What Do Female Werewolves Smell Like?

Get a little closer girls so I can smell your fur.

Get a little closer girls so I can smell your fur.

 

What do female werewolves smell like?

I don’t know. Maybe Bath and Body Works stuff. I imagine most might like some Warm Vanilla Sugar or Red. Or maybe some Cold Wet Dog body spray.

I swear to God some of the search terms that bring people to this blog are weird.

But the real question is WHAT are they (female werewolves) wearing?

Well is a beauty trend of 2016 photo I found on the Dugger/Kardasian Yahoo news page.

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Yes, the correct response is WTF. Ugly trend maybe, and that is saying it nicely. What the crap? Time for those two girls to get back into their crypt for a few years.

I had such high hopes for 2016. Sigh.

 

~ Juliette aka Vampire Maman

 

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11 thoughts on “What Do Female Werewolves Smell Like?

  1. I can’t say I have ever had the slightest curiosity about what female werewolves smell like. Oh! “Can you smell that smell?” I get some interesting search terms that seem to have nothing to do with my blog. I got a hit from someone searching for John Truitt on Google the other day. I didn’t remember ever mentioning Truitt, but then when I searched my blog for Truitt, sure enough, I had mentioned him on a blog in 2013, but still, out of all the choices for John Truitt that Google brings up, how the search ended up on my blog is strange to me. For years, the search term on Google that got people to my blogs was “Chicken Spinner”. I had done a blog with a photo of rotisserie chickens that I called a “chicken spinner”, a term one of our nephews used for a rotisserie chicken. I finally googled “Chicken Spinner”, looked on images and sure enough there was my photo that looked strange cropped in the square format of Google Images. When I looked at the definitions for “Chicken Spinner” on the urban dictionaries, it made more sense why I had so many hits from people looking for chicken spinners.

    • Oh YUCK. I’ve had some pretty disgusting search terms show up but OMG Tim that is horrible. I’ll keep the image of our nephews looking at a roasting chicken in my mind’s eye. I get a lot of people looking for “Freak Boys.” I’m not sure where that comes from. I’m sure somewhere along the way I mentioned a female werewolf and the wet dog slur.

    • I am always amazed at the ugly models that still grace fashion pages. The two pictured here also remind me of a couple of toddlers trying to give each other hair cuts. Just wrong all around. No wonder teenage girls (and adult girls) have body image issues.

  2. I would be willing to bet that a wet werewolf probably smells just like wet dog, regardless of the gender…

    I’m not sure that lipstick would’ve even been accepted back in the 80’s… and if it wasn’t strange enough for the 80’s, it will never make it at any other time…

  3. Interestingly enough, I’ve written a short story about a female Werewolf. I admit it was supposed to be a mal, but a woman friend of mine suggested it be a woman, and the story worked out much better this way!

    • Glad to hear that. Female Werewolves, along with their wild wolf counterparts, are strong and often overlooked by tellers of Werewolf lore. Thanks for dropping by.

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