rustypouch: I think it would be something like "I love lasagna."
RalphW: I'm 99% certain that the YDWS Fark cliche started with a story just like this back in the late 90's/early aughts.
mike_d85: Sure, but how would they understand us? It's like we expect them to understand human languages or something. Sure they pick up one or two verbal cues, but they aren't exactly travelling bards. I think this would get more frustrating if a dog was spouting broken English at you, but couldn't understand the reply.Also, maybe your dog is a dick who mutters smart-assed comments as he does things you ask him to. You'd grow to hate him.
Gaseous Anomaly: Why not just use M-o-o-o-orse?
dogdaze: [i219.photobucket.com image 374x501]
DjangoStonereaver: She can say anything she wants and I'll believe her:[www.examiner.com image 500x673]
Loadmaster: Clifford D. Simak thought this up in 1952, in his sci-fi collection City.Basically, before leaving Earth for good, humans give dogs speech synthesizers and robot companions.
mongbiohazard: rustypouch: I think it would be something like "I love lasagna."I thought the first couple episodes were decent, but after that the show has catapulted in to full-on twisted awesomeness.
morg: As reported in the Lifestyle section of the South China Morning Post. You know, where you always go for Scandinavian technology news.
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