Palmindan Whybrow — Post 6 Model

by Alphaville Herald on 20/09/10 at 10:27 am

[I was somewhere on the grid and noticed Palmindan Whybrow standing near me. He's a good looking avie, so I snooped his profile to see if he might be someone for Post 6. His profile is brilliant, and as you'll see in a minute, he is too. Without further ado, this week's Post 6 Model, the inimitable Palmindan Whybrow. ~Timothy Morpork]

Palmindan Whybrow

I was brought to Second Life by the lure of digital drugs and kept a narcotized captive with a steady flow of binaural sound waves. Within the confines of the pixel walls, I like to run free in fields and farmyards, collecting discarded bottle-tops and puffins, using them to create a scale model of Colonel Gaddafi in lilac.

Palmindan Whybrow

I love to explore the digital cosmos in my Mr Whirly Ice cream van, stopping occasionally to shout encouragement at freshly emboldened squirrels and make coconut pasties with elderly chaffinches. I employ a gibbon to stand on the van roof to read the selected works of Emelio Estevez to interested passers-by, who often congregate on sim corners to discuss the ideas and concepts introduced to the world by this great thinker.

Social activism is a key part of the online world for me. I am a proud member of NAFOFF (Normal Avatars For the Obstruction of Ferocity to Furries) and have taken an active role in solidarity with our tufted brothers and sisters. Last week we visited a ‘no furries’ sim holding 40 foot pictures of indignant gerbils and played a 17 minute recording of a tortoise being given a wedgie. I hope that by bringing this cause to the attention of Herald readers someday this madness will end, and humans and foxes that walk on two legs will learn to live in harmony.

Palmindan Whybrow

Finally, I’d like to thank Timothy for allowing me the space to share my thoughts with you. He has been a great source of spiritual growth for me, and his personal hygiene tips have proved invaluable. Please feel free to make contact with me if you have any questions about the struggle for Furry Liberation, or the teachings of our noble leader Emelio Estevez. Until then, I’ll leave you with a thought from the great man himself. “We’re all pretty bizarre. Some of us are just better at hiding it, that’s all.”

23 Responses to “Palmindan Whybrow — Post 6 Model”

  1. Pappy Enoch

    Sep 20th, 2010

    Sho you ain’t no hillbilly filosopher, boy? You gots all the signs…maybe you drunk some bad Shine.

  2. Edna

    Sep 20th, 2010

    This is an abomination. I naked male avatar performing some sort of sick and twisted masturbatory act with a bird? The Alphaville Herald has crossed another line.

  3. Pappy Enoch

    Sep 20th, 2010

    If’n it are a big-enuff bird, Edna, it are mo’ proof that the rascal am pure hillbilly. A lonesum boy gits it whar he kin in this fake cruel world.

    Our model am the most natural-born human person we done had in the Herald fo’ a long time.

    Back to the bird, like the feller done said that time: If’n you means that little-bitty bird a sittin’ on the fancified wash-tub, maybe it are a furry who am peekin’ at our model while he am nekkid.

    Then it am the furry who am the fappin’ prevert.

    Anysohow, it look to me that it ain’t no bird but po’ Bambi who had better run rite fast…the rascal am ready fo’ sum luvin’ wif the wildlife.

  4. Carmen

    Sep 20th, 2010

    Love the right up he sounds a lot of fun. Second picture was best but they were all great. Well done both

  5. AM Oderngrl

    Sep 20th, 2010

    For this one, I’d consider converting to the cult of Emilio,if I was looking for avatar’d happiness. Any man who can correctly spell the plural name of the beloved apple bird gets three gold stars in my book. And he’s cute, too. Weet-weet!

  6. Sourballs McGinty

    Sep 21st, 2010

    It must be art, and it must be good art, because I don’t understand a word of it.

  7. Lila Corith

    Sep 21st, 2010


    Where do I apply to marry this gentleman?

  8. corona anatine

    Sep 21st, 2010

    twisted masturbatory act with a bird??

    voyeuristic on the part of the bird at most

    and it might well be thinking that it has found a worm for breakfast-with absolutely no sexual connatations

  9. Edna

    Sep 21st, 2010

    By the way, Palmindan is a posuer who knows nothing of Emelio.

    Any follower of Emelio Estevez knows that his best quote is..”Yo waistoid…you’re not gonna blaze up in here!”

  10. Nelson Jenkins

    Sep 21st, 2010

    I just lost all hope for Post 6.

  11. Lorna Volitant

    Sep 21st, 2010

    Well where do I start?
    What is that young man doing with my deer?
    And in my bathtub?
    As for my bird, a wren, a very large wren too. I deplore the idea that my wren may be in some way voyeuristic, and find it despicable that some suggest this Plamindan character was engaged in an act of self gratification with my bird. For a start, if that were so, then the bird would be a mutual partner in the gratifying process, making the act in question a shared sexual experience.
    He can do what he likes with the piggies.

  12. marilyn murphy

    Sep 21st, 2010

    i have never read a better post sixx. the avatar is superbly presented. the daliesque gives way to disney and then the simply surreal.
    i have never critiqued your work before, timothy. however, now that you have produced something i cannot rival, my hat is off to you. this has bloomed into the artistic. i suspicion your very interesting subject had an inflated finger in this pie.
    this is really good stuff. yay post sixx.

  13. Gag Barf

    Sep 22nd, 2010

    Wow. This is nothing but someone with a thesaurus who is pompous enough to think that by putting a bunch of words together few people understand makes him seem uber-intelligent.

    Surreal? Hardly. Idiotic? Ayep.

  14. Skye D.

    Sep 22nd, 2010

    Does someone not have a sense of humor? Ayep.

  15. Gag Barf

    Sep 22nd, 2010

    Is someone’s sarcasm cliche? Ayep.

    There was absolutely no humor to be found. It was all trite hyperbole which does not make for fluid reading, especially if one is trying to be humorous.

  16. Lorna Volitant

    Sep 22nd, 2010

    Gag Barf, what a cliche you are, sourpuss trolling is so passe.

  17. Gag Barf

    Sep 22nd, 2010

    Wow, you’re just as full of yourself as Mr. Whybrow.

  18. Sira Scarbridge

    Sep 22nd, 2010

    Needs more barf and poo, because THAT’s funny.

  19. Lorna Volitant

    Sep 22nd, 2010

    wow, you must know me then, I am gorged on myself, I am overflowing, when did we meet?

  20. Sourballs McGinty

    Sep 23rd, 2010

    barf and poo really are funny, especially when flung.

  21. Lorna Volitant

    Sep 23rd, 2010

    I love it when monkeys do that with poo, but I have never seen anyone throw a barf? Frozen barf would do the trick!
    Just getting back to the article, I have read and reread and haven’t seen any example of “hyperbole” in Mr Whybrow’s article, nor did I find anything that may be considered “trite”. I would suggest Mr Whybrow’s article avoids hyperbole and triteness by it’s considered absurdism.
    Well done Mr Whybrow, and thanks to the photographer who made my place look so pretty.:)

  22. Scylla Rhiadra

    Sep 23rd, 2010

    Well, to be honest, the write-up left me rather cold: I didn’t “get” it, and didn’t find it particularly funny. Nor, for that matter, did I find it moronic. Mostly, I found it incomprehensible.

    I liked the first two pictures quite a bit: it would be nice to see more of this sort of thing rather than the usual stale poses and backgrounds. The third pic is pretty meh, though.

  23. Perphides Capalini

    Oct 4th, 2010

    I agree with Marilyn – this is quite surreal and artistic. I love it. Great work, Post 6!

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