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(The Sun)   Women love their dogs more than they love their men. Those biatches   (thesun.co.uk) divider line 70
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2013-04-05 11:46:49 PM
 
2013-04-05 11:52:03 PM
i1282.photobucket.com
 
2013-04-06 12:24:12 AM
♫  And they called it puppy love
Oh, I guess they'll never know ♫
 
2013-04-06 12:43:16 AM
♫  Who let the dogs in?
woof... woof, woof woof ♫
 
2013-04-06 01:13:19 AM

doglover: Yeah they do.


going to not click that link

/no nsfw? the women in AZ from two months ago?
 
2013-04-06 01:37:53 AM

whither_apophis: no nsfw?


Nope.
 
2013-04-06 01:51:28 AM
I assume men are supposed to be offended or jealous or unnerved by this?

Yeah, well, I'm pretty well-adjusted.  The fact that my wife loves our dog doesn't really seem to have any negative impact on her ability to love me as well.

Plus it adds some uncertainty to the equation when she's trying to assign guilt for making a given mess somewhere in the house.  The dog ain't givin' me up and I got his back too.  Bro Code ain't limited by species, y'know..
 
2013-04-06 02:05:12 AM
That one woman fashionista  loves that pug so much she's feeding it to death.
 
2013-04-06 02:05:29 AM

doglover: whither_apophis: no nsfw?

Nope.


Yea it's safe.

/I find it fitting that with a name like doglover you link a story like that.
//NTTAWWT.
///Wait. Yes, yes there is.
 
2013-04-06 02:05:59 AM
its funny because both women and dogs are referred to as biatches.
 
2013-04-06 02:09:35 AM
The dogs were better looking than the dogs
 
2013-04-06 02:15:31 AM
I never bought the whole 'people look like their dogs' stuff. I thought it was an old wives tale. But every person in that Sun article does. And when your boy friend/girl friend looks like a pug...Damn!
 
2013-04-06 02:15:34 AM

wejash: I assume men are supposed to be offended or jealous or unnerved by this?

Yeah, well, I'm pretty well-adjusted.  The fact that my wife loves our dog doesn't really seem to have any negative impact on her ability to love me as well.

Plus it adds some uncertainty to the equation when she's trying to assign guilt for making a given mess somewhere in the house.  The dog ain't givin' me up and I got his back too.  Bro Code ain't limited by species, y'know..


This.
 
2013-04-06 02:17:18 AM
And we love the girl on the DL better than both of them biatches.
 
2013-04-06 02:23:12 AM
Christopher Moltsanti knew what to do.
 
2013-04-06 02:27:04 AM
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/oblig
 
2013-04-06 02:42:31 AM
If I was getting married and made honeymoon plans and then my fiancee came along and said, "I'm gonna need you to change those plans so Daisy can come with, I can't bear to leave her for a week", the wedding is off. Not neccessarily because of the dog, but because it's an indicator of some OCD type behavior and it means that she is the type of high-maintenance person who will never be able to be compromised with.
 
2013-04-06 02:43:53 AM
I love my cat more than anyone so neener.
 
2013-04-06 02:45:06 AM
Really? So that explains the popularity of Bad Dragon?
 
2013-04-06 02:46:22 AM
This doesn't really surprise me, I like dogs more than most humans.

When raised properly they have flawless character and loyalty.

Something we great and advanced humans fail to achieve even when consciously spending our entire lives in pursuit of it.
 
2013-04-06 02:46:33 AM
Most of those dogs were better looking than the women.
 
2013-04-06 02:48:29 AM

Gyrfalcon: I love my cat more than anyone so neener.


Good.  Nobody likes you anyway

/just kidding
 
2013-04-06 02:49:19 AM
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2013-04-06 02:53:04 AM

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20 lbs of awesome packing in a 10 lbs sack
 
2013-04-06 03:27:26 AM

The Snow Dog: If I was getting married and made honeymoon plans and then my fiancee came along and said, "I'm gonna need you to change those plans so Daisy can come with, I can't bear to leave her for a week", the wedding is off. Not neccessarily because of the dog, but because it's an indicator of some OCD type behavior and it means that she is the type of high-maintenance person who will never be able to be compromised with.


True first date story, from the 80s.
Ten minutes into a dinner that I thought was supposed to be a casual event, she says, "just so you know, I'm very high maintenance"
To which I replied, "No, sports cars,are high maintenance. I think the word you're looking for is whore".

The evening ended rather early.
 
2013-04-06 03:31:12 AM
i48.tinypic.com
i49.tinypic.com
 
2013-04-06 03:47:32 AM

doglover: Yeah they do.


Peanut allergy?

I would have guessed chihuahua before alsatian.

Just sayin'...
 
2013-04-06 03:50:01 AM

MurphyMurphy: This doesn't really surprise me, I like dogs more than most humans.

When raised properly they have flawless character and loyalty.

Something we great and advanced humans fail to achieve even when consciously spending our entire lives in pursuit of it.


It's because dogs are too dumb to use guile and treachery.
 
2013-04-06 03:56:12 AM

Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: MurphyMurphy: This doesn't really surprise me, I like dogs more than most humans.

When raised properly they have flawless character and loyalty.

Something we great and advanced humans fail to achieve even when consciously spending our entire lives in pursuit of it.

It's because dogs are too dumb to use guile and treachery.


They're really not.

I had three dogs at home and a first floor with the kitchen on one end of a square and living room at the opposite end.

When there were viddles to be had in the kitchen, the dogs would run into the living room and bark like someone had just come up the stairs or into the driveway.

If you rushed to go so see what was happening, they'd rush back and get the viddles.

And that was their most basic strategy.
 
2013-04-06 04:09:18 AM
Women love their dogs cats more than they love their men.

Don't get me started.
 
2013-04-06 04:57:02 AM

doglover: I had three dogs at home and a first floor with the kitchen on one end of a square and living room at the opposite end.

When there were viddles to be had in the kitchen, the dogs would run into the living room and bark like someone had just come up the stairs or into the driveway.

If you rushed to go so see what was happening, they'd rush back and get the viddles.

And that was their most basic strategy.


I had a dog that if you were eating something (outside of the dining room) he would come up and drop his ball in front of you then sit and wag his tail. If you bent down and reached for the ball he'd jump and try to steal the food from your other hand.

This was not a behavior anyone taught him, the little bastard just loved food and would do anything to get it.

Also, speaking of guile and treachery, I'm guessing Cthulu never saw two smart dogs competing over the same object. Dogs aren't only capable of guile and treachery, they expect it from their own kind. My current dog (fairly large collie mix) used to get tricked and outsmarted all the time by my old roomates Puggle and now has an elevated paranoia of anything he perceives is his property while other animals are around (cats too, cat's don't want his tennis ball but he is convinced they do!).

This is especially funny to watch when I take him to play with my friend's husky, (who is constantly bringing and giving his toys to other dogs hoping they'll be willing to play with his mammoth intimidating self). The husky is left staring at a collection of his toys in a pile with my dog guardedly laying in front of them... cracks me up.

/csb
//here's a close approximation to my guy from GIS
cdn2.designermixes.org
 
2013-04-06 05:06:19 AM
Woof!

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2013-04-06 05:46:38 AM
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2013-04-06 06:10:05 AM
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2013-04-06 06:25:26 AM
True first date story, from the 80s.
Ten minutes into a dinner that I thought was supposed to be a casual event, she says, "just so you know, I'm very high maintenance"
To which I replied, "No, sports cars,are high maintenance. I think the word you're looking for is whore".

The evening ended rather early.



Why would you think this was a good story to tell people?  Sounds like you were perfect for each other.
 
2013-04-06 06:35:57 AM

doglover: Cthulhu_is_my_homeboy: MurphyMurphy: This doesn't really surprise me, I like dogs more than most humans.

When raised properly they have flawless character and loyalty.

Something we great and advanced humans fail to achieve even when consciously spending our entire lives in pursuit of it.

It's because dogs are too dumb to use guile and treachery.

They're really not.

I had three dogs at home and a first floor with the kitchen on one end of a square and living room at the opposite end.

When there were viddles to be had in the kitchen, the dogs would run into the living room and bark like someone had just come up the stairs or into the driveway.

If you rushed to go so see what was happening, they'd rush back and get the viddles.

And that was their most basic strategy.


My husband's best friend had a cat and dog team with a similar scheme. As soon as someone had some food that could be stolen fairly quickly, one would do something to get in trouble in the next room. When his friend would go to discipline the offending animal, the other would steal whatever it was he or whoever was watching them had, and then, after the discipline, the thief would sneak back to the other and share the take.
 
2013-04-06 06:38:16 AM

doglover: Yeah they do.


OMFG.

A fatal allergic reaction to dog semen... just imagine explaining to her children just why Mummy is dead. Maybe make the dude who organised the whole deal do the explaining.
 
2013-04-06 06:46:23 AM
this is one of those old but not ancient reflections that people choose to ignore run both ways. many men will tell you their dog is their best friend.

there are too many sexist comments that are worn out cliches of stupidity. the one about a woman having a right to change her mind. as if men don't have and do the same thing.

people will come and go throughout your life but your dog will be your bud until the end.

/ i love dog
 
2013-04-06 06:50:03 AM

Nidiot: A fatal allergic reaction to dog semen... just imagine explaining to her children just why Mummy is dead.


Depends on their ages.
 
2013-04-06 06:57:35 AM
Just would like to say that men love their dogs more than they love their women.  Those biatches
 
2013-04-06 07:12:04 AM
FTA: "There are other considerations when getting together with a man, but a dog's love is unconditional. "

Yeah, no wonder she loves her dog more than her man.

Newsflash: Getting (and staying) together with someone requires work.

/Flame suit on
 
2013-04-06 07:38:51 AM

doglover: Nidiot: A fatal allergic reaction to dog semen... just imagine explaining to her children just why Mummy is dead.

Depends on their ages.


Okay it'd be easier if they aren't wee little tykes I guess. But I am sure there is going to be more than one awkward silence when the question of how this woman died comes up amongst any of the relatives. I can't see it being a popular topic. "Hey, remember the year Aunty Mavis died after farking that dog?"
 
2013-04-06 08:55:51 AM

TommyymmoT: True first date story, from the 80s.
Ten minutes into a dinner that I thought was supposed to be a casual event, she says, "just so you know, I'm very high maintenance"
To which I replied, "No, sports cars,are high maintenance. I think the word you're looking for is whore".


That's gold, TommyymmoT, GOLD!
 
2013-04-06 08:56:47 AM
There are studies out there that have determined that this kind of human/pet love is actually very harmful to the human.

These people that look upon their pets as their "children" will be dealing with a childs death every 10-15 years.

That's what puts the "crazy" into the crazy cat lady equation.
 
2013-04-06 09:26:35 AM
Conversely, I can barely remember her name without a Post-it note on her forehead. I like dogs better than women too. Dogs aren't contstantly whining and won't text you some stupid bullshiat. Dogs are ready to go the moment you are ready to leave. I could go on...
 
2013-04-06 09:27:57 AM

duffman13: Most of those dogs were better looking than the women.


That too!
 
2013-04-06 09:38:15 AM

The Snow Dog: If I was getting married and made honeymoon plans and then my fiancee came along and said, "I'm gonna need you to change those plans so Daisy can come with, I can't bear to leave her for a week", the wedding is off. Not neccessarily because of the dog, but because it's an indicator of some OCD type behavior and it means that she is the type of high-maintenance person who will never be able to be compromised with.


I feel this. I love my dog, but there is no doubt in my mind that I love my SO more.

I feel a twinge of guilt when I leave my dog at the kennel for a week or more but I am not going to stop traveling because I feel bad. And I know you can tell your kid you are coming back and you can't really tell your pets that- BUT most pets *are* trained that you will come back since you leave the house and come back EVERY SINGLE DAY.

When people act like your fiancee acted- I honestly thing that it is a need to control the situation and not anything to do with the dog. I love animals, but I don't ever think I could feel the same love for an animal as I feel for a human.
 
2013-04-06 10:17:14 AM

martid4: Conversely, I can barely remember her name without a Post-it note on her forehead. I like dogs better than women too. Dogs aren't contstantly whining and won't text you some stupid bullshiat. Dogs are ready to go the moment you are ready to leave. I could go on...


Please do. This is good stuff.
 
2013-04-06 10:21:33 AM
spidermilk: The Snow Dog: If I was getting married and made honeymoon plans and then my fiancee came along and said, "I'm gonna need you to change those plans so Daisy can come with, I can't bear to leave her for a week", the wedding is off. Not neccessarily because of the dog, but because it's an indicator of some OCD type behavior and it means that she is the type of high-maintenance person who will never be able to be compromised with.

I feel this. I love my dog, but there is no doubt in my mind that I love my SO more.

I feel a twinge of guilt when I leave my dog at the kennel for a week or more but I am not going to stop traveling because I feel bad. And I know you can tell your kid you are coming back and you can't really tell your pets that- BUT most pets *are* trained that you will come back since you leave the house and come back EVERY SINGLE DAY.

Plus the fact that dogs have no time reference. It matters not whether you are gone 15 minutes or all day. Hell, my in-laws dog-sat our 2 for 3 weeks when we were staying at a motel after a small house fire. When we finally saw them their reaction was exactly the same as the aforementioned example(s).
 
2013-04-06 10:45:30 AM

John Buck 41: spidermilk: The Snow Dog: If I was getting married and made honeymoon plans and then my fiancee came along and said, "I'm gonna need you to change those plans so Daisy can come with, I can't bear to leave her for a week", the wedding is off. Not neccessarily because of the dog, but because it's an indicator of some OCD type behavior and it means that she is the type of high-maintenance person who will never be able to be compromised with.

I feel this. I love my dog, but there is no doubt in my mind that I love my SO more.

I feel a twinge of guilt when I leave my dog at the kennel for a week or more but I am not going to stop traveling because I feel bad. And I know you can tell your kid you are coming back and you can't really tell your pets that- BUT most pets *are* trained that you will come back since you leave the house and come back EVERY SINGLE DAY.

Plus the fact that dogs have no time reference. It matters not whether you are gone 15 minutes or all day. Hell, my in-laws dog-sat our 2 for 3 weeks when we were staying at a motel after a small house fire. When we finally saw them their reaction was exactly the same as the aforementioned example(s).


hey, snow dog, sounds like you already have detected the OCD issues and you are describing a hypothetical drop that will spill the glass. Call it off already. OCD behaviors would show themselves early in the relationship unless you went from fark buddy to fiancee in less than a year. Just saying.

/yes, she my wife has OCD issues, why do you ask?
//i would still marry her again after 15 years. It is in how YOU manage those issues.
 
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