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It Seems Like The Facts Are A Little Jumbled.

1. Wolves don't howl at the moon. That's a common misconception. They howl to call to other wolves. Like screaming in the middle of the woods "Hey guys! I'm right here!" Sound travels better when it isn't trying to go through a forest of trees; hence the way they tilt their heads. Neither do we. If any of you were real, you'd know that. It's all a part of communication. That's it.

2. It's all completely genetic. Someone, somewhere in your bloodline was one and now you are, too. You can't drink a potion, cast a spell, or get bitten. I'm sorry, I know how glamorized this life seems, but it doesn't work that way. My grandfather was one, so is my aunt. It goes back for hundreds of years. Also, remember that wolves can tell other wolves apart out of a crowd. It only takes a few messages back and forth before it becomes blatantly obvious that you are a liar.

3. Only about 99.7% of the people who are writing stories are real. I've yet to be convinced otherwise. I'm a kind soul, but I don't take kindly to humans who play pretend with something that is very, very real. For few of us, this is our lives. We don't get to go back to 'normal' once we log off.
AfraidOfTheBigBadWolf AfraidOfTheBigBadWolf 22-25, F 9 Responses Feb 5, 2013

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That's true....they never howl at the moon.

Only for communication, and emotion.

It's easier to hunt and travel during a full moon, and they take full advantage of that.

Is it possible to have the gene but not know about it?

Three for three and your riling ppl up. I like it good job ;)

Their anger only means I've pointed out a major flaw in their 'stories'.

I know thats why I like it

Howling is also territorial marking to let others know they are on their turf and also sometimes for the heck of it.
I think your amount for #3 is a bit high...don't you?

Howling is also territorial marking to let others know they are on their turf and also sometimes for the heck of it.
I think your amount for #3 is a bit high...don't you?

Howling is also territorial marking to let others know they are on their turf and also sometimes for the heck of it.
I think your amount for #3 is a bit high...don't you?

Howling is also territorial marking to let others know they are on their turf and also sometimes for the heck of it.
I think your amount for #3 is a bit high...don't you?

I didn't know which one of your thousand comments to reply to, so I chose one at random. No, I believe my guess percentage is fairly close to the correct amount. I am not going to second guess myself, if that's what you're trying to get at.

Phone did that...
99.7% of the people writing stories are real......Ummmmm Yeah!

I think she meant to say are not

That was the point I was stressing.

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Howling is also territorial marking to let others know they are on their turf and also sometimes for the heck of it.
I think your amount for #3 is a bit high...don't you?

Since we're dropping thoughts, I don't think a real werewolf would get on "I am a real werewolf" and write a story. :/

Most aren't real. I can see why you'd doubt the sincerity of this 'group'. I debated for quite some time if I was going to post or not, but decided that it would be in the best interested for my kind if I did. Just as humans crave the attention, physical closeness, and emotional connection of other humans; so do we. I've known the same small group my entire life. I'm searching for more. I know there have to be more out there.

Okay, I understand where you're leading this. But I have one question. How would you know your ancestors were Werewolves?

You desire the closeness of a furry wolf? To mate with? Or do you fancy having intercourse with humans?