Hmm... anthromorphic toaster.......... >.>
I've usually only heard the term Anthromorphic (Or,
Anthropomorphic) used reguarding furres/weres/animals,
though one can imagine it can be used for inanimate
--- Tawariel <tawariel@...
> Ah, thank you. :-)
> lynn_flewelling wrote:
> >--- In Flewelling@yahoogroups.com, Tawariel
> <tawariel@g...> wrote:
> >>I'm not sure what "anthromorphic" means,
> >It means to give something non human human
> attributes. It can also refer to a false
> >empathy, but in this case it's more literal.
> Talking beavers acting human.
> [Non-text portions of this message have been
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