Finally posted this here.
Reddit’s shitty admins found the account I posted the individual comments on and banned me again.
They really keep a childish vendetta against people for saying the word “retard”.
Finally posted this here.
Reddit’s shitty admins found the account I posted the individual comments on and banned me again.
They really keep a childish vendetta against people for saying the word “retard”.
Note: I write fantasy based stories
For fun why not
Fluffy Headcanons I have (that aren’t put into their own sections (check my reddit for said Headcanons)
Fluffies, due to their survival instincts, often go Smarty even under care of owners.
Sea Fluffies, as opposed to normal Fluffies, are much more docile, and as a result, enter states of being a Smarty less often, even if they are in immediate danger.
According to various people, Fluffy Meat is more akin towards Chicken than Horse Meat due to the DNA Fluffies have. Paradoxically, Pegasi often taste more like actual Horses.
Due to an incident involving a different species, Fluffies may occasionally bear a Green and Red pair of eyes, and their hearts replaced by a gem. Removal of said gem does not kill the fluffy, but crushing it will.
Fluffies can understand Fluffy Talk from other Fluffies, but not from humans (in which case it’ll sound more like gibberish)
Alicorn Fluffies are cared only by other Fluffies if they do happen to be a herd leader. More often than not, these herds are more successful.
Fluffies, while within a Smarty State, are very easy to startle via sounds not commonly heard, nor violent sights not commonly seen.
Due to bad stereotypes, Green Fluffies are often despised due to a few lighting rooms causing their fur to become hazardous to look at towards other Fluffies.
Fluffies can be raised to admire being a pet, or being a Battle Fluffy, but maintaining balance between the two often drives a Fluffy into a state of confused panic.
Fluffies can tell the difference between Good Poopies and Bad Poopies, but not Good Pees and Bad Pees, and are often taught to learn this.
Despite the filth caused by a Sea Fluffy, it is hazardous to apply a self-cleaning device if the Sea Fluffy is a foal.
True - “Sick watew” happens quite a fair bit. However, it is quite painful for the fluffy that is puking.
False, mostly. - Fluffies don’t care what you get, as long as they’re sated about it.
False…to an extent. - Kuzco Fluffies can count, but Satyrs don’t exist, due to the lack of monkey/human DNA
True. - Granted, My term for smarty is “Simply trying to survive”, so being an asshole likely isn’t going to happen, unless they become a Hellgremlin.
True at the start, but with the slowly rising conditions that changed Smarty Syndromes, darker-colored fluffies began to be more valued, particularly towards fluffy herds more so than humans. It is still possible for people to care for darker-colored fluffies despite this
False - Unless the fluffy’s doomed to die or undergoing a condition like Hallowed Heart, Fluffy Mothers will still care for their babbehs regardless.
False - All Fluffies can have this, but Alicorns have this less.
True to some extent, but false in Russia.
True - Pairs up with 9.
Very much true - Most breeders are taught of this first and foremost before actually working.
True, but if the offer of adopting other fluffies is present, they will relax about it.
True…unless the land Fluffy happens to be a Bowl Fluffy
False - mostly due to 85% of all Fluffies not having this limiter. Despite that, they’ll refrain from using such words unless needed.
Oh so Very Much false.
Also true - Due to the lack of general danger, the survival instinctive of Fluffies are generally dormant if there is a “Bestest Babbeh” around. Less so if the fluffy came from a herd, where they are able to maintain balancing on edge.
False, unless the Fluffy happens to be in it’s Smarty state, and even then.
True - Although fruits and veggies may substitute.
Fluffies can vomit
True, on occasion. But generally in my headcanon fluffies have a fast-acting digestive system that quickly and inefficiently processes food into waste, so they’re far less likely to actually have something in their stomach to throw up unless they’ve just eaten.
Fluffies always pick Hasbio
False. Early generations of fluffies may have had this quirk, but a variety of factors resulted in this very specific feature being lost quickly. Additionally, IMHC, Hasbio was held legally responsible for property damage caused by fluffies (as the drawback of them being ruled biotoys rather than living beings), and was ultimately liquidated and replaced by a series of other companies vying to fill the vacuum they left in the market. This is part of the way I justify how fluffies have become such a major commercial force: Numerous corporations saw a prize opportunity to grab the fluffy market by the speciaw wumps, and simultaneously launched new branches or repurposed themselves in a rush to replace Hasbio as the ubiquitous Fluffy brand, resulting in a market absolutely saturated with competition, and leaving many of these companies trying to out-do one another in an effort to seize the market and justify their investments and losses. Also why fluffies and their products are typically so cheap, as they keep trying to undercut one another in a bid for more business.
Fluffy satyrs exist
Alicorns are bigger
False. Similar to #2, this, along with having greater intellect, may have been true in early generations, but given how prized alicorns are in breeding programs rather than the more selective breeding other fluffies may have been subject to, most of these traits have been diluted to the average.
Smawty Friends are likely benevolent.
False. The designation of smarty friend means that particular fluffy believes the smarty to be kind and friendly. But fluffies are not the smartest bunch. At the least it means either they haven’t been with the herd long, or the smarty has just enough brains to justify its actions rather than openly acting as an entitled tyrant. Well-intentioned smarties exist, and they are typically those that have the position thrust on them out of necessity rather than seeking it, but being called a smarty friend is a reflection of the opinions of the fluffy calling them that, not an indicator of how good a leader they are. For example, the equally entitled and spoiled mares of a tyrant will refer to them as smarty friend while the less favored members of the herd do not.
Bad colours are a reflection of the original target demographic.
False. IMHC this is a learned behavior that developed organically, because fluffies with ‘good colours’ are more likely to be perceived favorably by humans. Naturally the fluffies themselves are not smart enough to understand the origins of this behavior, but it arose because less ‘pretty’ fluffies were more likely to provoke abuse rather than pity, which would lead to the herd recognizing the pattern and shunning them to increase their chances of successfully begging for food or a home. IMHC this is a trait typically passed down by the prejudice of the parents, not something they are programmed for, and while a large percentage of the fluffy population have it, it can be challenged or changed in foals with careful discipline from a caring owner. Once a fluffy reaches maturity, however, they are likely set in their ways sufficiently that changing this prejudice is extremely difficult.
Foals can be rejected by their mothers for minor defects.
Partially true. This operates similarly to #7 in that it’s a learned behavior passed down, not an innate quality. It is subject to more variety however based on the fluffy in question, their circumstances, and the nature of the defects. A mare in the wild, for example, will be much more likely to reject a fluffy with deformed legs than a house-fluffy living a comfortable life, because on some level they recognize the baby is less likely to be able to forage and flee, and the herd slowing down to accommodate it endangers the group. They are not capable of understanding or expressing such complex ideas for the most part, though, so this knowledge typically manifests as a vague dislike/rejection/favoritism. As a general rule house-fluffies that have lived in comfort and never experienced the hardships of the wilds or streets will be far less likely to reject a foal over minor physical disabilities.
On the other side of the coin, however, those same house-fluffies, particularly those that are spoiled or entitled, will be more likely to reject a foal with aesthetic rather than functional defects, where wild fluffies would tolerate an ‘ugly’ baby that has full mobility and isn’t a burden on the herd. That baby may face some discrimination, but not outright rejection over its looks.
Naturally there is also some cross-over, as again, it’s a learned behavior, and some house-fluffies end up homeless while some ferals get adopted. Stallions, for the most part, tend to trust the Mare’s judgement and follow her lead in such matters, but this also means it’s easier to change their minds. For example, you’re much more likely to convince a house-stallion his ‘poopie babbeh’ is a good baby that deserves equal treatment than you are the mare, provided you remove him from her influence.
Alicorns are more likely to develop mental issues.
False. Again, IMHC Alicorn intellect is a trait that’s been diluted over the course of successive generations and indiscriminate breeding, though occasionally throwbacks do emerge, both alicorns and regular fluffies with Alicorn ancestors. Either way, I take a lot of inspiration from my Border Collie puppy when writing about them. A smart animal is still an animal (Even if it’s a cheeky one that loves to steal my socks and make me run after him when I refuse to play the ‘chase’ games he wants me to). Their intellect typically manifests in better pattern recognition, unconventional solutions to problems, and a better ability to ‘read’ their owners and at times anticipate them. But they are still biotoys programmed with the capacity for speech, and an innate understanding of spoken language =/= the ability to actually grasp complex concepts.
Fluffies don’t know the difference between sketti and ramen.
True. With the exception of particularly spoiled fluffies, anything ‘close enough’ to sketti is sketti, as far as they’re concerned.
Fluffies can experience the uncanny valley.
True, but not visually as humans do. IMHC smell is as important a sense to fluffies as sight, and their limited intellect makes them easily fooled by dolls and the like at a distance. They are far more likely to get a sense of ‘wrongness’ from a doll that doesn’t smell like a fluffy, or another fluffy that smells wrong.
Not all pillowfluffs are abuse survivors.
False. There is a number of pillowfluffs that needed amputation for legitimate medical reasons, but the percentage is far lower than 30%, and most of those are likely to retain at least one or two legs. The vast majority of pillowfluffs are the victims of either intentional or unintentional abuse, pillowed by an abuser, or by an owner that genuinely believed it was a good choice.
Fluffy breeders vomit when seeing their fluffies mate for the first time.
False. If you see a dog humping another dog, do you throw up? Also many breeders feel comfortable allowing their fluffies to breed unsupervised—between how weak fluffies are and the safety programming designed to make them ideal pets, there’s little risk of harm, at least in a fluffy-proof environment like a safe room. Births are when they need to supervise for safety reasons, not conceptions.
Mares will be overprotective of their last baby.
True, though the severity varies depending on the fluffy and situation. An abuse survivor will be extremely overprotective of their last baby. A fluffy who’s litter mostly died due to birth complications, on the other hand, will display only minimal overprotectiveness, being at much greater risk of depression-induced neglect if they blame themselves for the loss of their children. Most fall somewhere in the middle.
Mares are more popular than stallions.
False. If anything the opposite is true, stallions are more likely to be adopted due to the lack of concerns like unwanted babies and the personality defects a pregnancy can cause in a mare.
Sea fluffy + Fluffy = Regular Fluffy.
True, though I’ve little interest in sea fluffies. Successful conception rates would also be far lower.
Fluffies are used as substitutes for more expensive animals.
False. Fluffies are not a low-maintenance pet. While the rare ignorant or abusive owner may do this, the vast majority do not consider them viable alternatives. Particularly not after their daughter tries to ride the first one.
Fluffy vocabulary omits certain words.
True. IMHC Fluffy speech is pre-programmed, though they can be taught new words with time and patience. Naturally this vocabulary is subject to the same saccharine ‘ethics’ concerns any corporate product is, and omits a wide variety of controversial topics that might have reflected badly on Hasbio. Many of these words/topics will trigger a pre-programmed ‘panic’ response, as a built-in safeguard to prevent someone teaching their fluffy slurs and then uploading a video to instagram. Often this response takes the form of an admonishment of ‘bad wordies’, though continually and deliberately triggering it may result in extreme emotional distress. A few more discerning abusers have found this corporate safeguard an amusing tool and toy alike.
Only 25% of ferals live to adulthood.
True. The average litter size IMHC is 6, so if one or two make it to adulthood, that’s sufficient to maintain the population.
Not a widdle babbeh anymore.
True. Despite the reality being false, ironically enough. IMHC ‘Am onwy widdle babbeh’ is a pre-programmed infant behavior like the ‘bad wordies’ response, triggered when a foal experiences feelings of confusion. A foal using it outside of trauma or abuse situations typically means it is genuinely confused and hasn’t been fully or correctly trained. That doesn’t stop people expecting more of the animal than it is capable of, because they perceive them as being smarter than they are because of their capacity for speech. Using the litterbox correctly once or twice is not enough to properly condition a foal, and just like any animal, they require clear consistent training to fully understand what is expected of them and make the connection.
Bestest babbehs aren’t always smarties.
True, especially with human intervention. IMHC smarty syndrome develops due to feelings of self-importance and superiority. Being spoiled as a best baby can certainly instill this attitude, especially if the foal sees the needs of others neglected in favor of its own. Poor training and owners who don’t use appropriate discipline can also cause this. But on its own, being a best baby is not a guarantee of the onset of smarty syndrome, merely a large contributing factor, and one that can be mitigated if handled correctly.
Fluffies die from being jumpscared.
False. They are skittish and prone to panic easily, but IMHC they don’t suffer heart attacks from sudden scares. They are more likely to try to flee and bump into something or fall off something that injures them. They are just as likely to shit themselves and safely shiver in terror on the spot.
Fluffy kibble contains most of the nutrients a fluffy needs.
False. It contains all the nutrients they need, and a fluffy can easily subsist on a kibble-only diet, though depending on their expectations and upbringing they may not find the taste satisfying. There are various makes and grades of kibble available, but they differ mainly in texture and taste, not in nutritional content. IMHC a side-effect of the various companies trying to undercut one another to seize the fluffy market following Hasbio’s liquidation is that several of the larger corporations were able to lobby for tight legal restrictions on kibble nutritional quality control for ‘health and moral’ concerns, a move designed to block potential competition and make it harder for smaller businesses to compete with their prices. The realistic result is that low-grade kibble still contains all the required nutritional content while corners are cut elsewhere, with some being so hard that fluffies damage their soft, delicate teeth trying to chew it—though these still sell reasonably well with the abuser demographic, being both more affordable than softer brands and more satisfying for the abuser.
Get ready for some LONG-winded explanations, headcanons are my jam.
1: True. Fluffies have enough DNA from other species to not be related much to horses. They are capable of vomiting, be it through illness, fear, disgust or otherwise.
2: False. Hasbio may have made fluffies, but they had no way of engineering their personalities. A fluffy’s taste and brand choice varies by individual.
3: Honestly, I can’t decide with this one. I think it varies from story to story with me. I like the idea, though!
4: False. Like humans, their genital size/shape varies by individual, not breed.
5: True! In my headcanon, most herd leaders are not tyrannical and lead with the best intentions in mind. Corrupt leaders have the tendency to be overthrown; My fluffies are smart enough to notice there’s more of them than there are of the smarty.
6: True. This was also an added cuteness factor for Hasbio, so the chirping was an extra bonus they left in.
7: False. While fluffies are sometimes favored for fur color by humans, most fluffies couldn’t care less about fur color. Fur color judgment is almost entirely a human thing. In my headcanon, the ‘poopie babbeh’ thing does not exist. If a bad parent dislikes a foal for their fur color, it may be because the foal reminds them of past trauma. Or it’s the parent’s least favorite color and they’re not fit to be a parent.
8: False. My fluffies are the kind that don’t ditch the disabled, and instead choose to accommodate them in any way they can. If a mother is unable to take care of a certain foal (Be they disabled or not) she will try her best to find a surrogate parent for them instead of abandoning them. If a mother rejects a disabled foal and she had the proper resources to care for all her babies, she is looked down upon by other fluffies.
9: False. My alicorns aren’t any more intelligent than other breeds. Mental health problems come from trauma and preexisting conditions. No matter what breed the fluffy is, they can develop mental illness if traumatized or abused.
10: I never really thought about this one since the spaghetti thing is kinda irrelevant to me, so I’m undecided. (I am hungry for spaghetti now though, lol)
11: Both true and false. They can get the ‘uncanny valley’ thing, but they can verbalize their discomfort. “Fwuffy’s doww nu wook wight… Too much wike awive fwuffy.”
12: False, I’m not sure about the 30% as I don’t know how common that would be. (I tend to base my fluffies off of humans, and as far as I know people born completely without limbs is pretty rare.) Fluffies are sometimes born without limbs, with extra limbs, etc. It’s not as common as 30%, though.
13: True. Breeders have to keep an eye on their breeding stock to make sure they treat each other right. However, fluffy mating isn’t messy enough to cause extreme disgust or vomiting.
14: This depends on the fluffy. If the fluffy has lost all but one to predators, disasters or abusers, then the parents will absolutely be overprotective of their last baby. However if the fluffy’s foals have been adopted to loving homes, the parent will be completely normal with their foal, albeit a bit more attached.
15: False. Both mares and stallions tend to be pretty well-behaved, so there tends to be no real discrepancy in how either is treated.
16: False. Sea fluffies and normal fluffies are entirely different species, and cannot successfully birthe offspring. It would be like a fox attempting to mate with a wolf. They are both of the same family (canid) but are different species.
17: True; This idea is funny as hell.
18: True. While fluffies that have a smarty complex are capable of swearing, most fluffies can’t swear. But their ‘Never Say This’ list has some missed terms. ‘DILF’, ‘MILF’, ‘mommy milkers’ and strangely enough; ‘Twat’.
19: False. My fluffies are more intelligent, so they often-times survive to adulthood.
20: Unsure! This may depend on what the fluffy is trying to get out of. If a foal is litter trained, then having an accident or refusing to use a litterbox is not excused by this phrase. However, if a young fluffy makes a nonsensical mistake or acts babyish (Wanting milk, hoof suckling, etc.) they may either believe themselves to still be a foal or they’re an age regressor.
21: True! While it makes them more vulnerable to developing a ‘smarty complex’, it does not always turn them into a spoiled, entitled brat. Oftentimes, ‘bestest babbehs’ understand that their parents are being unfair. They may use this favoritism to their advantage by asking the parents to feed the less-favored foals more often.
22: This depends on whether the fluffy has a heart condition. If not, then it is unlikely for a fluffy to die of fright unless they are related to stress-death animals like rabbits or chickens.
23: If it’s good-quality, then yes. Crappy quality kibble is low-nutrient and low-price, but full of (fake) flavor and possibly addictive. It’s like fluffy junk food.
Threads a year old but fuck it, imma answer anyway. Here are my headcanons based onnthese examples:
1- True. Fluffies will often throw up harmful or expired foods to avoid sickness. Even at the risk of starvation
2- False. While fluffies certainly like shiny and colourful designs a lot actually prefer long lasting products. Some smarter fluffs can actually tell if a product is poor quality.
3- Fuck no.
4- False. Endowment is a case-by-case basis. Race has no connection.
5- False. Smarty and Smarty Friend are terms both used by fluffies and humans. It depends on who’s saying it. Thats not to say good smarties dont exist however.
6- False. While bird DNA is present. The chirping was a deliberate design choice to boost the cuteness of Foals. It was very successful.
7- False. Fluffies were created to appeal to a wider audience than just young girls. Its true that colourful fluffies are prefered by younger owners, owners with “high standards” and even other fluffies. dull coloured fluffies are rather popular with older and more casual owners.
8- True. Fluffies have a tendency to weed out “bad babbehs” as a form of quality control. They believe making bad babies makes them bad fluffies. So they get rid of them. But with training and guidance, they can accept them.
9- False. I don’t have a good explanation, so i’ll not elaborate further.
10- False. Fluffies don’t fuck around when it comes to sketties. While they would certainly enjoy some instant ramen. Proper Spaghetti trumps all.
11- this ones mixed… Fluffies wouldn’t be made uneasy by a doll alone. However, they’d start getting paranoid if it moved to a place they didnt put it. This is an easy way to fuck with your fluffy for some laughs.
12- True-ish. Most pillows are a result of abuse, but accidents have happened that required the amputation of ones legs. The heavy sense of loss still remains.
13- True. In stores and shelters, mares and stallions are kept seperate and must be supervised to avoid potential injury. Most employees realize its part of the job and dont vomit though.
14- True True VERY TRUE. Mares that have only 1 baby are extremely protective, especially if her other foals have previously died.
15- False. Stallions are actually more likely to be adopted due to mating habits. If a Stallion is randy, he’l just hump a pillow. But if a mare is… she’ll whine about wanting babies.
16- Never gave this much thought… so true i suppose.
17- False. Fluffies are much too different from other animals to act as proper substitutes.
18- False. Fluffies can be taught any simple word. Including curses like “Fuck” “Shit” and even “Cunt”. But will refrain from doing so if their owner forbids it.
19- True-ish. The number of ferals in my headcanon is low due to “Fluffy wranglers”. Theyre like animal control, but they specialize in capturing and relocating feral fluffies. But yes, ferals that evade capture don’t last long.
20- True. No other explanation.
21- True. While bestest babies can get a bit of an ego, they’re not always destined to become dickhead smarties.
22- False. Fluffies are more likely to do “Scaredy Poopies” than have a heart attack.
23- True-ish. There are “Tiers” to kibble. Cheap kibble doesnt have a lot of nutrients and is 70% sawdust. But it will keep your fluffy alive. More expensive kibble has all the nutrients a fluffy needs and then some. Guaranteeing a happy, healthy fluffy.
Aight thats it. Thanks for the questions! I had fun writing this all out!
2 never seen that befor, but might be possibly a thing
3 no but i do imagine anthros not as tall as humans but like shortstacks getting no taller tgen 3ft,can be 3ft wide too XD
4 gona say the reason the other 3 breeds hate alicorn s is cause there super good at sex both male and females so yes
5 honestly depends there are differences between a smarty and a smatie
7 depends on what cannon you go by , in some browns are the superior genetically
8 thats just nature, humans are the only ones to give chances
12 yes , it happens
13 you can…you don’t have to but you can
14 a little paranoia is healthy
15 more then likely given some people “love” the fluff
16 thats just diddy and dixie kong XD
17 must be a biiiig fluff to be mimicking a small dog or a actual little pony
18 gona say no , there more like toddlers you have to kinda whatch what you say around them
19 reality be harsh
20 meh the methods vary
21 yes sometimes a best can mean the best helper or in extremely rare occasions selflessness
22 maybe then again who don’t
23 depends on the kibble type
I am planning on writing something describing my own headcannon, as if it were someone cataloging their own research and observations.
If I wrote any lore regarding Fluffies, here’s how it’ll go down:
1: True, considering they’re genetic chimeras in the form of a horse. Whether they be Earties, Unicorns, Pegasi or Alicorns, they can puke despite horses being literally incapable of doing so.
2: True, without a fraggin’ doubt. A test study shows that more Fluffies would choose Hasbio-branded products over their 3rd party counterparts, even if said Hasbio-branded product consists of a cardboard box in the shape of a TV.
4: Semi-True, however, cases like this are very rare. Sometimes, even stallions of other types would attack them.
5: True, some Smarty Friends have a better chance of surviving outdoors, aside from being designed as a toy, than any Fluffy herd with an entitled Smarty at the helm.
6: True, I kinda imagine songbird DNA being used as such.
7: True, mileage may vary on whoever purchases them as a pet.
8: True, sometimes, depending on the Fluffy’s living situation, leaving them to die or killing them.
9: False, while considerably smarter than any Fluffy of any given type, they’re still preprogrammed with their base program of being a kids’ toy as opposed to being a living and breathing animal.
10: True, most of the time, but some Fluffies have figured out the sketti ruse.
11: Semi-true, though it’s quite uncommon.
12: True, though some are sold as “special needs”.
13: True, though that depends on the breeder in question. Mating can get really ugly if left unchecked.
14: True, again, varies on the mother/last foal pair in question. Others guard with the foal with her life while others would happily give it away for more.
15: False, though Stallions do have a 10 to 12% reduction in adoption rates opposed to mares.
16: Dunno how to answer this one, since Sea-Fluffs are non-existant, no one wants another environmental hazard.
17: 50/50, some use them as collectors’ items while some abusers can used them as work animals.
18: True, sometimes Fluffies can pick up words they really shouldn’t.
19: False, rates are much lower, since Fluffies aren’t designed to survive life outside a home.
20: True, even some hugboxers agree to this. Sometimes, even some Fluffy foals tell their immature siblings to stop with the excuse.
21: True, though the odds of a bestesh babbeh turning to a Smarty are 85-15.
22. False, they may be fragile little shits, but not that fragile.
2 is tricky. With the right amount of persuasion and rapport with your fluffy (at least in my headcanon), your fluffy will consider your input, knowing that you ultimately have the final say. Having said that, it’s a bit of a yes and no.
3: Fuck no, thank god.
4: I never considered that until now, but…a very hesitant true…
5: Very true. In “A Copper Foal In A White Winter”, Copper’s Smarty Friend was actually a really cool fluffy, actually contributing to the survival of the herd. (Spoilers will be avoided)
6: True. In my head canon, they grow out of that phase after the 2nd week of life, around the same time their ears perk up and their eyes open.
7: Same as 2, true and false. While it is true that fluffies were primarily marketed towards girls in that age group, there was a contingency plan in the off chance boys grow to like fluffies as well. Colors such as Hot Rod Red or GI Joe Green were very popular among boys age 8-11, around 75% satisfaction rating according to most Hasbio Focus Groups.
8: False. It all depends on the owner. With the right amount of training and discipline, a mare will come to love ALL foals. Now again, that’s on a case-by-case basis. Some margin for error.
9: I have never considered that, but it is a very good possibilty. True.
10: False. Hasbio had it hardwired into their brains the exact recipe for spaghetti so it has to be the real deal. With persuasion and training, a fluffy can acquire new tastes for different pasta.
11: True. That doll would make ANYONE feel uncomfortable, let alone a fluffy.
12: Very true.
13: A very hesitant true. As mentioned, it is for security reasons. It’s not like the breeders have to look directly at it or beat their meat to it. Their job at the end of the day is to monitor the breeding and ensure nothing bad happens.
14: As previously stated, it’s on a case-by-case basis. In my particular headcanon, mares in homes are able to recognize credible threats to their last foal and plan accordingly. A rubber ducky is of no consequence.
15: False. Sales reports from the Fluffy 3-in-1 report that adoptions are evenly split between 49% for mares and 51% for stallions.
16: True. What are the odds of that happening? It is EXTREMELY rare for a sea fluffy and a regular fluffy to mate, let alone make a surviving brood.
18: True, though 9 times out of 10, the odds of a fluffy saying a mature term without adverse consequences are very rare. A majority of the time, it’s just out of confusion.
19: True. Ask Jack Crawford at the Fluffy 3-in-1, he’s seen it happen.
20: Very true. Only way they’ll learn.
21: VERY TRUE! Just because there’s one bad egg doesn’t mean the rest of the bunch are the same way.
22: True. They are not equipped to handle that kind of shock, but it’s on a case-by-case basis. Err with a side of caution.
23: Very true, especially if you get your kibble from reputable manufacturers. Hasbio had struck a contract with Purina in the past to produce a healthy food source for their fluffies.
True, they can certainly vomit.
False. They will believe almost anything they are told when it comes to the quality of products, toys, etc. so no, it just depends what they are told. Advertisements are very effective regardless.
False, all fluffies have tiny dicks
Generally true, though it’s very easy to manipulate a fluffy.
Idk. That’s a decent explanation
True, but I figured more like 5-9
True, they will even eat shoelaces, thread, bite electrical wires etc. because they are spaghetti shaped enough
False, I’d say more like 50%. Fluffies are extremely accident prone, stupid, and frail.
False, most would laugh before vomiting I think.
True, but once the last baby does die, they get over as soon as they realize they can just make more.
False, my headcanon is that all of the foals from a seafluffy and regular fluffy breeding will have gills and regular legs, or no gills and flippers, making their lives horrible and short.
False, unless by sometimes you mean 0.01% of the time
false, more like 10% of feral foals make it to adulthood.