Old_Zircon - 2015-03-29 It's all fun and games until he swallows one and they have to spend 00 to get it vacuumed out of his intestines.
Old_Zircon - 2015-03-29 Looking at some of the related videos, it appears that you can make a modest but comfortable living of Youtube ad revenue with nothing but a lot of water balloons, and any one or more combination of animals, lasers and slow motion cameras.
I always thought Youtube ad revenue was basically nothing for most people, but one of my regular bus drivers' kids just made k in two months off of one camera video of a BMX trick.
dairyqueenlatifah - 2015-03-29 My mom's dog swallowed a balloon once and just ended up pooping it out.
infinite zest - 2015-03-29 Yeah it's cats you need to worry about. A friend's cat back in college found a rubber band on the ground and ate it and it got wrapped around his intestine or something and yeah it was about 00 for a broke-ass college student, so we organized a whole bunch of fundraisers (Keg parties) to pay it off.
That guy - 2015-03-29 This is reason #1 why I don't have a pet.
"Sparky and mittens ate a bunch of rubber bands?
Why would they even DO that??
It costs HOW much?"
How much to put them down instead?"
*lets them go in the woods*
Binro the Heretic - 2015-03-29 Jack Russels - boundless energy in a small mass looking for anything to do.
deadpan - 2015-03-29 Bred solely to grab rats by their necks and shake them until dead.
Let them do anything like that and they will be so happy.
The Mothership - 2015-03-29 My best friend had 2 - count them, 2 - Jack Russels, and eventually he chose to have children rather than dogs. and a damn good thing too.