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Man walks fiance on leash through mall; Uproar ensues
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If she wants to be treated like an animal, let her be treated like an animal. But since she's not a regular animal to be tamed, he should be fined for not having a license.
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The spikes are a bit much.

I'm wondering if she lifts her leg at a 90 degree angle when shes near bushes.

I'm not surprised by this, skinny man, inflated woman trying to have fun without one eating the other, I guess the only way was a leash.
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If it were my style then sure. It isn't though so I wouldn't. Although I would have no issue wearing it out in public just because of its image. I'm not the type of person to give a shit about what others think of me or how they take it. I'm pretty apathetic.


I dont give a shit either but I still wouldnt go around wearing it on a tshirt. Its like if a friend of mine says he and his younger brother are coming over to my house. There are some records I own that I would put away cause hes not old enough to know about that stuff
For example would you have this laying around
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megahobbit wrote:


dotsforlife wrote:



If it were my style then sure. It isn't though so I wouldn't. Although I would have no issue wearing it out in public just because of its image. I'm not the type of person to give a shit about what others think of me or how they take it. I'm pretty apathetic.


I dont give a shit either but I still wouldnt go around wearing it on a tshirt. Its like if a friend of mine says he and his younger brother are coming over to my house. There are some records I own that I would put away cause hes not old enough to know about that stuff
For example would you have this laying around


Well unless someone rummages through my highly organized bookshelves (yey for ocd?) then they wouldn't notice. On the chance I did own something like that and said scenario did happen, I wouldn't care. It isn't me taking issue with it or being curious about it. The older brother can handle it. I wouldn't reorganize anything I have in my house simply because someone is bringing a child over. They should know what to expect and prepare accordingly.
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They're just attention whores.

And that...really is all I've got to say about that.
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I remember something about slippery-slopes and all that rot, but fuck it, you brought it all on yourselves.

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dotsforlife wrote:
Well unless someone rummages through my highly organized bookshelves (yey for ocd?) then they wouldn't notice. On the chance I did own something like that and said scenario did happen, I wouldn't care. It isn't me taking issue with it or being curious about it. The older brother can handle it. I wouldn't reorganize anything I have in my house simply because someone is bringing a child over. They should know what to expect and prepare accordingly.


As someone who does on the aforementioned album on CD(funny story my Dad called me downstairs to tell me it was here reached into the bag and said "Oh My God" for a straight minute let me have it anyway) I disagree I would remove stuff thats not appropriate for younger audiences.
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megahobbit wrote:


dotsforlife wrote:
Well unless someone rummages through my highly organized bookshelves (yey for ocd?) then they wouldn't notice. On the chance I did own something like that and said scenario did happen, I wouldn't care. It isn't me taking issue with it or being curious about it. The older brother can handle it. I wouldn't reorganize anything I have in my house simply because someone is bringing a child over. They should know what to expect and prepare accordingly.


As someone who does on the aforementioned album on CD(funny story my Dad called me downstairs to tell me it was here reached into the bag and said "Oh My God" for a straight minute let me have it anyway) I disagree I would remove stuff thats not appropriate for younger audiences.


I can respect that. While I wouldn't change how I do things, I'm not going to fault anyone on how they do things either. If I were going to someone elses place I'd adhere to their rules and whatever they do to prep for me is fine. Those who know me irl though know what to expect lol.
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If they're both into it then I don't see any issue.

I mean I think it would make more sense and be more polite if they did it at the park but I guess that's kind of a personal preference thing. Outrage certainly isn't justified in either case.
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narutosonic330 wrote:

If she wants to be treated like an animal, let her be treated like an animal. But since she's not a regular animal to be tamed, he should be fined for not having a license.


lol, gotta have a license .
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narutosonic330 wrote:

If she wants to be treated like an animal, let her be treated like an animal. But since she's not a regular animal to be tamed, he should be fined for not having a license.


lol, gotta have a license .


Don't forget the shots
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dotsforlife wrote:


CSPower wrote:


narutosonic330 wrote:

If she wants to be treated like an animal, let her be treated like an animal. But since she's not a regular animal to be tamed, he should be fined for not having a license.


lol, gotta have a license .


Don't forget the shots


dont want a rabid women on the loose, that $hits scary.
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It's a misdemeanor. Having someone restrained in public will obviously mislead people into believing that the leashed individual is being abused. They'll be morally obligated to investigate. Which means their peace was disturbed. The police should tell them to stop and arrest them if they refuse. Simple.
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Posted 5/25/15 , edited 5/26/15
Keep that stuff under your own roof. There ain't no way in hell he could have thought this would be acceptable in a public environment. Come on, think before you act ya goofs.
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