Werewolves

Werewolf certificate

Printable werewolf certificate. Are you a werewolf? So I guess we had some time on our hands and decided we needed to do something fun for all the werewolves here. We took some time to create a “werewolf certificate” that any werewolf can print out and post any place that they would like. After you print out the werewolf certificate, date it, and enter your name where the certificate reads, “This certifies that…(enter name here)”, preferably your werewolf name. If you are still in need of a werewolf name, or don’t have one yet, ask around here on the website and I’m sure you will find another werewolf that would love to share suggestions for your werewolf name. This...
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Werewolves of London

A quick switch to the lighter side…Besides the famous movie, there is a song called Werewolves of London.  Sung by Warren Zevon, the Werewolves of London song was a part of the 1978 album Excitable Boy and hit number 21 on the American Top 40 charts. Since it was originally released, the song has popped back in and out of popular culture with some regularity..probably because it’s so catchy.  In fact,many of you may be familiar with the tune since the beat became very popular in a recent hit by Kid Rock who actually samples Werewolves of London in his own song “All Summer Long”! Want to learn about the movie Werewolves of London instead? a-hooo!! a-hooo!! Lyrics to...
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Werewolf territorial behavior

Werewolf 967, You raise a good point, what are the instincts that drive the territorial behavior of a werewolf? I think werewolves are similar to wolves in terms of their territorial behavior. Wolf packs rarely accept strangers into their territories. Wolf howling aid in spacing wolf populations and keeping packs separate. Werewolves are however part human, so I think this is where the werewolf, especially in human form, will judge and analyze the situation with human intelligence instead of just operating based on pure instinct....
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werewolf territory

What  happens if another werewolf enters your territory? Do you defend it? Do you ask questions? Do you invite the intruder in? Werewolves are territorial. Is there an instinct that tells the werewolf who is a threat and who is not a threat? How do you determine who is a threat and who is not important? ?   If you step on my side I will let you know, if you don’t like my side just go back to where you belong....
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werewolf purgatory

There is a period before transformation where the weighted one will be caught in a purgatory. You will be caught in a state of extreme mental suffering, and at times physical pain. This purgatory is temporary and a rite of passage for the human who will soon transform into a werewolf. The purgatory is normally within two days of transformation, most times it is the day of your transformation. The period of this state is not consistent, it could last merely seconds, sometimes minutes, extreme cases you could be stuck in this state for hours. In this state time seems to stand still, all that was happening is now happening at a slower pace, the pain that was once...
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Identifying a werewolf in human form

Identification of a werewolf in human form is quite difficult, and there is no one way to tell. European legends reference some physical characteristics including distinctive heavy-set eyebrows, low-set ears, and curved nails. Many other legends around the world reference different traits including dark thick hair and long middle fingers – or odd characteristics such as hairy palms. All these identification methods are hit or miss however as not all or necessarily any of these characteristics will apply to all werewolves. There is however a more agreed upon method to identify a werewolf, which is through the eyes – werewolves in human form are said to have very distinctive eyes that draw you in....
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werewolves can live with humans

The face of a werewolf can be difficult to understand, to some a werewolf is complicated, but to others easier to understand. For the few that understand the werewolf it is a beautiful thing. But what we don’t want is misunderstandings. It is easier for werewolves and humans to have misunderstandings between them than any others creatures on earth, other than human to human misunderstandings. Most werewolves are misunderstood since first meeting, since the first sight. I’m not sure who is to blame, the human or the werewolf? But nonetheless, this is not about blame, this is about the misunderstanding that two creatures have and will always have, some misunderstandings can be repaired but many will linger for all...
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How long do werewolves live?

Werewolves, unlike vampires, are not immortal – in other words, they do not live forever as vampires are so famous for. Some say that werewolves do however have an unnatural life span – they have very long lives, and live longer than most human beings. There are some reports of ancient werewolves living hundreds of years, although this is not the case for most....
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were oh where do werewolves sleep…

 Do werewolves sleep, and if they do sleep where and how do they rest? This needs to be covered. Speaking in terms of the weighted one, the human living with the curse, his sleeping accommodations could be anywhere, the same as any human. The weighted one (werewolf in human form) will sleep as any other human does, but it is more likely that all weighted (cursed) people will sleep in much of the similar positions. The most popular positions for weighted humans (cursed) to sleep are: On the side. A human living as a werewolf will most likely choose to sleep on his or her side with the feet pulled slightly toward the chest. Position will often change throughout the night but most likely the weighted...
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Westminster Dog Show Winner

A quick off-topic post about the winner of the 133rd Westminster Dog Show – the winner of the competition was a Sussex Spaniel named Stump who at 10 years old became the oldest dog to ever win the Westminster dog show. The show was held at Madison Square Garden and included 170 breeds of dogs, and a stiff competition of approximately 2500 dogs. Sussex spaniels are calm dogs that grow to be about 40 pounds, and have an average life span of 12 – 15 years. They are traditionally small game hunters, and generally have long golden-brown coats that must be combed regularly....
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