Friday, July 26, 2013

Animal Announcements

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  1. moron, line 1

  2. Lamebook is being paid to insult cats today.

  3. as Marvin replied I didn’t know that a single mom can make $4482 in a few weeks on the internet. did you read this web page ………………

  4. Dupa’s comment is kinda like a human trying to speak cat or dog. At least he didn’t say he “got audi” this time!

    Also, fun fact: “dupa” means “ass” in Polish.

  5. Is this bitch trying to be funny or insightful?

  6. ^ Either way, you must admit, this is pretty eloquent for a bitch.

  7. Paranoid Android72

    Funny? No. Insightful? No. Several sentences of complete drivel? Yup.

  8. With dogs being so friendly, does that explain why they hump people’s legs?

  9. Weirdly this makes perfect sense to me.

  10. This is about as painfully unfunny as a Jay Leno monologue.

  11. I don’t know.. I actually like this post. As a dog lover myself, sometimes I do wonder if my dogs understand what I say or not.. Likewise, wonder if they understand if I do puppy talk or not.

  12. Too easy…

  13. So cats are like people then? I’m sure if a foreigner came up to you and shouted words in your native tongue that didn’t make a lick of sense, we’d just be like “WTF?” and just walk away.

  14. ^False. You’d talk back to them. You’d talk slowly, loudly, derogatorily, and in a mutilated Spanish or Indian accent. Or at least you should as it’s the only way they will understand what you’re trying to say.

  15. #11 I like cats and dogs too, but I don’t meow and bark at them and then walk away. That’s just rude.

  16. ^ He likes to have sex with them, first.

  17. ^ Does it still count as sex if it’s just oral?

  18. This is a metaphor that sums up the average personality of a cat or dog. And it is pretty spot on.

  19. @11, as a dog trainer, I can tell you that dogs can learn to understand what certain words mean (about 150 on average, from what I remember off the top of my head), but they interpret tone of voice and body language much better than actual words spoken.

    For instance, go ahead and say the very worst things you can think of to your dogs, but do it in the tone of voice you’d use if you were lavishing praise upon them (puppy voice and all) with all of the mannerisms you’d also use. I guarantee you that your dog will get all excited and happy. The opposite is also true.

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