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How did you become a furry?

-Praydeth-

The Trickster coyote.
whats wrong with uncle kage?
I see it too man even if i can agree with what he says he takes it a bit too far. Plus he acts like a douche to people sometimes, my grandparents are high class and they see certain people a bit below them. No hes beyond this hes the person they complain about being disrespectful that ask waitresses to pour a glass of wine have them show a bottle from a distance so they can tell them what fine wine they just drank and how it's bad or good and tell them to do it over and over again.
 

Mystic Thunder

Worse than a grounded pilot: a grounded pegasus
whats wrong with uncle kage?
I just don't do well with people who actively try to control what people say... Maybe because that's happened to me so much of my life, but I feel that his media policy is essentially a gag order.
I guess but youtube videos always take so long to upload and I have to keep the window open all the time and I'm just never in the mood for that. -__-
It takes less time if you upload shorter videos, about 5 minutes is the ideal length on YouTube- even if that means splitting off into several installments.
What's wrong with those colours? Sure they may be overused but how is that different to most country flags being blue white and red?
You have to know how many similar color schemes seem to come up among different species of fursonas...
Damn things are getting heated
Indeed
 

-Praydeth-

The Trickster coyote.
Damn things are getting heated
The best part is it's not the chat in general just me and i'm the source of all of this but you guys are being nice and not acknowledging it and i am struggling to stop. (please make me stop)
 

Mystic Thunder

Worse than a grounded pilot: a grounded pegasus
The best part is it's not the chat in general just me and i'm the source of all of this but you guys are being nice and not acknowledging it and i am struggling to stop. (please make me stop)
Good, good. You have learned well, my young Padawan... you will be a furry knight soon enough!
(This is a joke)
 

-Praydeth-

The Trickster coyote.
Good, good. You have learned well, my young Padawan... you will be a furry knight soon enough!
(This is a joke)
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-Praydeth-

The Trickster coyote.
Good, good. You have learned well, my young Padawan... you will be a furry knight soon enough!
(This is a joke)
But sometimes things require honesty this intended as feedback you can use to improve apon your (I hate the word it sounds stupid, you know what i'm talking about) The way the red is shaped makes it look like a heart and because of the hair for the longest time i thought you were a girl.
 

Ketren

Member
How did I become a fur? It's a long story, but to sum it up: Redwall > gaming > WolfQuest > furry. I was looking for gaming sites (or something like) and stumbled upon GamingFurever. "This seems I legit," I thought, and in 2013 my furry life began.
 

Simo

Professional Watermelon Farmer
I got into the fandom in somewhat of an odd way, I suppose. I was/am very much into rubber/latex puppy play, with me as the fully encased, hyper, waggity pup, and it was via this that I started to meet furries, and also, to see where it'd be fun to also adopt the identities of other animals, as this opened up a limitless world of fun and imagination...so while it started out more or less sexual, it's grown to become something I like on many different levels. I also loved and still love finding a good RP, where the story just moves along, and you feel very much in tune with the other person/people; oddly, I have met most of my closer furry friends after having Rpd with them; it's as if we reveal sides of ourselves via collaborative fiction that might be hard to express otherwise. (And I do not mean merely in yiffy terms!)

Also, I can tend to be on the brooding, dark, intellectual side, so this whole fandom has been a great way to get me out of that.
 

AustinB

Professional loser
I used to troll people online and I raided a furry community on Google+ with some other trolls. I ended up liking the idea of anthropomorphic animals and I was in the closet about being a furry for around 2 years (mainly because I didn't want to be called a freak or a retard) and here I am. Ironic, isn't it? I used to troll furries, only to become one myself later on. I still love screwing around with people, though. Just not as much as I used too.
 
M

modfox

Guest
i was into doom modding. i like foxes
spent like 90% of my time on the Zdoom forums. heard about furries. did research on them. looked up furry forum. found this one
found a furry skype group met a few friends. i was then a furfag
 

Tsuko-chi

Tsuko speaking.
As a kid I was always into mythology and ancient religions that had gods, goddess who were described to have had animal like features, so as a kid I would try to concept and depict what was written into illustration.
I just recently discovered the furry community so it wasn't until recently that I started drawing things of this nature again. I have changed a lot and I don't draw anthros as ethereal beings anymore but I still have fun!^^
 

Reyna Malone

Like "Molly Malone"
I've always loved anthropomorphic animals, wether it was fan art, movies, or books. I found the furry community through youtube about a year ago.
 
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Sagt

Guest
It all started when I saw this video:

Which led me to watching this video:

Which then encouraged me to look up furry convention videos. A gameshow sort of thing called CatchFURase at Confuzzled was one of the highlights for me. Also, I enjoyed watching many of the convention dancing competitions even though many of the dancers were quite amateurish. Anyways, these kinds of videos convinced me that I was interested in this sort of stuff and so I started considering myself a furry.

Furry porn might have been a reason as well.
 
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