My Wolfaboo research reportMy Wolfaboo research report5 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
The Temperament and Behaviour of Wolfaboos
(Warning: This report is meant to be sarcastic and satirical! Do not take it word for word!)
Hello Anti-Wolfers, I have recently been studying more about Wolfaboos and I would like to share with you all my research report.
As one may ask "what is a wolfaboo?"
Well to be brief, a wolfaboo is a wolf-loving extremist who view wolves as religious idols. They worship their "beautiful and majestic" wolves by drawing eye- searing sparkle dogs as tributes.
Nobody knows what really causes the wolfaboo population to grow so rapidly but it has been suspected that the media is to blame, for their portrayal of wolves in popular games and movies. In fact, the primary nourishment for wolfaboos seems to be entertainment featuring wolves such as Balto, Okami, Wolf's Rain and Twilight Princess.
update: The upcoming movie "Alpha and Omega" is likely to lure in and spawn even more wolfaboos. A devastating outcome indeed.
The wolfaboos main habitat is t
6 lies by wolfaboos1- According to wolfaboos, native americans hunted alongside wolves and worshipped them. In reality, native americans at most just respected the wolf as yet another animal; for them, it was no more important than the cougar and the bear. In fact, some tribes like the Navajos actually killed wolves as a rite of passage. As for hunting alongside wolves, they didn't even had dogs, and there's no evidence whatsoever of wolf domestication. Interestingly, south american people did domesticated native fox-like canines, but wolfaboos only care about plain old retarded Canis lupus.6 lies by wolfaboos5 years ago in Editorial More Like This
2- Wolves are not as the smartest animals on Earth, as opposed to the idiotic wolfaboos say; they are very avaerage by animal standards. Things like pigs, elephants, cetaceans, corvids, parrots and apes are far more intelligent than them. Pack hunting is not a sign of intelligence, for most of the behaviour is both instinctive and imitative, and since hyenas and Harris hawks hunt far better in packs than wolve
yaoi rant, re-written and fixed.-OK, first;yaoi rant, re-written and fixed.4 years ago in Emotional More Like This
I will have to apologize for my horrible english, since it's not my first language. But I have fixed a lot of the mistakes, and got a little better perspective of things, instead of just blaming the fangirls all the time, like I did before. I hope you can see I've gotten a little more mature, than what I used to be for two years ago.
Second, I really do not mind yaoi at all, I can actually enjoy it to some extent, but there is many things that bothers me about it...
And warning, I will probably seem a bit hypocritical in this speech.
I don't like yaoi because;
1.) The main character gets raped only to fall in love with their rapist.
That is something I don't get. And why do people like it?
I get it's a common sexual fantasy for a lot of people, it's ok as long as it's all up in your head, but still it bothers me a lot when it starts to get fetishtized like it gets.
And why not think of people that has been raped in the process? I myself know someone in my family who has bee
A Yaoi RantA Yaoi Rant5 years ago in Philosophical More Like This
Turn back now if you like Yaoi. And please, no flaming. This is my opinion.
Also: Some rantiness
I recall the time that I had no idea what yaoi even was, and I wish that I still did. I had heard of it at a very young age, but didn't really care about it one way or the other. But as of late, it's existence has hit me harder than someone hitting brick pavement after jumping off the Empire State Building.
I am a young girl, barely 13 years old, and yet I know fully that there are girls my age and older that think that it is "cute" to pair up two fictional men that obviously have no romantic ties to each other in the slightest. Not only is that just wrong, people actually take it to the level of being porn and still the girls say, "Aww, they're f**king each other kawaii desu <3." It makes me quiver with rage to think that someone is taking innocent characters and turning them into objects for people's sick minds to do whatever they want with them.
Lately, it seems that one can't get int
Official Wolfaboo DefinitionOfficial Wolfaboo Definition5 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
Wolf·a·boo [wolf-uh-boo] (n.)
1. Derived from the term Weeaboo (referring to a person overly obsessed with japan.) A Wolfaboo: "A person overly obsessed with wolves; one who equates a human life to that of a wolf; someone who defends and or glorifies wolves killing humans; Deems a wolf's live superior to a humans. Often misspelling the plural of wolf as 'wolfs'; Often, will make up lies and propaganda to defend wolves; most of the lies do not hold true when put to actual research."
see: Ignorant, Stubborn, Brainwashed, Liar, Foolish
definition by DonutPie
UWRG: App1: Common Wolf MisconceptionsUWRG: App1: Common Wolf Misconceptions4 years ago in Editorial More Like This
"Wolves have never attacked people before."
Has teeth, will bite! You cannot exclude captive wolves from this sort of statement. Any predatory animal can and will bite under the circumstances. There is plenty of documentation that shows wolves have indeed been known to attack humans, including the natives. This is, of course, taking into account rabid, healthy, provoked and unprovoked wolves. But the main focal point being that wolves HAVE attacked people before. One of the most famous pieces of literature documenting wolf attacks is Wolves in Russia by Will N. Graves and Valerius Geist.
"Okay, but there has never been a documented case of a healthy wolf killing a human in North America."
There are in fact two that recently happened over the past 6 years, Candice Berner and Kenton Carnegie. However, because wolfaboos like to believe that another animal was to blame, here is a quoted passage: "On March 7th, 1888 at New Rockford in the