Poor vixen, some evil person curled her tail.
We need more girls in socks.
Torture it some more.
Thats probably the most comfy looking butt I've ever seen
So…. did you know that today is a very special day?
National fox day.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0QfytQNw9w
I'll be celebrating for sure tonight ;P
A taste of your blood in exchange for a sniff of my paws?
Good deal, yes?
And since the Vulpera joined the Horde, we can all get a pretty good idea just how well humans fuck in WoW. :D
A lady's butt is a wondrous thing. The surest way to know if you're dealing with a quality woman is to sniff her butthole. Gotta sniff that butt or we don't fuck.
There's a proverb that goes, "Fox smells her own hole." Same meaning as, "He who smelt it dealt it," for all instances I've heard it used. But apparently it can also mean more broadly that whoever accuses someone of a misdeed is probably guilty of the same. I think this broader meaning is the original meaning, and hole in this usage refers to the fox's den rather than anatomy.
Of course I noticed. I just didn't find it worth mentioning.
This artist's stuff is very popular, but honestly their anthros are too human looking. Personalami often makes anime girl edits of their anthros as if they can't make up their mind. Also dickgirl edits ofc.
is a prime example of the perfect balance of human and animal features. Not too human, not too animal, juuust right.
omg always falling for the i dont have a penis see its a vagina trick.
She's cute and
Maid Marian is still the best vixen around.
I'm a sucker for cuties with glasses so I hope The Bad Guys does well
this is good but the "animation speed up" is not so good.
I bet she radiates a lot of heat. I want her under my blanket when it's cold.
I definitely get the vibe she's supposed to be peeing here
Shoes are dumb. May as well go bare.
Oh… she's lovely. Can't wait to see more of Ember the FireSmart Fox.
forest fires are sexual
Also it was AI generated by Stable Diffusion.
I actually looked in that gallery, but wasn't logged in. Whoops.>>3671568
AI art is gettin' good. Just now noticed the fingers look weird.
Danse Macabre (first performed in 1875) is the name of opus 40 by French composer Camille Saint-Saëns.
The composition is based upon a poem by Henri Cazalis, on an old French superstition:
Zig, zig, zig, Death in a cadence,
Striking with his heel a tomb,
Death at midnight plays a dance-tune,
Zig, zig, zig, on his violin.
The winter wind blows and the night is dark;
Moans are heard in the linden trees.
Through the gloom, white skeletons pass,
Running and leaping in their shrouds.
Zig, zig, zig, each one is frisking,
The bones of the dancers are heard to crack—
But hist! of a sudden they quit the round,
They push forward, they fly; the cock has crowed.
According to the ancient superstition, "Death" appears at midnight every year on Halloween. Death has the power to call forth the dead from their graves to dance for him while he plays his fiddle (represented by a solo violin with its E-string tuned to an E-flat in an example of scordatura tuning). His skeletons dance for him until the first break of dawn, when they must return to their graves until the next year.
The piece opens with a harp playing a single note, D, twelve times to signify the clock striking midnight, accompanied by soft chords from the string section. This then leads to the eerie E flat and A chords (also known as a tritone or the "Devil's chord") played by a solo violin, representing death on his fiddle. After which the main theme is heard on a solo flute and is followed by a descending scale on the solo violin. The rest of the orchestra, particularly the lower instruments of the string section, then joins in on the descending scale. The main theme and the scale is then heard throughout the various sections of the orchestra until it breaks to the solo violin and the harp playing the scale. The piece becomes more energetic and climaxes at this point; the full orchestra playing with strong dynamics.Towards the end of the piece, there is another violin solo, now modulating, which is then joined by the rest of the orchestra. The final section, a pianissimo, represents the dawn breaking and the skeletons returning to their graves.
The piece makes particular use of the xylophone in a particular theme to imitate the sounds of rattling bones. Saint-Saëns uses a similar motif in the Fossils part of his Carnival of the Animals.
Oh murr, I wish she'd pound me
with that hammer. Wait, what?