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  • Essay on Furry Fandom

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    (wikifur.org, “Furry”).” These objects are the well-known focus of a caste of the geek sub-culture known as the furry fandom. The furry fandom’s members will typically call themselves “furries”. There are variations on this idea; the two primary variations are “scalies” and “avians” interested in scaled and feathered creatures respectively. “[The] furry fandom is a fandom for fictional anthropomorphic animal characters with human personalities and characteristics (Wikipedia.org, “Furry Fandom”).”“Someone

  • Art In Art, Art And The Art Of Art

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    in the furry community, found at conventions around the world. The furry community is a network comprised largely of artists and engineers, all joined by their interest in artistic media and anthropomorphic animals. Fursuits, which are very similar to mascot costumes, garner the most attention in public media; however, there are many illustrators, writers, programmers, and musicians creating furry media. All of them are essential to the continued existence of the community. Many furries have anthropomorphized

  • Essay On Pet Peeves

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    Everyone has a pet peeve no matter how weird it can possibly be. Someone could have a pet peeve of dirty dishes or people who wear beanies. Maybe even of country music. No matter what people dislike, I’m sure some people will be able to accept it and eventually deal with it. However, the Earth doesn’t revolve around those people, so they too need to get over their ridiculous peeves and just deal with it. I have pet peeves I guess I should get over, but maybe people should also take heed to them and

  • Fandom Research Paper

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    Towards the end of sixth grade (I think), I found out about fandoms. A fandom is a community of fans, participating in fanac and interacting in some way, whether through discussions or creative works. Some people feel that those in the same fandom as them are like family. We talk to each other, try to make each other happy, support one another, and give advice and suggestions. Before you continue, I highly suggest not looking up any animes, shows, or web-comics that I may mention, no matter how awesome

  • Personal Narrative: How The Furry Fandom Has Changed My Life

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    bad or anything she was just really old and had gotten sick. It sucked and i miss her really bad. I wish she could be alive forever and always be with me and my family. Recently I have found the Furry Fandom which has completely changed my life in so many ways. I have found so many new friends in the fandom and If i had not found it I might still be a pretty lonely person. Art has also changed my life in a way. It has become a form of a hobby I always want to get better at it and I try to practice

  • The History of Fandoms

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    passage with the statement, “Being in a group is not the same as losing your identity.” It is natural for fans to conform to their fandoms’ preferences from the moment they join. When I began writing fanfiction, my writing style drastically changed to mimic those of other writers who had far wider readership than I did. Surprisingly, a writer who was relatively new to the fandom for a series I wrote for based her own fanfiction off of mine. The case is similar to those of fans who draw fanart, edit images

  • Types of Sports Fans

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    Blake Feldmann Orlet English 101-OL01D 16 June 2010 Types of Sports Fans Professional sports has become one of the most popular industries in the world today. The media spends billions of dollars on advertisements and teams spend millions of dollars on professional athletes all for one reason, the fans. The fans ticket sales and merchandise purchases are what keeps all the sport teams around and prevents professional athletes from losing their jobs. There are three types of fans in the sports

  • Why I Don 't Do You Do It?

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    I don’t know how to start this. I guess I’ll start here. I love fandoms. I do. I love celebrity anything. I don’t indulge in it often, because for me it can become all consuming, and let’s face it, we all have lives. Fandoms have been going on as long as there have been things to “fan” over. This is not new. You have invented nothing. There is just a new way to do it. I’ve never experienced fandom like I have online. It is an amazing, quirky, pit of infamy. The things I see roll past

  • Descriptive Essay On Football

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    Saturday night, the faithful one escapes from the chains of to-do’s and is orientated to the football pitch . Flags sway from left to right, trumpets and drums roar , the magisterial wave wraps around the stadium like wrap around a present. An exquisite, ravishing and magnificent mosaic is made upright by the die hard faithful to send a daring message to those who have entered their grounds. The strict formula, method and regulations of life are thing of the past and their is only one to follow,

  • Descriptive Essay On Football

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    Every now and then, the faithful one escapes from the chains of to-do’s and is present at the football pitch . Flags sway from left to right, trumpets and drums roar , the magisterial wave wraps around the stadium like wrap around a present. An exquisite, ravishing and magnificent mosaic is made upright by the die hard faithful to send a daring message to those who have entered their grounds. The strict formula, method and regulations of life are thing of the past and their is only one to follow

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