Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by drippy, May 31, 2007.
Uh huh. People in China must protest against animal cruelty all the time.
Meh. Corgis aren't real dogs. Gimme a nice Black Lab.
aw poor Ein
I dated a girl with a corgi once. I hated that dog, hope it was hers.
Yoko Ono tried some too, I wonder what she washed it down with.....?
At first I was confused as to how this made any point, but then it hit me.
"You beat foxes, eh? Oh, but you like corgis? Yes, cute little things. Lovely pups. I'm going to sit outside of your house and EAT ONE AT YOU. >: D"
It's like shots fired back and forth. They beat foxes, they get corgis eaten at them.
This makes no sense...
to protest animal crulity, they killed a dog and ate it.
Was my first thought, but the article clarifies that the corgi had died via some means that didn't involve the folks behind the protest.
whyd they name a dog breed after toy cars?
"Artists" can be so dumb at times.
So Hot Wheels collectors would trash the store looking for one.
This thread was going so well. But then you put the word in quotes and started an art fight. Why did you do that silly thing?
Sounds like something that the psycho "artist" who served his spaghetti and meatballs (made with own meat) would do.
Well, there are artists and "artists". You see the difference?
I don't understand why this is news or a statement of any type at all. People from different cultures eat things that others wouldn't all the time.
Hell, I ate dog before. I was fooled into it and probably would never do it again unless I truly am starving to death.
It's because I didn't like the taste. Not because I didn't like the thought.
I just don't understand the whole "OMG HE ATE _______! That's disgusting!" thing.
My wife wants a Corgi in the future and she wants to name it Ein.
This is the second thread I've seen where it would be horrible - absolutely horrible - if I posted "tasty" as my response. I mean, again, it would be tactless and wrong and just plain mean. I really shouldn't do that.
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