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2013-12-19 08:22:57 PM
Oh, I have to make sure ALL my dirty underwear gets into the covered hamper because I have a disgusting Sheltie who thinks they taste just divine!

/gag
 
2013-12-19 09:19:59 PM
I've known several dogs that would, at the very least, pull their owner's panties out of the hamper and lick the crotch... I just cut out the middle man and go for the source, but that's just me...
 
2013-12-19 09:22:16 PM
Maybe he just likes fish
 
2013-12-19 09:23:50 PM
Yeah well, groins are where all the good stuff happens.
 
2013-12-19 09:25:02 PM

SecretAgentWoman: Oh, I have to make sure ALL my dirty underwear gets into the covered hamper because I have a disgusting Sheltie who thinks they taste just divine!

/gag


Could be worse. He could be into bukkae.
 
2013-12-19 09:25:38 PM
I'm more curious as to what circumstances have led all these people to leave their underwear lying around an animal shelter.
 
2013-12-19 09:26:31 PM
Here kitty kitty kitty!
 
2013-12-19 09:27:07 PM
This dog knows what he likes-- period!
 
2013-12-19 09:28:21 PM

Arcturus72: I've known several dogs that would, at the very least, pull their owner's panties out of the hamper and lick the crotch... I just cut out the middle man and go for the source, but that's just me...


Hmmm, what do I think?  You're a dog.  Ok.  But then why does the real dog go for the panties?

/Free protein!
 
2013-12-19 09:28:29 PM
This thread is going to be a Ghastly affair.
 
2013-12-19 09:29:10 PM
Anything that smells the least bit "interesting" is fair game for a dog.

The part of a dog's brain that processes smell is larger, relative to the rest of their brain, than the part of a human's brain the processes sight.

Oh, to see the world through the  eyes nose of a dog.
 
2013-12-19 09:35:52 PM
My dog, near the end of her time here, got into a weird habit of eating my dirty socks.

At the time, I was living as a bachelor, and well, I just threw my socks anywhere.

I'll leave it to your imagination as to what it was like when they came out the other end.
 
2013-12-19 09:36:46 PM
Wait, submitter blames the dog?

Some kinky chick let him eat three pairs of her panties. The dog doesn't know any better.
 
2013-12-19 09:39:40 PM
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2013-12-19 09:40:57 PM
Although it still doesn't excuse the Japanese and their vending machines filled with used panties, it may explain it.
 
2013-12-19 09:41:57 PM
hmm. is this wrong? are we not supposed to do this?
 
2013-12-19 09:45:58 PM
For all the dirty dogs in here, for your viewing pleasure:

NSFW
 
2013-12-19 09:49:27 PM

TsarTom: I'm more curious as to what circumstances have led all these people to leave their underwear lying around an animal shelter.


Hey, don't judge me!
 
2013-12-19 09:51:20 PM
My dog does this with my wife's underwear. She likes the dirty ones the best. She'll collect them, sniff them, chew little holes in them. She even tries to WEAR them on occasion!...oh wait, this is me I'm talking about.
 
2013-12-19 09:52:00 PM

Suckmaster Burstingfoam: Wait, submitter blames the dog?

Some kinky chick let him eat three pairs of her panties. The dog doesn't know any better.


Bullcrap. I tried that exact excuse. They never believe you.
 
2013-12-19 09:57:50 PM
Two words:

snail trails
 
2013-12-19 10:03:23 PM

Cymbal: For all the dirty dogs in here, for your viewing pleasure:

NSFW


You're the man now, dog!
 
2013-12-19 10:06:47 PM
Gah, my ex roommate's dog used to do this, and is the reason I started hated beagles. I tried everything to keep them out of his reach, but he even jumped over a baby gate and managed to knock over the hamper on top of the washer to get them. Rat fark ate at least 15 pairs of underwear and three pairs of shoes. He's stare at me with this insolent look on his face when I'd catch him at it too. He's lucky I love animals, because I was seriously considering chucking him out the window.
 
2013-12-19 10:09:03 PM

Vector R: Gah, my ex roommate's dog used to do this, and is the reason I started hated beagles. I tried everything to keep them out of his reach, but he even jumped over a baby gate and managed to knock over the hamper on top of the washer to get them. Rat fark ate at least 15 pairs of underwear and three pairs of shoes. He's stare at me with this insolent look on his face when I'd catch him at it too. He's lucky I love animals, because I was seriously considering chucking him out the window.


At least he wasn't shooting down German triplanes. Those things make a hell of a mess.
 
2013-12-19 10:09:46 PM

dv-ous: Anything that smells the least bit "interesting" is fair game for a dog.


Dogs don't differentiate between good smells and bad smells (they have no concept of "disgust"), but they looove potent smells. The smellier the smell, the more they like it.

Take a dog to the nearest landfill and he'd think he's gone to puppy Heaven.
 
2013-12-19 10:10:02 PM

SecretAgentWoman: Oh, I have to make sure ALL my dirty underwear gets into the covered hamper because I have a disgusting Sheltie who thinks they taste just divine!

/gag


The dog we had growing up would haul any used tampon or maxi-pad she could get her paws on out into the open and proceed to try and eat them.  It made for some awkward dinners.
 
2013-12-19 10:12:01 PM

SecretAgentWoman: Oh, I have to make sure ALL my dirty underwear gets into the covered hamper because I have a disgusting Sheltie who thinks they taste just divine!

/gag


Dogs do love the taste of peanut butter...
 
2013-12-19 10:13:11 PM
I have a friend whose dog likes to run under the bed and eat the crotch out of her panties.

Dogs are pervs, whatever.
 
2013-12-19 10:17:40 PM

baconbeard: SecretAgentWoman: Oh, I have to make sure ALL my dirty underwear gets into the covered hamper because I have a disgusting Sheltie who thinks they taste just divine!

/gag

Dogs do love the taste of peanut butter...


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2013-12-19 10:19:51 PM
As if humping legs was never a kinky fetish?

I know the couple of times I tried it, my gf thought it was a really weird and told me to stop.
 
2013-12-19 10:28:20 PM

Ishkur: dv-ous: Anything that smells the least bit "interesting" is fair game for a dog.

Dogs don't differentiate between good smells and bad smells (they have no concept of "disgust"), but they looove potent smells. The smellier the smell, the more they like it.

Take a dog to the nearest landfill and he'd think he's gone to puppy Heaven.


Isn't disgust natures way of saying "hey, that's probably poison?"

And what about dogs that are picky eaters? .... Are there dogs that are picky eaters?
 
2013-12-19 10:32:02 PM
Well at least you know what to get that dog for christmas.
 
2013-12-19 10:40:03 PM
Dogs don't have opposable thumbs. They can't put panties on their heads. Evolution will resolve that issue in about another million years as long as humans can stay in their current DNA stasis.
 
2013-12-19 10:47:20 PM

SecretAgentWoman: Oh, I have to make sure ALL my dirty underwear gets into the covered hamper because I have a disgusting Sheltie who thinks they taste just divine!

/gag


I have the weirdest boner after reading that.
 
2013-12-19 10:53:12 PM

sendtodave: Isn't disgust natures way of saying "hey, that's probably poison?"


Disgust is a learned trait. No one is born knowing what is disgusting, and it varies from culture to culture and even from individual to individual. Infants play with, and occasionally eat, feces all the time. Things like obscenity, decency, disgust, and yes, even morality, must be taught and indoctrinated. There have been studies on it.

/besides, a lot of poisons are colorless, odorless and flavorless, so using disgust as a barometer for what is harmful to you isn't all that helpful
 
2013-12-19 10:56:00 PM

sendtodave: And what about dogs that are picky eaters? .... Are there dogs that are picky eaters?


Dogs can most certainly be picky eaters, but don't confuse disgust for preference. Fido will eat his dry kibble if he's hungry enough, but he'd much rather wait around for your yummy table scraps instead. Mmmmmm.. .steak fat.
 
2013-12-19 11:08:09 PM

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"Let..me..see chew..that..thong, thong, thong, thong!"

 
2013-12-19 11:18:00 PM

Ishkur: sendtodave: Isn't disgust natures way of saying "hey, that's probably poison?"

Disgust is a learned trait. No one is born knowing what is disgusting, and it varies from culture to culture and even from individual to individual. Infants play with, and occasionally eat, feces all the time. Things like obscenity, decency, disgust, and yes, even morality, must be taught and indoctrinated. There have been studies on it.

/besides, a lot of poisons are colorless, odorless and flavorless, so using disgust as a barometer for what is harmful to you isn't all that helpful


Huh. I thought that "poison" the reason behind why some things taste bitter, why poisonous animals have certain bright colors, and why some things are icky.
 
2013-12-19 11:19:53 PM
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2013-12-19 11:20:21 PM

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That is one sexy biatch.
 
2013-12-19 11:30:05 PM
Some dogs just can't get into that sort of thing...

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2013-12-20 12:07:51 AM
reincarnation is a thing apparently
 
2013-12-20 12:19:10 AM
My 2 dogs just got into a fight over my wife's undies last night, so I'm getting a kick.
 
2013-12-20 12:32:00 AM

Lsherm: SecretAgentWoman: Oh, I have to make sure ALL my dirty underwear gets into the covered hamper because I have a disgusting Sheltie who thinks they taste just divine!

/gag

The dog we had growing up would haul any used tampon or maxi-pad she could get her paws on out into the open and proceed to try and eat them.  It made for some awkward dinners.


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2013-12-20 01:04:15 AM

Ed Grubermann: Lsherm: SecretAgentWoman: Oh, I have to make sure ALL my dirty underwear gets into the covered hamper because I have a disgusting Sheltie who thinks they taste just divine!

/gag

The dog we had growing up would haul any used tampon or maxi-pad she could get her paws on out into the open and proceed to try and eat them.  It made for some awkward dinners.

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That post would work so much better if Brian was eating a tampon.
 
2013-12-20 01:41:26 AM
When we were teens we used to go smell bicycle seats girls had been riding, is that the same puppy dogs do to panties?
 
2013-12-20 02:01:36 AM
My wife's worn panties are the best.

/especially after she's worn them while rubbing her 'kitty' and purposefully leaves them for me to find later
 
2013-12-20 02:07:40 AM
When my pit was a puppy, she ate a pair of my thong underwear. Swallowed em whole. She actually looks a lot like the dog in tfa.

Not a particularly unique trait, worth writing an article about, but i was amused at the guilty look on the dogs face in the pic accompanying the article. Pits always look guilty to me.
 
2013-12-20 03:18:42 AM

Ishkur: Dogs don't differentiate between good smells and bad smells (they have no concept of "disgust"), but they looove potent smells. The smellier the smell, the more they like it.


There are smells that dogs don't like, but their tolerance is far higher than ours, and it's often for different things.  It's part of why I get annoyed at stories about people who have 'the smell of a dog' being disabled by something mildly stinky.

Lsherm: The dog we had growing up would haul any used tampon or maxi-pad she could get her paws on out into the open and proceed to try and eat them. It made for some awkward dinners.


She?  Interesting.  I would have thought it'd be more interesting/common to male dogs.

I wonder it it's tied into evolutionary pressure to hide menstration signals.  I know it can be a food trigger for bears.
 
2013-12-20 03:52:47 AM

Firethorn: Ishkur: Dogs don't differentiate between good smells and bad smells (they have no concept of "disgust"), but they looove potent smells. The smellier the smell, the more they like it.

There are smells that dogs don't like, but their tolerance is far higher than ours, and it's often for different things.  It's part of why I get annoyed at stories about people who have 'the smell of a dog' being disabled by something mildly stinky.

Lsherm: The dog we had growing up would haul any used tampon or maxi-pad she could get her paws on out into the open and proceed to try and eat them. It made for some awkward dinners.

She?  Interesting.  I would have thought it'd be more interesting/common to male dogs.

I wonder it it's tied into evolutionary pressure to hide menstration signals.  I know it can be a food trigger for bears.


I don't think dogs give a shiat - human menstruation is going to smell as exciting to male or female dogs because dog menstruation probably smells just as exciting to male or female dogs.  They don't give a shiat.  It's a smell!

SQUIRREL!

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