|FatFatuousNation - 2007-10-29 |
Interesting. I see the commonality between all zoophiles that the documentary cannot perceive: they're all fat and/or ugly.
|theFlu - 2007-10-29 |
that one guys mentions he has kids: I wonder if they have the heads of beasts and animals? and if so, if the Egyptians know their gods have returned?
|GoodAaron - 2007-10-29 |
That haunted look on the cat's face at -7:55 is absolutely priceless.
|Xiphias - 2007-10-29 |
"SFW fetish week" tag plz
|poopskin - 2007-10-30 |
my best friend is boffing the beef on the side
|EvilHomer - 2007-10-30 |
Losing your kids and divorcing your husband in favor of a dog. Almost loses a star for the clear pro-dog rapist slant (aaaaand cut to Christians preaching hellfire, now back to the proud zoophile standing alone) but the delightful English professor got me through alright.
The last twenty seconds or so worried me. Not to give away any spoilers, but when "that" revelation was made, I felt... glad. Not ecstatic, but certainly not the way a normal person in normal circumstances should feel, given the news. Is that healthy?
|squadoo - 2007-11-04 |
Hey all, I knew it was only a matter of time before this show was posted on here. the show has been passed around the zoo community for years now. this is the first time I have seen it on a "mainstream" website. And no, we aren't all fat and ugly. ok well some of us... but still, we come from all walks of life, we just have extraodanary attractions. So what I am saying is that "we" may be diffrent but that doesn't mean we aren't useful. I work for a billion corporation being paid an hour to fix your computer when you needed it yesterday, and I was able to get you backup and running for that important meeting... You are welcome.
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