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Kaheiyattsu

Kinky?

I just want opinions from my fans. What do you guy's consider too kinky. What fetishes do youlook at and go "Why???" or "WTF???"

I'm just curious >w>
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Added: 7 years, 10 months ago
 
Mikomi
7 years, 10 months ago
NOTHING makes me go wtf like guro, it just squiks me like nothing else
spyrothehedgehog
7 years, 10 months ago
Let's see the one you did the other day to me, I have actually gotten used to it now and really like it
BBAMT
7 years, 10 months ago
Wait....  Something can be too kinky?  lol

Nothing comes to mind right now.  ><
Zeikcied
7 years, 10 months ago
Scat, vore, and macro/micro are the oddest kinks I've seen.  There are probably more that aren't coming to mind at the moment.

Vore and macro/micro aren't "too kinky," I just don't understand the appeal.  Scat is just gross.
sirkain
7 years, 10 months ago
Guro tends to make me squirm but not really go WTF.... what does tend to is the transformations into inanimate objects, or the odd art of character getting a lot of genitalia added in WTF areas.
Soggy2002
7 years, 10 months ago
Nothing's too 'wtf'ish for me.
Gobby
7 years, 10 months ago
Scat, hard vore/guro, and snuff.
EroKord
7 years, 10 months ago
This, I also don't get diapers and wetting, or some of the Transformation(inflation, impossibly giant boobs/dicks etc) stuff. But that's just me not understanding.

With the quoted stuff its a but "squicky" to me.
konamicode13
7 years, 10 months ago
NO ONE ANSWER, IT'S A TRAP!
konamicode13
7 years, 10 months ago
Damn it, everyone, haven't you seen the end of Ghostbusters?  You've all chosen your destroyers!

May god have mercy on you all.
esanhusky
7 years, 10 months ago
I agree, the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man is wa-a-a-y over the kink line for me too! XD
SapphireLombardi
7 years, 10 months ago
Guro's bad to me, excessive blood and pain...scat and piss I'm not too fond of, either...Other than that, it's hard to disturb my mind.
cronos2345
7 years, 10 months ago
Guro makes me cringe and piss and poo tends to disgust me.
ZuzuFrostwing
7 years, 10 months ago
Hyper Fucking Cock, that stretch you like a condom. Thats just WTF!!!
KhellSennet
7 years, 10 months ago
IMHO, there is no such thing as too kinky / perverse / extreme, everything is simply to your tastes, or not.

Not to my taste: Scat (Incl. farting) , glasses, pubic hair (M or F), eldersex, or anything/everything insect or parasite.

Everything else A to Z is pretty much good...
(A to Z in fur porn?  Anal to Zoophilia?)
esanhusky
7 years, 10 months ago
This.  Very well said, Sir!

Also, I agree with the pubic hair thing, along with underarm hair.  I wonder why the hyooman body decided that it needed to be the only thing on Earth with those things (and may I say that I realize that other creatures have fur in those areas, but generally not as thick as the rest of their bodies, much less thicker) actually :\
KhellSennet
7 years, 10 months ago
With Hoomans it isn't so much that we grew more hair on our dangly bits, so much as us having lost hair everywhere else for lack of need (ie clothing made it redundant).  Enough generations of girls shaving their beaver and waxing their underarms and they may evolve to simply not have hair grow there in a couple thousand years.  Men, not so lucky.

I wonder...  With enough generations of dressing toy-size dogs in fucktarded costumes/clothes, will said dogs go bald as well?
esanhusky
7 years, 10 months ago
That's what gets me, though; on most mammals, the fur is thinnest where it's least necessary, such as in the groin and under the arms.  You'd think that in any evolutionary process, that trend would continue, fur (or hair) would thin out the fastest in those areas.  It's almost like it's there as a sign that human development was through different means than the rest of the Earth's creatures.

I do wonder sometimes if dressing dogs is just a status thing or if there are those in our "enlightened" society that are so prudish that they believe even their dog needs its modesty :\
KhellSennet
7 years, 10 months ago
Without going into a long-winded shpiel on genetics, I'd simply say that in general, if we didn't need it, we wouldn't have it.  
Counting out defects and mutation, everything in our body exists there because it is either necessary or at least serves some beneficial function, or else it is slowly being phased out because it has become unnecessary / redundant.

Head hair serves two purposes.  First, as an indicator of health, and secondly as a means to keep our head warm.  Crotch fuzz is much like head hair in that it's purpose is to keep precious organs warm.  Our genes may be willing to gamble on clothes to protect our limbs and torso, but not the keys to procreation.  I can't explain why we have armpit hair, but there is likely a reason for it.  Just as the hair inside our ears is part of our ability to balance and tell direction/orientation, and the hairs inside our nose exist so that elderly men can creep out their grandchildren (ok, not really the reason...), there is likely some biological function we aren't consciously aware of that makes armpit hair good to have.  (And then we go at it with a razor in the name of vanity, it's a wonder humanity survived this long when you think on all the ways we sabotage the will of our genes.)
esanhusky
7 years, 10 months ago
Yeah, I know what you're saying, but the times that I feel ambitious enough to shave, it doesn't feel like I'm missing anything important :P

But if hair is supposed to keep our heads warm, does that mean that old bald men really are the hottest things on two feet? XD

Actually, I seem to remember reading somewhere that some ear and nose hair likely exists also to help keep dust and other particles out of the nasal passages and ear canals.  I have little or none of both and seem to be not only a little clumsy, but more susceptible to dust allergies, so there may be something to both.

In any case, armpit/pubic hair on a furry just really looks...odd...to me.  The kind of odd that I actually have a harder time overlooking it than scat or guro.  Probably because, as far as I'm concerned, by the time you've drawn a plantigrade, human genitaled, human anatomied creature, giving it hair in those areas really makes it nothing more than a human in a fur coat than an animal hybrid.
KhellSennet
7 years, 10 months ago
Oh what I'd do to get rid of hair in certain places.  And no, not just those places, I was meaning my face.  I envy the lucky tribes of Native Americans and select groups of Asians who cannot grow a moustache, beard, or sideburns.  Shaving that crap off daily, and having an itchy red face in turn, drives me nuts.  I wish my head hair would grow longer, and my facial hair not at all.  And while I'm at it, I might as well wish for a winning Lotto6/49 ticket and a dozen extra inches of manhood, cuz' none of that's likely to ever happen.
esanhusky
7 years, 10 months ago
I'm hip!  I hate shaving and I'm too poor for laser hair removal.  Also, I've been thinning on top for the past few years.  I still have enough to make a viable mullet, but damn it, my hair was THICK when I was younger!

Ah, well...I didn't hit the $380,000,000 Mega Millions jackpot, but maybe someday :)
KhellSennet
7 years, 10 months ago
Does that laser hair removal actually work?  I've considered waxing but it's too much pain for so very short-term of an effect.
esanhusky
7 years, 10 months ago
It apparently does, but I've gotten conflicting reports as to its permanency or the number of treatments it takes to affect it.  From what I understand, it's supposed to be permanent on the first treatment, so it's possible that some people I've talked to have it confused with electrolysis.  As of right now, what gets me about it is the expense, it's charged by fifteen minute sessions and I've been told fifty USD and up.

I've tried self waxing and honestly, I'd love to try it while helplessly strapped down by a sadist, but yeah...it really doesn't seem to last much longer than Nair :\

By the way, +Watch, I've caught up on "Monarch!"
KhellSennet
7 years, 10 months ago
$50 ain't bad.  If it were permanent, I'd save that much simply by not needing to replace my razor blades when they go dull.  Although I'm always rather skeptical about any treatment with the word "laser" in it.  Too much is just so much holistic bullcrap.  A chiropractor I once saw for some wrist/shoulder pain had used what he called "Laser Therapy" on my wrist, claimed the laser penetrates deep into the limb.  Near as I could tell, a hot pack from the dollar store would have done the same, and not cost me $75 per visit.

Bloody con-artist private practice doctors.  Screw you like a lawyer, but without the decency to wear a fancy suit and tie.

Oh, and hope you're liking "Chosen".  Chapter 7 is done, 8 is partway and once I'm done 8 and the epilogue, I'll up the entirety of the remainder.

Heh.  Kinda feel like we shanghaied this comment board, but damned if we aren't the only ones.
:p
esanhusky
7 years, 10 months ago
Well, somebody has to drag things off-topic around here! XD

That's a big reason that I'm skeptical also.  So often technology becomes "buzz words" in the fringe practices like holistics and dermatology and becomes the cure for everything from acne to the common cold.  Another thing that bothers me is that when concentrated energy is being applied to the human body, a mild slip can result in big problems.

Oh, and I was also told that in fifteen minutes, the can target an average of one square inch of skin, so...yeah.  That's still a lot of razors :\
KhellSennet
7 years, 10 months ago
$50/Sq"...  Ok, that changes things, even for me.  Well, sorta.  Even at those prices, it might be worth my while one day to have my chest, or at least the center-line of it lasered.  I have an old surgical scar there, and my chest hair in the area causes problems now and then.  But not the face, definitely not the face.  That would run into the thousands of dollars, and it means pointing a high-power beam mere inches from my eyes.

Oh, and if you wanna talk buzzword scams, "Organic" tops my list.  Ultimately I'd say that anyone stupid enough to pay four times the price for a banana that hasn't been properly protected from insects, parasites, and random acts of farmhouse lesbianism, then fine.  Let them buy their overpriced, lower quality foods.  Hopefully they starve of malnutrition and bankruptcy.  But even if I myself don't have to buy into this organic fad, every acre wasted growing hippie crops could have yielded far greater numbers of real food.  Prices for my enriched, giant, and totally healthy tomatoes go up because the Organic crowd waste farmland on undersized "natural" food, half of which has to be thrown away because of pest problems.

Bloody damn hippies!
esanhusky
7 years, 10 months ago
99.9% agreed!  I do believe that in some instances, organic is good, but in most cases, it either doesn't make any difference or is detrimental.  Really, unless you're shopping at the local farm market, organic means nothing anyway.  Pretty much anything on a bulk-packaged, nationally recognized product is as "all natural" or "organic" as the original Cool-Whip! :\
KhellSennet
7 years, 10 months ago
Organic is only good when producing it "organically" yields a higher per-pound harvest than "normal" crops of that type, and again only if the nutritional value is equal or better than the original.

To date, the only mass-market produce that meets that criteria come from hydroponics, and especially tower-farms.  Tower farms combine the advantages of organic purity, with the chemical farmer's high yield, and at a price which blows away both organic and dirt farms.

And yet...
The government will never endorse, subsidize, or probably even allow tower farming in any appreciable capacity.  Not in North America at least, where they're far more concerned with profits than production, and every "poor" farmer has brand new equipment and vehicles.

(Yeah, did ya know...  Being a farmer is the greatest tax-scam on the planet.  The books always show a loss, and for all intents and purposes, your financial situation looks like bankruptcy for Xmas.  Yet the Guv'ment subsidizes you, and the lack of money is all a fiction.  Big houses, new truck every year, yada yada...)
esanhusky
7 years, 10 months ago
Grew up in a farming area and several of my classmates through school had barns "burn down" on the family farm pretty much every year.  It's amazing how many plagues sweep through the animal herds also!

I dunno, though, I still prefer produce grown in the soil that it naturally should.  I go to the local farm markets as much as possible and really feel that the family farmer should be feeding the families and let the mega-farms grow corn for ethanol and diesel and whatever else to supply the livestock industry.

Uh oh, I mentioned alternative fuels to someone I don't know very well *braces for impact*  :P
KhellSennet
7 years, 10 months ago
*Ignoring the flamebaiting on Ethanol hypocrisy...*

Dirt food vs Hydro grub...

Call me a complete wuss but I'm one of those "I don't wanna know where it comes from" kind of people.  Not for the hippie/vegan/Peta pussy reasons - I actually don't care that a chicken had to die to get me my McNuggets.  I just am easily grossed out where food is concerned, and I can't stand the thought of covering produce with horse shit to make it grow.  I'd take hydroponic produce over dirt farm food any day of the week.

Using carrots as an easy example (even though I despise the damn things), traditional farming has you plant the seeds in soil, cover it in crap, and spray it with pesticides (organic or chem-tastic) to keep worms and bugs and other creepy things from turning said carrot into a tasty meal or a convenient home.  Then the farmer waits, waters, and eventually harvests the crops.  The best go to market, the decent go to feed farm animals (and/or get sold to the shadier restaurants/stores), and the infested go bye-bye.

All in all, you have chemicals, crap, and critters all over your food.  Crop yield in a best-case scenario is never 100%, and if bad weather comes into play you can actually have an entire crop wasted.  (oh, and I forgot to mention the problem of pollution from the rain.  Nasty stuff)

Flip over to tower-farm hydroponics...
The seed is planted in a plastic nesting container, and set afloat in a giant pool of water.  Mineral nutrient solutions are injected into the water in place of using dirt and manure.  The plant grows, the plant is harvested, and the plant is eaten.  No crap, no pesticides, no pollution, and 100% crop yield.  Food can be grown year round regardless of season, growing to much larger sizes than usually found with dirt farm crops, and for a fraction of the cost.  The best part...  For every 1 acre of land, a dirt farm can produce 1 acre of crops.  For every acre a tower farm has, the sky is the limit, literally.  Ten floors is ten acres, thirty for thirty, a hundred for a hundred.  If we can use a mere one acre of real land, and with vertical construction create a fifty-story farm in the center of a major metropolitan area, how can we not support this new innovation?  This is "ending world hunger" level stuff here, and it costs less to operate than a farm.  Plentiful food, for cheap.

Yes, tower farms would put dirt farmers out of business.  But that's like saying car manufacturers put wagon builders out of business - at some point progress must take priority over the public minority affected by the change.  Nothing says the farmers can't get jobs in the towers, as any tower farm project would benefit from their expertise.  If one farmer is too stubborn to give up, let him fail in an open market where the government doesn't subsidize one farming method while neglecting the other.

I shut up now.  I tend to ramble when I get on certain subjects, and this is one of them for sure.
esanhusky
7 years, 10 months ago
Hey, we all tend to ramble about certain things!

My biggest issue with the whole hydroponics thing is that I like my food to taste like what it's supposed to taste like.  I'm fairly certain that I can taste the difference at least 75% of the time between hydroponic and dirt produce.  Unless, of course, the dirt produce is picked completely green, then it's about as tasteless as the hydroponic.  Really a trivial argument, I know, but there it is.

The other thing that bothers me is that I'm not quite a hippie, not quite a Pagan, but I still believe in nature and doing things the way God (gods) intended.  More and more we're having medical breakthroughs replace our natural immune systems and once we replace natural farming with technology, the human race is pretty much doomed if something does happen to make our current level of technology difficult or impossible to maintain.
Kupok
7 years, 10 months ago
Tell ya what, Any fetish that's too much for me, I will have blocked by keyword, So you don't have to worry about censoring yourself on Inkbunny! Post ANYTHING at all, Because the responsability to censor is not yours, It's ours!
SpaceCat
7 years, 10 months ago
basically any thing that inflicts serious harm onto another person or one's self. I consider scat eating harmful because if the bio hazard. I consider rape harmful since it's emotionally damaging. murder? gee I don't know, I mean FA says it's not as harmful as being an adult mind inside a young body, so, hmmmmmm, I don't know (insert sarcasm here). I don't consider spanking serious harm. :P
lock444
7 years, 10 months ago
scat or guro plain and simple. anything else is open game and enjoyable.
frostcat
7 years, 10 months ago
To tell you the truth there isn't anything that will have that lasting effect anymore.  The only thing that will spark the "WTF!?" for a split second is overkill guro and scat.  Afterward it'll be interesting to me.  But there's the thing I have in faving them though.  I don't want the other viewers to be falling to the "Ewww, he's into that stuff?" type deal. =^_^;=
Kargrash
7 years, 10 months ago
Lets see Snuff, Gore, any type of pain, Master/Slave and Master/pet, and last but not least Bondage. Everything else is alright by me.
phoenix14
7 years, 10 months ago
Vore, macro/micro, scat, and the most "WTF!?" of all..... Guro.
phoenix14
7 years, 10 months ago
Oh and diapers
InsecureFlaky
7 years, 10 months ago
Like Everybody else, Scat and maybe some of guro as well
fanthrose
7 years, 10 months ago
watersports, scat, vore, guro, and anything nasty like
Kyatto
7 years, 10 months ago
Vore, that's about it tbh, oh and Transformation
NaydrxSpade
7 years, 10 months ago
There are some I dislike or find disgusting, but I don't hate the person for their sexual/fetish tastes.
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