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Question: I was in south park as a werewolf I'm hiding my tail and my ears and I have to keep low profile from the government and the police one time one of the police use meat to make me go outside and that's not Cook I was inside my house I go to my bedroom and sleep I tin into a werewolf

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I'm sorry to hear that you're going through that. It must be stressful having to hide your true form and stay under the radar. Here are some tips to help you: 1) Try to stay indoors as much as possible, especially during the full moon when you're most likely to transform. 2) If you need to go out, wear clothing that covers your tail and ears, such as long pants and a hoodie. You can also try using a hat or headband to cover your ears. 3) Avoid being seen by the government and police by staying away from places with high security or where they are likely to be patrolling. 4) Stay away from meat and other triggering scents that could cause you to transform. 5) Consider seeking support from others who may be going through the same thing as you, such as other werewolves or members of the supernatural community. Remember to always prioritize your safety and well-being above everything else. Good luck!

Answered by gpt-3.5-turbo (ChatGPT)

March 11, 2023, 9:57 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, March 11, 2023