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(Wuffie Yiffikins Bigknot)   Mother leaves unfavorable review for hotel after her road trip was ruined by a bunch of furries holding a convention in the same hotel   (tripadvisor.com) divider line 212
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2013-02-24 01:50:17 PM
No no something doesn't seem right about this review. As you can see, the review is from January 9th, 2013. I was curious what furry convention was being hosted in the Crowne Plaza in Addison, Texas and the closest one I found to that time was the Furry Fiesta: Time Travelers Ball but it's occurring on February 22nd - 24th, 2013.
 
2013-02-24 01:50:23 PM

maxx2112: For our first anniversary, we went to Biloxi (we were young, we were poor, shut up, you don't know me).  This was before the days of Beau Rivage, so the big four-star hotels didn't exist.  We stayed at a beach front resort.  What we didn't know was that a dog show was in town, and a lot of the participants were staying at our hotel, one of the few "pet friendly" places.

The noise!

The smell!

I would have given my left nut to have been in a hotel with a furry convention instead

(Once decided not to stay at a hotel in Vegas because the Lifestyle convention was there.  I'm sure they're nice people, but I wasn't really interested in seeing a bunch of fat, middle aged swingers drunkenly groping each other all weekend . . . I get enough of that at home, thank you).

/ csb


Are you sure that wasnt CoastCon?
 
2013-02-24 01:51:02 PM
This woman's story doesn't add up.  Her husband almost got into 2 fights?  Are furries violently aggressive or something?  The whole thing reads like someone embellishing to justify their moral outrage
 
2013-02-24 01:54:11 PM
Silverstaff:
The Galactica revival was scrapped, FOX filled their interest in a space-actions series with Space: Above and Beyond.

. . .all because a hotel exec didn't want his wedding at the same place as a convention.


If this is remotely true, it's probably a good thing (though certainly very much in disguise at the time).  Advances in FX made the more recent reboot look and feel much better than a mid-90's version would have.  And shows like S:AAB set production and stylistic precedents that probably contributed to the new BG being what it was.

But, genuinely CS,B.
 
2013-02-24 01:58:29 PM
Look, I find furries just as creepy as the next guy, but this biatch has a TON of sand in that vagina of hers.

She needs to wake up and realize that you know, there are people that enjoy doing different things than her. Were the furries harassing her or the kids? No? Then shut the fark up lady! Deal with it biatch, you are in a hotel!
 
2013-02-24 01:59:35 PM
Go fark yourself, asswipe. I'm not a furry, but FFS, they have the right to have a damn convention, and your pwecious wittle snowflakes are  not going to be scarred for life if two furries kiss, which, knowing your type, is probable the 'lude' behavior you were complaining about. Other people have sex. They have sex in ways you don't like. Get the fark over it.

/Had three girls go to my HS wearing tails and collars. I don't think they were furries; they just liked wearing that.
//That's the level of how much any child of my generation or younger gives a shiat.
 
2013-02-24 02:00:06 PM

leonel: No no something doesn't seem right about this review. As you can see, the review is from January 9th, 2013. I was curious what furry convention was being hosted in the Crowne Plaza in Addison, Texas and the closest one I found to that time was the Furry Fiesta: Time Travelers Ball but it's occurring on February 22nd - 24th, 2013.


Hurp never mind, she mentions she stayed in Feb 2012.

I still have qualms about what she thinks is happening in a furry rave since her mentioning that she looked it up on Google leads me to believe that she didn't actually go and see herself.
 
2013-02-24 02:03:25 PM
Furries can fark how they like. Whatever. But when I get to furries who are like, "Yo, this is a lifestyle," I gotta be all, "Yeah your lifestyle is wack." I thought Road Rovers was a good show too, but I don't base my life around it. shiat guys. I don't even know how I would do that. "Hey check out my lifestyle based around sexy children's television shows from the 90's. I drink out of a dog bowl. Here's my Minerva Mink fursuit. I wear it while I put a dragon dildo in my butt while watching Disney's Robin Hood. I base my anarcho-communist beliefs around the webcomic Kit & Kay Boodle. All economic transactions should be based on sex. I'm unemployed right now because I had a split-species transition when I was cleaning tables at Burger King and my boss fired me. That's discrimination! I can't help that there's a wolf inside of me just begging to get out!" That's a crazy way to live your life dude.
 
2013-02-24 02:19:02 PM
 
2013-02-24 02:21:51 PM

Latinwolf: [freakipedia.net image 425x531]


She isn't a furry, she's dressed as Felicia from Dark Stalkers.
 
2013-02-24 02:25:22 PM
ComicCon is coming to Watfington State Convention Center.


/yiffie ki ya, motherfarkers
//see ya'll there
///i'll be dressed in halo gear
////punch me in the junk, we all like it
 
2013-02-24 02:26:22 PM

dillenger69: the Brunching Shuttlecocks' geek hierarchy
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Oh good lord, I fall into 13 of those boxes... so... I don't know where I belong on that chart... The lowest one I'm in is in the third tier though...oh wait... there's one 4th tier... "People who buy expensive 'replicas' of fictional fantasy swords", but I have a LOT of swords...
 
2013-02-24 02:28:13 PM
Every year Atlanta hosts the ChickFila College Football kickoff game and Dragoncon, and fans of both fill up the downtown hotels.  Trust me, the football fans are way rowdier and offensive than any block of nerds could ever been.  If anyone should be complaining, it should be the furries, stormtroopers, Klingons and Harry Potters.
 
2013-02-24 02:29:02 PM
Once had a hotel room on a floor otherwise occupied by an (apparently) well known Mexican Heavy Metal band. The party was still going strong when I left at 6:30 am. It was like Caligula meets an episode of behind the music.
 
2013-02-24 02:36:46 PM

SCUBA_Archer: Every year Atlanta hosts the ChickFila College Football kickoff game and Dragoncon, and fans of both fill up the downtown hotels.  Trust me, the football fans are way rowdier and offensive than any block of nerds could ever been.  If anyone should be complaining, it should be the furries, stormtroopers, Klingons and Harry Potters.


I don't know if it happens every year, but last summer Anime Expo was going down at the LA Convention Center simultaneously with the X-Games at LA Live. It was an odd scene I'll say that much.
 
2013-02-24 02:38:16 PM
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2013-02-24 02:42:28 PM

El Brujo: El Brujo's hierarchy of unacceptables:

1. social conservatives
2. juggalos
3. bronies
4. infantilists
5. furries
6. rappers


Exactly what's wrong with being a social conservative?
 
2013-02-24 02:42:53 PM

casey17: El Brujo: El Brujo's hierarchy of unacceptables:

1. social conservatives
2. juggalos
3. bronies
4. infantilists
5. furries
6. rappers

Awwww....what?  That's *MY* list, if by "bronies" you mean "hipsters" and by "furries" you mean "trustafarians".


Sorry, I don't.  Hipsters can sometimes bring decent music to the table...not that I listen often but KEXP will confirm.  While Bronies...emasculated men obsessed with toys and clothing for little girls...do nothing for me.  Trustafarians could at least bring around some decent weed, I'd think, so they have that going.  Fake bestiality is so 90's, besides.
 
2013-02-24 02:48:41 PM
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2013-02-24 02:55:16 PM
A friend of mine had his Plymouth Superbird at an indoor car show a few months ago. There was apparently a furry convention in the hotel at the same time, and at one point, the furries wandered into the car show. Most of the car show guys were horrified, but my friend saw the humor in it and not only let the furries sit in his car, but let them climb up on the wing and decklid for photos. All the other other car owners were outraged and making threats about "if one of them freaks even looks at my car..." but it seems that the furries were decent folks who weren't interested in making trouble. Their handlers were shiatting eggrolls when my friend started allowing them to get into and onto his car, but otherwise it seemed to work just fine. And he says the best part was watching the other Superbird owners losing their minds over the "blasphemy" of letting these folks even touch the car.

At least have a sense of humor about it. So it's not your thing, what's the harm?


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2013-02-24 02:56:36 PM

Richard C Stanford: Can't wait to see the yiff brigade come out with all the "this is racism" crap. Furries have a persecution complex on par with republicans. Fortunately, furries are less vocal then them.


The 90's and early 00's really scarred people. Furries have gone from the Internet's loudest and most obnoxious weirdos to being basically invisible, unless you are one, just like the rest of the nerdy cliques. The decline of Livejournal versus Myspace and Facebook probably had a lot to do with that.

On the other hand, political trolls are everywhere and getting louder every year.
 
2013-02-24 03:00:07 PM

JerkStore: A friend of mine had his Plymouth Superbird at an indoor car show a few months ago. There was apparently a furry convention in the hotel at the same time, and at one point, the furries wandered into the car show. Most of the car show guys were horrified, but my friend saw the humor in it and not only let the furries sit in his car, but let them climb up on the wing and decklid for photos. All the other other car owners were outraged and making threats about "if one of them freaks even looks at my car..." but it seems that the furries were decent folks who weren't interested in making trouble. Their handlers were shiatting eggrolls when my friend started allowing them to get into and onto his car, but otherwise it seemed to work just fine. And he says the best part was watching the other Superbird owners losing their minds over the "blasphemy" of letting these folks even touch the car.

At least have a sense of humor about it. So it's not your thing, what's the harm?


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Notice how Humanity was staying as far from these furries as possible. Like there was at least a ten foot space between a sane person and a furry.
 
2013-02-24 03:12:05 PM

GentlemanJ: Evidently, choosy moms do not choose Yiff.


Well done, brother.
 
2013-02-24 03:18:28 PM
Furries are the most evil, debauching creatures on the face of the Earth. Death to the furries!

Of course there are other people who dress up unusual, atypical things (babies, robots, buildings) that do not raise my ire so. And that is how it should be.

Death to furries.
 
2013-02-24 03:23:26 PM
Thank good I'm not the only one. The night before i graduated from law school, i ended up staying in a hotel that was hosting a furry convention. Creepiness doesn't begin to explain....
 
2013-02-24 03:32:28 PM

Chibi Shinigami: Nice try, subby. The review was from a cheer DAD...named Tony.


Thank you for pointing that out.
 
2013-02-24 03:40:53 PM

Slam1263: ComicCon is coming to Watfington State Convention Center.


/yiffie ki ya, motherfarkers
//see ya'll there
///i'll be dressed in halo gear
////punch me in the junk, we all like it


Someone in Portland apparently decided to start one here also.  The celebrity guest so far is the dude from Grimm.  He's the only celebrity they can find so far, and he's going to be in town filming then anyway.

The real ComicCon was always interesting though.  For the five years I lived in San Diego a bunch of my customers were downtown SD hotels.  ComicCon made my job a heluva lot more interesting for a few days every year.  They were definitely weirder, but still much better guests than when the Super Bowl came to town.
 
2013-02-24 03:49:38 PM

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2013-02-24 04:18:59 PM

JerkStore: A friend of mine had his Plymouth Superbird at an indoor car show a few months ago. There was apparently a furry convention in the hotel at the same time, and at one point, the furries wandered into the car show. Most of the car show guys were horrified, but my friend saw the humor in it and not only let the furries sit in his car, but let them climb up on the wing and decklid for photos. All the other other car owners were outraged and making threats about "if one of them freaks even looks at my car..." but it seems that the furries were decent folks who weren't interested in making trouble. Their handlers were shiatting eggrolls when my friend started allowing them to get into and onto his car, but otherwise it seemed to work just fine. And he says the best part was watching the other Superbird owners losing their minds over the "blasphemy" of letting these folks even touch the car.

At least have a sense of humor about it. So it's not your thing, what's the harm?


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Wow what a bunch of freaks.  I would never let any of them sit on let alone touch anything that I owned.  I mean, seriously, there is nothing more depraved than a Plymouth Superbird owner!
 
2013-02-24 04:27:02 PM

wsupfoo2: This woman's story doesn't add up.  Her husband almost got into 2 fights?  Are furries violently aggressive or something?  The whole thing reads like someone embellishing to justify their moral outrage


If there's one thing I've learned after 15+ years in the hotel business...

Customers exaggerate.
They find one tick (after an all-day hike in the woods), and suddenly they claim the whole room is covered in bugs... so they want a full refund.
To a nonsmoker, two people standing outside smoking becomes a rowdy group yelling and cursing at each other... and they want a full refund.
To a teetotaler, a couple enjoying an evening glass of wine in the breakfast area becomes a group of drunk alcoholics in the lobby... and they want a full refund.
An employee saying "no" to ANY request (no matter how ridiculous), becomes the rudest person they've ever seen... and they want a full refund.
(See the pattern?)

After dealing with the "other" side of these claims, I have learned to take any review of any business with a grain of salt. I have seen bad reviews written by people who have obviously never patronized the business, and I've seen multiple reviews obviously written by the same person using sock puppet accounts (most often on Google Places). Thankfully, most hotel-specific review sites provide a way for the business to contest these claims, or at least have them revised. Most also require that the reviewer booked their stay through that website (Priceline, Expedia, etc).
 
2013-02-24 04:41:58 PM

Gleeman: /obligatory?


Nope, this is obligatory.

www.mindhuestudio.com
 
2013-02-24 05:18:12 PM

kim jong-un: The first rule to troll identification is the use of the term 'apologists'.


Said Kim-Jong Un.

/trolls trolling trolls
 
2013-02-24 05:55:21 PM

JerkStore: A friend of mine had his Plymouth Superbird at an indoor car show a few months ago. There was apparently a furry convention in the hotel at the same time, and at one point, the furries wandered into the car show. Most of the car show guys were horrified, but my friend saw the humor in it and not only let the furries sit in his car, but let them climb up on the wing and decklid for photos. All the other other car owners were outraged and making threats about "if one of them freaks even looks at my car..." but it seems that the furries were decent folks who weren't interested in making trouble. Their handlers were shiatting eggrolls when my friend started allowing them to get into and onto his car, but otherwise it seemed to work just fine. And he says the best part was watching the other Superbird owners losing their minds over the "blasphemy" of letting these folks even touch the car.

At least have a sense of humor about it. So it's not your thing, what's the harm?


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It's telling how a group of normal folks who probably had no exposure to that community before instantly pegged it for what it was.  Of course they didn't want those furries near their rides, god only knows what bodily fluids those suits have been covered in.
 
2013-02-24 05:57:46 PM
Why shouldn't they be upset? Furries are child molesters.
 
2013-02-24 06:13:35 PM

ongbok: Chibi Shinigami: Nice try, subby. The review was from a cheer DAD...named Tony.

How do you know it was a man. Women use the name Tony also.


Tony...Toni...you can't explain that!

/dumbass
 
2013-02-24 06:22:44 PM

rushthatspeaks: farking scumbags, if they want to dress like furry animals, how about we get to set them free in the woods and hunt them? I'll count to 3 first...promise.


A good hunter will eat what he kills.
 
2013-02-24 07:57:10 PM
At DragonCon last year, a baptist convention booked starting on Monday.  Many checked in Sunday night.

Apparently the poor wittle bappys needed nappys and couldn't handle laughter that all of the other neighbors/rooms couldn't hear.  I was told that the next morning.   So, the Bappys in the room next to me called security.  guard's words:

1st offence-  Shut up.
2nd offence- we throw your guest out on her ass.
3rd offence- we throw you out.

Westin.  Making christian private academies look like very lenient universities who buy kegs and leave them in the rooms as gifts.

(I am baptist, and loved the nude women I talked to for 35 minutes on one of those nights.  I'm also appreciative of the skill and talent some con-goers put into their costumes.  The female Matrix Trinity who was male for example)
 
2013-02-24 09:15:43 PM
I work in a hotel. The worst guests are political parties.

Worse yet, they actually stipulate on their contracts with the hotel that discretion and privacy is required. Assholes.

//Yes, all of them.
///Left, right, centre - politicians are assholes.
 
2013-02-24 09:32:09 PM
Ah, I see that furry threads have cycled back around to furry bashing by the basement dwellers. Too bad, they smelled so much nicer before.
 
2013-02-24 10:41:23 PM

Clint_Torres: ongbok: Chibi Shinigami: Nice try, subby. The review was from a cheer DAD...named Tony.

How do you know it was a man. Women use the name Tony also.

Tony...Toni...you can't explain that!

/dumbass


I guess you can't explain how women use both spellings, Toni and Tony, also. Or how Tony is considered a unisex name.

/dumbass
 
2013-02-24 10:56:17 PM

Lurk sober post drunk: Repo Man: Ok, juggalos are worse.

made it to 1:05


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwcc4jl4zi8 Dear God...Im glad my kids are Bronies!
 
2013-02-24 11:02:31 PM

ongbok: I guess you can't explain how women use both spellings, Toni and Tony, also. Or how Tony is considered a unisex name.

/dumbass


Actually I can. I have never met either one that spells their name the opposite of 'what it's supposed to be'. I guess I have been sheltered.

I wasn't trying to be a dick, I was trying to be more snarky, but I see I came across the wrong way. I'm not trying to make enemies here, just having a playful jab. Sorry if I went too far.

/antibiotic & painkiller binge
//filters are off
 
2013-02-24 11:19:19 PM

dillenger69: the Brunching Shuttlecocks' geek hierarchy


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Heh... makes me want to become a famous Science Fiction writer... just so I can write a series with erotic versions of Star Trek where Kirk is like an ocelot or something.

I'll call it Fifty Shades of Federation or some equally awful title.
 
2013-02-24 11:30:19 PM
Lot of NMK (not my kink) shamers here.

Furrism (furrianity? furriphilia?) is a fairly simple and generally harmless kink.  Non-furries do lots of things which are far grosser and/or more harmful.

If dressing up as a mascot and yiffing is the worst of your kink, it's a pretty damn vanilla kink.
 
2013-02-24 11:39:49 PM
JerkStore:
At least have a sense of humor about it. So it's not your thing, what's the harm?

Why do you hate America?
 
2013-02-25 12:19:24 AM

TV's Vinnie: JerkStore: A friend of mine had his Plymouth Superbird at an indoor car show a few months ago. There was apparently a furry convention in the hotel at the same time, and at one point, the furries wandered into the car show. Most of the car show guys were horrified, but my friend saw the humor in it and not only let the furries sit in his car, but let them climb up on the wing and decklid for photos. All the other other car owners were outraged and making threats about "if one of them freaks even looks at my car..." but it seems that the furries were decent folks who weren't interested in making trouble. Their handlers were shiatting eggrolls when my friend started allowing them to get into and onto his car, but otherwise it seemed to work just fine. And he says the best part was watching the other Superbird owners losing their minds over the "blasphemy" of letting these folks even touch the car.

At least have a sense of humor about it. So it's not your thing, what's the harm?


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Notice how Humanity was staying as far from these furries as possible. Like there was at least a ten foot space between a sane person and a furry.


Yeah, as though there is such a thing as a truly "sane" person. Fursuiters just wear their major quirks on their sleeves. Or, well, as their sleeves. And more power to them. That is an honest thing, and maybe even a brave thing.

It's also possible that non-fursuiters were trying to stay out of the shots, if they could. Respectful people do that, right?
 
2013-02-25 12:37:09 AM
Having the furries on your car is a free buffing!

Not really, I just wouldn't let them near it because I don't want the paint scratched, I wouldn't care if they wanted to get in the car.
 
2013-02-25 12:46:42 AM

Canton: It's also possible that non-fursuiters were trying to stay out of the shots, if they could. Respectful people do that, right?


Oh, you are so cute in that shirt-drenching dribbling kind of way.
 
2013-02-25 01:35:18 AM

TV's Vinnie: Canton: It's also possible that non-fursuiters were trying to stay out of the shots, if they could. Respectful people do that, right?

Oh, you are so cute in that shirt-drenching dribbling kind of way.


Nah, just generous with the whole benefit of the doubt thing.

/Dangerous here, I know...
 
2013-02-25 01:44:26 AM
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