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Old 09-11-2009, 10:13 PM
 
Location: CA
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your way forces the dog onto me
No, it doesn't. You're free to walk right out that door. I'm not going to chain you in my bed with my dog. I'll all into consensuality as far as those kinds of kinky things go. Oh, and no chaining dogs either, in any circumstances.
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:16 PM
 
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No, it doesn't. You're free to walk right out that door. I'm not going to chain you in my bed with my dog. I'll all into consensuality as far as those kinds of kinky things go. Oh, and no chaining dogs either, in any circumstances.
that's the point, if someone wanta a relationship they MUST sleep with your dog. and while some people are okay with that, many more are not.

i guess i have to wonder, is your dog not being in bed (not outside, not in the garage, not in a cage, but just not in your bed, worth losing a potential mate?
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:27 PM
 
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There are some humans who should be put down.
*snickers*
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theres noting let to talk about, since you are one of those kinds of pet people. nothing i say will make a difference to you.

by the way, the difference between us, is my not wanting a dog in bed just means it has to sleep elsewhere, your way forces the dog onto me
How does the preference of another force anything on to you?
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:33 PM
 
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Case in point
Case in point what? That you take issue with people sharing their bed with pets? That troubles you why?
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:47 PM
 
Location: CA
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What if the dog crawls back into the room and gets on to the bed during sex? And some mishap happens here
Interesting situation. What kind of mishap? "Oops, I thought I was ****ing you, bigcats, but I accidentally ****ed the dog?" Well, she's fixed so there's no chance of pregnancy.

Or he might accidentally call out her name by mistake?

"MMM, Nelly, that feels so good!"
"What??!! What did you call me???"
"I meant bigcats, I swear! Don't blame me, it's not my fault, you're the one who let the dog in the bed!"
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:49 PM
 
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What is actually funny is when someone sounds off on how an animal's treated on a level higher than a human.

If this is what humanity is evolving towards, it's bizarre
Higher level? Her dog sleeps in her bed. So what.

OTOH, it is true that some people value their animals over other humans. I buy my dog, two cats, and three fish food on a regular basis. I do not do that for other humans I know (outside my dh and my brother). So, in that light, yes, I do value these animals over all other humans. I also donate monthly to the ASPCA. egads!
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:54 PM
 
Location: Wherever women are
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Higher level? Her dog sleeps in her bed. So what.

OTOH, it is true that some people value their animals over other humans. I buy my dog, two cats, and three fish food on a regular basis. I do not do that for other humans I know (outside my dh and my brother). So, in that light, yes, I do value these animals over all other humans. I also donate monthly to the ASPCA. egads!
Ok, I think I don't stand a chance against a dog, 2 cats and 3 fish. <escapes from the ambush>
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:56 PM
 
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Interesting situation. What kind of mishap?
I'm thinking the kind of mishap when a person hits the vino and, opposed to drunk dialing, begins drun-posting - just a thought.
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:57 PM
 
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Ok, I think I don't stand a chance against a dog, 2 cats and 3 fish. <escapes from the ambush>
Even without all the non-human animals, I still have a large human animal in the other room...listening to trance, I'm sure.
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Old 09-11-2009, 10:58 PM
 
Location: South Carolina
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You know, for a bunch of people who are all searching for lasting relationships, you are sure ginning up a lot of excuses to keep from actually having one.

So what if the guy isn't enamored with dogs? What if this is an incredibly attractive, attentive, considerate, successful guy who just has a virulent allergy to dogs? Would you really give him the boot just for that?
Id find him some pills. He no taka de pills, he no sleepa at my house!
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I'll trade you two useless brothers for a dog any time.
I'll throw in another, plus three useless cousins and an uncle.
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theres plenty of reasons and none of which you can tell me are non-factors -
fur, smell, fleas

and if you want her in your bed, you CAN NOT blame humans for not wanting to also
Fur: You have it to, its simply called by a different name-Hair.
Smell: Well-kept dogs dont smell. Sweaty humans smell much worse than dogs.
Fleas-They make flea treatments. Most inside dogs dont have fleas. Mine doesnt.
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its obsessive if you HAVE to have the dog in bed, and its kind of sad you compare humans with dogs for value
IMO dogs are worth more that quite a few humans I have the misfortune of being aquainted with.

Dogs have a few qualities I have yet to see in a man.
No man has ever actually demonstrated to me that he would lay down his life to protect me.That he would take on something almost 3 times his weight (He's 80lbs, the man in question was about 200lbs) simply because he knew that person would have hurt me and my family.
My dog has done so.

So, would I boot out someone who tried to make me choose between him and Jasper?
In a skinny minute I would. We're a package deal.
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