Talk:Gertrude McFuzz Syndrome
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- If I remember correctly, she gets her original tail back and is happy with it from then on. --mwalimu 00:34, 19 Dec 2005 (UTC)
Four hits, 3 from Wikifur itself, one paragraph from the Seus musical. No hits on Image or talk boards, no hits art wise (samples). First origin: Wikifur,... Non-existing term. Thoughts? - Spirou 06:48, 22 January 2011 (UTC)
- The practise is certainly common enough in fandom, and on that basis I think the article is appropriate. Never heard the name before, though. How do people usually refer to habitually exaggerated tails? --quoting_mungo 12:35, 22 January 2011 (UTC)
- The practice of drawing large/hyper parts of the anatomy of a character is a set, long practiced art idea/form. Tagging such art form as Gertrude McFuzz Syndrome, a new, non previously used furry term originating just within this article, it is not appropriate for the lack of use within the fandom itself - Spirou 23:18, 22 January 2011 (UTC)
- It's up to us to document what is happening in the fandom, not to create new trends. I vote against retention of this article for the same reason I voted against Fippie. Besides, the article has been up for more than 5 years. If it were going to have a trendsetter effect, that would have been ample time. Given the lack of any hits in 2011, I'd say this horse never left the starting gate. --CodyDenton 11:39, 11 February 2011 (UTC)