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Subject:Hi! I'm A Candiru!
Time:03:04 pm

I'd just like to officially introduce myself to this community. I've been repeatedly snubbed by 'otherkin' communities because I'm not 'fae', or cute to look at. Personally, I think those otherkin weirdos are just delusional, and have not yet reached the stage of discovering the joys of cutting communities. But i'm glad that i'm accepted here, and thank you to hardvice for helping me discover my inner slimie! *sloppy kisses*

Here's a little something about me, taken from my

When candirus parasitize humans, it is usually only when they are skinny-dipping while urinating in the water. The candiru tastes the urine stream and follows it back to the human. It then swims up the anus and lodges itself somewhere in the urinary tract with its spines. Blood is drawn, and the candiru gorges itself on both the blood and body tissue, its body sometimes expanding due to the amount of blood. This is all said to be very painful for the poor person who has this happen to him or her. Unfortunately, they are almost impossible to remove due to the spines. Amputation of the private areas is the cheapest, and most life-changing, way to remove the fish. Actual surgery is extremely expensive and involves inserting the Xagua plant and the Buitach apple up the urethra. These two plants kill and even dissolve the parasitic fish. If surgery is not done in time, the blockage of the urinary tract will prove fatal. The candiru is the only known vertebrate to parasitize humans

All I can say is that those otherkin freaks better not take a dump in MY river!

And here's a picture of me being removed from an anus...i'm kinda cheeky like that *winks*;

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