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Reflections Of a Social Outcast

I've been doing some thinking about my life and how I've been living it...

...For those of you who know me, I've always been...different. I was brought up in suburban neighborhoods, raised in a Christian home, and have been a part of the furry community. And all throughout my entire life I've broken every negative stereotype there is. My family is not dysfunctional, my parents are still together, I actually speak properly, I don't owe anyone child support, and I don't smoke or drink. However I do like Popeye's chicken; and they serve Mountain Dew so that's a bonus. :P

As for me being furry...Even in spite of recent events, I personally have not witnessed any "weird" behavior at a fur con or even been invited to a room party; therefore I can not confirm or deny any rumors about what really goes on. Actually this is what brought this up. Remember last year all the drama and frustration I went through trying to get time off to go to Mephit Fur Meet? During that time I kept saying to myself; "With all the trouble I went through to get here, I better get laid at this con!" Well...that didn't happen. It was probably just my sexual frustration talking. You know how it is when you're still a virgin in your 30s. (Okay, you don't. But my point is...) I shouldn't make getting involved with certain activities a priority. That's not important. From now on I'm not gonna worry about finding a mate, or having relations, and stuff like that. I'm just gonna go to conventions, have fun, and that's it. If something happens it happens. If something doesn't happen, then it just doesn't happen. And I'm okay with it. I really am.

Sometimes it's good to be a social outcast. I often joke myself, but that's how I deal with things. Think of me what you want. What matters is what I think of me.
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