A thought about werewolf stomachs:

wolf-predator-hunter-canis-lupus-39310.jpeg

I don’t remember who I was having this conversation with (but it was probably someone in the English department because that’s where I keep having these conversations) but the subject of werewolves and their eating habits came up and the person I was talking with was like “okay, but what happens to the raw meat when they turn back human”

And I didn’t even have to think about it.

Werewolves aren’t human.

They’re humanoid.

They’re always werewolves even when two-legged.

Werewolves aren’t wolves either.

Therefore, their stomachs are werewolf stomachs – not human or wolf.

So they can eat anything that humans can eat as well as anything wolves can eat.

I argue for all of the benefits and none of the drawbacks.

Trust me, I’m a werewolf expert.

Advertisements

About Zina

Zina writes about comics, nerd history, and ridiculous romance novels when not working frantically on her first collection of short stories and complaining about stuff. One day, she'll settle down and write that novel.
This entry was posted in Urban Fantasy 101 and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

1 Response to A thought about werewolf stomachs:

  1. Drake says:

    Makes sense.

    Like

Comments are closed.