There is another, less edited version of the thread, actually. In between the last Phoebe and the last Frizzle, there was a picture of each kid with their eyes enlarged, as if in horror of what they're seeing. Fuck me if I can find it, though.
That and in one of the older screencap threads, Moe commented that he's still pissed he forgot his image.
>>394568 Was this part of that Little Lost Magnus thing, where someone avatarfagged as Ultra Magnus on other boards before returning to /co/? I always liked how that was so far back in the board's lifespan that most people didn't even know it existed.
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>"Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?"
>"Has anyone really decided as to even go that far in wanting to do to look more like so?"
>Subject - Anyone Verb - decided (modified by "really" adverb) Direct object to "decided" - "that" (pronoun modified by "far") Noun clause that clarifies "that" - "wanting to do" (gerund phrase) Do what? - "to look more like so"
>"Has any video game company really taken such measure to make a game so realistic?"
It’s actually about ethics in booktubing. (No, but really, it’s about 4chan proving why it deserves that “Internet Hate Machine” moniker and why sites like it can just as easily turn into just another cog in the Machine.)
Wolfy-Nail is a popular artist within the furry community. I think he knows what he's worth and charges accordingly (or at least sets his baseline price for YCH spots at a reasonable price given his popularity and skill). You may whine about the content and how much someone paid for it, but I don't see how that decision concerns you in any way. So someone paid $1,325 for gay furry porn; why the hell do you care so much?
>>398545 His starting price was very low (~$100 IIRC) and three people ended up bidding over $1000. I just find it amazing that someone was willing to spend that much money on YCH art. Nothing against the artist; yes he is skilled. But $1000 is a lot of money to spend on porn, and while the bidder has his freedom to do so, I still find it intriguing that someone made that choice. I realise it doesn't affect me personally but that is just crazy money for a YCH furry auction to include your donut steel.
>>398549 There appears to be this unexpectedly large overlap of people who have a lot of disposable funds (or act like they do) and people who have fetishes that are far removed from even "normal" fetishes. People with "normal" interests have a hard time coming up with $50 for a commission, but somehow there are individuals who can and will pay $2,000 for a four page comic involving inflation, bondage, and seaweed between two futanari lizard anthromorphs.
Anyway, there is a bit of reason behind it. The further removed your fetish is, the harder it is to find porn for free (especially if you dont count shitty-MSpaint stuff).
Normal, vanilla IRL human porn: billions of stuff freely available or cheap. R34 and/or furry: hundreds of thousands freely available, but lots of cheap commissions (especially for obscure fandoms) Piranha plant TF R34: like ten pictures, and I'm pretty sure all were commissioned
Also, the more obscure, the higher the chance the artist will want more payment. Most artists don't want to draw certain fetishes (eg necro, pedo, scat, guro) so those would probably be more expensive to commission)
So the story is as follows, dude found a safe at one of those storage box auction things and got the keys for it. Opened her up and found a couple 400 round boxes of match-grade 7N14 ammo and two SVDs as well as a PSO-1 scope. Idiots wife who lives in CA thought he was being illegal, which he wouldn't have been if he didn't cut the barrel down, making it an SBR.
He essentially destroyed a historically relevant artifact and burned $20,000 just so he could have the privilege of being railroaded in jail by Bubba.
What does one mean to "become a furry" anyway? For instance I am a general deviant who jacks off to all sorts of pornography including drawn porn of cartoon characters, but thats not the same as being a furry.
Would this screencap anon actually mean going all out and turning into some fursuiter brony who attends furry-conventions just because they saw a childrens cartoon or animated movie featuring animal-people?
And for a random guess would assume the movie he's referring to is Zootopia? Not seen it either.
>Would this screencap anon actually mean going all out and turning into some fursuiter brony who attends furry-conventions just because they saw a childrens cartoon or animated movie featuring animal-people?
How the fuck do you think a lot of us furries became furries?
>>406149 Furry refers to the sexual fetish for anthropomorphic animals as well as the whole deviant lifestyle.
I don't have any desire to own a fursuit and I believe fursonas are a sign of psychotic delusion. I still fap to blue cat butt. Hence, you could call me a furfag, and I call myself a furry (anonymously on the internet). You could spend years with me and not notice. Doesn't change shit.
>And for a random guess would assume the movie he's referring to is Zootopia? Not seen it either. Yes (filename). Its a good movie but you'll begin fucking your neighbours pets and start getting gassed at conventions shortly afterwards. Worth it tho.
Life cycle of furry: Watch cartoons as kid > see pseudo-adult bullshit artists put into cartoons for giggles because they think kids will never get it > never get over images until adulthood > makes kringy psycho suits > has gang sex at convent ion > ends up with chlamydia > ignores it until it eats brain and death.