W-what do you mean, OP?
I suppose I was pretty big into this furry thing once. I like cats. But I do not really identify with them.
So like are you an otherkin or…?
I used to imagine myself as a demigod or some sort of bio-engineered lifeform or even some kind of alien.
Nowadays i dont really see myself that much anymore in my mind.
Not quite otherkin. It's more like what you feel you relate to more.
Otherkin is more like 'you identify with such and such because you feel you were this in a past life' or something like that.
I identify with cats to the point where a lot of people I know refer to me as cat or kitty or compare my personality traits to them (i.e. "wow you really are like a cat." It's silly, but it also kind of makes me happy. Def not otherkin or anything though.
Sometimes I wish I was a bird or even some kind of sword/whatever else spirit so I could be part of some fun rpg adventure.
But like >>11553
said, I wouldnt be able to have fun with my current hobbies if that happened
A peacock without it's feathers.
In almost all my dreams I have bat wings, I like flying around through the dark and hunting things. Just last night I had a dream about being able to spread my wings and fly about. Flying through darkness is more than just a flying dream to me, it's much much more. The last time I saw bats flying around as the sun was going down I very nearly cried, there's just something about (bats in particular) flying through darkness that's pretty much spiritual
But do I associate with bats?
not really, they live in tightly packed colonies with no regard for personal space, or at least most species do. There are so many advantages to being human that I don't think I want to be a bat, they're not very bright, but I would love to be able to fly through darkness and see things with echolocation.>>11559
You want to be a sword…
That reminds me of an idea I had for a thread…
I suppose I've been called cat-like as well, mostly for my sleeping and eating habits.>ITT: NEET=cat
Well, I like being a human, and probably wouldn't want to change that. However, I get along a lot better with animals than with other humans, and I feel more comfortable around them. They're just, easier to understand and socialize with I guess.
I am similar to my cat in lots of ways, and my family has been complaining that I move like a cat (I move very silently).
here, again. I guess I don't identify with cats, but I do like to imagine myself as one at times.>>11569>(I move very silently).
That's a habit of mine. I remember reading on 4chan from an anon talking about his sister with Asperger's having an affinity for walking on tiptoe. I wonder if there's a correlation.
Personally, it's probably a habit that I got while living on the second floor. I don't want to step heavily since I'd make a lot of noise for my parents down-stairs.
I guess what >>11575
said - things that aren't quite human. Banshees and ghouls interest me in particular, but the latter was most likely caused by Tokyo Ghoul. That said, it would be nice to be able to subsist on a singular food group that I only need to eat about once a month in addition to coffee; I'm not a very big eater anyways. Maybe just anything where I wouldn't have this inane obligation to be a contributing member of human society, but I could enjoy the luxuries that come with being such an advanced species.
Do I identify WITH ghouls? Yes. But for me to identify AS one would be a ridiculous case of DID waiting to happen. I would, however, choose the option to be something "not quite human" if the opportunity presented itself. Living on the outskirts of society and scaring humanity sounds cool.
I dunno if this even makes sense, I'm in the middle of a fever and it's starting to make my joints ache so badly that it's distracting.
Ever since I was a small child I've wanted to become a vampire. Living outside of humanity, having it's own 'secret' society, support from others of your kind, etc. There's some kind of peacefulness in all of that. Sure there are tons of disadvantages, internal wars, and all that kind of stuff. But when I look at demons, vampires, werewolves, and ghouls in movies, anime, and manga, I can't stop myself from wishing to live amongst them
Would I get to choose the monster? If so that would be awesome, aside from the being further ostracized and possibly dissected for science part. Also then there would be actual monstergirls! Bat and frog-girls would be so nice… :3
I believe I spoke about this many times before but I think everyone should become some sort of monster that is more representative of who they truly are. The world would be divided into varying levels of monstrousness. Some people would remain nearly human and some would be completely unrecognizable. I think you will result in a war between those who clung to their humanity and those who embrace their monstrosity.http://archive.uboachan.net/yume/res/936.xhtml#941
If you were to become a monster what would you become, or what do you think you will become it was truly based on who you were on inside?
>Also then there would be actual monstergirls! Bat and frog-girls would be so nice… :3
Met a bat-girl in a dream once, after if you want to be mates, she said yes, then she betrayed me and I nearly got eaten by dragon.
Reminds me of a quote:"What monstrosities would walk the streets, were some people's faces as unfinished as their minds?" - Eric Hoffer
>If you were to become a monster what would you become, or what do you think you will become it was truly based on who you were on inside?
I would probably end up looking a lot like Monoko.
I feel as if I identify more with robots in a sense. Not seeming to fit in well with human society, outcast, etc. That's all fine with me cuz most of the time, people are jerks. But whatcha gunna do about it?>>11678>>11679
I can't help but feel I would end up looking as some sort of tentacle monster, or close to being an eldrich abomination.