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(Metro)   Pro tip: promoting a campaign for picking up your dog's feces with posters showing a child eating said waste might be a tad over the top   (metro.co.uk) divider line 47
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2013-06-17 11:53:21 PM
A kid who'd eat dog crap needs to be in a hospital with 24 supervision. That's some advanced pica and well beyond the pale for any reasonable societal expectations to account for.

That said, PICK UP YOUR DOG'S DOODY. Seriously.
 
2013-06-18 12:00:59 AM
media.treehugger.com

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2013-06-18 12:20:39 AM
i1178.photobucket.com

Take, eat, this is my body which is given for you
 
2013-06-18 12:57:46 AM

jake_lex: [media.treehugger.com image 467x208]

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Came for the Divine ref, leaving... well not satisfied, slightly queasy at best.
 
2013-06-18 01:13:00 AM
Are you shiatting me?

/ 2 girls 1 dump?
// I just made myself gag
/// three slashies to settle my stomach
 
2013-06-18 01:51:30 AM
Hey! That... that's not chocolate...
 
2013-06-18 01:56:53 AM
Some pervert is masturbating furiously to that poster.
 
2013-06-18 02:00:42 AM

dookdookdook: Some pervert is masturbating furiously to that poster.



Yeah....but only because you gave him the idea to do it in the first place via your post.  Way to go.
 
2013-06-18 02:19:21 AM
Maybe so, but ever since Tad decided to go into marketing he's been told that the way to succeed is to be "over the top".
 
2013-06-18 04:46:16 AM
Imagine being that kid in 15 years when all her friends discover this old ad campaign.
 
2013-06-18 04:47:23 AM
Hey, tasteless sells!
                          Herb Tarlek

barfblog.com
 
2013-06-18 04:49:26 AM
If they picked up their dog's shiat, the poster wouldn't exist.
 
2013-06-18 04:56:19 AM

doglover: A kid who'd eat dog crap needs to be in a hospital with 24 supervision. That's some advanced pica and well beyond the pale for any reasonable societal expectations to account for.

That said, PICK UP YOUR DOG'S DOODY. Seriously.


When my brother was very little, about 18 months old, my mom found him rummaging through the cat's litter box. He didn't eat anything, but the odds that he would have are very high, seeing as how babies learn about the world through their mouths.
 
2013-06-18 05:17:36 AM

Mike Chewbacca: babies learn about the world through their mouths.


What would have really been awkward is if he'd acquired a taste for it.
 
2013-06-18 05:39:15 AM
I just got back from walking my yellow lab and golden retriever, poop bags in hand and to the garbage. Good God I love civilization.

So yes I am getting a civilized kick...
 
2013-06-18 05:51:49 AM
When did picking up start? Is it recent? I've heard about it a lot lately. I saw a movie called A Guide to Recognizing Your Saints which took place in the 1980s in Hell's Kitchen. One of the characters was a dog walker who said something to the effect that he always carries "papers" so that people assume he picked up after the dog. I had never heard of that one before the movie, either.

I usually see people with plastic bags now. For someone with OCD, the idea of picking that up is frightening, more so than it being left on the street.

Anyhow, when did this start? It's like it's this huge consensus came out of nowhere. I had dogs growing up and I don't think my parents ever did any picking up. But I don't remember anyone doing it back then. Now they (my parents) do. So it must have snuck up on the country all at once at some point.
 
2013-06-18 06:17:25 AM
My dog eats it. It must taste good, no?
 
2013-06-18 06:54:58 AM
The other day I saw a guy with a plastic bag on his hand kneeling behind his dog. Instead of picking up after the dog, he was catching it in his hand. It was one of the most pathetic things I've ever seen.
 
2013-06-18 07:02:04 AM
Headline works better without the word 'said'.
 
2013-06-18 07:03:49 AM
I have sat on my porch while a fat woman allowed her shih tzu to crap in my yard without picking it up. I have two kids, one of which likes to run around barefoot. I also have two largish mutts who drop only in the designated fenced in area in my back yard. After following the fat woman home (a few blocks behind), later that night I ensured she would spend a few hours picking up dog shiate from her own yard. Now when I see her and her little cur, she always has plastic bags in hand.

/CSB
 
2013-06-18 07:15:27 AM

DrBrownCow: The other day I saw a guy with a plastic bag on his hand kneeling behind his dog. Instead of picking up after the dog, he was catching it in his hand. It was one of the most pathetic things I've ever seen.


LMAO, now there's some mental imagery I really didn't need. Funny as hell, but still.
 
2013-06-18 07:15:32 AM

jake_lex: [media.treehugger.com image 467x208]

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Done in two.
 
2013-06-18 07:25:56 AM

abhorrent1: My dog eats it. It must taste good, no?


I was gonna say this.  how bad can it be for the kid?  The dog is still alive to poo.  If he is a normal dog, he eats his poo at least 4 times a month.
 
2013-06-18 07:27:23 AM

swingerofbirches: Anyhow, when did this start? It's like it's this huge consensus came out of nowhere. I had dogs growing up and I don't think my parents ever did any picking up. But I don't remember anyone doing it back then. Now they (my parents) do. So it must have snuck up on the country all at once at some point.


I suspect it's a matter of country living vs. city living... Where I grew up, dogs just pooped in the woods or some big field or anywhere out in the wilderness where no one would care that it's there, since there's probably a dozen other piles of wild animal scat nearby as well... But, when you take your dog to a city park and let it crap on the grass where children are playing, that's a bit different...
 
2013-06-18 07:32:27 AM
I always pick up after my dog.  Seriously though, even very small children know better than to consume feces.  If yours does, there's a short in the wiring somewhere.
 
2013-06-18 07:35:07 AM
www.oddfilms.com

"This is my poop, you can't have any"
 
2013-06-18 07:42:11 AM
Someone needs to 'shop some Divine makeup onto that kid.
 
2013-06-18 07:54:17 AM

doglover: A kid who'd eat dog crap needs to be in a hospital with 24 supervision. That's some advanced pica and well beyond the pale for any reasonable societal expectations to account for.

That said, PICK UP YOUR DOG'S DOODY. Seriously.


THERE"S NO TIME
 
2013-06-18 08:02:05 AM
Fark that plastic baggie noise, I bought a scooper.

/dog only shiats in my yard
 
2013-06-18 08:14:00 AM

Mentalpatient87: Fark that plastic baggie noise, I bought a scooper.

/dog only shiats in my yard


I got some that are degradable.  Most of the time my dog shiats in my yard but every now and then she sneaks one out on our walk.
 
2013-06-18 08:54:11 AM
My brother almost did this exact thing when he was a kid.  Glad my mom was quick on her feet.
 
2013-06-18 09:01:00 AM

doglover: A kid who'd eat dog crap needs to be in a hospital with 24 supervision.


He's gonna be bummed that he went that way.
 
2013-06-18 09:36:09 AM
Whenever I used to walk my ex's little shiat factory, I would kneel down with one of those plastic bags and grab a clump of dirt next to the poop pile.
 
2013-06-18 10:20:31 AM
Zesty
i.imgur.com
/dog poop with dressing is zesty
 
2013-06-18 10:21:12 AM
I'm mad...and that's a fact
I found out...animals don't help
Animal think...they're pretty smart
shiat on the ground...see in the dark.

They wander around like a crazy dog
Make a mistake in the parking lot
Always bumping into things
Always let you down down down down.

They're never there when you need them
They never come when you call them
They're never there when you need them
The nevere come when you call them down down down down.

I know the animals...are laughing at us
They don't even know...what a joke is
I won't follow...animal's advice
I don't care...if they're laughing at us.

They're never there when you need them
They never come when you call them
They're never there when you need them
The nevere come when you call them down down down down.

They say they don't need money
They're lvinign on nuts and berries
They say animals don't worry
You know animals are hairy?
They think they know what's best
They're making a fool of us
They ought to be more careful
They're setting a bad example
They have untroubled lives
They think everything's nice
They like to laugh at people
They're setting a bad example
 
2013-06-18 10:22:48 AM
£ 1000?  That seems excessive.
 
2013-06-18 10:30:17 AM
I'm thinking of getting an electrical low fence because if there's one thing I HATE is people walking their dogs to crap on other people's property...

Got in an argument with these two self-righteous biatches... (pun intended) last year or so.

They just couldn't understand the concept that I don't crap on their property, I don't want their freaking mutts crapping on mine.

The whole "we pick it up"... I asked them, would there be no trace left at all? would they rub their hands or faces in the grass where their dog went after it being picked up?

I've read a few reports of the amount of bacteria that is left behind even after being picked up... sorry but I have kids (they might be grown now), but the idea that it's ok to use other people's property just goes beyond me... they have a yard, they have a backyard... they should use that only.

I hate self-righteous dog owners....
 
2013-06-18 11:01:14 AM

imfallen_angel: I'm thinking of getting an electrical low fence because if there's one thing I HATE is people walking their dogs to crap on other people's property...

Got in an argument with these two self-righteous biatches... (pun intended) last year or so.

They just couldn't understand the concept that I don't crap on their property, I don't want their freaking mutts crapping on mine.

The whole "we pick it up"... I asked them, would there be no trace left at all? would they rub their hands or faces in the grass where their dog went after it being picked up?

I've read a few reports of the amount of bacteria that is left behind even after being picked up... sorry but I have kids (they might be grown now), but the idea that it's ok to use other people's property just goes beyond me... they have a yard, they have a backyard... they should use that only.

I hate self-righteous dog owners....


Shh. Nobody tell him about the garbage eating raccoons and possums that shiat in his yard that are about a million times more likely to carry disease...
 
2013-06-18 11:07:25 AM

Cyno01: Shh. Nobody tell him about the garbage eating raccoons and possums that shiat in his yard that are about a million times more likely to carry disease...


Shh, nobody tell Cyno01 that dogs outnumber raccons and possums by about 10,000 to 1.
 
2013-06-18 11:23:07 AM

encephlavator: Cyno01: Shh. Nobody tell him about the garbage eating raccoons and possums that shiat in his yard that are about a million times more likely to carry disease...

Shh, nobody tell Cyno01 that dogs outnumber raccons and possums by about 10,000 to 1.


shh.. let's also not notice that he's one of those self-righteous dog owners that has to make shiat up.. (hey, another pun).

Guess he also doesn't understand the concept between a wild animal and one that is deliberately brought on someone else's property to crap on... instead of them having their mutts do their crap on their own property.

I've yet to find any wild animal crap on my lawn.. wonder why? oh yeah, they tend to do it NOT ON LAWNS or open spaces like dogs do, many even bury it.

But hey,  self-righteous is self righteous for a reason.
 
2013-06-18 11:23:41 AM

doglover: A kid who'd eat dog crap needs to be in a hospital with 24 supervision. That's some advanced pica and well beyond the pale for any reasonable societal expectations to account for.


Cut them some slack.  It was a ginger.
 
2013-06-18 12:25:45 PM
Yes, but the types of idiots who would let their dog shiat and then walk away from it are the same types who need to have something in their face telling them to knock that shiat off.
 
2013-06-18 12:27:42 PM

DrBrownCow: The other day I saw a guy with a plastic bag on his hand kneeling behind his dog. Instead of picking up after the dog, he was catching it in his hand. It was one of the most pathetic things I've ever seen.


My brother did that once, but he used a shovel instead of his hand.

/dog followed him outside when he was cleaning up the backyard poops
 
2013-06-18 12:59:36 PM

DrBrownCow: The other day I saw a guy with a plastic bag on his hand kneeling behind his dog. Instead of picking up after the dog, he was catching it in his hand. It was one of the most pathetic things I've ever seen.


He probably like the feel of it. Nice and warm, brownies fresh out of the oven....

/I think I just made myself throw up a little
 
2013-06-18 01:04:49 PM
Well that will teach the little snowflake not to put sh*t in there mouth.
 
2013-06-18 01:29:07 PM
A fine? Where's the fun in that? Here's my story:

One of my neighbors dogs kept pooping in the common area of our townhouse community where the children played and I was constantly cleaning poo off the kids' shoes and my floor. I posted a friendly little sign that said "Clean up after your pets, children play here," but it kept happening. One night I pulled an all-night stake out (because I have nothing better to do) and caught the poopetrator brown handed. He was a smug young man, probably early 20's and obviously worked a late job. I followed he and the dog home and left a note on his windshield saying "you didn't clean up after your dog, please do so immediately." He didn't, and the next night it happened again. I picked up the poops with a plastic bag (it was a lot, he had a bulldog) and smeared it all over the windshield of his 2012 Acura SUV thingy. He was pissed. He went around to all the neighbors and asked if anyone knew who it was because he wanted them to pay the $240 auto detailing bill. Dog hasn't pooped there since though. Needless to say I spent the next couple days l'ing mao.

Through all of that, none of the kids ever ate the poo.
 
2013-06-18 02:12:04 PM

0z79: DrBrownCow: The other day I saw a guy with a plastic bag on his hand kneeling behind his dog. Instead of picking up after the dog, he was catching it in his hand. It was one of the most pathetic things I've ever seen.

He probably like the feel of it. Nice and warm, brownies fresh out of the oven....

/I think I just made myself throw up a little


It's a hand warmer in winter too.
 
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