It’s happening right now, in Pittsburgh! I want to go to Pittsburgh and put on a furry costume and pretend to be someone else, if only for one weekend. Dressing up as a furry will make things better. I don’t want to think about any more bullshit or think about anything sad or think about anything, ever again. All I want to do is hang out with thousands of furries, in Pittsburgh.
I want to discover my inner child.
I want to give people hugs.
I want to go to Pittsburgh.
Everyone looks so carefree.
Everyone looks so nice.
Everyone looks…so soft.
Imagine a furry holding you in his/her soft paws, petting your head, making you feel safe and loved and appreciated not for what you look like or who you are on the inside (of your furry costume), but who you are as a furry and what your costume looks like. Rarrrrrr!
Hey buddy, where’s your costume?! (Probably not a real doctor.)
Being a furry is freeing and therapeutic, because you can role play your secret fantasies, e.g., Pimp and Ho furry and some prospective Johns!
My Little Brony furry.
I am buying a plane ticket to Pittsburgh and flying out tonight, but I don’t have anywhere to stay. Can I crash in your hotel room? I promise I won’t do anything “weird” while you are sleeping.
I don’t even have a costume, but hopefully something like this will be OK. Furries come in all shapes and sizes, and no one is turned away or rejected for looking “different” or for being “lazy”/poor.
A furry convention is where I feel I will meet my soul mate. True love, true friendship, and true happiness awaits at the furry convention in Pittsburgh.