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Feralcore is an aesthetic based being or becoming feral and embracing the chaotic side of everything. Feralcore is usually centered around being chaotic and loving yourself for all your 'odd' traits.


  • Cryptids
  • Chaos
  • Ominous sayings
  • Eyes and eyebags
  • Opossums, raccoons, rats, skunks, toads, bugs, and other "undesirable" animals
  • Acceptance (of self and others)
  • Chaotic self-care
  • Hoards of things such as buttons, rocks, plushies, etc.
  • Setting things on fire
  • Mushrooms, moss, trees, etc.
  • Garden weeds
  • Cursed and ancient memes
  • Candles
  • Dried flowers
  • Attics
  • Flimsy curtains and lace
  • Handwriting fonts

Edgy/Trash/Sweet Possum Memes[1][]

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This is a list of common fashion items in the aesthetic.

  • Kandi
  • Shirts with 'cursed' sayings
  • Worn/ripped jeans
  • Overalls
  • Clashing colors
  • Ripped fishnets
  • A lot of buttons/pins
  • Beanies
  • Meme socks
  • Messy makeup
  • clothing with eyes on it
  • dirt/mud stains
  • Fluffy yet messy hair
  • Light highlighter and blush, earthy eye-shadow and thick lashes
  • Lunar jewelry
  • Oversized sweaters
  • Oversized fuzzy jackets
  • Finger-less gloves
  • Moth-eaten, frayed, and dirtied clothing, worn as if they're brand new


Feralcore music varies quite a bit in genre - but usually consists of either hyperpop or meme/TikTok songs.


  • Perfect Nothing by Ghost and Pals
  • Butterfly by Smile
  • Mask by Dream
  • Teenagers by My Chemical Romance
  • My Axe by Insane Clown Posse
  • Michelle by Sir Chloe
  • Stuff Is Way by They Might Be Giants
  • Ruler of Everything by Tally Hall
  • Hello Kitty by Jazmin Bean
  • Sex with a Ghost by Teddy Hyde
  • To The Bone by J.T. Machinima
  • She's So Nice by Pink Guy
  • Pretty Cvnt by Sewerslvt
  • You Will See Just What I See by Mindless Self Indulgence
  • BULLET HELL by Machine Girl
  • Google Translate Sings: "Into the Unknown" from Frozen II by Twisted Translations



  • Reading the language of the flowers
  • Cryptid hunting
  • Watching paranormal documentaries
  • Researching passionate topics
  • Foraging
  • Self care
  • Screaming
  • Hissing
  • Zoning out
  • Sitting outside on a cold night with a pile of blankets just existing
  • sipping grain spirit
  • Chilling in dark, closed spaces, just talking with your bug friends
  • Feeding the pigeons and the seagulls
  • Hanging scarves and blankets everywhere so your room looks like a giant blanket fort
  • Kissing your friends' eyelids to ensure they rest deeply
  • Study the lights around you and how they each shine
  • Feeling the breeze caress your back, ready to take you away
  • Stepping lightly on the ground, but to a point where it cannot hold you long
  • Laying down wherever you see fit
  • Planking
  • Playing possum
  • Chilling in the rafters of your house unapologetically
  • Hanging upside down
  • Hiding a lot
  • Being barefoot
  • Cuddling
  • Picking up snails and worms on the sidewalk to get them to safety
  • Exploring the secret alleyways and shortcuts in your neighborhood
  • Jumping in puddles
  • Building nests
  • Collecting shiny things, natural stuff and lost objects you find on the ground
  • Barking/hissing at people
  • Sleeping on the floor
  • Chewing things
  • Consuming microplastics


Mothcore is a single-subject subgenre of Feralcore that emphasizes returning to nature chaotically. One of the first definitions of "feral" is "in a wild state, especially after escape from captivity or domestication" - this accurately portrays Mothcore. Mothcore commonly has photos of moths, but can also primarily depict nature. This subgenre is less popular than the usual Feralcore and the two are often grouped together in the tags of posts.

Pigeoncore is a potential single-subject subgenre of Feralcore centered around pigeons, which are seen as feral animals by some, and like Mothcore, also reflects the first definition of "feral".


External links to help get a better understanding of this aesthetic.

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