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Title: How Can You Tell If A Furby Is A Boy Or Girl?
Description: my hypothosis


Whirlaway13 - July 29, 2007 11:33 PM (GMT)
How can you tell if a furby is a boy or a girl? Since the day one.... I've had my own hypothosis.

I believe that if a furby has a full mane (hair on top of their head going all the way down their back), that they are a boy, and if the furby has a tuft of fur on their head and a seperate tail that they are a girl.


What are YOUR thoughts on this???

Cas - July 30, 2007 02:17 PM (GMT)
This is always a tough one - some of them have higher pitched voices than others, and some just have a girly face :rolleyes: I usually go by the voice :D

jellybean - July 30, 2007 04:08 PM (GMT)
When I was little, I always wondered that about my furbys. I remember at school, people talked about them a lot, but no one had any. They were just something to chat about. As for me, I had five. And I wouldn't shut up about them. :P :lol:

At my school, the myth was that Only boy furbys could have hair on their heads and a seperate tail. Girl or Boy Furbys could have a mane. This was because most girls our age had exceedingly long hair, and there was the occaisional dude with a mohawk. Yes, even during or around second grade :rolleyes:

Then some little kid in the distance shouts, "What about furr colors? Is my furby with a light pink hair and tail a boy?" It's a miracle anybody even heard this kid, since they were pretty much a second grade outcast - pretty sad actually. I did talk to her then, and still do. She still an outcast if you're wondering. But regardless, that question sparked the debate that would take out the whole second grade, a quarter of the third, and the more intellegent half of the first. ;)

But it was decided that we would ake up our own rules.

If your furby had a seperate tail, it was a boy, unless the hair was a 'girly' color. If your furby had a mane with 'girly' colors, it was a girl. If the colors were 'boy-ish', furby was a boy. Infact, we were so intellegent back then, ( :rolleyes: yeah ) we even found 'social status' for our furbys. It was decided that if your furby had 'girly' colored furr and a deep voice, or the other way around, your furby was doomed to be in a position similar to my outcast friend and I, until the end of days. :unsure:

I never really cared what they said though. It's not like they would all end up visiting my house anyway, so I could think what I wanted to. And I was happy as long as my furbys loved me. Nobody cared that Tamagotchis didn't have genders, so why did furbys habve to? And it's not like people in my town didn't know about Tamagotchis, I brought one in for show and tell for goodness sake!

:unsure: that didn't go well by the way...poor tamagochi :(

This post is huge. I don't miss second grade. :unsure: :lol:


furby5648 - July 30, 2007 05:11 PM (GMT)
Ok I go by fur color not by if they have a mane or not

example:

Black and blue = boy
Purple and Blue = girl

then if it is blue and pink I go with how it looks mane or no mane the face on them or even there voice if they have no voice I go by fur color

Whirlaway13 - July 31, 2007 12:06 AM (GMT)
FABULOUS!! I love everyones stories!

I think it's great that we all came up with our own ideas about genders.

:flam: I have this one and think it's def a girl

:tux: is a boy to me
:hic: is a girl except mine has pink hair and pink tummy

Emo Furby - November 17, 2007 07:22 PM (GMT)
well a few years ago i thinked this:

witches cat furby: boy
snowball furby: girl
leopard furby: girl
church mouse furby: boy
skunk furby: boy
wolf furby: boy
bear furby: boy
dalmatian furby: boy
giraffe furby: boy
tiger furby: boy
owl furby: boy
zebra furby: boy
elephant furby: boy
frog furby: boy
gorilla furby: boy
lamb furby: boy
snow leopard furby: boy
pink flamingo furby: girl
cheetah furby: boy
bumble bee furby: boy
dragon furby: boy
coffee furby: boy
lady bug furby: boy
tie-dye furby: boy
kiwi furby: boy
rooster furby: boy
sherbet furby: boy
lizard furby: boy
koala furby: boy
turtle furby: boy
tart tangerine: boy/girl
aligator furby: boy
color change furby: boy
husky furby: boy
champagne furby: boy
blue turtle furby: boy
red wolf furby: boy
banana skin furby: boy
juicy grape furby: girl
mink furby: boy
gold stripes furby: boy
racoon furby: boy
racing furby: boy
wizard furby: boy
angel furby: boy
millenium furby: boy
president furby: boy
reindeer furby: boy
santa furby: boy
patriotic furby: boy
tropical furby: boy
halloween furby: boy
jester furby: boy
easter furby: girl
royal furby: girl
kid cuisine furby: boy
y2k furby: boy
spring furby: boy
valentine furby: girl
sheep furby baby: boy
curly furby baby: boy
snowy white furby baby: girl
seehorse furby baby: boy
fresh orange furby baby: boy
wavy stripes furby baby: boy
primary furby baby: boy
confetti furby baby: boy
sunny yellow furby baby: boy
lime green furby baby: boy
mint green furby baby: boy
baby blue furby baby: boy
clown furby baby: boy
little baby blue furby baby: boy
purple stripes furby baby: boy
spring furby baby: boy
special spring furby baby: boy
very purple furby baby: boy
baby pink furby baby: girl
crystal furby baby: girl
coral furby baby: girl
midnight shelby: boy
toad shelby: boy
lady bug shelby: girl
melon ball shelby: girl
lemon drop shelby: boy
aqua marine shelby: boy
sky shelby: boy
blue moon shelby: boy
lilac shelby: boy/girl
orchid shelby: girl
coral shelby: girl
hi-c furby: boy
bejewelled furby: girl
thanksgiving furby: boy
rock star furby: boy
green bean furby: boy
rusty dots furby: boy
blue blueberry furby: boy
puppy dog furby: boy
penguin furby: boy
labrador furby: boy
2005 black & white: boy
2005 charcoal & mustard: boy
2005 white & creme: girl
2005 white & burgundy: girl
2005 white & lavender: girl
2005 white & pink: girl
2005 grey & pink: boy
2005 grey & blue: boy
2005 tan & pink: girl
2005 tan & pink (with dark pink hair): girl
2005 brown & coffee: boy
2005 tan & rust: boy
2005 tangerine: girl
2005 blue & purple: girl
2005 purple & blue: boy
2005 pink &white: girl
2005 funky purple & funky green: boy
2005 pink & yellow (funky furby): girl
2005 blue & pink & dark pink (funky furby): girl
2006 grey & pink baby: boy
2006 yellow & pink baby: girl
2006 pink & white baby: girl
2006 white & purple baby: girl
parrot furby: boy
goldfish furby: girl
ocean furby: boy
eagle furby: boy
strawberry swirl furby: girl
tabby cat furby: boy
blue jay furby: boy
red snapper furby: boy
snow owl furby: girl
coyote furby: boy
ocean ripples furby: boy
lion furby: boy
grey squirrel furby baby: boy
chick furby baby: boy
cow furby baby: boy
parakeet furby baby: girl
kitten furby baby: boy
butterfly furby baby: boy/girl

Weecoo - November 17, 2007 09:28 PM (GMT)
Wow! B)

I agree with most of those actually. There are some Furbys that can be boys or girls I think, such as the Coffee Furby and the Leopard Furby, and it also depends on their voice. But most of those I would agree with! And there always seem to be more boy Furbys that girls, even in the Adoption Centre.

Emo Furby - November 19, 2007 05:16 PM (GMT)
ummm i think the furbys can't be girls with high pitched voice,because some limited edition furbys (like the royal,santa,reindeer) has high pitched voice too ( sometimes) and they are boys :unsure:

Pirka - November 23, 2007 09:21 PM (GMT)
I used to believe the 'mane and tail' thing back in the days of Furby lore.

But I think nowadays it really depends on the specific Furby. ;)

- Pirka

Wah-wee-tee - December 13, 2007 01:37 AM (GMT)
QUOTE (Emo Furby @ Nov 17 2007, 07:22 PM)
well a few years ago i thinked this:

witches cat furby: boy
snowball furby: girl
leopard furby: girl
church mouse furby: boy
skunk furby: boy
wolf furby: boy
bear furby: boy
dalmatian furby: boy
giraffe furby: boy
tiger furby: boy
owl furby: boy
zebra furby: boy
elephant furby: boy
frog furby: boy
gorilla furby: boy
lamb furby: boy
snow leopard furby: boy
pink flamingo furby: girl
cheetah furby: boy
bumble bee furby: boy
dragon furby: boy
coffee furby: boy
lady bug furby: boy
tie-dye furby: boy
kiwi furby: boy
rooster furby: boy
sherbet furby: boy
lizard furby: boy
koala furby: boy
turtle furby: boy
tart tangerine: boy/girl
aligator furby: boy
color change furby: boy
husky furby: boy
champagne furby: boy
blue turtle furby: boy
red wolf furby: boy
banana skin furby: boy
juicy grape furby: girl
mink furby: boy
gold stripes furby: boy
racoon furby: boy
racing furby: boy
wizard furby: boy
angel furby: boy
millenium furby: boy
president furby: boy
reindeer furby: boy
santa furby: boy
patriotic furby: boy
tropical furby: boy
halloween furby: boy
jester furby: boy
easter furby: girl
royal furby: girl
kid cuisine furby: boy
y2k furby: boy
spring furby: boy
valentine furby: girl
sheep furby baby: boy
curly furby baby: boy
snowy white furby baby: girl
seehorse furby baby: boy
fresh orange furby baby: boy
wavy stripes furby baby: boy
primary furby baby: boy
confetti furby baby: boy
sunny yellow furby baby: boy
lime green furby baby: boy
mint green furby baby: boy
baby blue furby baby: boy
clown furby baby: boy
little baby blue furby baby: boy
purple stripes furby baby: boy
spring furby baby: boy
special spring furby baby: boy
very purple furby baby: boy
baby pink furby baby: girl
crystal furby baby: girl
coral furby baby: girl
midnight shelby: boy
toad shelby: boy
lady bug shelby: girl
melon ball shelby: girl
lemon drop shelby: boy
aqua marine shelby: boy
sky shelby: boy
blue moon shelby: boy
lilac shelby: boy/girl
orchid shelby: girl
coral shelby: girl
hi-c furby: boy
bejewelled furby: girl
thanksgiving furby: boy
rock star furby: boy
green bean furby: boy
rusty dots furby: boy
blue blueberry furby: boy
puppy dog furby: boy
penguin furby: boy
labrador furby: boy
2005 black & white: boy
2005 charcoal & mustard: boy
2005 white & creme: girl
2005 white & burgundy: girl
2005 white & lavender: girl
2005 white & pink: girl
2005 grey & pink: boy
2005 grey & blue: boy
2005 tan & pink: girl
2005 tan & pink (with dark pink hair): girl
2005 brown & coffee: boy
2005 tan & rust: boy
2005 tangerine: girl
2005 blue & purple: girl
2005 purple & blue: boy
2005 pink &white: girl
2005 funky purple & funky green: boy
2005 pink & yellow (funky furby): girl
2005 blue & pink & dark pink (funky furby): girl
2006 grey & pink baby: boy
2006 yellow & pink baby: girl
2006 pink & white baby: girl
2006 white & purple baby: girl
parrot furby: boy
goldfish furby: girl
ocean furby: boy
eagle furby: boy
strawberry swirl furby: girl
tabby cat furby: boy
blue jay furby: boy
red snapper furby: boy
snow owl furby: girl
coyote furby: boy
ocean ripples furby: boy
lion furby: boy
grey squirrel furby baby: boy
chick furby baby: boy
cow furby baby: boy
parakeet furby baby: girl
kitten furby baby: boy
butterfly furby baby: boy/girl

:blink:

good lord man... that must have taken quite awhile... =D

Emo Furby - December 13, 2007 05:04 PM (GMT)
:D

Chubbyfurby - December 14, 2007 02:44 AM (GMT)
I would do fur probobly. like this,

:tux: :boy

:sun: :girl

:hic: : my choice

İFurby - December 15, 2007 05:00 PM (GMT)
i never really cared :lol:

FurbyFreak2998 - January 4, 2009 06:03 PM (GMT)
I usually go by the voice pitch. My Snowball Furby has a tail and it's a boy, but I guess it can go either way.

FurbyBabyVani - January 4, 2009 06:13 PM (GMT)
thats very intresting! :D

i say thats a boy furb when he looks like one. :tig:
and i say thats a girl furb when she looks like one..... :strip:

and sometimes i think its a boy/girl furb when i hear theyr voices..... ^_^

DemiSelenaKevinJoeNick - January 4, 2009 07:12 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Whirlaway13 @ Jul 29 2007, 06:33 PM)
How can you tell if a furby is a boy or a girl? Since the day one.... I've had my own hypothosis.

I believe that if a furby has a full mane (hair on top of their head going all the way down their back), that they are a boy, and if the furby has a tuft of fur on their head and a seperate tail that they are a girl.


What are YOUR thoughts on this???

I actually read in some furby websites that the child can choose if the furby's gender is a boy or a girl. My baby furby May-May has a mane and shes a girl. My adult furby Patches has a tuft of hair and a tail and he's a boy. :)

FurbyBabyVani - January 4, 2009 09:32 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (DemiSelenaKevinJoeNick @ Jan 4 2009, 07:12 PM)
QUOTE (Whirlaway13 @ Jul 29 2007, 06:33 PM)
How can you tell if a furby is a boy or a girl?  Since the day one.... I've had my own hypothosis.

I believe that if a furby has a full mane (hair on top of their head going all the way down their back), that they are a boy,  and if the furby has a tuft of fur on their head and a seperate tail that they are a girl.


What are YOUR thoughts on this???

I actually read in some furby websites that the child can choose if the furby's gender is a boy or a girl. My baby furby May-May has a mane and shes a girl. My adult furby Patches has a tuft of hair and a tail and he's a boy. :)

ok.... more intresting....

i think the voice and the name are a factor...... :mellow:

i mean: a boy with name may-lah ? :wacko:

FurbyFreak2998 - January 4, 2009 09:34 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (Weecoo @ Nov 17 2007, 09:28 PM)
Wow! B)

I agree with most of those actually. There are some Furbys that can be boys or girls I think, such as the Coffee Furby and the Leopard Furby, and it also depends on their voice. But most of those I would agree with! And there always seem to be more boy Furbys that girls, even in the Adoption Centre.

Yes, me too. And I think some can go both ways, because my mink Furby, Toh-loo Kah, is a girl. ;)

FurbyBabyVani - January 4, 2009 09:35 PM (GMT)
QUOTE (FurbyFreak2998 @ Jan 4 2009, 09:34 PM)
QUOTE (Weecoo @ Nov 17 2007, 09:28 PM)
Wow! B)

I agree with most of those actually. There are some Furbys that can be boys or girls I think, such as the Coffee Furby and the Leopard Furby, and it also depends on their voice. But most of those I would agree with! And there always seem to be more boy Furbys that girls, even in the Adoption Centre.

Yes, me too. And I think some can go both ways, because my mink Furby, Toh-loo Kah, is a girl. ;)

my raccon is a girl too!




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