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  rattusrattus  |  18

Wifwolf. It's a wifwolf. 'Were' is the anglo-saxon word for 'man'. 'Wif' is the word for 'woman'. Therefore a female 'were'wolf would be a wifwolf.

Unless you suggest that the OP becomes a man that turns into a woman under full moon, which would be confusing for everyone involved.

  missalkali  |  8

62- that's pretty much what a werewolf is, a man who turns into a bloodsucking creature at the full moon. wolf or woman is only a minor technicality.

I'm a female, I can be sexist against women

  rattusrattus  |  18

Sure, you can be sexist. Free speech and all that. Just expect people to call you out on your bullshit. Y'know, because free speech.

Also, that was one of the most misogynistic things I've heard outside of the various arseholes of the internet. Still pretty fuckin' misogynistic.

  challan  |  19

Bit of werewolf knowledge going on... Interesting but weird. Lol
I always thought werewolf referred to both sexes, however I have heard the term shewolf. I wonder if she'd become the scariest monster out there if her period and the full moon landed on the same day...

  Unlucky_Gun  |  0

good for you mr. grammar nazi, nobody gives a crap. it's the internet, not english language class alright? you seem to have those 2 things mixed up. so screw off with your stupid english lessons and take them back to the classroom where you teach foreigners english. people like you that correct peoples grammar/spelling on the internet as if it actually matters here need to get a life

  akallaan  |  7

Actually, abbreviations, dates, and a few others can have apostrophes without showing ownership. It's a personal preference really. This is if the grammar rules haven't changed.

  stevenJB  |  25 I have a stomach cramp. Thx