Would you want to live in a furry run house/apartment complex/city/town/state/etc

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by Ozriel, May 6, 2013.

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Would you like to live in/on

  1. A house with 2+ furry housemates

    289 vote(s)
    35.2%
  2. A whole apartment complex would be fun!

    137 vote(s)
    16.7%
  3. A whole town/city! It'll be like AC every day!

    84 vote(s)
    10.2%
  4. Fuck towns, a state!

    9 vote(s)
    1.1%
  5. A country called Furtonia!

    50 vote(s)
    6.1%
  6. A planet full of furries!

    50 vote(s)
    6.1%
  7. A whole galaxy!

    87 vote(s)
    10.6%
  8. No, furries are sick fucks and a cancer

    22 vote(s)
    2.7%
  9. I'd hang myself first

    46 vote(s)
    5.6%
  10. Disregard this, I suck cocks.

    48 vote(s)
    5.8%
  1. Caukoumouaudge

    Caukoumouaudge New Member

    Why is this stickyed? I'm just curious.

    Is someone really trying to get a city, state,
    house or whatever built for Furrries?

    This just seems like a really weird thing to
    have stickyed.
     
  2. Bluey Grifter

    Bluey Grifter Member

    Think I'm done with the human side of 'me'. Well, maybe keep it 50/50. I do like the idea of a city full of like minded furries. From what I know so far - furries are way more fun in their outlook, and that shows somewhat!
     
  3. JM10

    JM10 Generic Husky #278

    Hey, is there anyone here in the French Quarter of New Orleans? I'd love to meet a fellow fur. :p
     
  4. sbm1990

    sbm1990 Folf Guitarist

    Um.....does a bear shit in the woods?
     
  5. Akelza

    Akelza Guest

    First order of business is to find them near me.
     
  6. SoushieChan

    SoushieChan New Member

    I would like to live in a house with other furries if they are like minded and keept their parts in their pants. I would actually love to live on a furry planet if its only like Zootopia.
     
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  7. Mr. Fox

    Mr. Fox Well-Known Member

    I'd hang myself first.
     
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  8. Kit H. Ruppell

    Kit H. Ruppell Exterminieren! Exterminieren!

    I already live with six other furries.
     
  9. lajm

    lajm family guy funny moments

    other furries that aren't me or aren't cool dudes who dig some real specific stuff kind of scare me so I'd hang myself if i loved in a town with a shitload of funny-colored fursuits or something so idk??
     
  10. guy

    guy Not a fursuit

    The alluring thing about furry is the innocent spirit reflected in their eyes. So, are the anthros uncorrupted by our world? By their world? Are they somehow "Better" than we are? If no, why would I want to live with them? The hair/fur probably gets everywhere honestly. And if they're just a bunch of jerks like people can be, they have large, vicious teeth, claws, etc. Unbless they are in life the perfect ideal represented in furry art, I may not want to live with them.

    If they are, however, kind, decent, beautiful, tender hearted, vulnerable, loving, caring, nurturing, then yes, by all means, I would like to find a woman who loves me, and move to the remote lands of Alaska, and live with her out there, in the wilderness.
     
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  11. Coryn Asur

    Coryn Asur Clips through the door

    No?? I already refuse to go to any furry conventions so I don't want to even imagine how it'd be to live with furries. They can stay in their natural habitats and I'll gladly stay in mine.
     
  12. Bam_Bams

    Bam_Bams Fur-real!

    This
    would
    be
    chaos
     
  13. Augmented Husky

    Augmented Husky Mind currently uploaded

    A house of the closest besties who like furry stuff or who are furry definitely sounds like a neat idea honestly. The style and aesthetic that basically pops more would be wonderful. Other than maybe shedding it doesn't seem like a whole lot over all changes to a large degree.....at most maybe a few life style changes to fit being anthomorfic....it's fun to imagine ^_^

    Anything beyond that is a little scary tbh....furry strangers arnt so appealing sometimes...I guess I'm not that trusting in all honesty for that to happen
     
  14. Inkblooded

    Inkblooded Active Member

    Most of my closest friends have fursonas and are interested in anthro art... but I would not want to live in a place with random, general furries. It wouldn't turn out well.
    I'm not really the social type anyway. I prefer to live isolated.
     
  15. Gaitsu

    Gaitsu Active Member

    I'm going to say yes...but no.

    Just like Normies, Furrys are all diverse, each having their own personality. If you can think of a normie who you don't like, there is sure to be a furry just like that person.
    Yes, I'd love to live in a home/appartment/planet/galaxy that has furry species, but I don't delude myself that it would be any better than walking into a big city....or a zoo....
     
  16. evilmeep

    evilmeep New Member

    Sounds like an unsustainable life.
     
  17. Yakamaru

    Yakamaru I stubbed my log on a car!

    I want to change my vote, but I can't.
     
  18. Telnac

    Telnac Fundamentalist Heretic

    House of furries would already be a whole lot of drama. A galaxy worth?! No way!
     
  19. Jay98

    Jay98 The violent man-eater

    John:
    I reckon an apartment complex would be fun or a small gated community.

    A town or anything larger would become somewhat samey to me. In theory it should be nice but you'd tire of it pretty quickly and if everyone was doing it you'd be the one person that stands out.

    However being part of a somewhat location based club by living on a furry themed apartment block would be just tolerable enough. You could spend the day doing human stuff and come home to your somewhat extended furry family.
     
  20. rknight

    rknight Member

    An apartment complex full of furries would be kickass, it'll never be boring
     
  21. ChromaticRabbit

    ChromaticRabbit lagomorphic

    Technically, I do live in a "furry run" house... alone. :p

    It would be pretty awesome to have an art commune going, though actually getting some kindred good spirits all aligned in physical space and time can seem insurmountable when you live literally in the middle of nowhere. Like all co-ops, communes, and kibbutz-- it all comes down to the spirit of the thing. Everyone participating has to really commit to the central ideas, you know, the ones that pull them away from the screens and into shared spaces and moments of face-to-face commons.

    u_u *flicks tail* Objectively, it's easier to get wrong than right and wouldn't generally just 'fall together' unless everyone agrees up front to a loving approach that felt equitable for all participants. A lot of balances must be struck, there's a slightly-mysterious art to this thing, though it helps to visit established places to see how the people in them cohere.

    So, a qualified 'yes, I would.' But I'd also want it to be inclusive of artists outside this corner of fandom because, let's face it, the pool of people credibly seeking stuff like this is already quite small. You'd ideally want to start with a viable situation that's stable and then try to build it up to something flourishing from there.

    A cautionary tale: I understand there were some "anti-fandom" houses set up in Colorado that drew kids looking for a community to belong to into diseased dens of slowly-dying foamy-mouthed predators whispering such obsequious ignoble lies and ideology. In some sense, we have all let them down because our culture was insufficient to keep out literal hate groups and endless kooky degradation of the fandom for spite and sport.

    This, by the way, is the moment you realize something quite festering has taken an interest in the fandom. I'm actually still waiting to see if I'm really going to be the only element of community 'immune response' from Colorado to this jaw-dropping circumstance, because I'm pretty sure we invited the ku klux klan into the fandom, and yet we do seem to have a paucity of moral leadership and even unwillingness to not-look-away on this issue in particular. Maybe I'm biased because it's the region I'm in, but we need a fandom response to how we un-poison the well and keep it that way, because I'm fairly sure the social malaise that took RMFC is still out there in nebulous form, seeking local targets large enough to be worthwhile. One of their MOs appears to be to Deluge the fandom with very rotten ideas, even trying to populate our ranks with those ideas as a kind of fifth-column tactic against us.

    The fandom needs to appreciate that doing nothing would be like leaving a critical 0-day vulnerability unresolved, even knowing it's being widely exploited and the integrity of the entire enterprise has been called into question. Doing nothing may be like suicide for regions of the fandom facing onslaughts of true malicious social intent. There needs to be a fandom response to this, it needs to be quite public and visible. Everyone should be engaged and motivated on this one because it's like a literal fire in the house that will try to kill the house, and maybe us all, too. And yet so far, at least, I can't seem to interest anyone in firefighting and I know it's a problem beyond just me. It certainly doesn't have to be my ideas, which are generally unoriginal; I simply wish the problem did not exist because nothing can grow in this toxic weather, and if we can't agree as a fandom to create a space where we can cultivate and defend ourselves from neo-nazis, then... we lose. Game over, and that's that.

    The thing of it is, the essence of what we are is objectively far nobler than even their highest ideological aspirations, whatever those may be, and so it would be ironic if they were somehow allowed to prevail in ripping the fandom community apart.

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  22. Jay98

    Jay98 The violent man-eater

    the bait is strong with this one
     

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