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I predict the Japanese Dog-aclypse. Answered

Have you seen what Japanese pet owners do to their dogs?

Any minute now, I expect to read on the news that every dog in Japan turned, as one, and chewed off the hand that dressed them!



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Jayefuu

8 years ago

I read that article..... it made me cringe. But spending their time dessing up dogs is harmless, better than things other people in the world do for fun.

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Callum SnowdenJayefuu

Reply 7 years ago

Yeah suppose its better than fighting other countries and stuff...

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lemonie

8 years ago

The Japanese like some strange things, but I've seen Americans do as bad. Still you know what some people do to their children...

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lemonieDoctor What

Reply 8 years ago

Permit me to assume that is someone's child rather than a doll and say: Jeeez-us!

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Doctor Whatlemonie

Reply 8 years ago

 The sad thing is that you're right!  They have television shows dedicated to it.  (just in case you didn't know)

Toddlers & Tiaras 

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bowmasterDoctor What

Reply 8 years ago

Do you have a structural blueprint to the studio that makes it? You know, with critical support beams prone to C-4, walkways with good sniper positions on the producers, and vents big enough for a person to get through?

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bowmasterDoctor What

Reply 8 years ago

No. I want to snipe out the producers, wait for the children to run, THEN collapse the building.

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Doctor Whatbowmaster

Reply 8 years ago

 Well then, I'm sorry, I can't condone that.  I only condone blowing up children.  Call it a personal hobby.

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bowmasterDoctor What

Reply 8 years ago

Sorry, left one part out. Dig tunnels under the parking lot except for some support beams then when the children go outside blow out the support beams.

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Doctor Whatbowmaster

Reply 8 years ago

Unfortunately, that would leave the children in tact.  That is a problem.

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bowmasterDoctor What

Reply 8 years ago

No, on the floor of the cave made by digging under the parking lot there will be landmines. I'm also going to have a "friend" of mine do an airstrike.

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lemonieDoctor What

Reply 8 years ago

That's the sort of thing I meant originally, so I won't click it.

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bowmaster

8 years ago

I like cats better. If you even try to dress them, AWAY GOES UR FACE!!!

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=SMART=

8 years ago

Thats not a dog !
Proper dogs are big and strong, like my dog Maple

although I did give her a hat once... and glasses........ im not Japanese

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Kiteman=SMART=

Reply 8 years ago

Er...

...when you put the hat and shades on...

...where is the rest of the dog??

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=SMART=Kiteman

Reply 8 years ago

Oh, haha she is standing in the boot of the car resting her head on the seats. im looking back at her.

it does look a bit odd haha

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KitemanDoctor What

Reply 8 years ago

That "shades" pose, I usually see that on butchers' walls. 

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Kryptonite

8 years ago

You evidently haven't seen the dogs with the wigs and dyed furs then, god, what some owners do to their animals.

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Doctor What

8 years ago

You can rent cats?  That sounds a little absurd...  Cat prostitution...

I have a papillon, and my family puts coats, sweaters, and other apparel on her.

It looks like torture.  I pull them off whenever possible.

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KitemanDoctor What

Reply 8 years ago

Cat rental is weird.

In my area, if you stand still and look as though you own a can opener, cats line up to rent you.

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crapflingerKiteman

Reply 8 years ago

if i were to have been drinking something at the moment i read that, it would now reside in my keyboard. thankfully i was not

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Jayefuucrapflinger

Reply 8 years ago

+1 Kiteman
+1 crapflinger

I DID have tea in my mouth, it was hard to keep it there.

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crapflinger

8 years ago

while most pets dislike clothing (they've got a fur coat) SOME pets actually benefit from it. some hairless or very short haired dogs NEED sweaters in colder climates (where they're not supposed to be) and many small dogs (toy breeds) have a VERY hard time regulating their body temparature..

other than that, it's pretty harmless...now dog fighting, unethical breeding practices (i.e. puppy mills), and uncontrolled stray populations.....that's a different story