Pondering a werewolf question

Pondering a werewolf question

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PDX Dave

Portland, OR

#1 Dec 28, 2013
Okay so if a female werewolf goes out during the full moon (in wolf mode) and has sex getting knocked up by a male werewolf or regular wolf, well when she turns back into a human the next morning – would she still be pregnant? And if so, what with... a human/werewolf baby, or puppies? These are the things I wake up at night thinking about! The wife is so upset when I wake her up to see what she thinks about it.
Mary

Bethlehem, PA

#2 Dec 28, 2013
I would guess a hybrid will be born. Will look mostly human except when the full moons come. Then it will be 100% wolf. Then when daylight comes will be human again.
Woody

Kansas City, MO

#3 Dec 28, 2013
Wood be a good question if the darn things actually existed.

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#4 Dec 28, 2013
Woody wrote:
Wood be a good question if the darn things actually existed.
Hey now, you don't know that for sure! It's just like UFOs and Sasquatch, you can't prove something doesn't exist [grins]. I made the mistake a couple of years ago, I was walking through the forest alone, out behind our house just taking a summer nighttime stroll, and I kept hearing things... twigs cracking and like that – I knew it was just some nighttime critter, but I had also just watched that movie "Wolfen" which is about werewolves, I admit my imagination made me nervous :-)

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#5 Dec 28, 2013
Jenji wrote:
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Hey now, you don't know that for sure! It's just like UFOs and Sasquatch, you can't prove something doesn't exist [grins]. I made the mistake a couple of years ago, I was walking through the forest alone, out behind our house just taking a summer nighttime stroll, and I kept hearing things... twigs cracking and like that – I knew it was just some nighttime critter, but I had also just watched that movie "Wolfen" which is about werewolves, I admit my imagination made me nervous :-)
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#6 Dec 28, 2013
PDX Dave wrote:
Okay so if a female werewolf goes out during the full moon (in wolf mode) and has sex getting knocked up by a male werewolf or regular wolf, well when she turns back into a human the next morning – would she still be pregnant? And if so, what with... a human/werewolf baby, or puppies? These are the things I wake up at night thinking about! The wife is so upset when I wake her up to see what she thinks about it.
I think a better question would be is do werewolves have litters or just birth one werewolf at a time with occasional and uncommon multiple births?

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#7 Dec 28, 2013
were wolfs are Made Not Born,

once bitten that is when They Turn into One , so the sex Is just Sport not Pro Creation,...

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#8 Dec 28, 2013

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#9 Dec 28, 2013
Big Time wrote:
were wolfs are Made Not Born,
once bitten that is when They Turn into One , so the sex Is just Sport not Pro Creation,...
In some myths Lycan's do give birth to werewolves as well. Some of the myths say they are more powerful than their non birthed counterparts and some of them say those birthed as werewolves can transform at will instead of by circumstance.

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#10 Dec 28, 2013
All the ones I know are from Bites, ...

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#11 Dec 28, 2013
There! Wolf!!

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#12 Dec 28, 2013
This is akin to pondering other myths - like religion. Waste of time.

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#13 Dec 28, 2013
Dr_Dirty wrote:
This is akin to pondering other myths - like religion. Waste of time.
I disagree. It can be a useful tool to exercise ones ability in abstract thinking. All depends if the ponderer is putting faith into the myth or using at as a scenario without any actual belief in the myth itself.

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#14 Dec 28, 2013
FTW Yall wrote:
<quoted text>I disagree. It can be a useful tool to exercise ones ability in abstract thinking. All depends if the ponderer is putting faith into the myth or using at as a scenario without any actual belief in the myth itself.
Hogwash. There are plenty of other abstract things to ponder that have more application to reality - absolutely no sense in pondering werewolves except in fiction as fancifulk tales to tell children. To otherwise ponder werewolves and their fate is a complete waste of time.

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#15 Dec 28, 2013
uh..."fanciful" that is...

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#16 Dec 28, 2013
Dr_Dirty wrote:
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Hogwash. There are plenty of other abstract things to ponder that have more application to reality - absolutely no sense in pondering werewolves except in fiction as fancifulk tales to tell children. To otherwise ponder werewolves and their fate is a complete waste of time.
It is an exercise. A game. Your logic would also say that playing chess is a waist of time. When it has been proven over and over again that it builds the mind in many ways. Daydreaming is another example, some say it is a waist of time but research has shown that it helps to develop creativity and abstract as well as critical thought. Thinking about things that don't exist and how they would work in their hypothetical realities and laws of nature is not always a waist of time. It most certainly can be but is not always so. People in various academic fields play these types of mental games and exercises with each other quite often for these reasons.

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#17 Dec 28, 2013
Dr_Dirty wrote:
This is akin to pondering other myths - like religion. Waste of time.
Just don't make the mistake of confusing religion, with God the Creator Spirit. Two completely different things! God is God, religion is man. Religions are a thing humans invented in an effort to explain, to themselves, the God which they knew exists – but they couldn't understand or wrap their head around. That's why there is only one God, but so many religions-different concepts of what He is. I'm just saying (and exercising my mind in abstract thinking – I love that!:-)

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#18 Dec 28, 2013
Jenji wrote:
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Just don't make the mistake of confusing religion, with God the Creator Spirit. Two completely different things! God is God, religion is man. Religions are a thing humans invented in an effort to explain, to themselves, the God which they knew exists – but they couldn't understand or wrap their head around. That's why there is only one God, but so many religions-different concepts of what He is. I'm just saying (and exercising my mind in abstract thinking – I love that!:-)
Is God a spirit or is God just the personification of cosmic events???

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#19 Dec 28, 2013
60s chic

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#20 Dec 28, 2013
Knocked up by a werewolf? Lol! Someone's been having way too much eggnog. Although, I've seen some pretty hairy looking men out there. Perhaps it's true.

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