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Curious Canine

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  • Hobbies
    Playing piano/guitar. Walks in the woods, reading, video games. I’m also taking taekwondo by I don’t know if that counts as a hobby.
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  • *type Description
    Basically a regular Coyote. Red in color with Amber eyes. A slender yet muscular build and a thin tail.
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  • Shifting Experiences
    Mental Shifting
    Dream Shifting
    Phantom Shifting
    Sensory Shifting
    I don't shift: I'm a Vacillant therian
  • Shifting Triggers
    I experience voluntary shifts
    I experience involuntary shifts provoked by external stimuli
    I experience involuntary shifts provoked by emotional stimuli
    I experienced unprovoked involuntary shifts

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  1. I have. It's kind of frustrating, kind of fun, mostly just meh. Never have I ever been to Hawaii
  2. 6.5/10 That concert was definitely interesting with the animatronic dragon and all, but the song itself was just kinda meh
  3. I don't know how it would really be for a quadruped, but have you ever tried going down stairs on all fours . . . head first? It's a nightmare.
  4. This is a bit off topic, but have you ever considered scuba diving? It wouldn't allow you to literally live underwater, but if what you miss most about your old life being underwater for long periods of time, that would be a great hobby to take up (it's crazy expensive though)
  5. I can see where that impression might come from. If you're stuck in a really boring class or business meeting, working a job you hate, etc. It can lead to the impression that time is not only slowing down but actually going backwards. Boredom can play with your head like that.
  6. Oh yeah? Well I'm so tough, I eat the sun for dinner every night, wash it down with acid, then spit it back out by morning!
  7. Yay, we finally did it!!! . . . . . . . . . Now what?
  8. If your kintype is an ape, than I'd think the issue of forgetting you're physically human would probably be a lot more prominent. After all, humans are basically just hairless apes anyway.
  9. "I don't have any underwear! They're in the dryer!"
  10. Not so much with phantom shifts. I find them to just be kind of annoying and distracting . . . especially if I'm around other humans and just have to function in a normal way. As for mental shifts though, oh hell yeah. When I slip into that more canine mindset, I just feel more . . . myself. And when I get past the ever-present dysphoria, even for a few minutes, that gets me excited. Not to mention that I generally have more control over my mental shifts so I don't have to worry as much about it getting in the way.
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