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  • n. Plural form of furry.


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  • Abbreviation of "no wuckin 'furries" which is a less vulgar derivative of "no fuckin 'worries".


  • The 44-year-old unemployed computer technician regularly dons a shredded-paper dog costume to attend conventions of other "furries" - people who enjoy giving animals human characteristics. news, business, sport, the Daily Telegraph newspaper, Sunday Telegraph

  • And finally, it isn't just the Fourth of July weekend in Pittsburgh, it's furry fest where so-called furries, people who basically dress up in animal costumes get together for workshops, panel discussions and, of course, there will be vendors.

    CNN Transcript Jul 3, 2009

  • I will also note that the fear of humanoid animals (if indeed they are humanoid) might have something to do with the growth in the "furries" community; some people (such as me) find the furries culture a bit weird and so anything resembling this might be off-putting, even when this resemblance in unintentional.

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  • It's almost enough to make you wonder if these "furries" are anything more than a bunch of weirdos.

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  • Our Tuesday item on Troy Whitson, a member of the "furries" subculture who was convicted of unnatural acts with a dog, prompted a reply, signed "Ferris the Fox," from someone who says he is part of this subculture.

    Torture in America's Schools

  • "It took me months and months to gain their trust," says Mr. Gayeton of his efforts to penetrate some wary in-world subcultures, such as the "furries," residents who adopt animal traits.

    Online: My So-Called Second Life

  • Here, a number of "furries" — people whose interest in animal characters goes further than an appreciation of The Lion King — are gathering together.

    Pleasures of the Fur

  • Welcome to the world of "furries": the thousands of Americans who've gotten in touch with their inner raccoon, or wolf, or fox.

    Pleasures of the Fur

  • Fans of "furries," anthropomorphic animals;

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