"your full name without an E,F,R,S,K,I,M,L,C,A,Y,N"
Literally, my name would be VO
So, I was at lunch with a friend and his sister after seeing ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’, catching up on stuff and talk turned to the new series of Doctor Who - our expectations, Peter Capaldi, Jenna possibly leaving, the Matt Smith era - and his sister suddenly…
That’s crazy but I’m still pretty sure twilight was scifi
my favorite thing about leverage is that all the other criminals on the show think that the leverage crew is super hardcore and ruthless and pulls all sorts of impossible, shady jobs but actually they’re a bunch of well-intentioned nerds who do the equivalent of pro-bono cases
Anonymous said: If your a lesbian why do you use a dildo?
I’m not a lesbian and even if I was because it feels good why else would anyone own one Jesus Christ white boys need to learn that the world does not revolve around dicks. Vaginas are just designed to entertain cylindrical objects. Most dildos aren’t even designed to look like dicks. God shut up this is such an annoying stereotype. Lesbians can enjoy cylindrical probes without relating it to dicks. Not everything is about dicks.
Say dicks one more time
"tea is just leaf water!" "yeah well coffee is just bean water!" wow, it’s. it’s like everything is made of things. this door is just wood rectangle. this poster is just ink paper. this lemonade is just lemon water. wow, it’s like you can combine ingredients to make things that are more enjoyable than the initial parts of the equation. sure is a magical world we live in
They say the recipe for Sprite is lemon and lime, but I tried to make it at home… there’s more to it than that.
‘Want some more homemade Sprite?’
‘Not ‘til you figure out what the fuck else is in it!’
as someone who has worked with dogs for years i want to beg people never to do this PLEASE
first, bully breeds are not a concept, they are an actual distinction of dog that includes boxers, pits, bulldogs, even certain types of terriers. they’re named because the dogs are highly trainable and impressionable, and are easily made aggressive. it’s not just a nickname used to address historically violent dogs, it is a genuine term.
i want everyone to understand that this experiment could have killed one of these dogs.
now, i’m not anti-bully breed. i own a large boxer who came from a life of neglect, and he lives very happily with my two other dogs. they can be affectionate and sweet and perfectly sociable. it’s important to understand, however, that they are used most commonly as guard dogs or fighting dogs, and thus have been trained with some level of pugilism. many bully breeds that come into rescues are animal aggressive. this is because they were raised that way, and don’t know better. my neighbor’s dog was killed by a pitbull who was otherwise extremely friendly (even with certain other breeds of dogs). you have to be very careful when dealing with this breed of animal, especially if their past is vague or unknown (that last part really goes for all animals).
also note, these don’t look like purebred pitbulls. i doubt they were used for fighting either, since they lack the muscle mass and cropping that is most commonly seen of fighting dogs. although it’s true they could have lost weight since they were sent to the rescue, and it’s true that not all dog fighters crop their dogs, it’s still a discrepancy. these two could have very well been runts in their litters, or were simply too small and thus were given up before ever receiving training.
either way, the idea behind these photos are actually kind of atrocious, because it’s clear that the photographer didn’t understand the nature of a dog that was trained to be aggressive. in many cases, if dogs such as these had been raised to fight, they would have attacked as soon as they were close enough and would have continued until one was dead. pulling them apart would have been dangerous for both the humans and dogs involved. the photographer was very fortunate that this was not the case, if she is actually telling the truth about what she did.
i’ve seen this photo around tumblr and i want people to understand that bully breeds, even ones coming from rescues, can make amazing pets. they can also have very sordid pasts, and require a great amount of vigilance and caution until the dog’s personality is more fully known.
be careful and mindful of your dog’s past, and don’t chance hurting it for the sake of a cool picture.
While I agree with the comments above, the original post is misinformed. Lynn Terry did not put two pit bulls who had been rescued from dog fighters together and take these photos. First of all, these two dogs live together and have the same owner. One of the dogs (the licker) was not rescued from a dog fighter but was rescued from off the street (so her past is dubious, but allegedly she actually wouldn’t fight a guy who tried to fight her on the street). And from my understanding after reading this article (which doesn’t articulate the situation very well imo) the other dog’s parents were trained to fight, but he was rescued before he was exposed to it as a puppy.
So neither of these dogs is or ever has been trained to fight. That said, obviously take the advice above and don’t put fighting dogs in such close range with each other, especially if you know they’ve been trained to fight. Thankfully, that is not what this situation was.
Please read this article from one of the foremost experts on pitbulls and bully breeds. It’s not the dogs that are aggressive. It’s the owners.
- Saying “Allons-y!” is perfectly normal and you can geek out when you see it used in the textbook.
- When entertainment is involved, you get to write an essay about Doctor Who or include it in a project somehow
You get to answer questions like “What TV show did…
But what’s timey wimey in French?