A thought about werewolf stomachs:

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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.

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1 Response to A thought about werewolf stomachs:

  1. Drake says:

    Makes sense.

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