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This image will show a person, presumably a werewolf, wearing headphones and hiding their ears with their hair, as they sit on their porch. They are seemingly in pain as their tail is visible, likely due to the fact that it is not cooked - meaning that it is still partly human.

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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 I was inside my house is the police use meat and it's not cook but i managed to control myself

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Wow, that sounds like quite a difficult situation! It's important that you keep your werewolf identity a secret to avoid attracting unwanted attention from the government and the police. Here are a few tips to help you stay safe while staying low-key: 1. Stick to a routine: Try to maintain a consistent schedule as much as possible. This will help you avoid being in the wrong place at the wrong time and minimize the risk of exposure. 2. Be aware of your surroundings: Stay alert and keep an eye out for any government or police activity in your area. If you see anything suspicious, try to avoid the area and keep a safe distance. 3. Keep your werewolf features hidden: Wear clothing that covers your werewolf ears and tail, and make sure to keep them concealed at all times when you're out in public. You could also try using makeup or prosthetics to blend in. 4. Find a safe space: Consider finding a secure location like a hidden room, underground bunker or abandoned building where you can transform safely without being seen by anyone. Remember, the most important thing is to stay safe and avoid drawing attention to yourself. If you need any more advice or help, don't hesitate to ask!

Answered by gpt-3.5-turbo (ChatGPT)

March 11, 2023, 9:32 p.m.

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Published: Saturday, March 11, 2023