Small Dog Gets To Visit His Enemies Up Close

Submitted by: daegog 5 months ago in Funny
"You chickens are lucky you're behind those bars! Wait, hooman, what are you doing?! HELP!"

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Male 46,093
Those are not dogs. Those are corgis. A much lower, repulsive species.
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[Comment deleted: Off-topic; vilifies/demeans a group of users.]
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Male 1,124
andy_bart 

Yawn. Why was his comment deleted? Bad joke (and worse opinion) as it may have been, deleting it proved it true. It is silly, if we don't grow the skin to get past these things we will never resolve any differences we have. This bleaching is so counterproductive. Peace by imposition is absurd. 

Or maybe, we should stay "on topic"? Woof woof, look, I'm a dog woof woof. Cluck cluck, I a chicken. Look at this cat photo. 
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Male 10,070
bearbear01 BearBear, if you have fundamental disagreements with the concept of a moderated website, this may not be place for you. I accept the fact that some people are happier in an anything-goes online environment.

If you would like instructions on how to tombstone your own account, just let me know, and I'll send them to your email address on record. Thanks.
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Male 1,124
squrlz4ever interesting. I hate it when I'm right. It just takes away the mystery. 

Do you really think I am unaware of the fact that I can leave if I chose to do so? Or was that an attempt of flexing your muscles?

I will leave this here, as this is a pointless banter. Alas, moderate away. 
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Male 10,070
bearbear01 It was a simple statement of fact: Moderated websites aren't for everyone. I got the distinct impression from your comment they may not be for you.

Of course I know you can choose to leave IAB. What you may be unaware of, however, is the procedure for permanently deactivating your account, thus my offer to provide instructions.

If you're now making the choice to continue to participate on a moderated website, please do me a favor and stop complaining about the fact that the website you're participating on is moderated.

Thanks.
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Male 7,517
andy_bart Traitor spotted.
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Male 18,342
daegog sqrlz this one isn't worth the radio flyer
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Male 1,124
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looks like a corgi.  Funny dogs, very smart, herding breed.
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Male 9,621
kelly_hanna Vicious little bastards. One of them ate my budgie when I was seven and a different one bit me on the arse when I was eight. I was delivering papers when I was twelve and another bloody corgi comes out of nowhere, attaches itself to my upper leg and holds on. Posh old lady comes out saying I must have annoyed him. We eventually got the bastard off me and it was just a quick trip to hospital. No worries.

Not keen on them as a breed. 

Dogs normally love me. Even fierce dogs. It's just bloody corgis.
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LordJim the males can be territorial.  Usually don't bite though, unless theres food involved.
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Male 9,621
kelly_hanna I beg to differ. 
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LordJim you must smell like bacon.  Herding breeds are bred to not bite.  Chase, yes.  But biting what they herd is a no-no, obviously.  
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Male 9,621
kelly_hanna Aye, well. This was the north back in the sixties. We used to coat our hind parts in bacon grease and sew our long-johns on from October to March.
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LordJim the corgis are a herding breed, but if you were running or on a bike, skateboard, etc, their most primitive instinct is to chase you down and eat you.  Our ancient ancestors just took the more amenable/trainable wolves and redirected that instinct to eat the herd animals to chasing and controlling the critters.  Still, deeply buried in there, is the most primitive urge to chase down and eat anything running.  Or to at least control it.
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Male 9,621
 , but if you were running or on a bike, skateboard, etc, their most primitive instinct is to chase you down and eat you.  

That was rather my point.
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Male 9,621
kelly_hanna Seriously, mate. These yappy, snappy little bastards that we encounter, how many generations are they from actual herd dogs? I don't see too many of them herding animals these days, just pampered, ill-tempered little sods who could not herd a hamster into a shoe box without killing it. Maybe once they were bred to herd, now they arey are bred to be vicious little pampered pests.

And, come on, if you think corgies are a good herd dog then you have never met a collie or alsatian.
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Male 10,070
The frightened looks over the shoulder are so funny. Loved this.
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