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TMI Tuesday Ask Gray Muzzle himself!

I've gotten some great questions on TMI Tuesday lately. Last week in particular, there were some really interesting, well thought out stuff. Before that, the one with Flower was....well, it certainly WASN'T PG!
So, this week, I'm putting myself on the block. Ask anything- Writing, Tina, Fursuiting, Photography, personal life- what it's like being an elderfur! Whatever!
There's only one rule- the more thoughtful and considered your question, the more likely you'll get a thoughtful considered answer back. Examples:
DUMB:
"Can my character yiff you?"
SMART
"Can you tell us how the treaty of Versailles shaped modern day France?"
I particularly enjoy talking about Tina, and writing in general. I'd also share my recipe for the perfect Martini
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Added: 5 years, 4 months ago
 
FurRiffic
5 years, 4 months ago
What is the recipe for the perfect Martini?

and / or

If there was one food and one drink you could choose to eat/drink for the rest of your live for FREE (and ONLY that food / drink) what would it be?

~FR
graymuzzle
5 years, 4 months ago
Well, if it was a drink, it would be The Perfect Martini! Granted, Jack Daniel's, or a great Cabernet Sauvignon would be close runner ups! Food? That's a toughie. So much good stuff out there. I'd have to say that seriously good fried chicken is a gift from God. Granted, so is great French cooking, chicken fried steaks, a sublime filet mignon.......
But you were asking about the perfect Martini. Mine is technically a 'Vodka Gibson' but so be it. Here goes.
Take a large, clean, classic Martini glass. Fill it with water and crushed ice. Place aside. Take a CLEAN steel or glass cocktail shaker. (NEVER put ANYTHING but Martinis in it- you can tell!) Fill with ice. Put one part very Dry Vermouth to five parts good quality Vodka. (I prefer Belvedere, but there is something to be said for old school 100 proof Stolitchnya) Cap the shaker, and shake vigorously. Empty the ice/water from the glass. Place one or more cocktail onions in the glass. Pour and enjoy!
nekosanofthesouth
5 years, 4 months ago
Belvedere? haven't had that yet I'm still stuck on Pinicle (hope I spelled it right) looks like I missed TMI tuesday deadline been busy tonight with a few pages I admin and other things I'll try and get a few well thought out questions next week.
graymuzzle
5 years, 4 months ago
Whenever you're ready.....
nekosanofthesouth
5 years, 4 months ago
No it would not be fair I should not get special treatment. The time limit was the end of Tuesday it's Wednesday. Tt would not be right. Besides I have allot of Patience, I can wait. Thank you for the offer though.
SajinCandour
5 years, 4 months ago
i have nothing but bad questons!! lol
graymuzzle
5 years, 4 months ago
" SajinCandour wrote:
i have nothing but bad questons!! lol

You joker, you! Of course I'll yiff you!
SajinCandour
5 years, 4 months ago
but your married ^^...IM IN!! hehe....*pounces and takes you to a dark place and wild things happen*
catprowler
5 years, 4 months ago
What was your first fursuit?   Was it a full or partial?   Oops that's two I better stop there.
graymuzzle
5 years, 4 months ago
My first fursuit was a used partial. I had been in the fandom a while, and I knew that I was a fox. Found it in an auction on Furbuy. A fursuit maker had done a fox partial for piratefest in St Peterberg. She wore it once, and put it up for sale. I got a nice head, armsleeves, tail and gloves for 250$ I had footpaws made to match for another 125$ Next year, she did the same, and I bought THAT one, the current Gray Muzzle suit you see on the site. That is a partial, but with legs, detailed mouth, airbrushing and so on. This one was 650-700, used.
I recommend partial suits bought used. First, fursuiting is physically uncomfortable. You may not like it. Partials are a good way to learn the skills involved in fursuiting, but in a lighter, easier package that's easier to clean, transport, and move around in. With the shirt and shorts, it has the look of a full suit. What would I like? A ventilation fan. A moving jaw. Next one will be a full suit.
catprowler
5 years, 4 months ago
Might I ask how long you have been suiting?
graymuzzle
5 years, 4 months ago
Sure. Three years.
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