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fursona that is actually a car

2018-02-07 18:25:11.509308+00 by Dan Lyke 1 comments

RT Kyle Machulis‏ @qDot:

BREAKING NEWS: Travis Kalanick is a furry.

But probably one of those weird transportation furries that’s got a fursona that is actually a car.


"fursona that is actually a car" accurately describes the approach so many of us have to transportation modes.

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#Comment Re: fursona that is actually a car made: 2018-02-08 11:31:37.663609+00 by: DaveP

I've often joked about going out to put on my car suit which has really big pockets I keep my stuff in. Explains a lot about why ridesharing seems weird. Why would I want some stranger in my car suit and sticking his paws in my car pockets? Ewww!

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