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Poll:How Many Plushies do you have?

>10
5 35.7%
5-10
4 28.6%
1-4
5 35.7%
Total number of voters: 14 ( Karma, Neon the Fox, Dizzy, Orcinus Orca, Mister Maow ) See more
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02 Feb 2014 00:47 #1238 by Luke Wolf
I felt the other poll was starting to get a little stale so I'm going to throw more SCIENCE! into the forum... So I figured this would be a fun one

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02 Feb 2014 00:53 #1239 by Glitch
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you keep this up I might need to make my own 'for science'

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02 Feb 2014 00:59 #1241 by Luke Wolf
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I actually want to see that :P Please do.

sure these don't produce statistically relevant results, and there's self-selection bias and all sorts of other stuff which would make this data never hold up under scientific rigour but it's a very interesting and a fun way to build and discuss community.

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02 Feb 2014 17:37 #1244 by Antnommer
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I have three large-size anteaters and two Beanie Baby anteaters, one of which is the smaller McDonalds one (which I have pinned to my con badge lanyard). I have a few other random plushes as well.

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03 Feb 2014 08:48 #1252 by Eclipse
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I've no idea how many I have boxed away from moving years ago (and several times since), but given that I can count at least 2 appaloosas, a nightmare, a semi-anthro zebra, an arctic fox, and my computer mascot, a Beanie Baby cougar, as present and collecting dust in my house right now, I'm sure I have more than ten total!

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04 Feb 2014 01:22 #1255 by Linx Aether
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You forgot to put an option for 0
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04 Feb 2014 08:11 #1257 by Luke Wolf
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Yeah well... Furries without any plushies seemed like it wasn't happening :P

That said those with none can post in the thread and maybe someone will end up correcting that situation for them :P

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04 Feb 2014 09:21 #1258 by Dante
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Two red pandas, one fox and a graduation parrot. I'm not sure about the one panda though, he might be considered too big to be a plushie.

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04 Feb 2014 10:44 #1259 by Luke Wolf
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Dante wrote: Two red pandas, one fox and a graduation parrot. I'm not sure about the one panda though, he might be considered too big to be a plushie.

since when is there an upper size limit on what is considered a plushie?

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04 Feb 2014 11:52 #1260 by Antnommer
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Luke Wolf wrote:

Dante wrote: Two red pandas, one fox and a graduation parrot. I'm not sure about the one panda though, he might be considered too big to be a plushie.

since when is there an upper size limit on what is considered a plushie?


The bigger the better! Though once they get to be as big as you are, you might as well get a fursuit. :=~

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04 Feb 2014 12:54 #1261 by Luke Wolf
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Antnommer wrote: The bigger the better!

+1

my 30in wolf plush is awesome for cuddling with

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04 Feb 2014 17:05 #1264 by Dante
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Well, I suppose the question is... what defines a plushie from a stuffed toy?

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04 Feb 2014 22:23 #1266 by Antnommer
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Nothing, from my understanding. I always assumed the difference was more between stuffed and plastic.

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04 Feb 2014 22:23 #1267 by Luke Wolf
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I've always treated them as aliases for the same class :P

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05 Feb 2014 06:04 #1268 by Glitch
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Yeah I didn't realize there was a difference either >.>

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