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#68 - itsmypenis **User deleted account**
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#63 - rel
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Tags...actually used RIGHT?
#57 - bighairyfart
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(01/12/2013) [-]
ive seen enough hentai to know where this is going
#78 to #57 - jimmytwoshoes
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spider-man version
#80 to #78 - bighairyfart
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thats the EXACT pic i had in mind, but i didnt have it, so, thank you
#81 to #80 - jimmytwoshoes
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youre welcome fellow funnyjunker
#56 - hentaisweetie
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Looks like a cactus mixed with an octopus.
#50 - blutzcrunk
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<And that totally happened
#46 - douchebuttt
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#39 - anon
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Story time

This reminds me of when my 5 week old puppy ate a rock and the vet said she could not see his intestines where they should be in the X-ray and that the rock was not actually "in" his intestine, and there were too many " foreign speckles" in his body; In conclusion, the rock had ruptured open his intestines and all his bodily fluids were excreting into every open cavity in his body. He was essentially a walking dead puppy, even though he was up and about and very vibrant with life, and had no temperature (his body must've been in shock and due to his age- his immune system didn't react to any of this- therefore no fever, obviously, right?) a walking miracle, no doubt. Because he was such a conundrum she insisted an overnight stay on fluids to see if she could get a better X-ray picture (which i had to pay for), OR we put him down on the spot right there. AND if the overnight stay with fluids proved her right, he would be put down anyways, on top of the charges for the stay. I took the gamble, I wasn't ready to put him down on a whim, essentially taking the gamble on a thousand dollar bill in the end. Turns out he was absolutely fine. the fluids pushed the rock out, and the foreign speckles were just common puppy-fatty fluids in his muscles, and the intestines weren't visible in the X-ray because they were so small (before being pumped full of liquid), apparently she never X-ray'd a puppy before.

TLDR it was lupus and vets are hellbent on sentencing your loving companions to death
#33 - godqueso
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I had to put down my dog today, so this post has really bad timing
I had to put down my dog today, so this post has really bad timing
#84 to #33 - fartextractor
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i know that feeling man....i hope you get well soon
#55 to #33 - arachnospresso [OP]
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I'm sorry bro. It's a hard loss to go through, and I apologize for the bad timing of this post. Keep your chin up dude. :)
#54 to #33 - checkyesjuliet
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its ok bro... i never had a dog but i am a dog walker. 1 dog Bella i have gotten very attached to. she was older then me. 16 years old... they had to put her down. i knew this. the last time i walked her i couldn't stop crying. i miss her everyday. i know that feel... its not a good one.
its ok bro... i never had a dog but i am a dog walker. 1 dog Bella i have gotten very attached to. she was older then me. 16 years old... they had to put her down. i knew this. the last time i walked her i couldn't stop crying. i miss her everyday. i know that feel... its not a good one.
#31 - trollwaffle
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god damn dofs are my soft spot. i hope this furry little ****** has many more years in him
#34 to #31 - grumpythefirst
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Dofs are my softspot too man..
#35 to #34 - trollwaffle
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to be fair i cant be too single minded, i also lie cafs
#36 to #35 - trollwaffle
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like*
#37 to #36 - grumpythefirst
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Cafs are definitely up there. Not as good as dofs, but yeah.
#38 to #37 - trollwaffle
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indeed i also once had a pet moufe
#40 to #38 - grumpythefirst
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moufe. I had a rabbif once.
#41 to #40 - trollwaffle
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sounds good i have a few tortoifes, but they are pretty boring as far as pets go
#42 to #41 - grumpythefirst
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Yeah, they don't move much. The best pet I ever had though was a crocodifle.
#43 to #42 - trollwaffle
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or a tifer
#44 to #43 - grumpythefirst
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Yeah, they are.. all right, I guess. Also, have you ever seen a beaf?
#45 to #44 - trollwaffle
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indeed, also the elusive polar beaf
#47 to #45 - grumpythefirst
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Yeah, I heard there isn't many of them left though. What about panfa beafs?
#51 to #47 - trollwaffle
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apparently not :( well this has been a good use of my lazy typing, and other than a good laugh all it has made me is hungry. must be the beaf referencing. anyway i bid you farewell i must depart now for i have been drinking and i must sleep. p.s. buy yourself a koafa beaf
#52 to #51 - grumpythefirst
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I enjoyed our chat.
#53 to #52 - trollwaffle
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as did i. take care
#29 - alexwise
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#28 - breakfastlunch
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Doctors these days... they don't know what they're talking about, right, Jesse?
Doctors these days... they don't know what they're talking about, right, Jesse?
#59 to #28 - blutzcrunk
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^That's not Jesse.
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#26 - MakeMehASammich ONLINE
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My Labrador is 16 years old. I'm glad she's lived so long, but she's gotten so old and frail.
#16 - organicglory
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the vet
#30 to #16 - stealthpsybeast
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#25 to #16 - divinedpk
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#15 - fallnsoul
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**fallnsoul rolled a random image posted in comment #2530609 at My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic **
#14 - robertolee
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(01/12/2013) [-]
The sign is ******* taped to the dog!
#19 to #14 - kanatana
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I've seen dogs roll around in their own poop. There is nothing that tape can do to their fur that poo can't.
#20 to #19 - robertolee
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I can imagine that **** would be pretty painful for the dog though. Unless my dogs just a super sensitive pussy.
#24 to #20 - thelastamerican
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You seem to be under the impression that office tape is strong enough to actually pull hair out.
#21 to #20 - kanatana
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Not really. Grab the tuft of fur (if it's over a half inch or so) and hold it gently but firmly. Make sure there's no tension on the skin itself. Gently pull the tape off of the fur, without pulling on the dog's skin. Problem solved.
#22 to #21 - robertolee
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Ah right, fair enough. I still wouldn't be taping **** to my dog though.
#23 to #22 - kanatana
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Fair enough. Though scotch tape has very little sticking power to human or animal hair. It likely wouldn't hurt at all.
#61 to #23 - blutzcrunk
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Humans are animals
#62 to #61 - kanatana
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Technically, yeah.
#64 to #62 - blutzcrunk
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#13 - mycathascancer
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#60 to #13 - jurto
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#12 - atma
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(01/12/2013) [-]
happy birthday dog
#8 - guavaaddict
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(01/11/2013) [-]
I thought of this
#7 - spangle
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