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Hi, everyone. My name is Fnaire Otter. I'm on otter by marriage but an anteater by species. I am the number two alter in this multiple personality system. Normally, I'd have my own account, but the admins have asked us to share one, and it seems like a reasonable request. I am Oren's wife and mother of four: Our oldest son is Firoz, a half tiger from my previous marriage. Then there's the twins, Jason and Amanda. And finally, little Jackie Jo. I am in my second marriage, being sort-of divorced and sort-of widowed from my first. It's a long story. I think I am very fortunate in that even though my husband insisted we break apart, we remained friends until he died. I loved him very much. Now I have Oren, and I think I'm the luckiest alter ever, because he's been wonderful to me. It's because of him that our family finally understood that I'm a person with feelings, not just a medical phenomenon. I am a cartoonist. I draw and star in Room For One More. I also help to draw other comics. I'm a late-night DJ on OtterTunes radio, and soon to be the hostess of a new sci-fi themed block called the nerd hour. I'm an amateur fashion designer, and I like to think I'm pretty good. I've still got a box of Barbie clothes from which I take inspiration. I like football, though our body is too messed up to play anymore. I also like to dance when I'm feeling good enough. I've been studying hip-hop style, but I'd like to learn more complex forms such as ballroom, Irish step and ballet. Shucks, I just want to learn them all. I also love eating bugs. Unfortunately, it's hard to get many food-grade bugs here in the US. I usually settle for shrimp and crab. Like many alters, I do have memories of a past which technically didn't happen, but it is real to me. I was born in Choyhaqui, Chile. My parents are missionaries and when I was about five, we moved to South Africa and lived on a wildlife preserve near Sun City. I came to America to go to college here. I really did go to college, by the way. I attended the Art Institute of Pittburgh where Oren and I took classes together, sometimes to the confusion of our classmates. Sadly, tuition ran out in our Sophomore year, and we didn't graduate. So that's me. I hope to become great friends with all of you.