That's just not right.
When your daughter plays "House," she pretends to be an annoying doctor with a pill-addiction and a limp.
"No honey, I don't know whose baby that is in the backyard."
"The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits."
If you reveal your secrets to the wind you should not blame the wind for revealing them to the trees.
- Kahlil Gibran
But do I get to keep it anyway? Let's see if the owner comes forward.
Hello mother fucker! when you ask a question read also the answer instead of asking another question on an answer who already contain the answer of your next question!
I find this reprehensible. If you are for the dog staying thats fine, but that sets a manipulating precedent that WILL end up causing big time problems in their relationship. ( I wonder who gets the dog then?) - just send it postage due to chilly
Ok, heres the best part.
She doesn't want the dog anymore. But she wants ANOTHER dog. My brother was against the dog idea in the first place only because he knew he'd the one having to look after it and thats not what he wants to do and i think thats fair enough. Shes changed her mind about the BREED, and wants a new one. Apparently he said 'its an animal, not an accessory'.
I hope they're not going to take the dog she doesn't want any longer to the pound?
The girlfriend sounds not only manipulative, but incredibly immature.
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What a fucking bitch, sorry StayYoung, but how stupid is this bitch?
I know. My grandma is probably the nicest person in the world, never says a bad word about anyone, and even she said 'I dont like this girl'.
I posted earlier in this thread that people who adopt animals for reasons like she did usually end up disposing of their pets at the pound. People like her should be dropped off at a kill shelter, IMO.
Your brother's girlfriend is totally crazy!!
Just one thing I disapprove: I'd have gone DIRECLTY to the shelter.
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Could you have the dog or is that not possible?
It's my understanding that if you take your own dog to the pound, they destroy it almost immediately because they just don't have the room for more animals and they assume that if you no longer want it, it must be a "difficult" animal.
BF's neighbors had a dog that one day disappeared. His mom called to ask the local pound if the owners had by chance brought the dog in, because she wanted to adopt it, and this is what they told her.
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