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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    I'm surprised Margaritaville doesn't sell them. But, yep, Disney has them: http://www.yourwdwstore.net/Disney-U...s_p_30969.html
    Honestly, I'm not surprised. Disney knows how to merchandise their creative franchises.
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    The bitch is trying to find one of those umbrellas that actually lets you fly.

    Protip: regular umbrellas really suck for this. I know because I tried it once when I was about six years old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Trying to lump cosplayers and these freaks unfair. Cosplayers dress up and go to ComiCon or such events for fun while these freaks, this is their lifestyle and truly believe themselves to be animals at heart. I mean, if some dresses up as Darth Vader or Mr. Spock or Wonder Woman, they don't believe they are the character but these nutbags do. Remember Hai? He was a Furry.
    Actually furries don't think they're animals. Those would be otherkin/therians.

    The majority don't think they're animals,there been people who have studied furries and found everything they felt was totally wrong.

    http://www.highlevelgames.ca/blog/5-...-about-furries

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    “Furries are people who think they’re animals.”
    Popular media often struggles when it comes to defining what furries actually are, because anthropomorphic animals are a somewhat unusual thing to be a fan of. Moreover, when you’ve only got a 2-minute segment in a news program or a 300-word article limit, it can be unappealing to spend half of your time explaining what a word like “anthropomorphic” actually means. Instead, people often opt for a simpler, if inaccurate definition of furries as people who wish they were animals, or who actually think they’re animals.

    This misconception is largely based on a conflation of the terms “liking”, “longing for”, and “identifying as”. After all, there can often be a correlation between the two: a person may be a football fan because they, themselves, played football in high school. But it doesn’t take long for the absurdity of this equation to become apparent: are Star Wars fans defined as people who believe they are Jedi? Are Harry Potter fans people who believe they are wizards? To be sure, these people may find it fun to entertain fantasies about being a Jedi or being a wizard, but it’s a far cry from saying that their interest is defined by such fantasies. They are, first and foremost, fans of particular content, and that’s exactly what furries are.

    That said, there is a group of people who self-identify with animals – that is, they believe that they possess the mind or spirit of a non-human animal “trapped” in a human body. The term for this group is not “furry”, however: they call themselves “therians”. And while 15% of furries would also consider themselves to be therian, the majority of furries do not, and most therians would not consider themselves to be furries.
    https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog...g-furry-fandom

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    , despite the fact that this is very rarely the case. Similarly, people assume that an interest in anthropomorphic animal characters is akin to an "animal fetish" or sexual attraction to animals—something that, again, is not borne out by the data, which show that furries are no more likely to be sexually attracted to animals than the general population. Yet another misconception about furries is based on the assumption that there is something "wrong" with furries—that pathology needs to be invoked to "explain" why a furry becomes a furry. Despite this misconception, evidence shows that furries are no more likely to have been diagnosed with any sort of mental illness, and studies routinely find that furries are just as happy and well-adjusted as anyone else in the general population.
    A recent survey even proves that the majority doesn't think they're animals.
    1891 (60.06%) respondents said they considered themselves completely human, with the majority (1447, 45.6% of the total) saying they admired aspects of other animals. 121 (3.81%) said they did not consider themselves human.
    http://www.klisoura.com/ot_furrysurvey.php
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by hai View Post
    Actually furries don't think they're animals. Those would be otherkin/therians.
    Hopefully, you are a pro-Trump furry that wants to make America great again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    Hopefully, you are a pro-Trump furry that wants to make America great again.
    Yes i am.

    Mention therians on /r/furry and you'll see a lot of rage for making furry look bad
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by hai View Post
    Yes i am.

    Mention therians on /r/furry and you'll see a lot of rage for making furry look bad
    I want a 5 story rubber duck!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    I want a 5 story rubber duck!
    um,ok
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by hai View Post
    um,ok
    Dude it's a chick magnet!
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    and on this thread a while back.

    http://www.conservativeunderground.c...=collins+furry

    Priests/ministers,little league coaches,and school teachers have all been arrested for the exact same thing,even some family members. There was a woman on dr. phil way back where the woman talked about being molested by her dad.



    There are probably even sports coaches who have been arrested,Jerry Sandusky,commerical tv spokesman,that guy from subway.

    Every group has good or bad in it. I think it would probably be more prudent to watch kids around a Catholic priest or a weeaboo.
     

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    Nuff about Furries Hai, SR will skin you and make a rug!
    Pffffffffffffffffffffff! Buh Bye Big Ears
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