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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#9 - zerositnator
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#64 to #9 - cookingwithflowers
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ouch!
ouch!
#61 to #9 - berkut
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#8 - warvolk
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#13 to #8 - turtlewithashotgun
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this ******* face
it's 4 30 in the morning
#12 - skatencreate
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User avatar #14 to #12 - theantihipster
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I hate hipsters.
#28 - ieatyououtaldaylon
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I had two hamsters, the a fat one and a small one, the fat one would always kick the small ones ass, on night the small hamster killed the big one, ate it's corpse, and then died.
#35 to #28 - marcury
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User avatar #44 to #28 - turtleback
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Same here. I had two one beta one alpha.
Alpha would always kick beta off the wheel, even though there were two wheels and what ever house beta was in, even though were two homes
one day beta got fed up with alpha's **** and killed it
#40 to #28 - blackgecko
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I once had 4 girbils, two pairs. we put a fence in between them to let them get to know eachother before they lived together (internet says they can attack eachother if they don't know eachother) and 2 of them burrowed through the fence (clawing through not just squeezing through) and killed one of the other ones, then one of them killed themself. then the friend of the one who was murdered came over and killed the other one and is the only one alive, but all he ever does is sit in the corner banging his completely mangled hand against the glass cage wall.
#34 to #28 - neokun
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THAT WASNT A GOOD STORY AT ALL!!!
#38 to #34 - ieatyououtaldaylon
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Here, have this
#47 to #28 - nebuchadnezzaurus
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#39 - standingbehindyou
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Perhaps you would change your mind if only you met the right kind of hamster?
Perhaps you would change your mind if only you met the right kind of hamster?
User avatar #48 to #39 - nebuchadnezzaurus
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What cruel people gave him such a long stick... I just wanna break it off so it can stuff its face in peace
#100 to #48 - anon id: 440b16d9
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that's what she said
#43 to #39 - mugigs
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#107 to #43 - radonboy
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#53 - mckinkymcormic
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#33 - minidino
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Hamsters are omnivores

Also, hamster OP
User avatar #10 - laky
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For a second i thought sawdust bedding was "the new thing"....
#49 - leetlewetbeaner
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Everyone's into hamsters. I'm more into the Ctenodactylidae family. You've probably never heard of them.
User avatar #1 - revorce
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Hamsters eat insects.
Just saying.
User avatar #2 to #1 - lordmacflurri
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I never saw my hamster eat an insect but I gave him steak which he ate so I don't know anymore.
User avatar #6 to #2 - acroneos
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YOU FOOL, NOW HE'S TASTED FLESH
User avatar #7 to #6 - lordmacflurri
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AND HE LIKES IT
User avatar #15 to #7 - danilawleit
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Sleep with a gun my friend, he will turn on you soon.
User avatar #3 to #2 - revorce
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I always fed my hamster dried insects. It's healthy for them and they eat insects in nature aswell. I'm not so sure about steak but well, who doesn't like steak?
#17 to #3 - sheepysquirrel
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>They eat insects in nature


Where the **** have you EVER seen wild hamsters? They are domestic animals.
User avatar #18 to #17 - revorce
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User avatar #19 to #18 - sheepysquirrel
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That is not a hamster.
I don't recall what type of rodent it is, but it is not a hamster.

There MAY be a type of wild hamster, but the type of hamsters kept as pets are not wild and their diet does not typically include bugs.

I am no expert on hamsters, but this is common knowledge.
User avatar #21 to #19 - revorce
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http://www2.biologie.uni-halle.de/zool/general/sungorus-e.html
"Djungarian hamsters feed on grass and herb seeds, green plants, and insects."
User avatar #20 to #19 - revorce
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Common knowledge is wrong then.
I had a djungarian hamster and the wikipedia page states they do eat insects.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4tTYFzSYNI
User avatar #68 to #17 - lordmacflurri
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Well the wild types of the hamster I had live in Limburg and middle and south Germany. We usually call them korenwolven.
#29 to #17 - tjocksnorris
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all domestic animals have their roots somewhere in the wild