Bad Dog. .. I read it as "I have eaten 2 babies in the last week" Dog comp one You probably seen Twice already but snicker anyway
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#1 - birdlaw **User deleted account**
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I read it as "I have eaten 2 babies in the last week"
I read it as "I have eaten 2 babies in the last week"
#29 to #1 - anon id: 3e41fa22
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Nice comment, i remember it from Imgur too
#59 to #29 - birdlaw **User deleted account**
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Except I didn't get it from imgur. Nice try, though.
Except I didn't get it from imgur. Nice try, though.
User avatar #64 to #1 - timelordjam
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same here
#7 - GEARBOY
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Huskies make me feel warm and weird inside :3

I need one x__x
#91 to #7 - nighkey
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To all those making husky comments:
They look attractive. They are very smart. They are often kept on log chains for a reason. =)

I had a gorgeous husky. They shed in carpets once or twice a year. Like literal blankets that cover the floor, coming out in never ending tufts. You just keep pulling and combing and pinching the tufts and they just keep coming and coming. For weeks.

Also huskies tend to run away. The real ones, anyway. The ones bred for pulling and working, the real deal. It's so hard to keep them from wondering down the road, and man can they pull on a leash like none other.

I wouldn't recommend them for first time dog owners, but they should be a wonderful loving companion for those with good training habits, patience, time, and experience. However, they make GREAT outside dogs and survive cold temperatures by playing in the snow...
#93 to #7 - whiterapevan
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They're lil **** heads.
But perfect lil **** heads.
If you get one, be sure to get another or different breed. They get very lonely, very easily.
Also, step up your fence game, you can never be too secure.
Pic related, it's my lil **** head.
#96 to #7 - holyshizle
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The 2 am thing is not an exaggeration either. My dog will want to go outside and comes back in like she just snorted 3 lines of doggie crack at 3 in the morning. But its so adorable. Awesome pets
#65 to #7 - messerauditore
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I've been thinking about getting one myself.  I've been super depressed lately, so I think taking care of an animal and having not only responsibilities but also a loving companion could help. People are probably going to tell me that's an awful idea but whatever, not like I can afford a healthy puppy anyway.  Planned for a name and everything. If only I could afford one/ keep it while at school and working. Not to mention the ******* contracts and applications these breeders make you fill out. Now I console myself by watching videos of husky puppies on Youtube every night. It's pretty sad.   
   
tl;dr I need one too. Really badly. They're an amazing breed.
I've been thinking about getting one myself. I've been super depressed lately, so I think taking care of an animal and having not only responsibilities but also a loving companion could help. People are probably going to tell me that's an awful idea but whatever, not like I can afford a healthy puppy anyway. Planned for a name and everything. If only I could afford one/ keep it while at school and working. Not to mention the ******* contracts and applications these breeders make you fill out. Now I console myself by watching videos of husky puppies on Youtube every night. It's pretty sad.

tl;dr I need one too. Really badly. They're an amazing breed.
#72 to #65 - Jeff C
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Geting an animal is actually one of the only guarenteed ways to make yourself happier, so long as you see them as a companion and not just a pet. There are studies out the ass proving living with an animal, even a hamster or lizard, is good for your health. However dogs are very high maintenance as far as needing to be let out and walked on time so if you're living alone and both working/going to school I wouldn't recommend it for the sake of the dog. Try a cat, though. I recommend a tabby or calico if you're looking for an especially affectionate one, I know how some people think they're solitary dickheads but thats mostly just tuxedo cats. As long as you're loving towards it it will love you just as much as a dog would. And one last thing, should you get a dog in the future I strongly recommend adopting. Breeders are mostly **** these days, lots of inbreeding and health problems coming from what are essentially puppy mills. Shelter dogs are some of the most grateful animals you'll ever meet, and being that theyre usually a little older that eliminates the housebreaking and very hectic puppy stage, as well as giving that animal a second shot. Anyways I'll stop here, I hope you do look into getting an animal. Even if you feel you don't have the proper time to take care of a dog look into something smaller, you can bond with other animals too :p



pic semi related; It's my tabby cat Leo



User avatar #81 to #72 - messerauditore
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I live on campus, but not THAT far from home, where my mom and two cats are. I know how loving cats can be, as these two have always been wonderful. One's on his way out though, and the other is about 8. I also have a small dog at home, who's in remission, so she's a bit of a wild card. I was thinking either the husky someday, or a hedgehog for now. Something new and different. The only problem being hedgehogs seem pretty hit or miss in terms of affection. I've seen really friendly ones, and my roommate has one that LOVES being alone. I just need something, and I don't like lizards. Hamsters seem too short term. I get attached to my pets and I don't want something that dies so quickly. I've hit rock bottom as of late, and I think I've hit that phase in my depression where I want to just move away and try to start again. I'll figure something out. It's just a matter of time I suppose. Thanks for the insight though.
#86 to #81 - Jeff C
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I hope it all works out for ya', if you're looking for something smaller Guinea Pigs and Chinchillas are fantastic and live a while longer than hamsters do, though I will admit it takes a bit more time for them to bond with you than a cat or dog would. Just gotta be sure to take them out of the cage and handle them a lot
User avatar #13 - zhayce
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2 bibles huh?
Sounds like it will soon be taking a holy ****.
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#24 - mewxchii
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I want a hedgehog
I want a hedgehog
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User avatar #95 to #24 - supercookieduster
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they're cool. gotta play with it every day or it will spike the **** out of you tho. itches pretty bad
#80 to #24 - momothebear
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In case i'm ever stranded on an island, this will be my raft idea
In case i'm ever stranded on an island, this will be my raft idea
User avatar #73 to #24 - pokeyhedgehog
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Own me
#2 - anon id: 24a1813c
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god, i hate pet owners referring to themselves as "mom / dad"
User avatar #75 to #2 - kokanum
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It's really cute
User avatar #85 to #2 - wooyoungkim
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I don't see the problem. I assume it is because they want to make the pet part of the family.

However I do think it is weird when owners called their pets "son/daughter" although I can see why they do that.
User avatar #54 to #2 - halbeardy
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why? you hate the fact that people love and look after there pets as they would there children? how is that a bad thing you miserable ****
User avatar #15 to #2 - TigerMann
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I thought she meant that the dog's ACTUAL mom. Like, little Baxter is dicking around, shouting at his penis and Mama Dog is just looking on in shame.
User avatar #17 to #2 - froggets
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I know, but I also hate kids who call their parents by their first name, instead of mom/dad
User avatar #8 to #2 - rokulda
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why?
#5 to #2 - badpony
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Animals intelligence is roughly similar to a 1 year old, they know what parents are as a position of authority. Using baby voices with them gets more of their attention than just talking normally to them. So the mom/dad role is almost exactly the same to them as master/misstress would be. I have a little westie myself and he responds to mummy more than my name or saying me.
User avatar #11 to #5 - metalmind
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Glorious Border Collie master race. They can reach the intelligence of about 3 year olds.
#33 to #2 - endospore
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Sounds a lot better than owner or master.
User avatar #90 to #33 - donatelo
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not better than friend.
User avatar #3 to #2 - therealtjthemedic
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It's ******* weird.
User avatar #4 to #3 - tarnis
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Its total deal breaker
User avatar #10 to #2 - thebrownydestroyer **User deleted account**
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I don't know why this bothers people so much.
#22 - xcoreyx
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I've said it before and I'll say it again. Pets are not your family. You may love them as much as your family, but that doesn't make you their "mom."
User avatar #61 to #22 - destroyerofcunt
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so if i adopt a black child i can't call them my son?
User avatar #89 to #22 - Zydratejunkie
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My sister is infertile. She can never have babies. She and her husband only found this out after 4 years of trying, and they were ******* heartbroken. The adoption process in Canada takes ******* forever, and they don't want a foster child because the system in this country is ****** and moves kids around randomly whether or not they are happy in their homes.

The only children my sister can have until their adoption application goes through, are cats. She and her husband have two cats, and these cats are lovely awesome creatures both from their local shelter. Some people can't have children of their own, and a pet is the closest thing they can get. Don't insult that.
#99 to #89 - xcoreyx
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Okay I'm sorry but what on earth is going on in your mind right now? Why is everyone on this thread wildly misinterpreting what I said, and entirely changing the meaning of it? Nothing I said was in any way insulting. You said it yourself, their pets are "the closest thing they can get." I think that's really great. Having pets is a wonderful thing, and it's amazing the impact that they can have on people's lives. But that still doesn't make them your children. Because that's impossible.
User avatar #36 to #22 - fables
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if you love your pet, and they're in your home, and part of your family's daily life... why can't you call them your family?
the people who see their pets as family get the most joy from having them in their lives. because they tend to treat them as family, and the animals are much more bonded to them.
User avatar #56 to #22 - CyborgNinja
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I agree with you. Period.
User avatar #67 to #22 - tiredofthis
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You can't tell me what to love and what not to love.
#74 to #67 - xcoreyx
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I didn't...
#94 to #22 - bloodangel
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Me and my husband refer to each other as mom and dad to our cats. For instance when my cat Angel is bothering him, he says go bother mama. Or sometimes I'll tell Killer daddy will go feed you in a minute. We aren't their parents, but it's easy to talk to them that way. They don't mind it.
User avatar #66 to #22 - darkoblivion
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Friends can be just as close as family, if not closer. pets can be friends so the the same applies to them. however unlike calling my friends brothers and sisters, i wouldn't call my dog my son if a i had a son because i think the place pets hold are sepearate but equally important. Hell a pet can fix a family in some cases i think, but at this point i feel like i've been rambling
User avatar #39 to #22 - mutzaki
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My cats are my brothers and are very much part of my family. **** off.
#41 to #39 - xcoreyx
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But they're not... I'm really sorry if you take offense to that, but I'm just stating facts. I'm honestly just amazed by all these peoples' skewed definitions of what family is.
User avatar #42 to #41 - mutzaki
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Of course, not in a legal and absolutely not in a biological sense, but then again, referring to yourself as your pet's mother on a note that you're taking a picture of to then post on the interenet, isn't exactly legally binding.
So, technically you're obviously right, and no one in their right mind is going to challenge you on that. However, if a person wants to refer to their pet as being part of their family, that's a fully understandable and is a common thing.
#43 to #42 - xcoreyx
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User avatar #27 to #22 - zodiacwolf
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You don't have to be related by blood to be family. That's like saying that if you adopt a kid they aren't your family because you didn't birth them.
#28 to #27 - xcoreyx
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But an adopted kid is legally your family. A different ******* species is not your family. Not legally, not biologically, not in any way shape or form. I love my cat to death, but I do not claim to be its father. And I also don't write on pieces of paper and make it in first-person, pretending that he wrote it himself. Because he's a cat.
User avatar #31 to #28 - zodiacwolf
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I don't claim my dog is my son or anything, and I'm pretty sure none of these people claim that their pets are their offspring, but that doesn't exclude it from being part of your family. These people are making jokes. They're being funny. It's like writing a birthday card from your dog or something like that. It's just a joke. But really I see how strong your opinion is on this, and I'm not going to try to change your mind or anything. Difference of opinion. Just stop trying to make people look stupid for believing their pets are part of their family. Because for some people, they're the only family they have.
#32 to #31 - xcoreyx
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Look I get that it's meant as a joke, but loving something as much as family is very different from it actually being family. And I'm pretty sure that referring to yourself as its mom is indeed claiming that it's your offspring. (I'm talking about the people in the content, not you specifically)
#50 to #32 - zeedeveel
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So, I have several adopted siblings as well as two pets I've adopted from a shelter. They are both very similar in process though there is more background done on family. I suppose the adopted siblings I have, one since he was two days old, are not my family either?
#51 to #50 - xcoreyx
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Look at my comment #28
#52 to #51 - zeedeveel
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Several high-end shelters do offer legal adoption. As does pretty much any rescue center for most exotic animals.
#53 to #52 - xcoreyx
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Right, but you legally adopt a dog as a pet, not as a sister or brother or child.
#55 to #53 - zeedeveel
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And legally you adopt a child as more a ward situation purely in terms of legality. You refer to them as a child but ultimately, they're your ward.
User avatar #34 to #32 - zodiacwolf
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I realize this isn't personal, no worries. But once again, that's like you saying that referring to yourself as mom to an adopted child is wrong because that's not your offspring. That animal relies on you as much, if not more, than an actual child. I fail to see how that's not part of the family. Legal or not. Blood or not. Family is family.
User avatar #38 to #28 - fables
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dude it's a joke. quit sucking the joy out of everything.
#58 - jntcoolman
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My favorite.
User avatar #97 to #58 - supercookieduster
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"U mad?"
#37 - jamesthebos
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Holy **** that second one
Holy **** that second one
User avatar #98 to #37 - supercookieduster
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my beagle ate a whole thing of raw pizza dough waiting to rise. seemed fine, call vet anyways. "hur dur vets are busy, u should just bring her in" I cnt afford that, was just there last week. she ended up just laying on her fat ass for a couple hours. that ******* dog cannot die. you wouldn't believe the **** she's eaten
User avatar #68 to #37 - sillyb
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That dog **** itself with such ferocity that is scared itself awake.
User avatar #40 - Dubya
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The capitalization in the 4th one really pissed me off

"It's 2AM LEt Me Sing you The Song of my PEOPLE."
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#49 to #40 - zeedeveel
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A dog wrote it. Do you expect the complete works of Shakespeare?