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dmfalk

Squirrelcheese.

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Just...squirrelcheese...for the hell of it... :P

d.m.f.
(headachy...)
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Added: 5 years, 9 months ago
 
shadycat
5 years, 9 months ago
This seems to have been on your mind for a minute. I normally prefer either cow or goat, but I'm willing to hear arguments...
dmfalk
5 years, 9 months ago
Well, "squirrelcheese" is my catch-all nonsense word, to say something without actually saying something... :P But as someone who happens to like cheese, IRL, I'll try any kind at least once, including those from more unusual sources (buffalo, camel, etc.- I have had buffalo mozzarella fresco, which actually isn't all that bad!)-- I have, oddly, have heard of actual squirrel cheese, though don't ask me how they do it! :O

For the record, my favourite cheeses are: Dubliner (has the best characteristics of white Cheddar, Swiss and Parmesian), red Leicester, Irish/English/Welsh (white) Cheddar, Parmesano reggiano (has a slightly pink hue, tastier than regular Parmesan), aged smoked Gouda, aged Swiss, applewood smoked (American) Cheddar, "Drunk Goat" (aged goat cheese, soaked for at least 6 months in a sweet red wine or Burgandy- a Spanish invention, and as it suggests, quite fruity and very sweet!)...

(It's an expensive hobby, so it's actually only an occasional treat getting any of these... :P )

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DOtter
5 years, 9 months ago
I actually found a piece of Wensleydale cheese once. It's not bad. I don't share Wallace's enthusiasm for it, though.
dmfalk
5 years, 9 months ago
I've never tried it. I remember Wallace also liked Stilton, which is a blue or green marbled cheese, similar to bleu, and bleu is the only cheese to have ever caused me to get sick, so I avoid that type of cheese altogether... :(

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CyberCornEntropic
5 years, 9 months ago
I'd presume a cheese could be made from any species that produced milk, including humans.

" The leptics of Ni'Squansi had a curious custom when it came to cheesemaking.

By itself, the making of cheese or any other dairy product wasn't unknown to leptics.  Dairy from domesticated hwaffi constituted a large part of the diet for some leptics, while the occasional cheese and milk from a few other livestock critters made fine snacks for those uninterested in hwaffi dairy.

That the Ni'Squansi milked their own females was uncommon, but not unheard of.  Depending on culture, some females would insist their husbands and paramours nurse alongside their babies.  Although the majority of male leptics disliked nursing or otherwise consuming their partner's milk – they didn't much like the taste but hated being treated like a baby more – most tolerated it because nursing got the female leptic into the mood for sex.

No, what was curious about the Ni'Squansi custom was that they made dairy products out of their females' milk.  Every so often, lactating females would gather and work out as much milk from their breasts as they could without slighting their own children.  Some even did their best to continue lactating after their children were weaned just so they could continue contributing.  The dairy-maker would then measure off some milk to be churned into butter while the rest would be turned into cheese and aged for several months.  Once the dairy was ready for consumption, it would be used for special ceremonies such as weddings and anniversaries or just eaten as a special treat.

The dairy-makers were often admired by their fellow males as having a strong stomach.  While males found watching a bunch of females fondling their breasts very interesting and the routine milking of livestock quite a bit less so, neither alone seemed to make the average male queasy.  There was just something psychological about eating stuff that came from another leptic that turned off most males.  Naturally, their female counterparts enjoyed teasing them every chance they got.
CyberCornEntropic
5 years, 9 months ago
I have this nagging feeling that I may have crossed a line with that post.  :(  If so, please tell me, and I'll delete it.
dmfalk
5 years, 9 months ago
No, just busy- I have something related to it...

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CyberCornEntropic
5 years, 9 months ago
It's not just you, but your other readers as well.  Didn't want them to be discouraged from posting here because I wrote something they might find disagreeable.
dmfalk
5 years, 9 months ago
That is highly unlikely. Many of them are here for pics of Amy; some are for my Tiny Toons sex stories; some are here because I'm cub-friendly/tolerant (and are themselves into cub!); some because of squirrels; and some are actually here because of my writing! :P Only about 10% are ever likely to respond (something I noticed on FA)... A few are actually friends (such as yourself and
DOtter
DOtter
) that have carried over from other places over the years.

...And keep in mind, this is Inkbunny, where alot here makes what you've written quite tame.

So no, don't worry about it. If it does offend anyone, they're the ones likely to be offended by anything actually having to do with females, anyway, whom I doubt very much would actually bother +watching me, considering the near-ubiquity of a feminine presence in my stories and the art done for me. ;)

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CyberCornEntropic
5 years, 9 months ago
True, and is probably a saving grace here.  Still, even on Inkbunny, there is a place and time for everything and it's possible what may be appropriate in a gallery may be considered quite rude in a comment or that one artist won't appreciate what another enjoys.  Even so, I bow to your judgement as you would know better than I would about these sorts of things.  Just call me paranoid at times. :p
dmfalk
5 years, 9 months ago
More of a worry-wart, but really... Considering the crowd that +watches me, I'm on the tamer side of things. ;)

Not like I'm going to have many devout Christians (if they even bother to mention it)-- Heck, the two lepti pics I'm most proud of acquiring are from a devout Christian...who draws tasteful nudes, and has her own naughty streak... ;)

Besides, not many are likely to read a journal after a day or two, considering it'll be much further down their list of notifivations- As of this typing, this journal has only had 10 unique views, and with 105 +watchers.... Let's just say I'm pretty much a low-priority IBer, and can't even scare up much curiosity with a title like "Squirrelcheese." So.... :P

Now, as to my other response to you, below....?

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dmfalk
5 years, 9 months ago
Heh, something that actually got you to write something new... ;)

Anyhoo, many, many years ago (sometime between '95 and '97) a then-friend of mine from the old FurNet BBS days and I were working on a story idea that took place in his storyverse featuring his alien bunny, Kerja, involving a race a mice (gee, how surprising!), whose females (of all ages) were comfortable being topless, and didn't mind anyone noticing their breasts -- Actually, it went further than that! They were proud to share their milk, especially in ceremonies that resembled (and function similarly to) Japanese tea ceremonies, where the hostess would offer a cup of tea or coffee, then squirt a measure of her own milk, right from the tap... ;) It was considered disrespectful to decline the offered beverage (an insult, really), and was expected to reaffirm a bond of friendship or business deal. (It was also not considered rude to request a suckling, but not required-- But it must be a request! Expecting a drink "from the tap" without consent was considered very rude!) That said, many females, young and old, would store their excess milk in various forms, particularly in cheeses, which they could also sell-- It was considered an honour to be recognised for their cheese, much like an artist would for any handicraft. For these mice, cheese was a very personal artform, that if they hear of someone who liked their cheese from a far corner of the quadrant, it was as much an honour as a feather in a cap!

Nothing was ever done with this idea beyond discussion, and because the old Avatar FTP site went bye-bye in '96 (where I had uploaded a couple stories for him), his old Kerja stories are simply not around for reading...

So... I might someday revisit this idea, myself, and write a story set in its own storyverse, independent of anyone else....

d.m.f.
(So no, you didn't cross the line-- I already had something along those lines!)
CyberCornEntropic
5 years, 9 months ago
You villain. :\
dmfalk
5 years, 9 months ago
:D

d.m.f.
*reads after +faving* ;)
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