My gift to you.

Mar 2015
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Istanbul NOT Constantinople...
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I'm not a big fan of emotional support animals. I think most people who have them are just doing it because they can.

On the other and: It might just be time to use this as a way to start treating animals a little better. Why can't they ride on buses like people?
 
Jan 2016
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Colorado
#5
Are you perpetually raging against snowflakes?

Driven mad by entitled millennials?

Are you a disciple of the Dennis Leary school of “life sucks, get a helmet”?

Well then here is my gift you you. Enjoy.

https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/ontario-woman-says-her-therapy-rabbit-was-barred-from-train-1.4031507
My father enjoyed eating squirrels and rabbits, though I never developed a taste for them. I think the fact that he grew up during the Great Depression, and had to support his family when he was only 11 or 12, probably had something to do with that. You ate whatever you could get, back in those days. And my father was good at hunting squirrels and rabbits.
 
Jun 2006
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Vancouver
#7
I’d eat rabbit. I haven’t, but only because no one’s offered.

I certainly wouldnt eat someone’s comfort rabbit though, you sick fucks.
 
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Nov 2016
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Maryland
#9
My parrots are great “emotional support,” and my husband and I always take them with us wherever we go. There are pet friendly hotels (usually requiring non refundable deposits). We usually drive to our destinations with them in travel cages.
 
Jun 2014
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Cleveland, Ohio
#10