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FML - The follow-up

Today, a dog bit me on the bus. Instead of apologising, its owner said it was my fault because my hands "must smell of meat". I'm a vegetarian. FML

alaillama Say more :
OP here: just to say that a) it was a small lap dog, but very ferocious. The bus was very crowded so I was pressed up against the dog, holding my phone with one hand and the other by my side (it bit that one); b) I had washed my hands just 20 minutes before getting on the bus (in the LADIES toilets), so they must have smelled on soap or of nothing at all. I checked afterwards and I couldn't smell anything unusual; c) thankfully my stop was pretty close so it wasn't long before I could treat it
By alaillama / Tuesday 30 June 2015 22:19 / United Kingdom - Northolt
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Sucks when people can't take responsibility of their own animals in situations like this, to them the pet is a saint and anything that happens is automatically the other persons fault, sorry OP!

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They're definitely causing controversy in America. I don't pay much attention in the news, but from what I heard Conservatives are afraid marriage with dogs might be legalized in the near future. Something about a slippery slope? I'm not sure why they're worried, it doesn't snow much where I live, and I've never had any deviant inclinations regarding any dogs.

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With that said, if I were OP, I would've smooshed my hands in his nose. But really, why do people insist on not taking responsibility for these things? It's disgusting.

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When I first read this comment, I thought it was going to say a threat, like "Tell the owner that if that ever happens again, you're going to call the cops on them and eat their first born child", but I just realized that you mean the OP should say what you said if a similar situation occurs. I feel stupid now lol.

Sucks when people can't take responsibility of their own animals in situations like this, to them the pet is a saint and anything that happens is automatically the other persons fault, sorry OP!

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