Things dA Needs to Fix - an art featureLet's be honest, folks.Things dA Needs to Fix - an art feature by wreckling
Things are not going my way, so there is something very wrong with dA right now. To help solve this, I've devised a small list of things that could be done to make my time here more enjoyable. Your list may vary from mine, but I figure that I'll go over the things that I feel need to be the center of dA's attention until I am personally satisfied.
First and foremost, every time I log into dA, a cake should be hand-delivered to my door, perhaps one like one of these.
The more colorful and whimsical the cake, the better.
Next, every time I submit a deviation, I should get a complimentary fireworks show that can be seen perfectly from my window, so that all I need to do is look away from my screen in order to see the fireworks.
And it should be an elaborate fireworks display, I don't want any slacking on th
He's a Furry, She's a Furry, I'm a FurryOh, so hilarious!He's a Furry, She's a Furry, I'm a Furry by TeaZS
I've gotten so many comments lately calling me a furry, furfag, and the BEST ONE: shark fetishist.
It doesn't offend me at all, but what kind of grinds my gears is how stupid and arrogant people are.
If I'm a furry, then so is:
Disney, for making Mickey, Goofy, Brother Bear, The Jungle Book, Robin Hood, and more.
Dreamworks, for making Kung Fu Panda, Madagascar, Flushed Away and Shark Tale.
Pixar, for Bug's Life and Ratatouille.
A. A. Milne, for creating Winnie The Pooh.
Those are all examples of anthro characters and anthro stories. So then, our society and a majority of kids movies are furry then? Furfaggotry? I doubt anyone would agree to that. I highly doubt anyone would watch Winnie The Pooh and say "Oh my god, what furfaggotry." Even though Winnie The Pooh and more of the movies/series I mentioned above follow the same guidelines people use to deem someone as a furry.
Also, the kicker is someone calling me a shark fetishist because I portray myself as a shark. T