Never seen a cat say "I love you"?
I tend to look at those videos the same as I look at EVP--it doesn't actually sound like much of anything until someone tells
you what it's supposed to sound like.
That being said, I'd have to agree with Trails on this one... :/ but on the other hand, Will can always TRY and talk their code language while in human form, but it doesn't necessarily mean the others will understand it. Which I know that I would find hilarious.
One thing I waned to ask about, now that posting with the animal shorthand is starting up: how are we going to mark the difference between the two? It's only a matter of time before our two groups start posting together, and keeping it straight may be difficult.
Thus far, the canine group has been using <'s, and I know if there's any sort of language my group has come up with it will be more feline-friendly. I know w_s suggested colors, but I'm wondering what will happen with people who already post in another color. Would brackets be easier? Like <words> versus //words//, or something else? Or do people prefer the color-coding? I'm just looking for a definite "this is how we will do it," mind you, I don't actually care what that way IS