A story of a man and his fish. Give a man a bear, and it will eat dinner with you. This guy found these 2 grizzly cubs mm ther dead mother In Alaska One cub sur A story of a man and his fish Give bear it will eat dinner with you This guy found these 2 grizzly cubs mm ther dead mother In Alaska One cub sur
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A story of a man and his fish. Give a man a bear, and it will eat dinner with you. This guy found these 2 grizzly cubs mm ther dead mother In Alaska One cub sur

Give a man a bear, and it will eat dinner with you

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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#54 - lorgar
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User avatar #78 to #54 - lemonpepsiking
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if that was easier to read it would be one of the best things I've seen today
User avatar #80 to #54 - omgwtfbbqwarftw
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Omfg, that was ************* brilliant!
+1 internet for you lorgar!
#87 to #54 - willypmedina
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I love you with my whole soul
#2 - toastableduckling
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Then the bear gets hungry, his natural instincts kick in and he destroys that man.
#20 to #2 - osboom
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It would be very stupid for someone not to feed something that large...
#25 to #20 - toastableduckling
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Even if you don't feed it I personally think you can take the animal out of the wild but you cannot take the wild out of the animal.
#28 to #25 - nunuman
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He had it for what seems to be 15+ years? Is he missing an arm? no? Well then in this given case he could.
#36 to #28 - toastableduckling
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You never know when an undomesticated animal will snap.
User avatar #57 to #36 - thebombshell
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I think "domesticated" is a poor term here, its very easy to see this as friendship or family,
in this case the bear is not wild, it was raised by these people, it understands they are willing to help it and it understands hurting them would be to its detriment, whether out of concerns of easy self-preservation or some form of respect the bear isn't attacking these people and is in some pictures possibly showing them affection.
#97 to #57 - anon id: e480a33e
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Normally the problem isn't that large animals hurt something on purpose, but rather that they don't understand how little force humans can withstand.

1 moderate pat from a bear could break ribs, when the bear is just being playful
User avatar #37 to #2 - joshofsouls
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Yes, because we can totally see that he's been eaten after many years of owning the bear.
User avatar #83 to #2 - jacobclabough
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When an animal is raised as a cub like that **** instincts
User avatar #90 to #2 - IbeTrollinFewl
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Typically when you raise something from a baby it thinks you are its mother/father.
I don't think many bears eat/maul their parents.
User avatar #71 to #2 - hudis
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I'm not really sure why people are thumbing you down. It doesn't even have to have anything to do with hunger. Wild animals just tend to snap eventually even if they've been the cuddliest, nicest little angels all their lives.
#89 to #71 - toastableduckling
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People on Funnyjunk hate the truth.
#6 to #2 - nyangiraffe
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I don't think so.
#64 to #6 - anon id: e7814df4
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is that le top funny OC funnyjunk in da screen?
#53 - peggscott
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The child got bullied... right up until 'bring your pet to school day'... Funny that
The child got bullied... right up until 'bring your pet to school day'... Funny that
User avatar #66 to #53 - chuca
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"Mr's Jenkins John's pet ate mine!"

"He's a bear, he can do whatever he ******* wants."
User avatar #8 - akumamika **User deleted account**
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We need domestic bears! we did it with wolves and cats how hard could it be?
User avatar #17 to #8 - psykobear
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They wouldn't be as great as the bears we now know.
Wolves became dogs.
Big jungle cats became house cats.
User avatar #19 to #17 - howunexpected
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It'd be amazing to have a little mini-bear.
#22 to #19 - greyshirt
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Mini-bear, you say?
Mini-bear, you say?
#13 - thegamegestapo
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Bears are the sigil of his house. He was meant to have them.
#81 - deathrinder
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That chin could take your eye out
#85 - infinitereaper
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People always go on and on about how raising a wild animal is going to backlash one day, but you know what? It think that's a little ignorant.

Look as this ******. There are monks who raise Tigers as ******* pets. And they get by, because they are ******* monks.

How do you people think we got domesticated animals in the first place?

There was even a breeding program in Russia I believe that breeded docile and domesticated Foxes in a few generations. The same has been done with wolves I believe.

Sure there are risks and it's not a perfect science, but human or not, bonds can be formed, and sometimes that bond can be even strong enough to bridge the void between species, and I think that's ******* beautiful you faggots.
#113 to #85 - jagenblitz
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I agree to some extent, but there's a difference between domesticating wolves or foxes and a tiger.

Wolves obviously have a very strong pack instinct that carries over to most dog breeds. They'll more or less do what you say providing that you establish yourself as alpha male (or female).

Animals such as foxes and house cats don't have that instinct, but they can be bred for favorable behavior. However, because they don't have that instinct they seem far more likely to "act out of turn", especially if you do something that they perceive as a threat in some way.

The problem is that when a cat acts out of turn you might get a scratch or a bite that barely breaks the skin. If a tiger were to do the equivalent, you'd probably die or be seriously injured. I mean just think of all the times someone is nipped or scratched by an angry cat. Then imagine a tiger doing so.
User avatar #104 to #85 - sparkyoneonetwo
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the fox thing is still going on you can buy them for about 500 bucks a kit.
#56 - mostlyjunk
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#31 - andreewkun
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...Am I the only one?
User avatar #32 to #31 - twdeathnote
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You could probably say that thanksgiving was unbearable.
User avatar #34 to #32 - andreewkun
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I guess he'll eat the food with his bear hands
User avatar #40 to #34 - twdeathnote
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I have no more good bear puns
User avatar #43 to #40 - andreewkun
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So, you can't bear it anymore?
#45 to #43 - twdeathnote
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#46 to #45 - andreewkun
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User avatar #118 to #46 - qxangelxp
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I hope you'll bear in mind that I enjoyed this thread.
User avatar #125 to #118 - andreewkun
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Yeah, It was beary joyful, wasn't it?
User avatar #126 to #125 - twdeathnote
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ohcomeonnowsippityzoppitysoobop.jpg
#105 - firereadyaim
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anybody ever read that story of the D&D player who played has a bear by maxing out his stealth and hired a butler translator? looks like hes living the life.
User avatar #108 to #105 - furrynomous
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oh hell, I remember that. I must have it somewhere in my...1126 favorites....
#109 to #108 - firereadyaim
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if you post it as a separate comment it would probably get tons of thumbs lol
#112 to #109 - furrynomous
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Found it
User avatar #116 to #112 - RequieminMortis
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This is up there with Los Tiburon and Patrick O'Callahan as one of my favorite D&D stories from 4chan.
#120 to #116 - jsprmp
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Not as good as the Storm Warden who caber tossed a Chaos Lord or the Imperial Guardsman who killed Karn the Betrayer with a brick.