|Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2018-06-15 |
What is going on here!?!?
|Rangoon - 2018-06-15 |
Who's to say he hasn't lost one already?
|Anaxagoras - 2018-06-15 |
i recently put down my female Akita due to old age. She looked similar to this Shiba, and I would taunt/annoy her exactly like this.
Oh, the memories.
|Old_Zircon - 2018-06-15 |
People who have no hopes are easy to control; and whoever has the control... has the power!
|Gmork - 2018-06-15 |
This shit's actually repugnant. The fuck, guys?
You're a fucking idiot, casualcollapse. Who let you in here?
Look at the dog's face when he pulls his hands away. The dog's just chillin'. Abused dogs have a weird haunted/tense look to them right after they've been stressed. This dog just looks mildly confused.
I've never seen a dog growl & show teeth when it was moderately annoyed, but that seems to be what's going on here. It's kinda strange, but there you go.
Save the word 'repugnant' for when you need it.
|cognitivedissonance - 2018-06-16 |
At first, the arrangement worked out. In exchange for their cooperation, the wolves were given food, shelter, a place in the ape hierarchy, even if it was at the bottom. In due time, that place rose, above the boars, above the buffalo, above the grass fowl. The wolf became the highest of ape collaborators. Where once the odd ape would turn on the wolf, during famine or war, now the apes never dared eat the wolves, considering them beneath suspicion. The wolves expanded in their increased alliance. Some specialized, becoming increasingly niche servants to the apes, either as guards, tools or playthings. Most, however, simply shed their lupine shag, growing sleek and pleasant to look at. As time went on, the apes began to treat the new peace wolves as surrogate apes, dressing them in ape husks, giving them ape names, teaching them ape tricks and the rudimentary understanding of ape language.
As time went on, the peace wolves forgot that theirs was an alliance of convenience. Now so fully symbiont with apes, they began to believe themselves to be apes, and believes apes to be their equals. In truth, the apes never believed the peace wolves to be peers. Peace wolves were now no longer wolves. When the famines and wars begin anew, the peace wolves will be devoured first.
|BHWW - 2018-06-16 |
Oh wow, what a :consulting marketing research for terminology to use on the 'dog-rating' Twitter account I started to in hopes of getting people to donate to my Patreon: hecking good pupper, booping that snoot
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