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Old 11-15-2012, 01:00 AM   #61 (permalink)
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hahahah, well said !!
I have a couple of my own and I also feel the same way.

The other day at petsmart some little girl was nicely petting Lola when all of a sudden she threw herself around her neck and hugged her.

I was stunned ..

How did Lola react? I would guess that she was fine with the little girl doing that? My guy would probably love it!
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Old 11-15-2012, 08:20 AM   #62 (permalink)
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My husband ever told me to shut up in front of anyone, he'd be on the ground."

Ha! Ha! This sounds like the folks who say "My cat can beat your GSD up if he comes too close"; or the guy in my OB club who told me once that his shy, submissive female gsd "would kick my 88 lb male dominant male's GSD butt if he comes too close!"

Same reaction to all - Good Luck with that".

LOL, well it's a moot point anyways, I don't think I have ever heard my husband utter the words "shut-up" and he certainly would never utter them to a woman.

Hence the lights on, nobody home comment, any man who would speak to his wife that way in front of a stranger - he's not all there.

My dh is 6'5" and 190lbs - he's trying to lose weight, but it ain't working (poor fat boy LOL), so he has 5" and 40lbs on me, I still think I could take him - in my mind I probably would have a better chance of putting him on the ground if I did something to his snowmobile. I'd probably see a whole different side then. His sister put a dent in one of his as a teen and she still hears about it.
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Old 11-15-2012, 09:14 AM   #63 (permalink)
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Ugh while I've never had this happen to me, my BIL did something similar, except he's 29 and definitely not a kid. He tried to sit down on Chrono's back like Chrono was a bench. He actually thought Chrono would just stand there and support his weight. This guy is like 280 pounds. Chrono did what any dog would do when having pressure put on his back and he laid down, and my BIL was actually putting enough of his weight on Chrono that he lost his balance and fell down on top of Chrono who yelped. I was scared that he seriously hurt Chrono but he was miraculously okay. Then my BIL proceeded to get angry at Chrono and called him a 'dumb dog' for laying down and not holding up my BIL's fat ass. I was so angry. I don't think Chrono was even a year old.
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