K to 3K, but every time I saw someone with 15K or 20K or more tossing expensive coins and seeing M’s special joy, I felt that there was no place for me here anymore and wondered what I should do.
I left the Family by myself. But I didn’t have the courage to unfollow her. I don’t know if M knew that I had left the family or not, but even after I left the family, I still went to watch the feeds. But I didn’t have the courage to comment, and sometimes I would get one coin and leave without saying a word.
There was a quiz in one of the feeds to guess the meter, and I won that quiz once. Some listeners could not tolerate a listener with only 1K winning that quiz. I heard later that I were told that people who were not in the family were not eligible to win, but I was in the family at that time, so I was actually eligible to participate in that quiz. Later, the listener even went out of his way to apologize to me for being so rude in the family slot, and he was wrong.
I was new to the family, so I had no idea how much that quiz weighed, but I was very grateful to find out that there were people who charged a lot for it.
After leaving the family, the quiz started, and M suddenly spoke to me. M suddenly spoke to me, “Take, it’s starting. I told her that I was no longer a member of the family and that I could participate even if I wasn’t a member of the family, but I just watched and did not participate.
M remembered that I had won first place in the quiz. I made a few comments, tossed a few coins, and got 1K. I asked if I could apply for the family again. M said yes, of course, and I joined the family again.
There was something that had been bothering me for a while. I began to wonder if she might have had the same disease as me before.
I began to wonder if she might have had a similar illness to mine before, and worried that she might not be better yet, since she was sometimes sick and would suddenly take time off. The family seemed to be well aware of this, but I never asked M. she seemed to remember that I had been taking sleeping pills before going to bed.
Yesterday, I felt a stirring in my heart when M wrote in the family slot that she had something important to discuss at midnight. I had taken a sleeping pill at 23:00, but I didn’t fall asleep and stayed around the box until midnight.
At exactly midnight, the delivery started. Normally it would be a little late; M didn’t cover her forehead and her eyes seemed to be a little swollen. As expected, she tearfully told me that she had been told by the hospital to quit Pococha for a month. She smiled a lot in her delivery, and it was obvious that her smile came from the heart, so I assumed that her illness was nothing serious, but that was not the case. After the delivery, I heard that she was experiencing strong thoughts of rarefaction, and I couldn’t take my eyes off her as she apologized with tears in her eyes.
M will be taking a month off. Honestly speaking, one month seemed too short. Since she was so eager to see us again in a month, I felt that her symptoms were relatively mild.
I couldn’t stop crying at the sight of M, but I am still looking forward to seeing her again in good health. This disease makes people lose their motivation, but I feel motivated to see M again.
It was none other than me who was saved by M. And I think everyone in my family feels the same way.