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Unarchived Art / Re: [F + Non-Anthro] Lacie's Plight
« on: August 17, 2014, 12:41:59 AM »

Unarchived Art / Re: [F + Non-Anthro] Lacie's Plight
« on: August 17, 2014, 12:38:57 AM »
Thanks so much, you guys. ;D  I love your comments. <3

Unarchived Art / Re: [F] Maxie scribbles
« on: August 16, 2014, 04:15:52 PM »
Gahhhhh I love this! ;D  Hehe, what a sneeze.

Unarchived Art / Re: [F + Non-Anthro] Lacie's Plight
« on: August 15, 2014, 03:29:47 PM »
The first two parts are here!

Unarchived Art / [F + Non-Anthro] Lacie's Plight
« on: August 15, 2014, 03:27:33 PM »
This was a commission for STW!  He came up with the oh-so-brilliant title. ;P <3

Hope you all like it!

Unarchived Stories / Re: Peppered Preparation [f] [anthro]
« on: August 07, 2014, 04:37:19 PM »
Awww, you guys are so sweet. ;D  I don't know if I'll ever write more.  We'll see.  But I'm glad you guys will receive it well if I do ever write more sneezy stuff!

And yes, Paws, my new icon is fabulous.

Unarchived Stories / [F] Peppered Preparation
« on: August 07, 2014, 01:16:11 AM »
I've never written anything sneezy for this site before.  Eep!  I hope you guys like this.  It would mean a lot to me if you read and commented. ;D  I think reading and responding to someone's writing is even more meaningful than just looking at a drawing and commenting.  And, it's even fewer than 500 words and won't take long to read.
Constructive criticism is always welcome!  Though I don't think I messed up anything too badly.
Well, here goes!

   It can take a girl absolutely forever to prepare herself for a date, and Lily Amelia Preston was no exception.

   The red tricolor Australian Shepherd looked herself over in the mirror as she brushed her wavy, dark brown hair.  She really did think she was pretty.  She wore a lavender, laced blouse and a stunning royal blue skirt that fell to her sandalled feet.  Atop her head was a sky-colored headband with white polka dots -- her favorite -- to bring out her lovely blue eyes.

   Then she felt the tiniest prick of a tickle somewhere within her nose.  Had the maid swept the bedrooms earlier?  It was possible that small, lingering particles of dust could still be in flight.

   Lily paused, her eyelids fluttering shut, her whiskers twitching delicately with anticipation.
   "C'mon," she whispered, urging the sneeze along, hitching voluntarily.  But soon enough she felt lightheaded from breathing in that manner, and the tickle still had yet to pass her control.  This was unusual for a nose like Lily Preston's.

   "I better get this sneeze out of my system before Alexander arrives," she sighed, heading to the kitchen.

   A few minutes and one tentative sniff later, there she was sitting on the kitchen floor with a tissue box next to her and some pepper on her paw and even more pepper up her snout, her snout which itched and burned and felt fiery as hell, until she closed her eyes and gave a sharp gasp and suddenly snapped forward with a messy sneeze:  "Heehhh'ishhhieww!!"

   Lily had sneezed before in her life time, and she had used pepper before in her life time, but she had never used pepper to make herself sneeze before in her life time.  She was inexperienced.  She had inhaled too deeply, too much.  The myriad of pepper specks that garlanded the walls of her nose was far from an insignificance for her sensitive sinuses.

   She grabbed another tissue, choking on the burn.  "Esshieww!  K'sshhhoo!!"  She coughed desperately and panted.

   Then her phone buzzed.  The doorbell rang.  Lily gasped.  "Alex must be heh-heerrre--hehh! K'shhu!!"
   She pressed a tissue to her nose, grabbed her purse, and ran to the door.  "Coming!"

   Does she look okay?  Does she have what she needs in her bag?  As she opened the door to greet Alex, she remembered packing the necessities:  her wallet, inhaler, EpiPen, and of course a small pack of tissues, just in case she --

   She sniffled and moved her arm from her nose before looking up at Alex, a handsome German Shepherd who at this moment looked down at his girlfriend with an amused grin on his face.
   "Ah, Lily.  Nice to see you, too."

Unarchived Stories / Re: [F+M; Feline and Elephant] The Gig Is Up
« on: August 06, 2014, 04:08:49 PM »
I remember you talking about how you wanted to write this story.  Glad you followed through with it! ;D Nice job here!!

I know I'm a year late, but
tickling can bring about world peace.

General Chatter / Re: SnEZ Ref: Favortie Sneezing Species? Ver.4
« on: July 28, 2014, 02:56:54 PM »
I'm glad you didn't split the candid and feline categories, because that would've made this sooo hard. xD

I voted for canids and felines, just because I draw them most often, but honestly I can enjoy any kind of sneezy animal depending on other aspects.

General Chatter / Re: SnEZ Ref: Favorite Aspects of a Sneeze? Ver.4
« on: July 28, 2014, 02:53:31 PM »
I think my ABSOLUTE favorite has to be hitching.  Gosh, the suspense! xD
Orrrr maybe nose twitching/wiggling?  Or the object entering the nose.  Or sneeze-talk.
Yeah, basically a lot of everything.

General Chatter / Which do you prefer? Colds or Allergies?
« on: July 26, 2014, 01:01:17 AM »
The impossible question of the day.  ;D
We discussed this briefly over chat several months ago, but I don't think anybody ever made a poll.  I was curious.

I have to say I, personally, am more partial to a character being sick than being allergic to something.  Of course allergies are awesome to work with, particularly in visual art, but when I really give this question a thought I know I prefer colds, because colds go hand-in-hand with some of my other favorite non-sneeze turn-ons: coughing, wheezing, shivering, cold weather, hunger, sleepiness, dizziness...  I could go on.
A character with a cold is more needy than one with allergies.  And neediness is something I really like in a plot.

TL;DR: I like anything that makes a character sneeze, but I prefer colds slightly more because the other symptoms particular to sickness really put the icing on the cake for me.

But I know we're all different.  So, what's your answer?

I'm New Here / Re: Hiya!
« on: July 14, 2014, 11:35:12 PM »
We're happy you're here. c:

General Chatter / Re: Adult stories versus Clean stories
« on: July 10, 2014, 10:39:28 PM »
One thing I don't really see much of around here is stories involving any form of fantasy/magic. . . . I like seeing creative approaches. :D

I have a few fantasy/magic ideas if you want to hear them, FS. o:

General Furry Stuff / Re: Possible New Character? (maybe sneezy)
« on: July 10, 2014, 10:33:33 PM »
Strikes me as a male for some reason. :)

That's probably because she doesn't have breasts or hair. ;P  I originally was planning to draw a male, actually.  But then I added eyelashes. xD

General Chatter / Re: Adult stories versus Clean stories
« on: July 06, 2014, 06:32:25 PM »
I prefer cleaner stories.  Maybe it's because I'm still fairly young, but I also do like to preserve the "innocence" of sneezing.  Does that make sense?

General Chatter / Re: Making a fur sneeze, or a being made to sneeze?
« on: July 06, 2014, 06:29:58 PM »
Hehe, it's funny how so many people like both. ;P

General Furry Stuff / Possible New Character? (maybe sneezy)
« on: July 05, 2014, 02:36:47 AM »
I drew this anthro white tiger a few days ago.  Very cartoony. :P  I'm thinking maybe I'll make her a character and involve her in a few sneezy pictures.  Any ideas for allergies, sensitivities, personality, traits, etc.?  She could use a name, too.
((Basically, do all the development work for me. xDDDD jk))

General Furry Stuff / Re: Fictional Furrycon Panel Names
« on: July 05, 2014, 02:23:18 AM »
"Managing your Macro" is my favorite. xD  Actually, maybe "Fun with Paprika."  Omg actually they all sound amazing

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