Who would win?. .. what if the dogs are nice puppies and you are stereo typing? Who would win? what if the dogs are nice puppies and you stereo typing?
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#6 - furrysheaperd
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what if the dogs are nice puppies and you are stereo typing?
#7 to #6 - anon id: d1b8dd1a
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What if the prime human is a pacifist that refuses to harm animals?
User avatar #8 to #7 - furrysheaperd
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what if all three are peaceful and have a lovely day at the dog park?
User avatar #9 to #8 - crazyolitis
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I vote for this option.
#69 to #8 - anon id: 5130e567
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The City Council would like to remind everyone that dogs are not allowed in the dog park. People are not allowed in the dog park. DO NOT APPROACH THE DOG PARK.
User avatar #11 to #6 - zytherman
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There is nothing to mention fighting, I like to believe it means which would win in a belly rubbing contest.
#14 to #11 - anon id: bceb94ec
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The comment section of an internet webpage actually made me happy.

WHAT SORCERY IS THIS!!?
#50 - trystanvierra
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Fixed
#31 - newall
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people often forget that we are at the top of the food chain for a reason. Pitbulls CAN (not always, requires deliberate training, NOT nature.) be very aggressive. BUT, they are not the strongest dog. a human physically fighting for it's life, one, for example, as strong, and physically imposing, as Jason Statham, would probably win.

We have opposable thumbs. A single human of that size would EASILY overpower a single pitbull. two may be a challenge, but an Adrenal response has the very real possibility to cause a massive surge of strength, and, the ability to ignore incredible wounds.

My money is on the Male human.
User avatar #61 to #31 - commontroll
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Don't forget that when a dog attacks, it makes its neck come to you, it's vulnerable then. You get a dog in a headlock, and you can do anything you want to them. If you had a knife, you could end it quickly, no knife and you can do your best to quickly break the dog's spine, or crush its throat. Two will be a challenge for an unarmed man, but if they are in say, a forest, where he can climb and pounce, and have elevation against the dogs? Human wins hands down. Our other strong point is our brains. Throwing a dog off of a high ledge is a great strategy for fighting them.
#32 to #31 - iknowiwazthere
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Especially if that human is Kai Greene. Well maybe not, he's too damn nice.
#34 to #32 - newall
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kai greene is my ******* idol.

Seriously. i cant say why he didn't win the Arnold, but even without his physical appearance, he's the greatest personality in bodybuilding, and one of the greatest in sport, in general.

He deserves to be more popular than he is, a lot of people could learn a lot from him.
User avatar #67 to #34 - jaypaul
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in my book he wins with his dread alone. i'm mean, c'mon. just look at dem dur aesthetic braids. aww yiss
#36 to #34 - iknowiwazthere
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I agree entirely, one of the best videos to show his personality. www.youtube.com/watch?v=1hUSqvjjZ-4
Not many other people in the bodybuilding community would do that during a competition. Not to mention is fantastic posing routines. The head stand quad pose during last years Olympia was fantastic! lol
#40 to #36 - newall
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agreed. He's a genuinely nice guy. his routines are new, and interesting, if a little out of the ordinary, and his physique is flawless.

and let's be honest, the whole grapefruit thing is hilarious.
#3 - ZeGerman
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Dags.
#71 to #3 - disasterbater
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yea, dags.
#2 - solarisofcelestia
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Human. They're my favorite combat oriented species.
#17 to #2 - sinery
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Pony with brony inside joke outside of ponytime with 5 greens.
#30 to #17 - jimthesquirrelking
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...this doesn't make any sense
User avatar #60 - commontroll
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Depends, is the human allowed to use simply tools? If so, most definitely the human. And if not, then if the human is trained in anything involving grappling, as soon as he incapacitates the first dog, he has definitely won.

Another thing is environment. An empty room with nowhere to climb or hide? That will be more difficult. However, it's not about having no bias. Humans succeed because our strength is situational awareness. Not to mention, a dog's most dangerous point is their head. They attack you and they're also putting their most vulnerable parts right at you.

In summary, if it was an empty field (room would be an advantage due to being able to jump off the wall to quickly change directions or jump onto one of the dogs) the human would be wounded severely, but would beat the dogs.

If the human was allowed to use simple tools (rocks, branches as clubs, possibly a knife or spear) then human hands down. Minor cuts and scrapes probable, completely unwounded possible.

If the human was not allowed simple tools, but was in a forest, or area with different elevations and hiding spots, again, human.

We're very very strong creatures. We just don't know our potential. And we're talking a human in prime condition, the cream of the crop. That means they can keep their cool. It also means they know how to fight smart. Our biggest strength isn't our muscles, it's the way our body works, and our brains. We can easily suppress animals with our bare hands without killing them, or kill them if we choose. We can grab them, choke them, break their legs, gouge their eyes, whatever, all while having our vital organs, neck, and brain at arms-length. Dogs cannot do this.

I've wrestled a pit bull before, it started as playing and then it began to panic and really tried to get out of my grip and it couldn't. There's a reason humans are the ones dogs follow, and not the other way around.

TL;DR: Humanity, **** yeah.
#5 - croc
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Depends, is the human horny?
User avatar #52 - formerlvtwoeight
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I don't get why people are so scared of dogs. Honestly, you're bigger than them and you can just kick them off of you. You have a good 100-200 pound advantage on them (Depending on your weight) and you can easily curb stomp a dog if it bites your leg or something.

Not that anyone would ever want to hurt a dog though. I ******* love dogs.
#55 to #52 - cokeymcsmokey
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yeah I agree, but instinctively they go for the neck, so if they even get a chance to get you there, you could be screwed if they puncture your throat.
User avatar #57 to #55 - formerlvtwoeight
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Yeah, if they bit your neck it would all be over
#54 to #52 - hxcwaywardson
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my buddy's dog has a good 50 pounds on me. he's such a pushover though, love that great dane to death
User avatar #58 to #54 - formerlvtwoeight
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Yeah, I used to have a dog that weighed like 145 pounds He passed away recently
But i've never seen a 150+ pound pitbull
User avatar #63 to #58 - commontroll
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Aren't they usually only about 70 or so pounds? Light enough that you could swing 'em into a wall, that's for sure. If you got a good grip at least.

I agree with you though, they're not that hard to beat. Protect your neck (which you will do instinctively) and put them in headlocks, stomp on them, etc. I love my dog, but if any dog comes at me viciously, I'm ready to kill it with my bare hands if necessary. They are predators, and they are dangerous. If I'm surprised by them, I lose my edge on them, which is my mind.
User avatar #70 - mrpavelowgrimm
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The human simply because he knows the animal's weak spots
Neck, eyes, belly etc.
You'd be surprise how many salves survived bare hand combat against animals in the coliseum. About 3 that we know of.
#77 to #70 - marcher
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Yes, those salves were quite resourceful weren't they
#80 to #77 - kyleayv
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User avatar #56 - shroomftw
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Actually, that's just a stereotype. They're not all aggressive killers and fighters, some are actually quite nice. I own one and he's never attacked anyone and serves me loyally. Yes, not all humans are dangerous killers like they're made out to be.
#75 to #56 - kuros
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mfw i realize where your comment was going...
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