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 wolfaboos4 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
Weeaboo story.TTnTT yeah. Weeaboo stories. Just for kicks and giggles.Weeaboo story.2 years ago in Personal More Like This
So at school, A fashion school, I meet a few weeaboos.
Here's some stories:
Lolita or Pho-lita?
So on my first day of college I went in a OTT lolita dress. I was sitting in the cafeteria and a girl comes up to me (let's call her Lyn). She say's "Ohh you look so kawaii~~". It didn't really bother me, people using Japanese isn't that BAD in my books. She starts sitting with me and we talk. She asks why I signed up to study fashion, I tell her I love sewing. Then I ask her why she signed up. She told me she wanted to learn how to make "kawaii" cosplay. She then asks me where I got MY cosplay. "What cosplay?" I ask. She tells me the "kawaii" dress I'm wearing is.
I politely reply saying that it's not cosplay, it's my clothing. She's still not convinced and just dismisses that I said it's my clothes.
Then She starts calling me Satsuzui chan after I told her my name is Suzuki. I tell her that's n
The N00b's Guide To WolfaboosThis guide has been made by the Wolfaboo Research Institute (WRI).The N00b's Guide To Wolfaboos2 years ago in Reviews & Guides More Like This
1. Sane Wolf Fans: While technically not wolfaboos they deserve to be mentioned. They like wolves but don't take their interest in wolves to the extreme like wolfaboos. They may or may not support regulated wolf hunting. They are actually pretty cool people. It's kinda hard to find them on DA.
1.5 Wolf Artists: They draw really good wolf art. The anatomy is good and they aren't sparklewolves. They deserve to be praised.
2. The Underage Wolfaboos: They are a bunch of kids who made their way to DA. Most of the time they don't post any artwork. If they ever see someone posting a different viewpoint from them they use CAPS RAEG on them. They try to insult you, but instead of offending you they end up making you laugh.
"U stooped wolf hatur I hop u die in hell u Bitch!111111!! Ur also a faggot!!!1111"
If you are a troll you will have a lot of fun trolling these guys. 99.9% of the time they ev
Real Spirtual Opinion (Anti-Wolf)This is a public service announcement to all the Anti-Wolf members out there. I know that many of you do keep a rational opinion when it comes to others beliefs. But the "spirit wolf" or the "wolf at heart" does appear to be a running joke on this page. Don't get me wrong, I do agree with what you guys are doing. But at the same time I feel that some of you don't know these can be aspects of a sane wolf lover. Now then, I'm going to place some definitions from the therian forums. I do not mind sharing these terms with you in fact, one of the main purposes of putting up the thread was if people got tired of these terms being used incorrectly or if the terms cause confusion.Real Spirtual Opinion (Anti-Wolf)3 years ago in Personal More Like This
The word itself consisting of two words, meaning Animal and Man.
A person with a connection to, or an affinity with an Earthly animal.
For example, a person who believes he/she has an animal soul/spirit or mentality of an animal
My Wolfaboo research reportMy Wolfaboo research report4 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