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(Detroit Free Press)   Ten-year-old girl successfully sues to get poodle back from her Mom's ex-boyfriend. Boy, there must be dander in here. Poodles are hypoallergenic? Well screw you, subby thinks it's sweet   (freep.com) divider line 50
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2013-11-25 06:05:12 AM
Nice story, but i still remember breaking up with a old live in gf, and when i came back to get my stuff, she had left, locked the doors, and put my clothes out on the stoop. She kept my tv, furniture, lamps, and pretty much everything i had bought. Never did get it back.

/biatch.
 
2013-11-25 06:06:16 AM
How come girls always think the animal you've got is theirs? Every break up I've had, I loose a pet.
 
2013-11-25 06:17:16 AM

Bit'O'Gristle: Nice story, but i still remember breaking up with a old live in gf, and when i came back to get my stuff, she had left, locked the doors, and put my clothes out on the stoop. She kept my tv, furniture, lamps, and pretty much everything i had bought. Never did get it back.

/biatch.


Jesus, man.  What did she think you did that set her off like that?
 
2013-11-25 06:25:00 AM
Whenever I see an ad on craigslist for a free cat/dog/hamster/whatever I always reply to it by asking exactly how tasty that particular animal is. This has nothing to do with the topic at hand.

/Carry on.
 
2013-11-25 06:25:27 AM
A picture of the girl's lawyer. Apparently he specializes in these types of cases.
farm4.staticflickr.com
 
2013-11-25 06:25:51 AM
If a second person had to be involved to bring the dog from the parking lot into the building, clearly they've omitted something important to the story.
 
2013-11-25 06:35:44 AM
Yes, there's nothing sweeter than teaching a ten year old that litigation is the solution to everything in life that doesn't go your way.
 
2013-11-25 06:42:32 AM
you people are really grasping for these 'dust in here' stories these days. nut up. stop crying. else you'll never get laid
 
d23 [TotalFark]
2013-11-25 06:47:31 AM

Smurfme: How come girls always think the animal you've got is theirs? Every break up I've had, I loose a pet.


You ought to get a fenced in yard, dude.  You shouldn't loose your pets on the neighborhood.
 
2013-11-25 06:49:59 AM

awalkingecho: Yes, there's nothing sweeter than teaching a ten year old that litigation is the solution there are remedies to everything in life that doesn't go your way involve you shooting or beating them up or taking it up the ass.


/she'll learn about the last one later in life.
 
2013-11-25 06:51:01 AM

Lady J: you people are really grasping for these 'dust in here' stories these days. nut up. stop crying. else you'll never get laid


yeah seriously... I mean with all the wonderful news we see every day, why would anyone want to see anything positive?
 
2013-11-25 06:54:31 AM

awalkingecho: Yes, there's nothing sweeter than teaching a ten year old that litigation is the solution to everything in life that doesn't go your way.


That.
 
d23 [TotalFark]
2013-11-25 07:09:40 AM

OregonVet: awalkingecho: Yes, there's nothing sweeter than teaching a ten year old that litigation is the solution to everything in life that doesn't go your way.

That.


Yeah.  The American way is definitely to go buy a gun and defend your property.
 
2013-11-25 07:10:37 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: Lady J: you people are really grasping for these 'dust in here' stories these days. nut up. stop crying. else you'll never get laid

yeah seriously... I mean with all the wonderful news we see every day, why would anyone want to see anything positive?


you can be positive without crying at the drop of a hat. in fact, they're basically opposite, therefore your point is moot and I win
 
2013-11-25 07:18:35 AM
I'd sue if I was on that jury. A poodle?! I've had some wacky dogs before but the only one I'd fight god himself for was a border collie that ate my fence.
 
2013-11-25 07:30:11 AM

Lady J: HindiDiscoMonster: Lady J: you people are really grasping for these 'dust in here' stories these days. nut up. stop crying. else you'll never get laid

yeah seriously... I mean with all the wonderful news we see every day, why would anyone want to see anything positive?

you can be positive without crying at the drop of a hat. in fact, they're basically opposite, therefore your point is moot and I win


I'm sorry, did I miss someone in here saying something about dust or crying? One of us must be blind. If you think my point is moot, then I am afraid you are the one with the problem. When did you arrive from Vulcan?
 
2013-11-25 07:35:26 AM

Bit'O'Gristle: Nice story, but i still remember breaking up with a old live in gf, and when i came back to get my stuff, she had left, locked the doors, and put my clothes out on the stoop. She kept my tv, furniture, lamps, and pretty much everything i had bought. Never did get it back.

/biatch.


Yes, she's the biatch for taking all your stuff.....


I had a poodle as a kid. Great dog. Smart as a uh, smart dog. Now I have stupid beagles.
 
2013-11-25 07:37:24 AM
Q: How is a poodle like a merkin?

A: How is a poodle not like a merkin.
 
2013-11-25 07:43:02 AM

HindiDiscoMonster: Lady J: HindiDiscoMonster: Lady J: you people are really grasping for these 'dust in here' stories these days. nut up. stop crying. else you'll never get laid

yeah seriously... I mean with all the wonderful news we see every day, why would anyone want to see anything positive?

you can be positive without crying at the drop of a hat. in fact, they're basically opposite, therefore your point is moot and I win

I'm sorry, did I miss someone in here saying something about dust or crying? One of us must be blind. If you think my point is moot, then I am afraid you are the one with the problem. When did you arrive from Vulcan?


You know how I know you didn't read the headline?
 
2013-11-25 07:46:41 AM
Looks more like a bijon to me.
 
2013-11-25 07:47:57 AM
That dog is excusable for a ten-year-old girl.


Shakespeare's Monkey: A picture of the girl's lawyer. Apparently he specializes in these types of cases.
[farm4.staticflickr.com image 300x180]


And according to TFA, the guy's lawyer is Mr. Bean.
 
2013-11-25 07:48:05 AM
First it was taking candy from babies.
Now its taking poodles from preteens.
 
2013-11-25 07:52:55 AM

Lady J: you people are really grasping for these 'dust in here' stories these days. nut up. stop crying. else you'll never get laid


This made me fap.
 
2013-11-25 08:06:34 AM

freewill: Lady J: you people are really grasping for these 'dust in here' stories these days. nut up. stop crying. else you'll never get laid

This made me fap.


erm. imagine me saying it in my British accent. all Britishy

/sincerely hope that doesnt do anything for you, else this is getting gross
 
2013-11-25 08:14:11 AM

Bit'O'Gristle: Nice story, but i still remember breaking up with a old live in gf, and when i came back to get my stuff, she had left, locked the doors, and put my clothes out on the stoop. She kept my tv, furniture, lamps, and pretty much everything i had bought. Never did get it back.

/biatch.


Buddy of mine dumped his live in girlfriend (for a 19 year old),  gave her a few days to clear out,  she took the TV and some stuff, put all his clothes in the tub and dumped all his cologne on them,  and the kicker,  and I give her points for creativity,  she put a ton of glitter on the tops of the ceiling fan blades. Every time I go over there still I wind up picking glitter off myself when I leave.
 
2013-11-25 08:21:48 AM
Depening on what the 19 year old looks like, I'd say it's probably worth it. :)
 
2013-11-25 08:24:38 AM
Wow, Encyclopedia Brown is diversifying.
 
2013-11-25 08:25:39 AM

foo monkey: HindiDiscoMonster: Lady J: HindiDiscoMonster: Lady J: you people are really grasping for these 'dust in here' stories these days. nut up. stop crying. else you'll never get laid

yeah seriously... I mean with all the wonderful news we see every day, why would anyone want to see anything positive?

you can be positive without crying at the drop of a hat. in fact, they're basically opposite, therefore your point is moot and I win

I'm sorry, did I miss someone in here saying something about dust or crying? One of us must be blind. If you think my point is moot, then I am afraid you are the one with the problem. When did you arrive from Vulcan?

You know how I know you didn't read the headline?


you know how I know your reading comprehension leaves much to be desired?
 
2013-11-25 08:30:10 AM
He took her dog?  That's pretty low, mister!  If I had a rubber hose, I would beat you-
 
2013-11-25 08:37:10 AM

Bit'O'Gristle: Nice story, but i still remember breaking up with a old live in gf, and when i came back to get my stuff, she had left, locked the doors, and put my clothes out on the stoop. She kept my tv, furniture, lamps, and pretty much everything i had bought. Never did get it back.

/biatch.


Yeah my guess is something similar happened and she screamed "you ain't getting nothing back!!!" So took what he could grab as collateral then gave the dog back after her mother told her daughter to cry on camera.
 
2013-11-25 08:37:29 AM

Cyno01: Bit'O'Gristle: Nice story, but i still remember breaking up with a old live in gf, and when i came back to get my stuff, she had left, locked the doors, and put my clothes out on the stoop. She kept my tv, furniture, lamps, and pretty much everything i had bought. Never did get it back.

/biatch.

Buddy of mine dumped his live in girlfriend (for a 19 year old),  gave her a few days to clear out,  she took the TV and some stuff, put all his clothes in the tub and dumped all his cologne on them,  and the kicker,  and I give her points for creativity,  she put a ton of glitter on the tops of the ceiling fan blades. Every time I go over there still I wind up picking glitter off myself when I leave.


Sounds like your buddy already was living with a 19 year old.
 
2013-11-25 08:39:16 AM
How nice for the little girl.  But, it's only one half of a story.

My ex gave away the family dog to the great woe of my then young children, years later she dumped her two cats at a shelter, and told my kids that the cats ran away.  Therefore, I can envision a lot of scenarios in which this guy is getting screwed for being male by the family courts.
 
2013-11-25 08:40:00 AM

foo monkey: Bit'O'Gristle: Nice story, but i still remember breaking up with a old live in gf, and when i came back to get my stuff, she had left, locked the doors, and put my clothes out on the stoop. She kept my tv, furniture, lamps, and pretty much everything i had bought. Never did get it back.

/biatch.

Yes, she's the biatch for taking all your stuff.....


I had a poodle as a kid. Great dog. Smart as a uh, smart dog. Now I have stupid beagles.


So someone who steals everything you bought is the victim?
 
2013-11-25 08:41:28 AM

Lady J: freewill: Lady J: you people are really grasping for these 'dust in here' stories these days. nut up. stop crying. else you'll never get laid

This made me fap.

erm. imagine me saying it in my British accent. all Britishy

/sincerely hope that doesnt do anything for you, else this is getting gross


It depends on whether or not you're holding a riding crop.
 
2013-11-25 08:50:17 AM

Ker_Thwap: How nice for the little girl.  But, it's only one half of a story.

My ex gave away the family dog to the great woe of my then young children, years later she dumped her two cats at a shelter, and told my kids that the cats ran away.  Therefore, I can envision a lot of scenarios in which this guy is getting screwed for being male by the family courts.


When some friends of mine were splitting up she insisted on the dogs so he said fine but he got his attorney to put a clause in about once she took possession she could not give them away or put them down without penalty.

Once that was pointed out he had the dogs back by the end of the day.
 
2013-11-25 08:52:04 AM

Brick-House: First it was taking candy from babies.
Now its taking poodles from preteens.


I think its more that he bought the dog for the GF and then she used her daughter for sympathy to get the dog back.
 
2013-11-25 08:57:30 AM

steamingpile: Ker_Thwap: How nice for the little girl.  But, it's only one half of a story.

My ex gave away the family dog to the great woe of my then young children, years later she dumped her two cats at a shelter, and told my kids that the cats ran away.  Therefore, I can envision a lot of scenarios in which this guy is getting screwed for being male by the family courts.

When some friends of mine were splitting up she insisted on the dogs so he said fine but he got his attorney to put a clause in about once she took possession she could not give them away or put them down without penalty.

Once that was pointed out he had the dogs back by the end of the day.


Wish I'd had this attorney.  Mine just took my money without being clever, or in any way protecting me.
 
2013-11-25 09:25:36 AM
No subby, there are no such things as hypoallergenic dogs or cats.  Anyone claiming to have one is trying to scam you.
 
2013-11-25 09:29:25 AM

PsyLord: No subby, there are no such things as hypoallergenic dogs or cats.  Anyone claiming to have one is trying to scam you.


There are no such things as...looks like you already posted that.
I went to an allergist and they had a copy of a scientific study for people to take and look at.  Especially for people whose kids are allergic to pet hair and dander and who incidentally, own pets.  The article basically stated that there are no such thing as hypoallergenic pets and as long as the pets are there, your kids will still have allergies.  Even if you deep clean the floor every single day, there will be enough remnants of pet dander and mites to cause allergies.  The only solution is to get rid of the pets.
 
2013-11-25 10:44:00 AM

steamingpile: foo monkey: Bit'O'Gristle: Nice story, but i still remember breaking up with a old live in gf, and when i came back to get my stuff, she had left, locked the doors, and put my clothes out on the stoop. She kept my tv, furniture, lamps, and pretty much everything i had bought. Never did get it back.

/biatch.

Yes, she's the biatch for taking all your stuff.....


I had a poodle as a kid. Great dog. Smart as a uh, smart dog. Now I have stupid beagles.

So someone who steals everything you bought is the victim?


Not busting down the door does.
 
2013-11-25 11:03:05 AM

Lady J: you people are really grasping for these 'dust in here' stories these days. nut up. stop crying. else you'll never get laid


I think we need the "Tough Man" version of the Studman69 image
 
2013-11-25 11:15:21 AM

Ed Willy: Lady J: you people are really grasping for these 'dust in here' stories these days. nut up. stop crying. else you'll never get laid

I think we need the "Tough Man" version of the Studman69 image


We already have ITG Magazine and the gym in 26 minutes guy. What more do you want?
 
2013-11-25 11:16:35 AM
CSB?

Wife and I separated for a year. I lived in apartments and what not during that time. She stayed in the house with the kids. Had a boyfriend move in that convinced her to sell all of our furniture,most of my tools, tvs, and pretty much anything that wasn't bolted down or part of the foundation. They got a dog that chewed everything from baby pictures to door frames.. well, she kicks the guy out, and when he brought the moving truck, he cleared the house out.. nothing left.. my kids have one bed that they share now,and no TV or couch or anything in the living room.. he also took all of their Disney princess movies(I'm kinda wondering about that myself). When he left he emptied her bank account of 800 bucks and took the dog. He kept saying "I'll give you the money back if you don't kick me out" or "you can have the dog back but I'm coming back with it"... needless to say, she didn't buy it.. since then I'm back with my wife, and I keep finding that more and more of my stuff is missing. Trying to work on the marriage is tough enough, but seeing what this shiathead did and how she was manipulated really makes me sad. My wife is a wonderful person that didn't deserve all of that. Yes I dealt with my own demons during that year of separation. I blame myself for a lot.. but when he called the other day telling her she could "come pick up the dog at his place" she calmly said " keep the farking dog" and hung up.. I still haven't told her "I told you so"... I just hug and kiss her and smile.. I know I'm going to get blasted because,ya know, welcome to fark,but I love my wife and I don't mind eating a shiat sandwich when I know its worth it in the long run...
End CSB..
 
2013-11-25 11:37:43 AM

Hoopy Frood: If a second person had to be involved to bring the dog from the parking lot into the building, clearly they've omitted something important to the story.


One thing everyone seems to have missed, but it was right in the article itself;
Rechter's previous attorney, Jonathan Jones, had argued in court filings that, "Plaintiff abandoned the dog, gave it to the defendant to take care of it, knowing he wanted to care for the dog and took another dog with her the day she left."

So, he said he wanted the dog, the mom agreed and took the other one.  I'm speculating here, but since she was starting a court case to sue him already, I'm guessing that she's now in the evil biatch/make him pay mode and this story is nothing more than another one of her attempts.  The child may have grown up around both animals, but ultimately is just a tear-jerking mechanism to make him seem evil;  "My child wants ~her~ dog back, and he's keeping it from us!".

Good for soft news, but the one-sidedness of it, excepting that choice bit of information above, makes me question the veracity.
 
2013-11-25 02:27:28 PM

eyeq360: no such things as...looks like you already posted that.I went to an allergist and they had a copy of a scientific study for people to take and look at.  Especially for people whose kids are allergic to pet hair and dander and who incidentally, own pets.  The article basically stated that there are no such thing as hypoallergenic pets and as long as the pets are there, your kids will still have allergies.  Even if you deep clean the flo


Poodles and poodle mixes and a few other breeds have hair as opposed to fur or something though. They still have dander, which is what the allergen is, but since they dont shed (their hair needs to be cut), a lot less of it winds up everywhere. Theyre not "hypoallergenic" but they are better for people who have allergies. I have a poodle mix and i can get by with just a claratin most days and some even not, but if i go over to my our friends house who have 2 labs, or another who have a pit mix, i get pretty bad after an hour even with allergy meds. Last week my fiancee brushed our dog on the couch though, and even though she cleaned up the hair, there was enough dander that when i sat down not knowing, i was miserable even with a claratin, benadryl and flonase. New rule, she has to brush the dog on the floor, and vacuum and run the air purifier on high right away.
 
2013-11-25 04:51:48 PM
I have severe allergies to dogs. Thus far the only dogs that don't send my allergies into overdrive are Poodles. Not mixes, the real thing. My sister's Dobie, a wonderful dog, makes me break out into hives. If he licks me, I end up with welts. that's true of every dog I've been around, except the Poodles. So that's why my service dog is a Poodle.
 
2013-11-25 04:54:49 PM

Dr gLove: CSB?

Wife and I separated for a year. I lived in apartments and what not during that time. She stayed in the house with the kids. Had a boyfriend move in that convinced her to sell all of our furniture,most of my tools, tvs, and pretty much anything that wasn't bolted down or part of the foundation. They got a dog that chewed everything from baby pictures to door frames.. well, she kicks the guy out, and when he brought the moving truck, he cleared the house out.. nothing left.. my kids have one bed that they share now,and no TV or couch or anything in the living room.. he also took all of their Disney princess movies(I'm kinda wondering about that myself). When he left he emptied her bank account of 800 bucks and took the dog. He kept saying "I'll give you the money back if you don't kick me out" or "you can have the dog back but I'm coming back with it"... needless to say, she didn't buy it.. since then I'm back with my wife, and I keep finding that more and more of my stuff is missing. Trying to work on the marriage is tough enough, but seeing what this shiathead did and how she was manipulated really makes me sad. My wife is a wonderful person that didn't deserve all of that. Yes I dealt with my own demons during that year of separation. I blame myself for a lot.. but when he called the other day telling her she could "come pick up the dog at his place" she calmly said " keep the farking dog" and hung up.. I still haven't told her "I told you so"... I just hug and kiss her and smile.. I know I'm going to get blasted because,ya know, welcome to fark,but I love my wife and I don't mind eating a shiat sandwich when I know its worth it in the long run...
End CSB..


Not a cool story unless you did something to force her hand for the separation then sad story but understandable.
 
2013-11-25 08:43:05 PM

Khazar-Khum: I have severe allergies to dogs. Thus far the only dogs that don't send my allergies into overdrive are Poodles. Not mixes, the real thing. My sister's Dobie, a wonderful dog, makes me break out into hives. If he licks me, I end up with welts. that's true of every dog I've been around, except the Poodles. So that's why my service dog is a Poodle.


Labradoodles were originally bred to combine the hypo-allergenic qualities of the poodle with the trainable mentality of a lab.
 
2013-11-26 12:57:48 AM

Goodluckfox: Looks more like a bijon to me.


White miniature poodles look a LOT like bichons. In part cause they don't get the goofy poodle clip, in part cause they have shorter legs for their body size, like a lot of miniature breeds. There was a brown one that used to hang around the art building at my school (he belonged to one of the teachers), and he looked more like a brown bichon (which doesn't exist) than a standard poodle.
 
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