This is what your Furry Code spells (bookmarkable link):
Generic furry: Kai norn, Humanoid, with significant furry features (muzzle, tail, etc); this includes centaurs and mer-people. This furry is just a general "alter ego", someone to draw pictures of, my online MU* character (FurryMuck etc), my role-playing game character.
I've shown one or two of my pictures to others, and they didn't actually throw up.
I've been to one.
But someday I would like to say: "I'm a regular con-goer, and I've occasionally lent a paw."
I might wear a fursuit.
I'll accept hugs, and maybe even give the occasional one.
I've got characters on several MU*s, and frequently get frustrated when commands don't work in RL.
I like them, they sit on my shelves collecting dust.
I like both, but prefer realistic furries.
I'd have to think about it carefully.
I have these scribblings but nobody is ever going to see them.
Not really interested.
Female, I've had TinySex.
I'll be first in line to get a cybernetic interface installed in my skull!; I use Windows 95/NT, Linux, and I am getting paid for it.
I've got pretty good at it; I can get through most levels easily; I've downloaded and played other WADs.
Bachelor's degree, or the equivalent.
I make an occasional reference to my furriness.
Living with one or more people who know nothing about furriness.
I have my own furry webpage, I spend most of my spare time surfing the Web, and read any newsgroup that catches my interest.
Haven't seen it, but would be interested when I get the time.
No pets currently, but I may enrich my life in the future.
Male, I've had real, live sex.
The Code of the Furries is a simple and compact way how to tell the others about your furry personality. It's similar in spirit to the Geek Code. The Furry Code consists of a series of letters, numbers and symbols, each describing you in some category. Sometimes, it's a little cryptic to the uninitiated, and here comes our little tool to help you.
This decoder has been written by Anicka (Furry Code) and Martin (Furry Code) on the Christmas of 2006. If you have any bug reports or ideas on what could be improved, please tell us. You can also download the source code. There is also a Geek Code Decoder here.