Not all horseface bipeds have murderous intent. There is a softer, gentler side to the group. Then again, sometimes that side is all a ruse, a way to catch humans off guard and strike when the moment arises. That's the thing with horsefaces: you can never be sure what they're feeling. They have no "tell," so to speak. Thus, never look a biped horseface in the mouth — it won't do you any good.
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