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(Mother Nature Network)   Man inspired by the movie '101 Dalmatians' sets out to rescue 101 dalmatians, quickly discovers that Disney didn't accurately portray just how much crap 101 dalmatians can produce in a day   (mnn.com) divider line 36
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2013-10-17 09:49:23 AM
Should have read The Starlight Barking instead.
 
2013-10-17 09:49:34 AM
See my vest, see my vest...
 
2013-10-17 09:50:22 AM
I knew a kid who got in trouble because he wanted to make the same smack noise made when punching somebody as he saw in a cowboy movie. That kid got in big trouble too. The lesson here is supposed to be that not everything you see in a movie, or on TV is possible in real life.
 
2013-10-17 09:51:03 AM
That movie has caused a large influx of inbred, deaf, and utterly mean Dalmatians at the hands of inbred puppy mill runners. The intentions are good, yeah, but still there's lots of crap involved.
 
2013-10-17 09:51:44 AM
My mother in law had a rescue dalmation, and it was the craziest dog I think I've seen. Once or twice a year it would have false pregnancies and start lactating and round up every pillow, sock, stuffed animal, etc. it could and hoard them next to her bed like they were its babies and would growl and bark whenever you approached. Then it just started getting tumory to the point where at the end it just looked like a bag of bicycles. She refused to put it down, too.

The whole experience made me think that the pop culture image of dalmations may not be accurate. I can only assume that dog was puppy mill inbred beyond belief, but still, it was just... well, crazy.
 
2013-10-17 09:56:38 AM
In other news, someone actually spells Dalmatian correctly, not once but THREE TIMES!
 
2013-10-17 10:01:22 AM
1. Dogs eat their own fllth
2. Cats don't eat their own filth.

Guess which side of the fence I'm on.
 
2013-10-17 10:05:17 AM

rjakobi: That movie has caused a large influx of inbred, deaf, and utterly mean Dalmatians at the hands of inbred puppy mill runners. The intentions are good, yeah, but still there's lots of crap involved.


Finding Nemo killed a lot of clownfish too, which is sad since they really are one of the easiest saltwater fish to keep assuming you bother to take the time to learn what you are doing.
 
GBB
2013-10-17 10:09:17 AM

TheShavingofOccam123: 1. Dogs eat their own fllth
2. Cats don't eat their own filth.

Guess which side of the fence I'm on.


Yeah, I'm on the side of the less slobbery and self-cleaning, too.
 
2013-10-17 10:11:29 AM
"It all started because of that film," Vergara told The Associated Press. "That was computer-generated. But I wanted to do the real thing."

So the guy thinks a movie made in 1961 was computer generated?
 
2013-10-17 10:13:20 AM

special20: I knew a kid who got in trouble because he wanted to make the same smack noise made when punching somebody as he saw in a cowboy movie. That kid got in big trouble too. The lesson here is supposed to be that not everything you see in a movie, or on TV is possible in real life.


In middle school, my brother got into a fight while we were sitting on the bleachers in the gym once.  He (my brother) punched another kid in the face (kid had it coming, was a bully and picking on people), and it in fact DID make a very movie-like SMACK.  I was impressed.
 
2013-10-17 10:15:05 AM

TheShavingofOccam123: 1. Dogs eat their own fllth
2. Cats don't eat their own filth.

Guess which side of the fence I'm on.


Dogs will also pick thru cat litter and eat the cat poo.

Nasty.
 
2013-10-17 10:22:26 AM
I couldn't imagine 3 dalmations in one place, much less 42.  That's a lot of madness; dals are nuts.

/basset hound owner
 
2013-10-17 10:26:14 AM

HailRobonia: See my vest, see my vest...


I really like the vest.
 
2013-10-17 10:32:18 AM

HailRobonia: See my vest, see my vest...


grizzly bear, underwear
 
2013-10-17 10:35:14 AM

Persnickety: "It all started because of that film," Vergara told The Associated Press. "That was computer-generated. But I wanted to do the real thing."

So the guy thinks a movie made in 1961 was computer generated?


He might mean the remake.
 
2013-10-17 11:04:03 AM
Showing a picture of the DVD box was  really helpful and showed us the magnitude of the craptastic yard.  Useless farking article.

/and you kids take your ball and get off of my lawn!
 
2013-10-17 11:12:09 AM

Millennium: Should have read The Starlight Barking instead.


THIS. Great book. Way better than either movie.
 
2013-10-17 11:13:26 AM

TheShavingofOccam123: 1. Dogs eat their own fllth
2. Cats don't eat their own filth.

Guess which side of the fence I'm on.


yah but cats walk around in their toilet and then walk on your counters and furniture.
 
2013-10-17 11:16:12 AM

TheShavingofOccam123: 1. Dogs eat their own fllth
2. Cats don't eat their own filth.

Guess which side of the fence I'm on.


3. Dogs eats the cat's filth
 
2013-10-17 11:26:35 AM

No Time To Explain: HailRobonia: See my vest, see my vest...

grizzly bear, underwear


See this hat?! Twas my cat.
 
2013-10-17 11:26:39 AM

TheShavingofOccam123: 1. Dogs eat their own fllth
2. Cats don't eat their own filth.

Guess which side of the fence I'm on.


Any animal that upon puking, immediatly eats it's own puke back up so you don't have to clean it, is a winner in my book. Meanwhile cats will hork puke-balls in your shoe, and just leave it there for you to find at 5:30 am
 
2013-10-17 11:37:50 AM

Onkel Buck: yah but cats walk around in their toilet and then walk on your counters and furniture.


Nah. That was me. Sorry 'bout that.
 
2013-10-17 11:41:25 AM

rjakobi: That movie has caused a large influx of inbred, deaf, and utterly mean Dalmatians at the hands of inbred puppy mill runners. The intentions are good, yeah, but still there's lots of crap involved.


Wait until a blockbuster movie has a nice and cute Cane Corso or Rhodisian Ridgeback
 
2013-10-17 11:51:45 AM

miniflea: rjakobi: That movie has caused a large influx of inbred, deaf, and utterly mean Dalmatians at the hands of inbred puppy mill runners. The intentions are good, yeah, but still there's lots of crap involved.

Finding Nemo killed a lot of clownfish too, which is sad since they really are one of the easiest saltwater fish to keep assuming you bother to take the time to learn what you are doing.


After the Hunger Games movie came out, pet store reported people wanting to buy mockingjays.
 
2013-10-17 12:03:00 PM
Tips for the lazy pet owner:
Get a dog that eats his own s#!¥ to spare yourself the choir of cleaning up after fido.
Also, who wants to clean a litter box? Just give fido access to mitten's crap box and bam, instantly clean kitty litter.
 
2013-10-17 12:16:45 PM
My mother had a Dalmatian/Labrador mix once, we called her breed either a Dalmador, or more often a Damnation.  We were fortunate enough to have the more positve aspects of both, but she did display the combo of Dalmatian's high-strung with Labrador bull-headedness from time to time.  At least, she had perfect hearing.
 
2013-10-17 01:01:39 PM
Patches was my favorite dog, but Allah bless him, he just wasn't the brightest star in the Dog universe.

/My Canis Major.
 
2013-10-17 01:02:55 PM
I was inspired by this movie as well. Luckily, my coats are much easier to take care of.
 
2013-10-17 02:13:56 PM

rjakobi: That movie has caused a large influx of inbred, deaf, and utterly mean Dalmatians at the hands of inbred puppy mill runners. The intentions are good, yeah, but still there's lots of crap involved.


101 Damnations. People like this need to be put down. And this should be one of the last things they see

www.thehollywoodnews.com
/House smiling is never a good thing.
 
2013-10-17 03:25:07 PM

TheShavingofOccam123: 1. Dogs eat their own fllth
2. Cats don't eat their own filth.

Guess which side of the fence I'm on.


What you do with your own filth is none of my business
 
2013-10-17 04:49:27 PM
What an idiot.

Though animal rescuing is a good thing.  Just not in this case.
 
2013-10-17 08:19:42 PM
My cousin had a dalmatian and it was the meanest dog I ever met. I would have preferred if the damn thing was a coat.
 
2013-10-17 08:22:02 PM
About 25 lbs a day.

- Works in rescue with about 100 dogs.  And since they are free range during the day this means traipsing around 10 acres picking up the, er, residue.
 
2013-10-17 10:42:44 PM
File this one under 'yet another farking ignoramus goes and gets whatever animal was featured in that movie/book/videogame franchise without reading up the amount of care that animal was going to need'.

Though this one sound like a good combination of 'mentally challenged' and 'mentally ill'.
 
2013-10-18 12:29:57 AM

HailRobonia: miniflea: rjakobi: That movie has caused a large influx of inbred, deaf, and utterly mean Dalmatians at the hands of inbred puppy mill runners. The intentions are good, yeah, but still there's lots of crap involved.

Finding Nemo killed a lot of clownfish too, which is sad since they really are one of the easiest saltwater fish to keep assuming you bother to take the time to learn what you are doing.

After the Hunger Games movie came out, pet store reported people wanting to buy mockingjays.


That's funny.  Did any hardcore fans ask for trackerjacks too?

To add to the list, rottweilers had a flux of popularity after The Omen came out (according to IMDB's Did You Know? page).
 
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