Selfish GoodbyeThey always blame the victim, the one who's life was so full of pain.Selfish Goodbye5 years ago in Free Verse More Like This
He just wanted to end the hurt, erase the pain.
And they call him a selfish bastard; they just don't understand.
They were always looking on the outside, never wondering what harbored within.
Behind that flawless, prefect mask, was a broken and dying soul.
And they turned a blind eye every time his mask cracked; not believing what they saw.
With his reasons growing few, he cried out for help.
But no one heard, no one listened.
With reasons growing fewer, he scarred his outside.
Hoping it would reflect his insides.
But no one saw, no one looked.
Without a reason to live, he left them all with a final goodbye:
I fought for so long, you can only imagine the pain I was in. I tried for so long, you can only image the hurt I lived with. And when I couldn't take it any longer, I went for help. But you never noticed. Not once.
I'm sorry, but I just couldn't take it any longer.
Furhater ownageHello thereFurhater ownage5 years ago in Letters More Like This
Here is the Furry Zorro
I am just a man who finds amazingly funny how you fail at argumenting against furries, as every argument you use can be destroyed and sent to the trash in less than 5 seconds.
I bet that you're already thinking "Oh no another dumb furry who is going to be like ' U SUCK U FUCKING DICK I WILL BE TEH PWNT0Z0R" etc...
Well you are wrong partially.
First of all, yes I am a furry and no I won't do that. I am not as stupid as you are apparently, since I'm able to make something well structured and argument with valid ideas and opinions - which is something you failed at doing.
I will use as counter-argumentation the page you published on the website, entitled "What are furries".
Firsto f all you say " A furry is an individual who takes an enjoyment of human-like, or "anthropomorphic" animals too far. " We furries do enjoy anthromorphic animals but too far no. Do we live in packs? Do we hunt animals? Do we raise pups? No every time.
"The basis of the furry f