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"Ask me about being a bitter, angry former furry." LMAO
« on: June 12, 2015, 09:01:15 PM »
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http://forums.somethingawful.com/showthread.php?threadid=3725148

Has anyone seen this fucking thread? What a joke. I think the funniest part of the OP is when he mentions going to a therapist to help deal with his " pretty crippling addiction to synthetic cannabinoids." lmao. Heroin is a crippling addiction, I think the only thing dumber than an idiot claiming to be addicted to weed, is someone claiming to be addicted to that weird fake weed shit that seems to exist solely for 13 year olds and goony losers who are too socially retarded to even get a number to buy weed.

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Re: "Ask me about being a bitter, angry former furry." LMAO
« Reply #1 on: June 12, 2015, 09:11:01 PM »
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At dawn I leave the hut. My woman is happy in her toil. When I return from my daily gathering, I am tired and hungry. There is no food or fire, because she has dragged out her ceremonial betrothal skins, and spent the day weeping because they do not fit. And somehow this is MY fault?! And now her family has come to comfort her. They have been with us since Nord has blown his icy breath. If her brother is not out of our hut by planting time, there will be a clubbing!

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« Reply #2 on: June 12, 2015, 09:16:21 PM »
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1999 - Where it all began.

So, a bit of background. I was born and raised in London, England. Eldest child of an upper middle class family, educated at a traditional British Public School (meaning in fact private, selective and single-sex during my time there). Had a generally happy home life, despite being bullied quite a lot at school for being generally unfit, book-loving, nerdy and socially awkward- stereotypically goony and also furry, to be honest. Up until I was 17 and a half my biggest vice was spending hours down my local Games Workshop playing 40K. As I went to a single-sex school I literally did not know ANY girls or women socially, but I had a good crew of friends at least. The big moment of change came from a long line of coincidences that led to me one late march evening in 1999 sitting down and rewatching The Lion King. After it had finished I slunk up to my bedroom, dialled up the internet and looked for information on its sequel, which landed me on lionking.org and led to me discovering fanfiction and online role-play (using MUCKs, MUSHes and the like) in very short order. Thus the seed was sown. Oddly, this coincided perfectly with my late teenage growth-spurt and a general time of change in my life, so suddenly I shot up three inches, lost forty pounds in weight and sort of.. awoke socially. I guess this happens to everyone at some point, however I had the misfortune to have it happen mostly in the context of my burgeoning on-line life, in the absence of many peers or girls to be interacting with face-to-face. I spent most of that summer break roleplaying on The Lion King MUCK, chatting to GIRLS for the first time, falling in love over the internet with a girl from Canada and so on.
Come September, and I break my hand at my 18th birthday party in a drunken incident I still don't remember. Spent my actual birthday in surgery and was housebound for a fortnight.
This is where the whole rotten tale really gets going.

My parents were naturally worried about me- I was in pain, unable to use my left hand (which as a southpaw, really loving sucked!) and rather isolated. And so, one dinner time I mentioned that there was this new group forming called the 'London Furs', and I was considering going to their meetup that weekend to see what it was all about. My parents were going away that weekend, but before they left my father handed me 40 and ordered me to go along to this meeting, buy some drinks for people, make new friends and generally do something other than moping about in front of my computer typing away.

So, down I went to central London to a pub in Soho. Now, at this time I had led a very sheltered life indeed- I'd never met an openly gay person, nor indeed anyone involved in any form of alternative lifestyle or interest. So you can imagine what it was like walking in to the upstairs bar of a rather scary looking (at the time) metal/goth pub, to immediately see two guys about my age playing tonsil hockey in a corner. In those early days fursuits really weren't a thing in the UK- the costumers we did have primarily used face and bodypaint together with partial furry costume. And I'll admit, I was completely blown away. Here was this whole exciting world full of people who just didn't seem to give a gently caress; there was a guy made up as a gothic white tiger, and I'll admit that in my own repressed way I worshipped him a bit as a rebel, a hero, someone who was just the epitome of cool. Throughout my furry experience as a result of this I was fascinated by face or body painting rather than fursuiting as a costuming art, and very much made it my 'thing' later on. But I'm getting ahead of myself.

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« Reply #3 on: June 12, 2015, 09:20:53 PM »
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Saw Warhammer 40k in the first few sentences.  I know don't need to read more.
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« Reply #4 on: June 12, 2015, 09:28:53 PM »
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one dinner time I mentioned that there was this new group forming called the 'London Furs', and I was considering going to their meetup that weekend to see what it was all about. My parents were going away that weekend, but before they left my father handed me 40 and ordered me to go along to this meeting, buy some drinks for people, make new friends and generally do something other than moping about in front of my computer typing away.
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« Reply #5 on: June 12, 2015, 09:41:52 PM »
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When the limp wristed pub goth looks at you like you're a fag, you are a massive fucking faggot

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« Reply #6 on: June 12, 2015, 11:26:58 PM »
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his parents wanted to make sure he died of AIDS pretty early

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« Reply #7 on: June 12, 2015, 11:35:43 PM »
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Given that I'm straight (though at the time I was questioning my sexuality a little, mostly due to loneliness) I never delved into this- the fandom may not be as overwhelmingly gay nowadays, but back then it seemed that heterosexuals were VERY much a minority. Out of a group of forty odd in about 02-04 there were also never more than five or six women active at any one time. Stick a load of socially awkward gay, bi and jailhouse gay guys in a private space together, add alcohol and you can imagine the shenanigans. Multiple times I bumped into people shagging into the toilets, guys would make out without a second thought and on at least two occasions I saw people openly getting handjobs in the main room, in full view of everyone. At the time, I'd swallowed the furry Kool-Aid so much that my main thoughts were 'wow, it's great that people feel safe and free enough in this group to be able to express their sexuality'- I was very scared of being thought judgemental or bigoted, even inside my own mind.

And I think, that's the big danger of furry right there, if I may digress a little. Most of its members are young, generally fairly socially isolated except within the scene. It's so easy to accept without question the apparent social mores of a group like that, and if it's your main source of social contact you end up very much internalising them, until seeing poo poo like I just described seems almost completely normal. In the end it feels like if you're offended by it then YOU'RE the one with the problem, not the guy with his dick out in public. Even inside your own head. And of course, these people are all friendly and welcoming and have been nothing but nice to you! They can't be bad people, or people who don't know how to act in public, can they? Yeah, if you're disgusted by what you see then you're literally Hitler, and should feel bad.

Now a funny thing happens when you apply this same pattern of predatory behavior to the LGBTWTFBBQ movement ... (USER WAS BANNED FOR THIS POST)

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« Reply #8 on: June 13, 2015, 02:05:48 AM »
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not op

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Good lord you've had some awful luck, but it almost kinda seems like it came with the cliques/time you got into the community. I was officially guilty by 2004 (High School, West Coast US) but despite some close calls my friends are at large socially capable, intelligent and are some of the best dressed people I know. They're also fuctionally hipsters. Though it may help that I've been "in" and "out" of being an "active furry" many times since then, each cycle filtered out people or groups I wouldn't mesh with. I love my weird fandoms, this just being one of them, but nowadays I have zero tolerance for offensively awful (or legitimately harmful) strange.

I feel that somewhere around the mid 2000s new entrants were from the livejournal/online galleries side of things and it became less directed, every con I got to the scene is less overwhelmingly gay, younger, smarter and hipper than their older peers. Though this is a "community" defined largely by hundreds on hundreds of cliques, many of which mesh poorly together (sometimes because they are flat-out awful) so it's hard to say from the high defensive walls against randos that make for my social networks in furry. The Muck/Magazine/VCL era pre-Deviantart/Furaffinity/livejournal/twitter seemed to be so much more closeted, almost by design. The people that were exposed to furry seemed to be shut ins mostly and seemed to be introduced to it in ways that necessitated certain ways of behavior. Now with the way the internet is people are taking way broader interpretations, and the whole community seems to be getting less closeted than it used to be (BUT IT WILL ALWAYS BE SIGNIFICANTLY CLOSETED)

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« Reply #9 on: June 13, 2015, 07:54:03 AM »
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I suffered a severe head injury in Africa in early 2001, which for several years made me extremely emotionally unstable and unwell,

Literally a brain damaged furry.

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« Reply #10 on: June 13, 2015, 08:12:15 AM »
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I just don't agree with people who say violence isn't the answer.  :putin:

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« Reply #11 on: June 13, 2015, 09:48:26 AM »
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:tom:

Highlights are him diplomatically skirting the issue of how you kinda, sorta, kinda came to accept gay shit as cool and how he was kinda sorta questioning his sexuality without mentioning how many dudes he made out with or gave HJs to and then him talking about how he "got back into shape" for 2011 and then posting a picture of himself from 2011 with pudgy tits.

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« Reply #12 on: June 13, 2015, 10:14:32 AM »
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« Reply #13 on: June 13, 2015, 01:02:13 PM »
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I just don't agree with people who say violence isn't the answer.  :putin:

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« Reply #14 on: June 13, 2015, 02:27:21 PM »
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I just don't agree with people who say violence isn't the answer.  :putin:

That Misfits cover band is not looking too good.

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« Reply #15 on: June 13, 2015, 08:35:13 PM »
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Seems to me furries are just gays that don't adhere to the high beauty standards of regular homos.

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« Reply #16 on: June 14, 2015, 02:42:06 AM »
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"Furry culture" is a good representation of what happens to gay culture if "DON'T JUDGE :)" becomes their main philosophy and, as the goon said, it actually WAS an extension of gay culture when it was more niche. And you know what? The things furries tend to do are actually not even vaguely as bad as this article from a mainstream gay culture website: http://www.advocate.com/politics/commentary/2011/09/27/oped-live-world-where-everyone-has-hiv

Furries should just masturbate to whatever weird shit they like while not bothering everyone else about it; turning it into a "culture" is the dumbest thing imaginable. Similarly, it's good that reasonable gay people are working towards getting equal rights and whatnot, but they absolutely need to deal with the kind of retards who genuinely believe the bullshit spouted by that Advocate article no matter how many of their fellow gays think like that. Don't say "I disagree, IMHO, you are entitled to your opinion though no offense : does))", just call them out on being literal pozzed faggots who are causing actual physical harm by seriously encouraging the spreading of disease. These are not things you can afford to "agree to disagree" on.

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The big moment of change came from a long line of coincidences that led to me one late march evening in 1999 sitting down and rewatching The Lion King. After it had finished I slunk up to my bedroom, dialled up the internet and looked for information on its sequel, which landed me on lionking.org and led to me discovering fanfiction and online role-play (using MUCKs, MUSHes and the like) in very short order. Thus the seed was sown.

I looked up The Lion King online as a kid when I had just gotten an internet connection and found out about furries pretty early on. Instead of making me want to role-play as Rafiki diddling Mufasa's balls I just thought "lol, Lion King fans are losers".
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« Reply #17 on: June 14, 2015, 12:51:54 PM »
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I read an article a while ago about a family that took a road trip and stopped at a rest stop to eat their packed lunches. Shortly after they sat down their young daughter pointed to the bushes and asked her parents "what are they doing?" and in the pushes were three gay men, one getting fucked in the ass while blowing another guy all in broad daylight.

They also interviewed a local roadside tavern had the same problem and the owner complained about how he constantly had to chase away dudes fucking in the bushes, he even called the police to chase them away, but they soon returned like if they were racoons trying to get into your garbage.

But don't judge, you cannot judge.

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« Reply #18 on: June 14, 2015, 01:43:16 PM »
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« Reply #19 on: June 14, 2015, 03:08:27 PM »
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I read an article a while ago about a family that took a road trip and stopped at a rest stop to eat their packed lunches. Shortly after they sat down their young daughter pointed to the bushes and asked her parents "what are they doing?" and in the pushes were three gay men, one getting fucked in the ass while blowing another guy all in broad daylight.

They also interviewed a local roadside tavern had the same problem and the owner complained about how he constantly had to chase away dudes fucking in the bushes, he even called the police to chase them away, but they soon returned like if they were racoons trying to get into your garbage.

But don't judge, you cannot judge.

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« Reply #20 on: June 15, 2015, 07:50:57 PM »
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A truly bad picture of me, from late 2002- one of the worst parts of my life.

No shit, if I ever looked like Jimmy Savile Jr at any time of my life I'd call that period the worst part of my life too.

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A truly bad picture of me, from late 2002- one of the worst parts of my life.

No shit, if I ever looked like Jimmy Savile Jr at any time of my life I'd call that period the worst part of my life too.

:stare: Too similar to me in hair style and those glasses,its' a man isn't it? :mcpuke:

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« Reply #22 on: June 16, 2015, 05:36:25 AM »
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All the photos in this thread are the same "person" yes.

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« Reply #23 on: June 16, 2015, 09:05:48 AM »
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« Reply #24 on: June 18, 2015, 04:32:57 PM »
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A truly bad picture of me, from late 2002- one of the worst parts of my life.

No shit, if I ever looked like Jimmy Savile Jr at any time of my life I'd call that period the worst part of my life too.

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