packpup is about human pups organised into groups called packs whom we have met

 

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HUMAN PUPS CAN SOMETIMES CONGREGATE IN PACKS, COMING TOGETHER NOT JUST FOR THE MOMENT OF PLAY BUT FOR A LONGER LASTING EXPERIENCE. IN THE PACK THERE IS AN EXCHANGE OF IDEAS, A SHARING OF ADVENTURES, AND COMFORT KNOWING THAT YOU ARE NOT ALONE AS A HUMAN PUP. 


The purpose of packpup is to showcase some of the people of the world of human pup play. As Siriuspup pack itself began many years ago, it was a lone voice in the wilderness. Now there are other packs out there. Here are some we have met. 


PACK (PAK)

NOUN

a. A group of animals, such as dogs or wolves, that run and  hunt together.

b. A gang of people: a pack of hoodlums.

c. An organized troop having common interests: a Cub Scout pack.

ORIGIN

"bundle," early 13c., probably from a Low German word (compare Middle Dutch pacpack "bundle," Middle Low German pak, Middle Flemish pac, attested from late 12c.), originally a term of wool traders in Flanders; or possibly from Old Norse pakki. All are of unknown origin. 

Italian pacco is a Dutch loan word; Frenchpacque probably is from Flemish. Meaning "set of persons" (usually of a low character) is c. 1300, older than sense of "group of hunting animals" (early 15c.). Extended to collective sets of playing cards (1590s), floating ice (1791), cigarettes (1924), and submarines (1943). Meaning "knapsack on a frame" is attested from 1916. Pack of lies first attested 1763.