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#266 - matthewfjr **User deleted account**
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#32 - demontotoro
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(04/01/2013) [-]
I've never actually seen a Pitbull (They and any crossbreed with them are illegal in Britain), but a lot of the Staffies around here are trained by their owners to be violent. Is it the same case with the Pitbull?
#36 to #32 - thEleventhAngel
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(04/01/2013) [-]
Thats the ticket.

Although, my staff was cuddled, and around people she was as tame as a chihuahua and she acted like a lapdog. But if you put her in front of another dog, she would rip it apart. Literally.
#229 - unoriginalhipster
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Totally vicious! (I know, not a pit bull, but Rotties have a similar stereotype)
#353 to #229 - sonicwind
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(04/10/2013) [-]
**sonicwind rolled a random image posted in comment #85 at 10 Badass Graves **
#203 - eclecticparadigm **User deleted account**
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Comment Picture
#187 - danniegurl ONLINE
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(04/02/2013) [-]
This is Tank and my 5 year old cousin. He's a great dog, and my cousin was sick when this picture was taken and Tank stayed by his side the whole time.
#137 - darthlegolas
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(04/02/2013) [-]
cuteness, cuteness everywhere!
cuteness, cuteness everywhere!
#101 - metaldubstepotato
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(04/02/2013) [-]
The little chicken has a serious warface!
#142 to #101 - sonofateapot
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(04/02/2013) [-]
GIVE THE RABBIT A REACH AROUND!!!!
#59 - taelamin
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(04/01/2013) [-]
At last picture.
#287 - germanjoe
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#290 to #287 - brothergrimm
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(04/02/2013) [-]
catnip; not even once
#235 - dreamthrow
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(04/02/2013) [-]
"My pitbull" said the iguana
#127 - DrollHumor
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(04/02/2013) [-]
He kinda looks like Stitch to me.
He kinda looks like Stitch to me.
#68 - telmerthisisasix ONLINE
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(04/01/2013) [-]
ANY dog can be broken by a cruel master. I don't really care for pit bulls, but I've met some really sweet ones.
#6 - liquidz
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(04/01/2013) [-]
Cute...
#236 - Mynd
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Here's my Lab/Pit, look at how exceptionally vicious he's being in this picture. As you can see, he just mauled 2 grandmothers, 5 babies, and 12 other small animals.

In all seriousness, Pitts are awesome, it's a shame they're so badly stereotyped.
#205 - milehighpride
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(04/02/2013) [-]
They are just like any other dog. Pic related it's my bully Champ.
#199 - anonymouzx
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Aw so cute <3 I think he wants to play!

From personal experience they are blood thirsty monsters, but I have known one pitbull that wouldn't hurt a fly because my cousin raised it well. Though the other one that was raised well too decided to kill a random puppy in a park. Tasers just fueled it's thirst for blood.
#250 to #199 - psykobear
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(04/02/2013) [-]
You must have met some ****** up people to have taught the dogs to be terrible like that, or the previous owners were.
#252 to #250 - anonymouzx
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Yes, and I learn from it. Don't interact with pitbulls because they can **** you up. I already knew, I mean I can see a random animal and not know what it is, but if it is big with sharp teeth, don't **** with it. I mean, it's obvious the one in the picture is nice, but that doesn't go for all of them.
#253 to #252 - psykobear
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(04/02/2013) [-]
You missed my point entirely...
I was saying that the people who owned the pitbulls must have been terrible to it to make the dog so aggressive...
Or the previous owner was.
The aggression is learned, not instinct. They are born with the capability to become lethal, but aren't until either someone teaches them to be so, or abuses them.
#256 to #253 - anonymouzx
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(04/02/2013) [-]
...It is instinct. Plus I knew the owner since it was my cousin. She is training to be a vet since she loves animals so much. She raised both pitbulls at the different times and one was really sweet, and the other really aggressive. She isn't exactly the gangster mean type, so the pitbull killed because she wanted to. The dogs wasn't even half her size and was no threat. She has also bitten other humans, she had to be put down. Kinda sad, but the other one was nice.
#207 to #199 - anonymouzx
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(04/02/2013) [-]
But I know not all are killers, but I know not to go up to one unless I know it's nice. Same for other dogs, especially pitbulls.
#356 to #207 - friendlypitbull
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(02/07/2014) [-]
That's because pitbulls attract ******* and gangster-wannabes who raise them to be cunts.
They ruin the breed for everyone and i'm sorry one had bitten you.
#357 to #356 - anonymouzx
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(02/07/2014) [-]
Well I can tell you're a friendly pitbull. I guess some dogs really are racist.
#358 to #357 - friendlypitbull
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(02/07/2014) [-]
That's true. It's not only humans that are scared of what they don't understand. Just like some dogs don't understand why people would look so different to their owner.
My dog doesn't like turban people.
#223 to #199 - anonymouzx
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(04/02/2013) [-]
I knew I would get red thumbed, but nobody wants to reply to me saying how i'm "wrong". I personally seen real attacks, not on camera.
#234 to #199 - dirtywizarder **User deleted account**
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#245 to #234 - capslockrage
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(04/02/2013) [-]
I have, twice
both times I had no clue it was going to happen, just walking down the sidewalk and then it latches onto my leg, both times breaking skin, both times leaving scars.
Completely unprovoked.
#239 to #234 - anonymouzx
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Yeah haha. People say don't judge, but we evolved to know not to **** with things with sharp teeth.
#184 - jewsburninindaoven
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Anytime another dog, especially of the same gender, does anything to a pit bull the pit bull will almost always react. Also, anytime a little kid does something stupid like touching a pit bulls private parts or gets touchy touchy with the pit bull it will react. They were bread to be violent, aggressive, and fighters. Just like all german shepherds are protective and all labradors like to retrieve things. I'm sure some pit mixes can be raised to be nice dogs but the majority of pit bulls, especially the ones with strong pit genes, are violent and aggressive. Why else do you think that all dog attacks in the US this year were by pit bulls?
#213 to #184 - princeofbrokensoul
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(04/02/2013) [-]
oh god whats wrong with you.
#190 to #184 - cribtramninethousa
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(04/02/2013) [-]
you obviously have no idea the effort that has to be put into making a pitbull human aggressive. yes until you neuter them they have a tendency to not like dogs of the same gender, just like every other dog but after they are often just fine. as to the human attacks they are one of the most physically powerful breeds so yes they are often trained as guard dogs, or abused until they can be used as fighting dogs.
#204 to #184 - thatkiddonovan
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(04/02/2013) [-]
You are a ******* retard.
Humans main function is to reproduce, but you haven't done any ******* lately have you?

Any dog can be raised to be non-violent. I have a pitbull and a black lab and I've seen chihuahua's boss them around and bite them and they don't fight back. The dog's behavior is 100% of the time based on it's training or how it's raised.

You don't have dogs, do you?
#214 to #204 - thelastamerican
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Jesus Christ jumping on a cracker!
You can't tell this guy is trolling?
#216 to #214 - thatkiddonovan
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Didn't even read the whole thing.
I just really love my Pit bull 'Baloo'
#218 to #216 - thelastamerican
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Yeah, pits are great. My neighbor had two of them. Coolest ******* animals in the world.
#219 to #204 - jewsburninindaoven
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Pit bulls are more aggressive and violent biologically. You can train them to be nonviolent but will for the most part react violently to any threat or provocation. It's not their fault they are that way. Remember, pit bulls were forced to fight each other and kill for many years. The dogs that were the most violent and aggressive were the ones that lived. So they were the ones that reproduced and the genes associated with more violent behavior lived, like larger hypothalami. The ones that are mixed are more likely to lose these genes. But many still have them and are violent because of them. I'm not saying that all pit bulls are violent killers. I'm saying that they have heightened levels of aggression due to what is essentially natural selection that humans forced upon them.
#352 to #219 - thatkiddonovan
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(04/08/2013) [-]
that can be said about literally any living thing.   
   
survival of the fittest doesn't apply in controlled environments like civilization, *******.   
   
AND, violent pitbulls are more likely than not put down.   
   
so the more docile will survive.   
   
you have no argument, cunt.
that can be said about literally any living thing.

survival of the fittest doesn't apply in controlled environments like civilization, *******.

AND, violent pitbulls are more likely than not put down.

so the more docile will survive.

you have no argument, cunt.
#201 to #184 - ninjabunnygo
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(04/02/2013) [-]
obviously no clue what your talking about
#200 to #184 - Kanoah
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(04/02/2013) [-]
There have been like six dog attacks in the last month in my town, and none of them were pit bulls. Are you retarded?
There have been like six dog attacks in the last month in my town, and none of them were pit bulls. Are you retarded?
#221 to #200 - jewsburninindaoven
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Sorry for the mistake. All dog attack related deaths were from pit bulls this year.
#224 to #221 - Kanoah
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See, now that makes sense. In that case, I would have to partially agree with you, however, look at their ages. All were children who didn't know that you're not supposed to **** with any kind of dog, regardless. And two elderly ladies, but we all know that they tend to be rather cheek pinchy, which dogs would probably not enjoy.   
   
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fatal_dog_attacks_in_the_United_States#Fatalities_reported_in_2013
See, now that makes sense. In that case, I would have to partially agree with you, however, look at their ages. All were children who didn't know that you're not supposed to **** with any kind of dog, regardless. And two elderly ladies, but we all know that they tend to be rather cheek pinchy, which dogs would probably not enjoy.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fatal_dog_attacks_in_the_United_States#Fatalities_reported_in_2013
#230 to #224 - jewsburninindaoven
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(04/02/2013) [-]
Are you implying that it's the kids' fault for messing with the dogs? Cause that is seriously ****** up.
#233 to #230 - Kanoah
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(04/02/2013) [-]
No, I'm saying that it the blame doesn't solely fall on the type of dogs. Those dog attacks I mentioned earlier were all Jack Russel Terriers and Labradors, two dogs not entirely known for violence, and the victims were identical to what's on the list- small children and elderly women. People (the elderly) should know at that point not to **** with a dog, and the parents of the child should know not to leave the dog and the child together without close supervision.
#249 to #233 - jewsburninindaoven
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In many of these cases, I think the blame is entirely on the dog. Many of these attacks are kids trying to say hi to the cute doggy when it attacks them. Almost all dogs are friendly and sweet to kids and people shouldn't have to worry about dogs attacking kids.
#258 to #249 - Kanoah
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Why shouldn't they? Dogs are animals, they eat meat just like us, they become feral, and until a few hundred years ago, were still pretty wild. They don't know that a child is just a child, they don't know that the kid is trying to say hi, and their instincts tell them to fight back when something they're unsure about comes toward them and tries to touch them, just like ours do. The parents are to blame, because even by your logic, the parents should know that a Pitbull is a 'violent' animal, and they shouldn't keep their children around it. All dogs react like this, even Huskies and Retrievers, two of the most loveable big dogs.
#188 to #184 - tigersstripes
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(04/02/2013) [-]
They are rally sweet dogs, but react VERY badly to neglect and abuse, that is why they have such a bad rep.
#86 - lewersss
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(04/01/2013) [-]
Pitbulls were created by mixing bulldogs and terriers, and were used for working as they were athletic and brave. They have also been used as police dogs, therapy dogs, and of course guarding more illicit things.   
   
.gif semi related, in return for all the pictures of happy dogs I am now saving.
Pitbulls were created by mixing bulldogs and terriers, and were used for working as they were athletic and brave. They have also been used as police dogs, therapy dogs, and of course guarding more illicit things.

.gif semi related, in return for all the pictures of happy dogs I am now saving.
#103 to #86 - ichtudirweh
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(04/02/2013) [-]
That dog is trotting. He's all like "Hello there Gent, I've brought your morning paper hodgepodgehodgepodge."
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#13 to #9 - ironsliver
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(04/01/2013) [-]
I prefer this one.
I prefer this one.
#1 - shagtastic
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