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Re: Our cre8ive CF glossary
March 29, 2015
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How about another term for stay at home moo's: HausMoo or HausBovine

Or, maybe, hauscau? bouncing and laughing

Actually is Hauskuh. *pushes glasses up nose*

Source: Poster kind of-sort of speaks German. A little bit.

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Re: Our cre8ive CF glossary
March 29, 2015
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mumofsixbirds
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creativelycf
How about another term for stay at home moo's: HausMoo or HausBovine

Or, maybe, hauscau? bouncing and laughing

Haha that's a good one too!
Re: Our cre8ive CF glossary
March 29, 2015
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strange aeons
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mumofsixbirds
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creativelycf
How about another term for stay at home moo's: HausMoo or HausBovine

Or, maybe, hauscau? bouncing and laughing

Actually is Hauskuh. *pushes glasses up nose*

Source: Poster kind of-sort of speaks German. A little bit.

waving hellolarious

I'm trying to learn a bit of German.
Re: Our cre8ive CF glossary
June 30, 2015
Overgrown sperm cell!

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Re: Our cre8ive CF glossary
February 24, 2017
A few new terms:

Pet Monster: A "special" brat, often coddled, often walked on a leash. Often, like the monsters in certain movies and episodes of science fiction programs, proclaimed to be "gentle" or "harmless" when they are not. They can be broken into smaller categories.

Bloodsucker or Nosforatu: A non-ambulatory brat, often stuck drooling on themselves in a wheelchair or similar device, main attributes are sucking the lives of the parunts until they die.

Banshee: Variant Bloodsucker able to communicate only through unpleasant shrieking.

Frankenstein: I'm aware Frankenstein was the doctor, but this is less of a mouthful than adding "'s monster" to the end. These are strong, but dim pet monsters who aren't particularly responsive and move awkwardly and often slowly.

Yeti, Bigfoot, Troll, Ogre: Large, relatively well coordinated, cognitive enough to weild a weaon during an assault, or use tools to destroy property. Usually male.

Werewolf, Lycanthrope, Wolfman: High Functioning people, named for their ability to blend in relatively well in human society most of the time. Also named for numerous mass slaughter produced by some of them. A great deal of them are not a problem. Not usually "pets" due to their cognitive ability. Mostly used here to separate them from the flapper types.
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