Dylan Moran

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Dylan Moran
What It Is DVD cover

Dylan Moran is an Irish stand-up comedian, most noted for his sitcom Black Books, which he co-created, co-wrote and starred in, and was broadcast on the British network Channel 4 between 2000 and 2004.

Dylan Mora and furry[edit]

In his stand-up comedy show What It Is, performed between 2008 and 2009, Moran references furries. In the DVD release of the show which was recorded in Sydney, Australia, Moran talks about the different ways people seek pleasure. Moran talks about the dangers of people having hobbies, saying:

Dylan Moran
There was a time where people more honest about all that stuff. You know, people creep up on pleasure now in a very odd way. There's people out there called "furries". Have you heard of them? They dress up as woodland animals and they meet for tea and biscuits. I don't know if it's a sex thing. I hope so. I want to see a giant bilby fuck a giant wombat as much as the next person. But within that relationship you've got to be honest and mature. You can't say to somebody, "I need you to dress up as a bilby. This isn't working for me. They might have spent the last three-quarters of an hour shoehorning themselves into that numbat costume. You have to be respectful."[1]
Dylan Moran


  1. Dylan Moran on Furries & BDSM clip on YouTube. Posted January 1, 2011. Retrieved May 24, 2013.

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