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I haven't heard anything like this before. Are you sure it isn't all in your head?
No, there are many crazy tricks that can be done once your profficient at the tail wag.
Quote from: trevorjohnson32 on 14/12/2018 21:09:06No, there are many crazy tricks that can be done once your profficient at the tail wag.Such as?
Quote from: Kryptid on 15/12/2018 05:49:42Quote from: trevorjohnson32 on 14/12/2018 21:09:06No, there are many crazy tricks that can be done once your profficient at the tail wag.Such as?reading people's gestures and controlling there behaviour through gestures of your own is kind of fun. You can see another persons tail wag while standing in public, its a very subtle gesture but one can see it even in there peripheral vision.
You can see another persons tail wag while standing in public
I don't buy it.
It's noticeable when your standing, say in a line at the store or at a diner checkout or a bar, as a gesture in the legs. Once you get your tail wagging you can pass it off to another person who might adjust his legs, then after a couple seconds adjust them again at which point your up to make a gesture back. Its all about emotion of thought and body language.
It's noticeable when...
So I've been fooling around with making gestures and wagging my tail in public since I wrote this. A few of the gestures I've noticed people naturally make when I stimulate there tail to wag are esp. moving their legs or adjusting the way they stand, shaking there leg, or this sort of jolt of tension through the waist that causes them to stand straight as if someone had just poked them in the back. I'll get back to you as I become less of a baby at this information.
How would that even work? How is anyone going to see your tailbone moving through your pants in the first place?
But when another person's tail starts to wag it is visibly noticeable as a circular motion in there entire waist.