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Mari84
Posted: Tuesday, May 7, 2013 3:21:30 PM

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Location: The Bronx
pack rat
GentWithHandcuffs
Posted: Thursday, May 9, 2013 11:02:17 PM

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Location: Lincoln Park, United States
Lol, no way! I got penguin, fits me perfectly.


Now you see it, now you don't. Aggressive yet gentle, outgoing but shy, stable yet flighty - everyone sees the penguin in a different way. It's that black and white thing: the penguin only reveals the side that it wants to you to see. So whether you like this darling-devil or not, you have to concede that it's a fascinating and enigmatic individual.

Penguins are birds condemned to live out their days on the ground. Unable to fly, their excess energy has no outlet save their creative talents and emotional outbursts. Penguins are poetic, artistic, and intellectually gifted, and as writers penguins have no equal.

But, if unable to channel their impulses in a positive way, the resulting turmoil proves damaging to their relationships and careers.

Penguins are deceptively intelligent and are particularly animated when intellectually challenged. They excel at word games and puzzles but are modest about their abilities and are generally underestimated by others.

With their misunderstood personality, penguins find writing an ideal tool for expressing their true feelings. They have a natural aptitude for languages and penguin personalities dominate the world of publishing as writers, editors, and journalists.

With a natural aptitude for languages, penguin personalities dominate the world of publishing as writers, editors and journalists. A strong sense of drama draws them to the theater and cinema, although unlike typical bird personalities they avoid the spotlight unless they're able to hide behind the characters they play. Once on stage however, they prove to be excellent performers with their multifaceted personalities conveying the full gamut of emotions.

However, a lack of confidence affects their work. Penguins tend to give up on tasks they were otherwise capable of and are often disappointed with their performance. Still, work never dominates their life and they always put their family first.


"I ‘accidentally’ wrapped my hand over my pitched tent. “Trying to cover it up” I lied to myself. Only to be rewarded by chills rocketing down my spine. Fuck! I needed to cum now! "
"Wasted Time" by

Gentleman With Handcuffs

katewild22
Posted: Monday, May 13, 2013 10:10:11 AM

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Location: United Kingdom
Mouse. small, quiet and submissive, plain and unassuming.
Sssnake
Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 7:28:04 PM

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Thee Animal In Me Is Any And Every Possible Bird Of Prey. I.E. Vulture, Condors, Owl, Hawks, Eagle, Falcons, Osprey, Buzzards And Many More.
kylie_kained
Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 8:13:19 PM

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Location: Over your Knee Screaming and Kicking!, United King
Mouse. small, quiet and submissive, plain and unassuming same as Kate.

reddeville18
Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 8:20:29 PM

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a lioness or a black panther hunts and peers down on her prey......
Guest
Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 8:25:14 PM

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danni69
Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 9:02:54 PM

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BALD EAGLE
hotdreams
Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 9:20:18 PM

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Prairie Dog


Careers and Hobbies
Social work
Teaching
Journalism
Psychology
Dancing
Cinema
Reading
Nature
Gardening
Guest
Posted: Friday, May 17, 2013 2:47:12 PM

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I'm an otter! :)
Thinsulater
Posted: Friday, May 17, 2013 3:04:52 PM

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Porcupine


SHEEP!
Guest
Posted: Saturday, May 18, 2013 8:43:18 AM

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I'm a prairie dog :)

Careers and Hobbies
Social work
Teaching
Journalism
Psychology
Dancing
Cinema
Reading
Nature
Gardening

Famous Prairie Dogs
Gwyneth Paltrow
Julia Roberts
Rosie O'Donnell,
Mary Tyler Moore

If the words infectiously mischievous remind you of anyone, then chances are that you have a prairie dog in your life. Petite, attractive and intelligent, this creature's free time is spent in bucolic surroundings, playing socially bonding games with friends and family. But despite its insatiable curiosity, the prairie dog is cautious about venturing into the unknown and the conflict between its homebody tendencies and restless intellect defines its personality.

Like most insectivorous creatures, prairie dogs are wary of strangers and are anxious to turn them into allies. Even though it leaves an indelible mark on its community, only a handful of people ever claim to truly know a prairie dog. This subtle alienation distresses the gregarious prairie dog who suffers its periodic bouts of loneliness in silence.

As letter writers, prairie dogs are without equal. Typical of the social animals, they are generous and unselfish with their time and find sharing to be a source of pleasure. Their personal lives are well organized and they confidently tackle life's challenges while building a successful career. Prairie dogs derive a great deal of pleasure from nature and return the favor by conscientiously recycling and encouraging their community to do the same. They spend most of their recreational time at play with close friends and avoid competitive sports that require physical contact. Instead, they prefer group activities that cement social bonding, like card and board games.

Prairie dogs love music and dancing. Outdoor concerts are a special treat, where they draw energy from the crowd under an open sky. They are also creative and enthusiastic lovers, taking pleasure in their partner's pleasure. They are not drawn to any physical type in particular, but seek lovers to whom they can connect on a spiritual level. It is with small woodland personalities -- cottontails, deer and foxes -- that the prairie dog finds its natural balance. It is wont to take the art of lovemaking less seriously than one might expect, viewing sex as simply another opportunity to communicate. This seemingly disinterested approach can disappoint a casual lover who expects something kinkier from this otherwise enthusiastic little creature.
Jen_
Posted: Saturday, January 6, 2018 7:16:59 PM

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The Eagle Personality



Eagle Characteristics
Attractive
Self-confident
Impatient

Universally admired for their soaring spirits, the eagle has a striking presence that exudes a powerful sexual energy. As is typical of bird personalities, their high metabolisms make them edgy and unable to remain in one place for long. These fascinating creatures are natural explorers and traveling is their greatest love; nothing gets their juices flowing more than a flight to an exotic locale.

An Eagle is Unmistakable
Sleek and well groomed, the eagle's looks are striking. However, they occasionally have minor aesthetic flaws - perhaps a bald spot or big nose - but they nevertheless exude a strong sexual energy that turns heads. They enjoy most outdoor activities and have a particular affinity for extreme sports like sky diving, rock climbing, or bungee jumping.

The Eagle Personality on the Job
Outdoor jobs are coveted, and eagles enjoy working in the hot sun as a construction worker, serving in a natural setting as a park ranger or piloting the friendly skies. The proverbial legal eagle, they also enjoy the creative freedom of litigation, police, and detective work. However, eagles do not adjust well to the confines of office work. When they find themselves in this kind of career they become unsettled and perform poorly, unless the work is creative and challenging.
However, eagles are truly at their best when performing for others. Like the wild eagle whose aerial displays attract a large audience, they are in their element when singing, acting, or telling stories. Their enthusiasm for life comes at a price. Eagles are always on, proving tiresome to their families and coworkers.

The Eagle is a Bird at Heart
Like other birds, eagles tend to be flighty and emotionally jittery. Avoiding commitment, they prefer to keep moving, often for no other reason than the sheer joy of exploration. More than any other animal eagles love to travel (predictably preferring to fly), rarely alighting to integrate with the locals. They are consummate voyeurs and prefer to people-watch with their eagle eyes.

Eagles in the Wild
Perhaps from its use on the Seal of the United States of America, the eagle has become the most familiar of birds. Most eagles are solitary and only come together in groups when prey is plentiful.
Eagles take a variety of small animals for food and are not averse to eating carrion. A more spectacular method of feeding is the eagle's habit of robbing ospreys. By constantly harrying an osprey carrying a captured fish, the eagle forces the bird to drop the fish. Sometimes an eagle will grab the fish from the osprey's talons while in flight.

Careers & Hobbies
Pilot
Park ranger
Legal work
Performing
Rock climbing
Extreme sports
Skiing
Flying

Love & Friendship
Eagles are agile and outgoing and their effervescence makes them appealing lovers. However, their obsession for freedom makes them difficult creatures to tame.
While the eagle relishes the challenge of a relationship, it is also comfortable with its own company and sees little merit in settling down. As a result it is attracted to superficial alliances with baboons, weasels, and vultures who are content to keep the relationship at a physical level, with no expectation of a long-term commitment.
Before an eagle would consider committing to a relationship, it must first feather its nest by achieving a level of success in their personal lives. When they do tie the knot though, eagles will mate for life. Their strong nesting instincts make them loyal and dedicated partners.
With such a powerful sex drive, the eagle is not particularly fussy about its choice of partner and has developed quite a reputation for promiscuity. Attracted mainly to independent mammal personalities like the fox, wolf, and wildcat, it is not above trying its luck with the smaller animals. When trolling for companionship with its eagle eyes, mice, snakes, shrews, and moles are particularly vulnerable to the eagle's appetites and must be wary of falling prey to its carnivorous lust.
Ultimately, the eagle's perfect match is the mountain goat with whom it shares a love for solitude and mountain top vistas. There is an instant connection with these enigmatic animals and the relationship is destined for great heights.

Just_A_Guy_You_Know
Posted: Sunday, January 7, 2018 12:04:01 AM

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Ate a porkchop for dinner, so the animal in me is a pig.

Gratuitous Expletives!
Guest
Posted: Sunday, January 7, 2018 12:24:01 AM

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Lovely quiz and very cool.
I got bat, which is ironic as if I saw one i real life, I'd probably freak out a little.
Anyway here is the results descriptions:
This is a decidedly nonconformist creature, for as an airborne personality, the bat tends to look down at the conventions of the ground animals. And yet, since it is not a true bird and has not mastered the art of smooth controlled flight, it often appears awkward in social situations (hence the phrase "acting batty"). But as compensation for this social ungainliness, many bat personalities sport a built-in radar which enables them to intuitively read the motivations of others.

Spotting a Bat Personality
Identifying bat personalities is not difficult. Being nocturnal creatures, they come alive at night and can be spotted in underground clubs or dimly lit bars. They prefer the sanctuary of dark clothing and dark corners, and you'll never see a bat sporting a heavy tan. These are intelligent, spiritual, creative individuals who use their full range of senses (other than their poor eyesight) to carefully navigate their way through life.

Bats have a habit of flitting in and out of social situations, swooping down to interact briefly with others before quickly flying off to resume their bat lives. Unassertive and aloof, they'll take flight at the first hint of a confrontation to seek comfort in their personal spaces, generally decorated in unusual but expressive ways.

The Bat's Secret Weapon
A sixth sense gives bats a number of advantages in their work, and their insightful nature enables them to understand others better than they understand themselves. This intuitiveness makes bats excellent psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and palm readers. They respond poorly to direction however, and function best as a sole practitioners in their own business. Preferring to work at night and sleep by day, a bat's job must be flexible enough to accommodate these unusual hours. A creative streak often finds them in the design and architectural fields, and their unique relationship with dark caves makes you a natural archeologist or spelunker.

Although the bat's spiritual side is always on display, they are not overly emotional. Because of their unusual and sometimes awkward approach to life they can sometimes have difficulty finding companions. However, bats respond well to anyone who shares their philosophical perspective, and they love spending long hours in deep conversation. Once they have successfully located a partner, bats prove to be both dependable and committed companions.Â

Bats in the Wild
While often mistaken for birds, bats of course are mammals that have chosen to abandon the world of the terrestrial and adopt the nocturnal, airborne environment in which they thrive. Although a number of other mammals are able to glide , bats are the only ones to have achieved real flight. Highly skilled hunters, bats have been able to infiltrate a variety of geographical niches using all manner of feeding techniques. From the famous bloodsucking vampire to the tiny pollinating fruit bat, their nocturnal flappings evoke an image of a mysterious and vaguely repellent rodent on the wing.


Careers & Hobbies
Psychiatrist
Artist
Social Worker
Archeologist
Writer
Musician
Socializing
Philosophy
Love & Friendship
Bats are enamoured with the idea of love more than they are with its colder realities. Decidedly romantic, they are prone to flights of extraordinary fantasy. And it's not the traditional Ken and Barbie type of romance that tickles its fancy either. It's the Anne Rice kind: dark, moody and gothic.

A lover able to tap into the bat's rich world is in for some delightful intrigue and although it's no easy task finding one's way into the bat's mysterious heart, the fox personality makes the air/land transition quite well. The fox's incisive mind and adventurous sexual spirit intersects perfectly with the bat's quirky fascination for the nighthunt. Perhaps this is why another term for the bat is flying fox.
Lastly apparently my romantic matches would best be suited with an owl.
EJ224
Posted: Monday, January 8, 2018 12:19:57 PM

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I got The Gorilla:

Gorillas are strong, unpolished individuals with a gruff exterior that conceals their soft and chewy center. They are capable, happy-go-lucky individuals with a disarming naivete. Maybe a little hairy with a tattoo or two too, they are unpretentious and engaging creatures who brighten everyone's day with their enthusiastically warm greetings. They pay little attention to their physical condition and can even be a bit of a slob. With this tendency to be untidy, a gorilla isn't one to recycle or pick up after itself.

I do actually recycle- indeed I am passionate about not wasting and reusing things. Also, not terribly physically strong. But the rest of that is pretty accurate.
1Headlight
Posted: Friday, January 19, 2018 1:21:20 PM

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Hmmm....Im a bat! That would explain why I was on night work for 20 years..... Ah, look at that...1headlight! Who knew lol
Guest
Posted: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 6:41:12 PM

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I am a Badger
Beffer
Posted: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 9:29:10 PM

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Location: Land of Legend, south of the Firelands, United Sta
I didn't get the animal I wanted, so screw it! lol (Becky and I are both badgers!)

Guest
Posted: Thursday, January 25, 2018 7:43:53 AM

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Beffer wrote:
I didn't get the animal I wanted, so screw it! lol (Becky and I are both badgers!)


A Badger is like a Beaver....I am sure that was the animal you were going for....LOL

Both of us badgers....that could be dangerous
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