Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Turqoise, Apr 3, 2010.
Wait! How did you get into my imageshack acco-.... damn.
Run fox run!
*Runs and hides in a hole*
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Oh that's soooo not right... but funny
i always thought, IIRC that harpies were made from a chicken egg being layed on the dark of the moon on the solstice. but it's been a long time since i read that.
I've never heard of a male harpy, but I would imagine it would also just be called a harpy as well. I heard that since harpies are female, they would steal men and have their way with them (unpleasantly, mind you).
Male harpies, from what I read, are called harpies but are known as princes..
Hey, that's a matter of opinion.
brb changing species
I dunno, raped and probably eaten, depending on which Harpy we are talking about (battle maidens or monsters), sounds pretty unpleasant. Though..this is the furry fandom @_@
Where are you reading this? Not saying OMG WRONG, hell if I know, I'm just curious.
What I don't get is where people get this idea of harpies being attractive nearly nude women with bird limbs. According to legend they were hideous, noisy, and horridly smelly. They killed and ate people and then presumably decorated their filthy nests with their skeletal remains.
random sites I Googled on Greek mythology
You say that like it's a bad thing.
male harpies? blasphemy!
as far as i know Harpies rape human males to impregnate
Actually, they were originally described as beautiful, winged maidens before they were made into monsters in later Greek mythology.
because... when you see a whale...
maaan the HARPOONS!
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