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There have been stories of many dogs and cats doing this throughout the years, so there has to be some way that they recognize the importance. My guess would be either that they recognized their owner's smell when they were first buried or that they followed the owner's body as it went into a coffin and then into its resting place.
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Science consistently shows that dogs want to do whatever makes their owners happy, whether that means helping them hunt, herd, catch mice or wear stupid costumes. Some dogs genuinely love them and it's up to the dog owner to recognize if their pet really hates costumes. But even a fun collar can still technically be a Halloween costume and most dogs are fine in collars.

And baths? Few dogs want to be locked outside their whole lives -and that means they have to take baths sometimes.
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Yeah, that question pissed me off because there's a difference between tiddlywinks and pogs and pogs are way bigger and don't get flipped into a cup -so I answered based on what the picture actually was.
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I agree that intentionally breeding cats that end up with these types of defects isn't good, but people still do it -only they usually discard and euthanize the rejects like this cat. I like seeing people care for these handicapped animals, but I also feel more people should spay and neuter their pets.
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Good point. I don't really think you should take legal advice from a map in the first place, I just think it's an interesting look at how confusing these laws are in the US.
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Well you have to question the brilliance of a marketing campaign where the almost ideal outcome is for someone to scream "ewww" and run off to wash off your product with soap and water.
Then again, if their end game was just to get people to talk about them, then they're already doing a great job.
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That's true PlasmaGryphon, I have a friend from Canada who went through the process and because she was incorrectly advised by a lawyer, it took her 6+ years to get the whole thing cleared up and to actually get her citizenship. This despite being the mother of a child born as an American citizen and being married to a member of the armed forces. I can't believe what a nightmare it was and I don't think most people have any idea.

If it was more common knowledge, people would probably demand the process be simplified.
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I'd venture to say that most women easily get harassed 50 times a year just because some men feel they have every right to make cat calls, pick up lines, lewd jokes, unwanted physical contact and more. Add that in with being in a male-dominated field and I sincerely doubt she's been harassed any less than she claims.
Harassment doesn't have to involve someone grabbing your breasts or sending you a dick pic. As a man, you may not understand it, but it's not really your place to criticize her or act like she's crazy or exaggerating since you don't know what it's like to get harassed on a regular basis like practically all women do.
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I would believe that about Trump supporters, except that 38% of them also said they wish the South won the Civil War and 29% said whites were a superior race. Given those stats, I imagine many of them really do believe slavery should still exist.
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Actually, correcting colloquially accepted words and expressions in an informal environment is not only the definition of being a grammar nazi (which, BTW, the capitalization of Nazi in this phrase is widely debated since it is not actually a reference to real Nazis or the Nazi party), but also just wrong. Language is always evolving and many common and proper words and phrases we use today were considered wrong 100 years ago. Snuck is actually in the Oxford English Dictionary and used more commonly than sneaked in Canada, meaning there it's actually the preferred form. Here in America it's almost as common as sneaked, meaning either is acceptable.

Regardless, you can act as though your comment was to somehow benefit the writer all you want, but it was not productive (nor was your catty follow-up response). In the end, the entire point was trying to prove your own intelligence which you really don't need to do here. Corrections for the sake of proving one's intelligence aren't beneficial to anyone but the one making the comment and almost universally unappreciated by everyone except that person.
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In that case, yes, we've always linked to articles from other sites that we find fascinating. On the other hand, we actually have more original content now than we have ever hand before
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I don't know why you're saying this is click bait. I promised facts behind urban legends and delivered a link directly to them. No exaggeration, no misrepresentation, nothing that constitutes click bait. Can you tell me what you mean by that?
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