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RQ: Exploring sorry stick alternatives!

Lately I've been busy with a non-fluffy writing project, doing my taxes, and other crap. But I'm still working on some fluffy art.

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AbusePal: I like the idea. Seem plausible, if not very likely to happen irl.

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FluffyPuncher: Your pics always make me smile.

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Disintegral: I'm digging it, as always. Glad to see you haven't jumped ship like a lot of the other greats here.

I like your take on neutralbox, since it tends to have a bit for everyone without going to the extremes of abuse and hugbox. It can be as unforgiving and painful for fluffies as abuse at times, only without the malice - but there's also potential to see fluffies being raised as actual pets, just without the diabetes and pampering of true hugbox, if that's your thing.

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pillows: @Disintegral: dunno how i'd cope if rq left us too

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VenomFluff: Glad to see more of your work, RQ! Always enjoy your art.
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Fluffus: @RQ: Good luck with taxes and stuff. Nice to hear you’re pursuing writing!

Your stories always seem to come from such a genuine place. It’s impressive and always engrossing.

I regularly think about your oft repeated question about why people would keep fluffies as pets. That one is quite a thinker.

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ripoffMcgee: I think you are the last of the artist I look forward to seeing post, good to see you haven't left

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guodzilla: @RQ: glad you're back, kiddo! ^_^

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Waaaghlord: BRILLIANT! And then someone produces the Sorry-Needle XXL

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Disintegral: @Waaaghlord: They sell those already. Call 'em horse needles.
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Maximilian: This is actually a really good idea for Fluffy Discipline

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FluffiesAreFood: I'm wondering whether there can be a more painful version of this for inflicting acute pain upon a fluffy, for purposes of releasing lactic acid into the muscle tissues for a more savory flavor.

I'd say "just puncture the organs" but that's problematic. Organs can leak all kinds of odd fluids.
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Nocturn: Looks very painful. especially if you scrape the points of the needles against the bone or slip them deep into joints. Do not use domestic cats to practice and refine the technique as that is considered cruel and inhumane. Give cats good tuna for dinner and a nice warm place to sleep and good veterinary care. Give fluff's sketti with ground glass mixed in it and hang them by there back legs in a freezer to sleep. Rub salt into there eyes and other open wounds and piss on them .
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SeasonsInTheAbyss: The bald spots where there used to be needles are a little unsightly, but otherwise an interesting idea. Then again, you could get in trouble for shedding fluffy blood in places where there's hugboxer laws or something. I was thinking: why not "enhanced interrogation techniques"? They've been purposefully designed to inflict the most stress and pain on a person without causing permanent outside disfigurement.
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Nocturn: I would suggest waterboarding fluffys but considering the fact that they drown when they hear a weather report about a lite sprinkle on the other side of the world i doubt it would work well

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Guzziman: Fluffy would be a mass of puss, doubly so if you started as early as chirpy babbehs.

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marasovec: I see your acupuncture metod works
What did I do wrong?

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fluffyhater88: This is what FoxHoarder isn't seeing. :)

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Disintegral: @fluffyhater88: I really think FoxHoarder exaggerates how common the hellgremlin stuff is.

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Disintegral: @marasovec: You punctured the eyes, and probably some vital organs too.

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HerdKing: love this idea

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Great_White_Nope: I wonder if strategically placed pins could force a fluffy to “stay” in a certain spot or position as any movement away from it would be very painful

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RQ: @Fluffus: Yeah, when fluffies are constitutionally evil gremlins from hell, it makes no sense that you'd let then near children. When they're good, it still raises ethical questions. They're tragic beings whose doomed existence mirrors our own.

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marasovec: @Disintegral: probably ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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nails_gif_owwies: Always nice to see new RQ.
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Flipdingo: FoxHoarder was just dead set on one angle of what he thinks fluffies should be and hates everything else.
Well I see a spectrum of all colours and think its great.

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ripoffMcgee: @Flipdingo: lazy writing is not a spectrum
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Fluffus: @RQ: I think I agree with you on all points here...

It's easy to see them as a perfect Other to visit pain and suffering on. But a lot of the great stories here have people writing about bullying, or fear, or bad personal experiences, or perseverance. Fluffies are an interesting canvas, they lend themselves to a lot of kinds of stories.

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What_am_I_doing_here: Just created an account. RQ, you are my favorite creator by now! I love how you vary between pain and happiness, just like real life. I love how you are not part of any of the extremes, and that gives your comics a extra level of realism.

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RQ: @What_am_I_doing_here: God Bless <3
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TalkingMonkey: I thought you had given up on posting, good to know i was wrong, I like your style.
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Fluffnut: I like the idea. Pain until you act right seems like a very good motivator.
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