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Boomer The Dog - 2015-04-26

That's an interesting fox, he doesn't seem to have a nose pad though, he can't smell.


mashedtater - 2015-04-30

Boomer, are you reading his fursuit?

EvilHomer - 2015-04-26

The first time I encountered a furry lifestyler was my freshman year of highschool; a dorm-mate of mine was a wolf furry, and he he got caught downloading wolf porn on my friend's computer while said friend was away at class.

The first time I encounter furry *media* was who-the-fuck-knows. This guy says his first introduction to anthro was Redwall, but I find that hard to believe; he must have seen Robin Hood, Mickey Mouse, or any number of other things (Swat Kats, Road Rovers, etc) well before reading Redwall (which is an awesome series, BTW). Western storytelling is full of funny animal stories; you've most likely been exposed to dozens, if not hundreds or even thousands of them, by the time you're out of diapers.

Scattersane - 2015-04-26

And then, depending on if you're a babyfur or not, by the time you get back into them!

Boomer The Dog - 2015-04-28

Hi Homer, did you know that wolf was called a Furry, or just that he was someone who liked anthro porn? I saw so many stories with animals, it's a distinctive way that the media tells stories to kids it seems.

It always interests me how Furry people find out about what they are, especially the personal journey to their animal.

I have known a couple of baby furs, and met others who might not be babies but incorporate things from it in their fursonas.


EvilHomer - 2015-04-28

It wasn't anthro porn, it was actually a whole set of photographs of two wolves fucking. And yes, he identified as a Furry; he used to hang out on Furcadia, and loved talking about the Furry community! This was back in '99 or so; I'm not sure when this fellow first turned fur, but I think he'd been involved in the online scene since the mid-90s, when he was in middle school.

Boomer The Dog - 2016-11-03

Hi Homer, that's great, you knew about it at an early time, Furry population was increasing at the time with the rise of the internet into popularity, and stories were showing up about Furries on national news.

It would be cool if you could find your friend again and see what they're doing now.


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