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Arguing with a Husky

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He says, “So my husky stole my dad's potato skin off his plate. This was the ensuing argument.” Both Dads and Huskys are extremely verbal, so many words flew back and forth. Redditor kurtu5 offered a handy translation:

Human - Bad dog! Bad dog!

Dog - Our species decided to work together 10,000 years ago to help each other to survive! We used to share the hunt!

Human - Bad dog! Bad dog!

Dog - All you give me is boring dry food! Taste is enhanced by smell and my nose is 1,000 times more sensitive than yours! My food is so damn boring!

Human - Bad dog! Bad dog!

Dog - What do you expect? This is torture! I can't stand my dry food anymore. I love you so much and I want to eat with you!

However, the dog was eventually resigned to the fact that he will never outtalk Dad. But hey, he got a potato skin!  

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He did sound very harsh to the dog. I'm guessing it's a game they play, since the other people in the room were smiling and laughing, but it would have been nice if the guy had approached the dog after yelling at it and given the dog a hug or a pat or shown it some sort of affection. Just my take on it.
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To me it looks like this is a game they play fairly often...note the barely contained laughs of the person standing next to him...the dog is responding in virtually the same tone of voice as the yeller who is not using any bass in his voice...not a serious yell
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Not amusing. The guy was abusing the poor dog, who has no way to defend itself. Maybe it's not as violent as kicking the dog, but it went on & on, and the dog was obviously miserable.
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