Image Uploader Ewik_da_Wed, February 17, 2017; 07:56 Tags artist:ewik_da_wed braces cannibal cottonfluff cute derp sadbox-ish smarty Rating questionable Source Unknown Locked Yes Comments February 17, 2017; 07:56 - Reply Ewik_da_Wed: A few characters from some of my text stories. Left: Smoothie (or "Smoobleh"), the smarty friend who managed to ram his horn into his own brain and derpify himself. Center: Waffle, the young mare with braces who gets bullied at the daycare. Right: The cannibal cottonfluff mummah. February 17, 2017; 07:58 - Reply Anonymous1: why not just kill the derped smarty? look at that thing, LOOK AT IT! Seriouslly, it deserves to die February 17, 2017; 08:03 - Reply FluffiesAreFood: Left: skull obviously not collectable anymore, but the meat and fur are almost certainly still good. I'd take him off the owner's hands (who wants a smart-ass derpie fluff?) and butcher and cook him that day. Center: Wow, any owner who gives their fluffy braces has to be loaded or very generous. Right: Meat might be good, but avoid any nervous system tissue. Mad Fluff Disease is no fucking joke. February 17, 2017; 11:03 - Reply Anonymous2: @FluffiesAreFood: So, cannibal fluffs are obviously off your menu, right? February 17, 2017; 11:37 - Reply FluffiesAreFood: @Anonymous: Wild ones yes. Wild ones eat nerve tissue and can get a fluffy form of BFE. Domesticated fluffs....well, a certain amount of involuntary cannibalism is necessary. February 17, 2017; 12:28 - Reply Ewik_da_Wed: @FluffiesAreFood: Nigga why would ya even want to eat a cottonfluffy, that's just retarded. Ain't ya an annoying one. February 17, 2017; 12:44 - Reply Anonymous3(2): @FluffiesAreFood: A fluffy form of what now? February 17, 2017; 12:59 - Reply FluffiesAreFood: @Anonymous: Mad Cow Disease. February 17, 2017; 13:04 - Reply FluffiesAreFood: @Ewik_da_Wed: Cottonfluff meat is still fluffy meat, which is still an edible if not entirely satisfying beef substitute that's readily available after our food supply collapses from social breakdown. Admittedly there's not much of a market for cottonfluff pelts. February 17, 2017; 13:08 - Reply Anonymous4(2): @FluffiesAreFood: Thank you for explaining. I've never seen that acronym used for it before, so I was a bit confused. February 17, 2017; 13:10 - Reply Anonymous5(2): @FluffiesAreFood: Couldn't the pelts be used for cheap stuffing material for furniture or stuffed animals? After sanitization, of course. February 17, 2017; 13:51 - Reply RevMe: @FluffiesAreFood: Popcorn fluffies! February 17, 2017; 14:47 - Reply FluffiesAreFood: @Anonymous: Like lamb's wool only not as scratchy? I like!! So thinking about this, one could sheer off the "cotton" once in a while the way one sheers a sheep of its wool. At slaughter time the pelt might be useful not so much useful for its fur as for its skin, and could be made into a parchment for use by artists, with scraps turned into glue. What do you think anon? February 17, 2017; 15:04 - Reply TechnicolorCarnage: I've been gone a while– what the fuck is a cottonfluff? February 17, 2017; 15:08 - Reply AIDS: @TechnicolorCarnage: I think it's a creation of KMEB. Unless I remember all wrong, cottonfluffs were even tinier, dumber and more fragile than microfluffs and almost invariably resemlbled cotton balls, being all white and fluffy. February 17, 2017; 16:55 - Reply RevMe: And don't they usually ahve about two modes: Fuck and Eat, which usually involves them eating the first thing they see—normally their babies. February 17, 2017; 20:41 - Reply Anonymous6: Illustrious trio February 17, 2017; 20:43 - Reply Anonymous7(2): @FluffiesAreFood: Oooh, I like the way you think! February 17, 2017; 21:41 - Reply FluffyPuncher: @TechnicolorCarnage: I think that cottonfluffs have been around for a few years now.