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#34 - lets hear your theory first  [+] (2 replies) 10/23/2016 on progression +1
#38 - thylacine (10/23/2016) [-]
Copied and pasted from comment I made some time before....

Werewolves and werecreatures are rather anchient and terrifying creatures that have thrived across our myths since the days of cavemen. Though why would anyone want to daydream of being one, to become a savage wild beast?!

It could be simular to the zombie apocalypse scenario, a reflection of some of our desires to escape from the chains of society and social norms. To give into our desires and wild-side, to act how we want when we want without remorse! To have strength, agility, and power no mortal man could hope to obtain!

Yet why would someone want to be a werewolf exactly? Why not just have it framed as another scenario that doesn't involve turning into some half-animal?

To be honest I have a theory regarding this, and it has nothing to do with furries or otherkin as many people may think.......

What is the one animal many empathize with most, that we allow in our homes, that we consider our most loyal friends, whose very death in films often sends us into a sorrowful rage at the very sight, which has been by our side since the days of old?


Domesticated wolves, to be more precise! Interestingly dogs and wolves have long represented in many societies the dynamic between civilization and nature, good and evil, and so on....

Oh how easy for us to almost see ourselves within our canine companions, while also in turn seeing ourselves within the wild wolf. The desire to return to the mysterious natural world with all it's mystery and magisty!

Honestly, seeing ourselves reflected within dogs and wolves might be far easier then doing the same with any other wild creature (besides primates)

That's just my theory.....
#44 - anon (10/23/2016) [-]
yeah if i were seven feet tall and had a ton of muscle id probably feel pretty good about myself too.
#28 - Related  [+] (1 reply) 10/01/2016 on You're false +6
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#48 - ulash (10/02/2016) [-]
sauce? anymore of stuff like this?
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#1 - maine coon is the superior cat  [+] (2 replies) 09/25/2016 on Wake up sheeple skynet is here 0
#3 - lordlolland (09/25/2016) [-]
You misspelled Norwegian forest cat.
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#4 - darkeyedangel (09/25/2016) [-]
nigga do you wanan fight?
#41 - sauce?  [+] (2 replies) 09/24/2016 on Forks in electrical sockets 0
#42 - anon (09/24/2016) [-]
the song is Africa by toto
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#43 - darkeyedangel (09/24/2016) [-]
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