|Binro the Heretic - 2014-12-05 |
|crasspm - 2014-12-05 |
|Old_Zircon - 2014-12-05 |
Why is it that dog videos always have the worst possible music? Is there something you need to tell us, dog owners?
The dog is filet mignon. The music is ketchup. Please note that I am not saying *awful* music is ketchup (thereby making *good* music analogous to, I dunno, some fine truffle-oil-and-mushroom drippings); rather, I am saying that any music, or indeed any other frivolous additive (like interesting cinematography or special effects), is extraneous and unnecessary when all one really needs is the dog.
Cat people don't get that. Cat people see something like this and think, why is everything else in this video so crappy? This betrays their priorities; this is a very cat-minded thing to do. When one has a McDonald's Filet-o-Feline on his plate, one has to load it up with condiments in order to make it halfway appealing. But dog owners are oblivious to condiments. They do not pay attention to such things, because they know what is important. (the dog)
If anything, I guess you could say that a dog video with shitty music is like a filet mignon, served on a lime green plastic plate with Disney Princess napkins and a Dixie cup filled with Cabernet Sauvignon. Don't sweat the presentation. The flavour is all that matters.
Boomer The Dog
Some of it could be that the free music selections allowed to be used is limited by Youtube due to rights holders.
That barked, people could probably do a better job at choosing music to fit the theme of their videos, a symphony would have probably been better for the Pug.
Hey Boomer! I made a new dog picture the other day; this one is inspired by that puking sex pitbull of Youtube fame. I hope you like it.
Boomer The Dog
Thanks for sending me there Homer, I do know about that Dog humping and barfing movie, but I've seen it only as an animated gif icon I think, not the original video.
I tried to comment there but the page tried to make me sign up, I feel cheated that they didn't tell me I wasn't able to post before I tried, it makes me barf.. :)
It would probably be hard to get a partner for that fetish. I can see it in any mammals trying to have sex, a full stomach and getting shaken up, something that might happen with Dogs even more.
As a fetish, at least transformation happens, except for the higher levels where you can just imagine and hope it happens.
|oddeye - 2014-12-05 |
My dog and bestest buddy forever, Arthur, died suddenly in my arms on June 10th 2014. He hated baths. I can't watch this stuff without tears. I want another dog for the sake of my children but I feel like I would be violating the memory of my soul mate. I would try my best to love this new dog just as much but even if I do grow to consider them as a brother, like with Arthur, they too will also die. Death. My boy is dead.
I hear ya, oddeye. There are some people who listen to the song "Mister Bojangles" and just don't get the verse about his dog; those are bad people and they should be avoided.
I can tell you from experience that, however many dogs you have in your life, none of them displaces any other. Arthur will always be special, and you will be "pleased" to know that you'll still sometimes get sucker-punched by grief even years later. There's no forgetting and there's no replacing, you won't have to worry about that.
But at some point (hopefully it's already started), when you look in your rear view mirror and see Arthur, it won't be just the end that you see, but the good times and the good years before it.
|That guy - 2014-12-06 |
EH, by "don't need fancy-ass soundtracks", I thought you meant "any old soundtrack will do".
I think I didn't understand you because I'm an imbecile.
That is all.
^meant as reply :(
more evidence :C
No, it was an honest mistake, I can see how my original comment could have easily been misconstrued.
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