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I'm sorry for your loss. Today would've been my fiancée's 24th birthday, but she died last summer. Our song came on a playlist while listening to music driving, and I just lost it. It is good that we are reminded in a way, because they mean so much that we will never forget.

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I'm sorry for your loss. Today would've been my fiancée's 24th birthday, but she died last summer. Our song came on a playlist while listening to music driving, and I just lost it. It is good that we are reminded in a way, because they mean so much that we will never forget.

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You don't understand why it would be upsetting to eat the same thing that just killed his dog? Obviously it isn't a life changing devastation to eat chocolate cake, just kind of salt on an open wound.

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I guess it depends on the person. I personally wouldn't be upset by the chocolate. I'd be see estates about my dog, but testing chocolate wouldn't make it worse.

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True, but that only goes for pure chocolate. The amount you would need to kill a dog with normal chocolate products (which are nowhere near pure) is lot.

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Ok I misread the FML and didn't realize it does in fact, say chocolate. And since FML doesn't let you delete a comment and I couldn't edit it, I now have to look like an idiot trying to explain myself.

reasons to have a big dog and amounts of chocolate to kill dogs. White chocolate: 200 ounces per pound of body weight. It takes 250 pounds of white chocolate to cause signs of poisoning in a 20-pound dog, 125 pounds for a 10-pound dog.Milk chocolate: 1 ounce per pound of body weight. Approximately one pound of milk chocolate is poisonous to a 20-pound dog; one-half pound for a 10-pound dog. The average chocolate bar contains 2 to 3 ounces of milk chocolate. It would take 2-3 candy bars to poison a 10 pound dog. Semi-sweet chocolate has a similar toxic level.Sweet cocoa: 0.3 ounces per pound of body weight. One-third of a pound of sweet cocoa is toxic to a 20-pound dog; 1/6 pound for a 10-pound dog.Baking chocolate: 0.1 ounce per pound body weight. Two one-ounce squares of bakers' chocolate is toxic to a 20-pound dog; one ounce for a 10-pound dog.

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I thought white chocolate was more dangerous? Huh, this is interesting. My dog is 40 pounds and steals chocolate a lot, so we don't buy bakers chocolate or anything but milk chocolate really, so she's safer

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