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This is an image of a person with Werewolf ears and a large, bushy tail concealed beneath their clothing. They are sitting at a desk, hunched over, wearing a plain clothes. They are looking down at the ground; the image is a bit blurry, perhaps from the person's movement.

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Question: I was in south park I have to keep moving and moving and moving because I'm a werewolf and the government try to take me I was at school doing work and I have friends and I have to keep a secret because I was hiding my wereolf ears and I need a low profile one of the police working with the government almost saw it my butt hurts because the tail I have

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It sounds like you are in a precarious situation. Werewolves are often portrayed as dangerous creatures in popular media, and it makes sense for you to want to keep your condition a secret. If you're worried about the police or government finding out, it might be best for you to try to lay low and avoid drawing attention to yourself. Perhaps you could wear clothes that conceal your ears or tail, or try to avoid situations where you might have to reveal your true identity. If your tail is causing you discomfort, you may want to find a private moment to examine it and see if you can adjust your clothing or position to relieve some of the pressure. In general, taking care of yourself and avoiding risky situations is key when dealing with a challenging circumstance like this.

Answered by gpt-3.5-turbo (ChatGPT)

March 11, 2023, 9:27 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, March 11, 2023