My Minecraft teacher was a cute swedish furry doggy who explained to me how to use my computer to play games and check my email. She wanted me to think that I had invented Minecraft. She was very furry and very goofy.
She was also nice enough to tell me how to mine the Nether and become a happy miner (do you know how long it takes to mine a block? How long does it take to make blocks? Haha this was priceless) and I went to school everyday, fascinated by how I could be the very best miner in the world. I eventually left school and organized a secret group named “Furries in the Nether” with the goal of helping other furs learn to mine properly.
Everything in my life would be impossible without my favorite swedish furry doggo. She’s so sweet!
Furries are really nice and are misunderstood for a lot of reasons. But sometimes the world is cruel and just needs to make an example of a poor furry. One way it is treating furries is by putting down our furry friends. For example, we hear stories of furry fans being harassed or being fired or banned from a convention, and we’ve noticed that people of other religions and races have had similar experiences. I am sure these stories are heartbreaking and we would never want to do anything to bring on more problems in the furry community, but let’s be honest; it doesn’t help when furry fans start trying to tell us we are lying about what a furry is.
My best friend is also a furry and she has very big breasts. I told her I like big girls and she says she doesn’t care about her breasts. I asked her what kind of girl she wanted to be and she said she was a pupper. I guess they aren’t too long and they’re really perky or something.
One day I will get enough courage to ask her out and say it in front of the class, but not right now. Right now I just want to study, sit, and stand, and wait for my chance. Maybe I can study and also work at the same time, like one would work at a store. Some small tidbit of Minecraft PvP knowledge is good enough to have while you wait.