technicolourunderland asked: Yo! Autistic deerkin here! I have a really good link for chewtoys, weighted blankets, lights, fidjeters, all good kinstuff/sensory toys! Try the fun and function webstore! <3- James!
Yay, doll, I’m glad!
Beyond just ‘kin stuff, it’s a really good resource for any kind of stim toy.
the-foxs-moonstone asked: Hi. I'm a fox/wolf multikin (I usually just say canine) and I love chewing things. Anything I can find to relieve my gnawing urges. Its usually pencil erasers or hoodie strings but I was wondering if you have any better, less destructive alternatives
I made a post about chew toys not too long ago! I can’t really link to things right now, but it wasn’t all that long ago, so I’m sure you can find it no problem.
Long story short, I’m autistic and was looking for things to help my chewing stim, and I found a place online called Sensory University and they sell a whole bunch of chew toys, including ones you can put on pencils, if that’s your thing.
Anonymous asked: for anyone who's looking for something akin to pearls, personally i like sixlets best. they're these really rich little balls of chocolate with a shell coating that makes them look like pearls, especially the ones colored white!
Thanks for the suggestion, dear!
hi! i’m a dragonkin and i love your blog to death. i had a suggestion for the dragonkin tag, if this hasn’t been posted in it already.
chocolate rocks are super duper delicious (a very creamy milk chocolate) for any dragon with a sweet tooth, and especially those with a craving for pebbles, rocks, or gems to crunch on with their fangs.
you can find them most anywhere i’m pretty sure, in bags or bulk in candy stores and i even saw some online on amazon.
This is perfect! thank you! -Lion
Anonymous asked: Arctic Foxkin, Here! Lately I've Been Craving Something With A Raw Meat Sort Of Substance. I've Been Eating A Lot Of Raspberries For The 'Bleeding' Effect, But I'm Craving More! Any Other Good Fruits Or Foods In General To Give That Runny/Bleeding Effect When Eaten?
Well, I’d suggest more berries! Blackberries would be really good. I’d also look into things like plums and blood oranges. We also have a blood tag you can check out!
bundere asked: A little reminder that you two are a blessing in the kin community and I wish i could cook something up for you guys for once!!!
Thank you so much, dearie, we really appreciate it. We love love love getting these happy messages in our inbox.
I can’t speak for Wolf, but I at least feel bad for not posting more. I’ve been so swamped with school! Maybe I can find a better way to work it into my routine…
Yeah I feel like total balls for not being able to post as much. Between classes, exams (currently in exam week, everyone cheer for me!), and just not having it in me. I do love you guys though <3 Y’all are da bomb (Lion is also da bomb)
Anonymous asked: hey, i recently started identifying as robot/androidkin, and i have a very bad chewing habit. ive chewed on pieces of metal and plastic for a few years (whenever i dont have gum), and i have actually ended up developing a taste for metal. since chewing actual metal is hard and can hurt sometimes, im trying to find alternatives. ive found really strong mint gum seems to work for me, but do you know of any other chewable metallic things?
I’m so glad you’ve asked, sweetie.
First, don’t chew on metal things. They’ll do some bad damage to your teeth, and you could accidentally swallow some and it’ll shred your insides, or sometimes metals can have a poisonous effect. So don’t do that.
But luckily, you came here! I’m on the autism spectrum, and I have a chewing thing, too. I used to chew on old belts- cut into little segments they worked pretty well, but they’d be destroyed too soon.
Then I found these things.
They have all kinds of different shapes and flavors and textures, they’re amazing! They even have mint and spearmint flavors!
I chose the heavy duty one for extreme biting, in a spearmint flavor, and it’s amazing. The one I’ve been chewing on has lasted for about nine months now. It’s hard enough to last and be satisfying, but soft enough to not hurt. Naturally, it’s safe to chew on.
They have a whole of of choices there, so take a look around!
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