Higgs Raccoon tagged the article and noted: "This term seems like a neologism not in common usage within the fandom." I feel that while this is true, the term is not insignificant. Consider that stubs about members of the furry fandom abound; even people who contribute nothing more to the fandom than social interaction with friends. If those articles are allowed, I believe a term that is used by arguably dozens of furries ought to be worthy of mention as well, even though it has not (yet?) been adapted into common use.
Potentially a practical comparison: Looner (regarded in the article as "uncommon in furry")
- Keep. skippyfox
- My question; is there any evidence of use beyond those trying to coin a new term? If there is, please provide a link. Provisional Delete, but will modify it if usage is shown. --Rat 23:59, 4 February 2008 (UTC)
- I agree with Rat. Unless there's actual evidence of use aside from trying to coin a new word, I don't feel it belongs here. Also, doing a Google blog search and a Google search for the words "tiggycat" and "boxed", fails to turn up anything useful, other than references to "Tiggycat's box", which is his LJ. --Douglas Muth 15:54, 18 February 2008 (UTC)
- In addition to the above, I don't get the impression that the term has particular relevance to furry, whether or not a furry came up with it. -- Sine 20:07, 18 February 2008 (UTC)