No Matter How Hard You Try. You will never be this happy.. Unless you're a turtle eating a strawberry. or that cute
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#2 - muchio (03/25/2013) [-]
Unless you're a turtle eating a ******* strawberry.
#12 to #2 - sirhyden (03/26/2013) [-]
Equal or a pretty close second....
#3 to #2 - eddymolly ONLINE (03/25/2013) [-]
#5 to #3 - regasvah (03/26/2013) [-]
Animals and strawberries thread?
#1 - twi (03/25/2013) [-]
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#4 - waffies (03/26/2013) [-]
Well yeah it's cute, but i can't be happy now that you said that! I really don't know if i WILL ever be that happy!!!
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User avatar #9 to #8 - demandsgayversion (03/26/2013) [-]
I have a half chihuahua half jack russel, tiny little ****** the size of a black man's penis, (big for a penis, small for a dog), and he kicks my pittbull's ASS! They both think he's a big dog.
User avatar #11 to #8 - thejellybear (03/26/2013) [-]
EVERY animal has the capacity for violence. At their most basic, a Pitbull (same as a Shepard or a Rottweiler) was created to protect and defend. It is inherently a violent creature. However, I am not saying they can't be trained. I think every dog can be trained. Every dog, just like every human, can be triggered to commit violent acts. I love all dogs, I do. I work with many, many dogs. My worst experience with a dog came at the hands (paws? teeth?) of a Pitbull, a loving family dog, which became provoked with no visible warning. I had to defend a coworker from the dog and lock it in a closet until animal control arrived to defuse the situation. My coworker and I, however, defended the dog and the owners, because we understand any dog can act out without warning. However, because of my experience, and the history of the dog, I am naturally predisposed to act with extra caution around dogs of that type. You can't say they're NOT dangerous. They are not all bloodthirsty killers, but they're (all dogs) ALL dangerous. They're animals. Hell, HUMANS are more dangerous, but we don't outlaw them.

TL;DR: All dogs are dangerous, it's silly to think that they have no capacity for violence. However, I love all dogs and respect them as well.
#13 to #11 - John Cena (03/26/2013) [-]
Pit Bulls were not bred to be protective or guard dogs, they were bred for dog fighting.
User avatar #15 to #13 - thejellybear (03/26/2013) [-]
They were developed for farmwork: driving livestock, protecting the farm and the like. Some more distinct breeds were bred for fighting purposes specifically.
#19 to #15 - John Cena (03/26/2013) [-]
PITbull, PIT. These are the ones bred for fighting. Other bulldog breeds exist which are far more docile - a lot of the dogs people use as examples of pitbulls being all cuddly child-lovers are actually not pitbulls at all,or they are heavily interbed with less violent dogs.

A purebreed Pitbull needs training and exact ownership or it'll **** eat you.
#17 to #15 - John Cena (03/26/2013) [-]
I was under the impression that those farm workers were Bull Terriers, whereas the Pit Bull (an offshoot of Bull Terrier) was only bred for combat.
#14 to #8 - John Cena (03/26/2013) [-]
One happy dog does not overload thousands and thousands of attack statistics.

Believe what you want, but this is a bad argument.
#18 to #8 - John Cena (03/26/2013) [-]

User avatar #16 to #8 - bokkos (03/26/2013) [-]
>He says, as every biologist with a vague understanding of behavioral selection in the world cringes their assholes shut
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