The ultimate airline experience for adult furries!
As you can probably tell by now, the concept of "YiffClass" was a rich mine of material for artwork of a risque and double-entendre nature, especially for the other contributors. Bernard's contributions centred around his race of hermaphroditic felitaurs (Chakats), and Simon introduced a couple of sub-plots involving stowaways and a platoon of fox-taurs... great fun!
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|Bernard Doove - Chakats make very good YiffClass attendants!|
|Terry Knight - There's methods of keeping the passengers behaved if they start getting frisky. There's always some though who view it as something else...|
|Terry Knight - Even putting bags into the overhead lockers can be interesting!|
|Simon Barber - If you decide to stow away on a YiffClass flight and you're discovered, you might get more than you bargained for!|
|Simon Barber - Just because you might have to work your passage in YiffClass, don't expect it to be all fun and games...|
|Simon Barber - The reputation of YiffClass goes far and wide!|
|Terry Knight - It's not only CD players that need to be switched
off before landing...
Note: People who follow the newsgroup alt.fan.furry may notice the above right-hand picture contains a reference to the theoretical "MaKitty" errr... heavy-duty feminine pleasuring device that was discussed at some length. Yes, I know you can't see the actual MaKitty itself, but think of the battery pack you need to power it! <grin>
|Bernard Doove - With comfort like this, wouldn't you fly YiffClass?|
|Simon Barber - YiffClass expands its fleet to cater for the larger demand. What do the staff think?|
|Simon Barber - Even in YiffClass, some things about air travel just don't seem to change...|
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