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(Some Guy)   Dog trying to get cold pizza off stove turns on burner with paw and sets home on fire. Bad dog. Bad, bad dog   (suburbanchicagonews.com) divider line 83
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2006-04-25 11:31:31 AM
your dog wants charred remains.
 
2006-04-25 11:36:30 AM
Your dog wants a fire extinguisher and homeowners insurance.
 
2006-04-25 11:36:52 AM
your dog wants aloe.
 
2006-04-25 11:43:01 AM
Your dog wants a six-burner Garland, a vented range hood, and a Simplex system?
 
2006-04-25 11:46:14 AM
My dog had nearly done this himself. I just cut off one paw so he won't do it again.
 
2006-04-25 12:17:06 PM
Doesn't this happen somewhere like once a year?

7 March 2006, Naperville IL: Skylar (this article)

11 May 2004, Racine MN

15 Sep 2004, Shawnee OK

Apparently, your dog wants pizza, not steak.
 
2006-04-25 12:20:39 PM
Heh. A cat did that to a neighbors house back where I grew up.
 
2006-04-25 12:34:10 PM
Friends of mine used to have a cat that could turn stuff on. They went out one cold February morning and came back later in the day to find the stereo blasting away and the cat relaxing on top of the warm kerosene heater that they had definitely switched off before they left.

/heater was plugged into the mains and had a simple electric button to switch on; quite easy for a clever cat.
 
2006-04-25 12:40:14 PM
It happneed to our next door neighbor a few years back. They came home and found their house filled with gas (we live in a townhouse) - they evacuated us and people for a few blocks.

Weirdest thing was they had redundant fire engines: One up close, one about a block away and then one a street or two over, just lying in wait in case the house went up.
 
2006-04-25 12:40:19 PM
Yeah...how dare the dog try to take my left over pizza. Bad dog indeed.
 
2006-04-25 12:41:24 PM
andyofne

Did you get him a faux paw to remind him of his mistake?

/try the steak
 
2006-04-25 12:42:06 PM
The woof,
The woof,
The woof is on fire!



(sorry)
 
2006-04-25 12:45:02 PM
My dog once dragged a cookie sheet of frozen chicken nuggets off the stove and ate them all in 2 minutes.
 
2006-04-25 12:45:17 PM
Ultravibe: Weirdest thing was they had redundant fire engines: One up close, one about a block away and then one a street or two over, just lying in wait in case the house went up.

Probably because when a house filled with NG blows up, it gets scattered for blocks. I've covered a few of these, and it's not unusual for things like sections of roof to be blown several hundred metres away. The weirdest thing is in a home built with Fibreglas insulation, it looks like the neighbourhood just had a pink snowstorm.
 
2006-04-25 12:46:21 PM
I had a dog that tried to get up on the stove at a resting steak a few years back. The knobs were up higher where he couldn't reach, but he placed his paw right on a hot burner.

I had never heard such an awful cry. The poor animal didn't even want to be near the stove after that!
 
2006-04-25 12:46:41 PM
www.bragg.army.mil
 
2006-04-25 12:46:44 PM
www.myimagebuddy.com

Youa rube-a, you calla me pizz burnt, i calla it blackened. Sometimes I-a ask myself, why-a I talk lika stereotypa italian?
 
2006-04-25 12:46:57 PM
Everybody's blaming the dog. But it was the owner who left enough combustible crap on the stovetop to (I presume) catch the walls on fire.
 
2006-04-25 12:49:10 PM
Announcer: Our $50,000 home video finalists are: Man breaking hip! [sound effect, man screaming]
Dog on fire: "Woof, anybody order a HOT dog?" [Homer laughs]
And finally, Baby with a nailgun. [Awwww] Okay, its time to cast your votes now!
Homer: Dog on fire, dog on fire!!
/oblig
 
2006-04-25 12:49:13 PM
Dear Jerk

I'm blaming the dog because dogs are stupid, and it's fun.
 
2006-04-25 12:49:14 PM
A 'golden doodle'. Hmmmm, must be a new breed I've never heard of.
 
2006-04-25 12:50:35 PM
static.flickr.com

Just give 'im the damn pizza.
 
2006-04-25 12:50:52 PM
I had chicken thawing in the sink overnight and my two kittens who were actually smaller than the mass of chicken at the time devoured it. BTW do you know why dogs eat shiat? It's not for nutrients, it's actually because they are bored...ask a vet.

/the more you know ---*
 
2006-04-25 12:52:08 PM
Dogs + Pizza + anything else = danger

Without going into too much detail, I'll just say that a certain incident involving a dog, a piece of pizza and a greedy goat led to some expensive vet bills.
 
2006-04-25 12:54:18 PM
Your dog wants extra cheese and Bactine.
 
2006-04-25 12:55:18 PM
Your dog wants that pizza heated up, dammit!!
 
2006-04-25 12:55:20 PM
Dear Jerk: Everybody's blaming the dog. But it was the owner who left enough combustible crap on the stovetop to (I presume) catch the walls on fire. didn't properly train and discipline their pet to prevent such things from happening.

/There, fixed it for you
//an ounce of whacks with a newspaper is worth a pound of fire insurance
 
2006-04-25 12:55:39 PM
Alternately,

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2006-04-25 12:56:53 PM
Your dog doesn't want cold pizza.
 
2006-04-25 12:57:11 PM
Ultravibe: It happneed to our next door neighbor a few years back. They came home and found their house filled with gas

Dogs do fart a lot when fed an improper diet (ie. pizza).
 
2006-04-25 12:57:47 PM
Totl_Newb

do you know why dogs eat shiat? It's not for nutrients, it's actually because they are bored...ask a vet.

My vet said that they eat the cat shiat because it's tasty.
 
GCD
2006-04-25 12:58:11 PM
Ultravibe,

Weirdest thing was they had redundant fire engines: One up close, one about a block away and then one a street or two over, just lying in wait in case the house went up.

You probably didn't notice, but those engines were likely parked next to a hydrant - Very common practice. Any time we got a call for a working fire, we'd roll with two trucks. One on-scene, the other at the nearest hydrant for backup.

Had that house gone up, they probably would've needed lots and lots of water and those trucks carry more than enough hose to span a couple of blocks.

I'd imagine that one team was also a RIT (Rapid Intervention Team), in case something disasterous did happen.
 
2006-04-25 12:58:32 PM
evoluted.net

DAMN YOU UBU!
 
2006-04-25 12:58:36 PM
My dog snagged a piece of pizza off the coffeetable once, right in fron tof me. I punched him in the head so hard and fast, he had this stunned look on his face, with the pizza hanging out.

He hasn't done that since.

/he waits until I'm out of the room, now.
 
2006-04-25 12:58:52 PM
FarkinHostile: The woof,
The woof,
The woof is on fire!




thread over you win

borist: Dogs + Pizza + anything else = danger

Without going into too much detail, I'll just say that a certain incident involving a dog, a piece of pizza and a greedy goat led to some expensive vet bills.


oh please do tell that sounds like such a intresting story
 
2006-04-25 01:02:40 PM
My dog rarely looks up from whatever book he's reading long enough to realize I have food. I do give him a Hotpocket when he's done preparing my taxes though.
 
2006-04-25 01:03:39 PM
The web is so useful for learning about stuff...
 
2006-04-25 01:05:07 PM
boy that sure was a feel good story.

/here boy
//have a bicky
 
2006-04-25 01:06:04 PM
I've always heard that dogs eat cat shiat because it's high in protein.

Anyways, doofus is a bachelor. If he had a wife he wouldn't be leaving pizza out all day long. Not to mention the pest potential. Eventually you'll end up with roaches or whatever.

/I'm just jealous though, really
 
2006-04-25 01:08:49 PM
Lesson to dog owners: teach your pooch to use the microwave.
 
2006-04-25 01:10:03 PM
Jument

Thats what the link I posted said too... whatever floats my dogs boat, I don't judge her for her "life choice"...
 
2006-04-25 01:14:09 PM
KellyX, you're not one of those people who lets their cat-shiat-eating dog lick their face, are you? I have friends who do that. Ugh.

If your dog wants cat shiat I have lots I could send ya...
 
DMV
2006-04-25 01:14:29 PM
photos.yafro.com

your dog wants skin grafts.
 
2006-04-25 01:17:22 PM
KellyX - that page you linked is farking hilarious. It even has an honest to god "when the oil hits the anus" section! Plus I just learned that birds don't pee - the mind boggles!
 
2006-04-25 01:18:28 PM
Ha! Everybody laughed when I spent the extra money to get a dog-proof stove.

Who's laughing now, chumps?!?
 
2006-04-25 01:22:14 PM
They should call that dog shiathead.
 
2006-04-25 01:22:44 PM
He did it because he saw the Beavis and Butthead episode and played "Postal" too much. This is clearly an example of how modern media is corrupting the generations.
 
2006-04-25 01:23:44 PM
gonix.com
 
2006-04-25 01:24:29 PM
Why is this under "obvious?" I would have never thought of this happening... damn dogs.
 
2006-04-25 01:26:42 PM
12:55:20 PMbakatare

Like I was saying... everyone's blaming the dog.

Nobody ever taught the guy that if you leave papers on the stove, one day your house will burn down. Did you ever see crap piled up on the stove in Lassie's house? No. Because they weren't morans.
 
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