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Forum Related => Salvaged Messages => Topic started by: Gravehill on February 18, 2004, 06:41:38 pm

Title: Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Gravehill on February 18, 2004, 06:41:38 pm
No it's time to show our real furs to others. Question is not "hot or not" but "fur or not"?

If you have some other kind of skin attachment like scales or feathers (I'm not pointing my finger to anyone); INSERT INTO yabbse_messages (ID_MSG, ID_TOPIC, ID_MEMBER, subject, posterName, posterEmail, posterTime, posterIP, smiliesEnabled, modifiedTime, modifiedName, body, icon, attachmentSize, attachmentFilename) VALUES please select option "1) Yes. Like an animal." and add details below.
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Outboundlight on February 19, 2004, 12:39:38 am
i dont think i really count as having a "trimmed beard" but i voted for it anyway...i just have a wee titchy tiny bit of hair in the middle of my chin cuz its all i can get away with in my strict catholic grammar school!!
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: chompy on February 19, 2004, 04:03:34 am
I shave my facial hair every day.
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Gravehill on February 19, 2004, 11:46:58 am
I think that facial hairs are somekind of curse. If I shave sides on morning there is beard in the evening... And I'm too lazy to shave multiple times per day. So I do like Chompy, shave per day.

Once I had full beard for several years. It was good : nice, warm and cozy. But it was very unconformtable when eating something with cream filling, ketchup, senap, mayonnayse or then soups. So I had to trim it and it was not very tidy even then. After that I tried shaving sides and this works better. Just when I remember to clean up my mouths surrounding it's ok. When I have to shave daily something I remember to do it better.

Funny thing about beards is that when you let it grow once it's something you don't want to get rid of totally. I once shaved all, even my moustaches and my classmates did not recognize me at first.

Are you not able to have beard in catholic school? It seems funny. I mean that old testament says that you should let your beard to grow, because it's sign of a wisdom and manly power. I don't shave that way, I shave my sides which was especially forbidden in that text but there is really text of pro-beardness. Just check it out and get amazed ;D
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Trezker on February 20, 2004, 12:32:17 pm
I have hair almost everywhere on my body, not too much, but a little.
My hair and beard I have barely done anything with for almost three years.
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Deghar on February 20, 2004, 12:37:56 pm
I have a slow facial hair growth, I'm 18 and don't even have fluffy hair :p
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: sobella_science on February 20, 2004, 08:58:11 pm
I have trimmed beard ;D
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Trezker on February 20, 2004, 09:12:03 pm
Sobella: Reading you with the Marge voice in my head, that statement seems correct...
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: sobella_science on February 20, 2004, 09:20:23 pm
L0L! It feels quite accurate.
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: chompy on February 21, 2004, 12:19:11 am
I think that facial hairs are somekind of curse. If I shave sides on morning there is beard in the evening... And I'm too lazy to shave multiple times per day. So I do like Chompy, shave per day.
It gets quite annoying, especially if you want to go out in the arvo (btw, its aussie slang for afternoon) to impress someone. It tends to grow back and leaving me with a 5'o clock shadow. I have let it go for another day but it felt very wierd so I just had to shave it off.
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Trezker on February 21, 2004, 03:01:00 am
Tough, but you could plan ahead and skip the morning shave. Then you'd still only have to shave once a day :)

(This post was written while drunk)
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Bearfoot on February 23, 2004, 08:54:55 pm
Furry as in the animal.

As a matter of fact, if any of you have seen the show on the BBC called "Anna in wonderland"  I was on the furry episode...

(Of course I hear we were misrepresented, par normal... but life goes on...)
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Bearfoot on February 23, 2004, 08:56:23 pm
OH, and as to the "chinsquig"  (GW reference, don't feel bad if you don't get it.)  MY friend bought me a beard trimmer,  and excuse me while I < comicbookguy>  Best.. present... ever... < /comicbookguy>
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Gravehill on February 25, 2004, 08:13:21 pm
Nice to see that Bearfoot is true to his furries! Sobella... Trimmed beard?  ;D I thought it starts to grow females only after they turn 50 or something. Unless they are pro athletes and use some "unorthodox training methods".

Hehheh... I like to be stupid every now and then...
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: JariWolf on February 27, 2004, 02:54:34 am
Furry as in the animal.

As a matter of fact, if any of you have seen the show on the BBC called "Anna in wonderland"  I was on the furry episode...

(Of course I hear we were misrepresented, par normal... but life goes on...)

I'm a furry.. I answered like an animal.. Well.. Actually I have quite much bodyhair.. Thinking of getting rid of them. I have none in my face usually. I shave regularly.

I would like to get in better contact with you Bearfoot. That "document" was scary by the way. I have lost hair because of it (ripped it off). But now the document is fun to watch when drunk.
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: sobella_science on February 27, 2004, 09:41:30 am
Nice to see that Bearfoot is true to his furries! Sobella... Trimmed beard?  ;D I thought it starts to grow females only after they turn 50 or something. Unless they are pro athletes and use some "unorthodox training methods".

Hehheh... I like to be stupid every now and then...
Me too if anyone hasn't noticed it yet... ;)

Yeah well the "beard thing" is prob not a beard irl...but in lack of other chioses well fit for a lady, I chose that one ::) I think you already knew that but in case someone didn't... 8)
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Gravehill on February 27, 2004, 11:56:22 am
Hmmm.... Nice... It's good to be stupider than stupid does! Yes it is!

Mmmmmm.... I like beards, trimmed or not! And shaved is cool too...
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Bearfoot on February 27, 2004, 07:20:20 pm
Nice to see that Bearfoot is true to his furries! Sobella... Trimmed beard?  ;D I thought it starts to grow females only after they turn 50 or something. Unless they are pro athletes and use some "unorthodox training methods".

Hehheh... I like to be stupid every now and then...

Actually I met the weird girl I knew as a kid and she had a full moustache and a little goatee thing going.. *shivers*  Let me tell you, there is NO polite way to tell a woman she needs to shave.  I just sat and tried not to stare.

And yes, homornal imbalances can do that to a woman, they don't necessairly need to be taking sterioids, either....
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Gravehill on February 28, 2004, 03:45:14 am
You are right Bearfoot (like most of times). Absolutely right. Some medicines can do that too to women. And it can be natural too. So sorry, not Bearfoot, but all those women who does have problem with having too much facial hair. I know some women personally that have this problem and I know it  might be big problem 'cause our society is so strict about norms what belongs to gender and being beauty.

Anyway in this case I tried to be funny (not succeeding so brightly, no!) and I do apologize. Sorry! I was dreaming again about pub(l)ic hairs... Gasp!
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Bearfoot on February 28, 2004, 05:28:50 am
Well, the hair was not the main reason I was uncomfortable around her.  The true reason was that I knew her when I was six or so and I, honestly, treated her like shit...

*shrugs*  I was just a kid, what can I say?

As to being a fur, my religious beliefs are expressed in part through my "Furrydom."  I'm a shaman, among other things.  Three guesses who my totem animal is?

I'm not ashamed of it, although yes, part of it is sexual.  I find the thought of a woman covered in fur to be sexy.. I'm not unattracted to humans, I know that right now we can't be furs "RL."

I don't care, honestly, what you guys think of me, but I have a feeling that you'll be accepting.  After all, this is the only board I've "Came out." too and you guys were ok with that.  (Bi, but very female biased.)

Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Gravehill on February 28, 2004, 02:11:29 pm
I don't know how other people think about it but I like it, BF! And amongst other things my "furrydom" is... I cannot say religional, but almost. Is the statement of my faith and values. If I suffer from it so be it. Hairs are sexual thing to  me, too. I like feeling and smell of women's hair very much... Althought in modern times female use so much artificial fragnances... Fresh and clean woman smells very good! And when one has little hair it strenghten the "base" smell even more. So I guess I understand you at this point very well BF!
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Geezus on February 28, 2004, 02:39:11 pm
I've got a beard on the chin. Sometimes nicely trimmed, sometimes on expansion ;)
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Gravehill on February 28, 2004, 06:32:31 pm
[size=8]Attack of the chinbeard[/size]

"We just needed more space to live on" says leader of the facial hair infantry. On todays news we are going to...
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: sobella_science on February 28, 2004, 08:56:00 pm
ROFLMAO!
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Outboundlight on March 01, 2004, 12:12:53 am
OH, and as to the "chinsquig"  (GW reference, don't feel bad if you don't get it.)  MY friend bought me a beard trimmer,  and excuse me while I < comicbookguy>  Best.. present... ever... < /comicbookguy>

hehe....chinsquig...i get it!

not only a GW reference, a pretty obscure one at that! full points for me!
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Bearfoot on March 01, 2004, 02:27:53 am
OH, and as to the "chinsquig"  (GW reference, don't feel bad if you don't get it.)  MY friend bought me a beard trimmer,  and excuse me while I < comicbookguy>  Best.. present... ever... < /comicbookguy>

Actually it's a quote from an old white dwarf where Andy what's his name grew a goatee.. he only had it for about a month, but they refered to it as a "Chinsquig" and my friends picked up on it and started refering to my beard as a chinsquig....

hehe....chinsquig...i get it!

not only a GW reference, a pretty obscure one at that! full points for me!
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Outboundlight on March 02, 2004, 04:48:36 pm
lol cool

Probly Andy Chambers ur thinking about. that guy is a legend - he wrote the 2nd edition (read - best) Warhammer 40,000 rules

go him
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Laser.T on March 02, 2004, 08:43:23 pm
Like Jpkwolf, i am a furry.

But on being a human still, I don't like body hair. I have FAR too much on my legs and now it's starting to grow on my chest! :'(
Despite this i have a nu-metal beard, so i chose the trimmed beard option. It's not exactly neatly trimmed though. It's me in the morning with a pair of scissors :-\
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Bearfoot on March 02, 2004, 08:44:00 pm
Yah, that's the guy.

Don't get me started on my GW rant though.  They're sloppily run and serious serious price gougers.  I talked to someone who played Warhammer 40,000 when it was newish.  You used to be able to get two tanks for 30  bucks.. now they're 40 each.

Stupid price gouging....

And I talked with my gamestore owners, the only reason they stock GW stuff is because it keeps the busness open.  Screwed up orders are du regular for them.

It's really a bad way to run a busness..
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Outboundlight on March 02, 2004, 11:57:17 pm
yeh their the Microsoft of the Table Top Roleplay scene.

as far as 40k goes, Rogue Trader stuff was reasonably priced and so was 2nd ed for about half of its lifespan.

Necromunda still my all time favorite gw game...and i STILL havent got teh new rule book!
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Bearfoot on March 11, 2004, 12:56:42 pm
I like the skirmish games.. and lately I've been playing in a "Small games league"  500 point armies.. that's not so bad.. and it's fun because it takes 15 minutes.. it's kind of annoying as one bad roll can cost you the game, but it's cool because it doesn't take five hours to play..
Title: Re:Furry Friends Of Machinae?
Post by: Outboundlight on March 12, 2004, 02:14:02 am
if u like skirmish games of 40k u'd love necromunda bearfoot , specially if you preferred 2nd edition 40k to 3rd edition (which most ppl i kno do)