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|#16 - Unlike cats, dogs can and will recognize words. They will then… [+] (6 new replies)||10 hours ago on Heart Full Of Tears||+4|
#57 - thejerseyjenn (4 hours ago) [-]
It has been proven that cats recognize their name and their owners voice, they just never had to evolve to actually listen to us, so they ignore us.
#17 - technoshaman (10 hours ago) [-]
I understand that, I have a dog, but to promise it implies that it is something planned for the future and conveys the idea that it won't happen right away. In my experience dogs aren't good with implications. But now I think I see what's being said in this post.
#54 - anonymous poster (4 hours ago) [-]
When I say 'walkies' around my dog she flips out because she is so excited. To her it is a promise that we are about to walk, im sure this is similar to OP's case. HE probably said things like 'beach' and that is close enough to a promise.
#26 - Omegashenron (8 hours ago) [-]
I don't know I think it just depends on dog to dog. Like humans, some are just smarter then others. Like for instance not to brag but my dog is extremely intelligent(for a dog) my dog actively responds to all of these words, keep in mind i have not taught her these words or anything, only used them. "She, her, dog, girl, run, now, okay, look at me." Plenty of others but these are literally ones she has listened to over the years and sort of understand them, She can be sleeping in a certain way and i may tell someone else in the room to "look at her" she will move and look at me. it's honestly annoying because if you want to talk about my dog in front of her its almost like talking to a toddler who cant quite spell yet, because she knows.
Once again just so you know Im not trying to brag, my dogs obnoxious and has severe separation anxiety.
|#60 - Doesn't the soon-to-be mothers body release endorphins or wtv … [+] (1 new reply)||10 hours ago on Men||0|
|#18 - Nah, I have done that, but not the first time. At this point, …||11 hours ago on Poison||0|
|#11 - I think the first time I got poisoned was from the Koffing/Gri… [+] (2 new replies)||18 hours ago on Poison||+15|
#18 - iwasonaboat (11 hours ago) [-]
Nah, I have done that, but not the first time. At this point, my Charmeleon was so grossly overlevelled nothing, not even a good hike with poison, could kill it. I think I got to Charizard soon after Misty, if I remember.
No, my next story happens some time later. I had beaten the E4, and considered the game finished (cuz fuck the Pokedex) when an older student at my school ( iwas about 7-8) assured me that beating the E4 without visiting a PKMN Center got you a Mew. He spoke of "True masters need no one" and I lapped it up.
You have not known pain until you walk from Veridian Forest to Vermillion City with "the zubats" following you. I watched my precious potions dwindle, and never gave a thought to the Antidote in my pocket.
I'm pretty sure I made it with drops of health to spare. I remember failing at Sabrina.
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|#14 - WHAT HAVE YOU DONE GET IT OUT OF MY HEAD ARRRRGGHHH …||12/09/2013 on Loneliness||+1|
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|#127 - Oh wow look. The point! There it is! Over your head!||12/07/2013 on This one's for Mandela.||0|
|#32 - When your hands are wet. And there is no towel. W…||12/07/2013 on (untitled)||+1|
|#62 - Well excuse me, but not only is my house in the open, its in a…||12/06/2013 on Minecraft World||0|
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