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#25 - looks like some one knows how to coppy and paste good job. 02/15/2015 on pls 0
#20 - you ignorant **** ! Mads do your damned research befor y…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/14/2015 on pls 0
User avatar #22 - mads (02/14/2015) [-]
Do your own research. There is a difference in the UK and US breeds you idiot. The US breed might have been bred as a nanny dog but guess fucking what? IT was bred in the UK for blood sports like cock fighting, bulll baiting and bear baiting. All of these sports were outlawed in 1835 so people used the breed for dog fighting. Which is why in the UK! (Not america) they were banned. At no point did I say that was right. And Pitbulls have a lot of health issues, like every dog. Try reading past the first line.
It might seem odd to you that I wasn't talking about the US but it should be clear because I not once used the words US and talked exclusively about the UK, like how they are banned in the UK and not the US.

But you're right I am an ignorant fuck because I wasn't tlaking about the US breed.
#25 - captinamerica (02/15/2015) [-]
looks like some one knows how to coppy and paste good job.
#11 - and yet no one comments on how much pussy just flew at him....… 05/04/2014 on Oh shit. Oh. 0
#52 - ve had a few dogs in my time. most have been lab mixes. the fi… 12/10/2013 on Canine Commandments 0
#115 - yes that's me. it was about 7 years ago  [+] (1 new reply) 10/21/2013 on growth 0
#116 - smellmyfaceforswag (10/22/2013) [-]
you are one nice lookin' guy.
#28 - She was my baby. I got her when she was 2 months old. I shared…  [+] (8 new replies) 10/20/2013 on growth +20
#64 - smellmyfaceforswag (10/20/2013) [-]
I have similar story like that, but, is that you in that picture?
#115 - captinamerica (10/21/2013) [-]
yes that's me. it was about 7 years ago
#116 - smellmyfaceforswag (10/22/2013) [-]
you are one nice lookin' guy.
User avatar #30 - angelooo (10/20/2013) [-]
Sorry for your loss man I can't imagine life without my two dogs
#33 - anonymous (10/20/2013) [-]
Buddy...you're going to have ..I don't want to sound cold, but...That's just how it is when you have a dog. You have to prepare.

I am sorry, I know how you feel. I love my dog, so very, very much. He is 9 years old. But I am counting down the years, I know he won't live forever. I have to enjoy him as much as I can while I still have him.

But you'll HAVE to imagine life without your two dogs. You can't escape from reality.
User avatar #69 - bladeguy (10/20/2013) [-]
nothing could have prepared me for when the dog that was gotten 3 months before i was born, died last year. cried for a solid 3 days. she was like family, i did the same when my grandmother died of cancer, and my grandfather died of Alzheimers. he loved that dog more than i think ill ever know.
User avatar #34 - angelooo (10/20/2013) [-]
I sadly had that in my head for a while I actually tear up thinking about it, it's just hard to prepare.
#58 - anonymous (10/20/2013) [-]
I've lost many animals... the feeling never changes, and it always happens the same way:
1. You are sad as fuck when it happens. You literally cannot come to terms with your animal's death. (unless you didn't love them that much, but I'm sure that's not the case with you)
2. You start to have a pent up sadness for the next week or two. You're slightly depressed no matter what you do.
3. You slowly, EVER SO slowly, forget about it. No matter how much you loved your animals, they just fade from your mind.
It may seem sad, and trust me, you'll definitely remember them, but the sadness will disperse as the days go by. All that will remain are happy memories... and that makes it all the more painful. After 3-4 weeks, you'll return to your normal life, not feeling sad or happy at all, but perhaps still thinking about your animals. After a couple months, the terrible experience is basically gone out of your mind.
#1 - Comment deleted 11/29/2012 on old stuff 0
#62 - win! 05/16/2011 on Subway Comp OC +1
#999 - get over it. btw next time you think youre perfect, try walkin…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/09/2011 on charity 0
#988 - read a bible, pay atention to the parts where jesus went threw…  [+] (1 new reply) 02/09/2011 on charity 0
#1021 - Bingedrinker (02/09/2011) [-]
no thank you. i have better things to read, like maybe a Dean Koontz novel. Jesus had to prove to people that he was conceived by an invisible spirit magically impregnating a human, by performing miracles and changing water to wine? Damn, those people 2000 years ago sure would fall for anything. Can't blame them I guess, with no way to record things (ie video, audio) all of the events were just hearsay and embellished stories. Good thing we have ways to accurately spread facts and information and making us more informed now so we don't fall for the ruse again.....
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