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By  DocBastard  |  38

Perhaps you should think about locking your door. And getting an alarm. And a dog. A big dog like a German shepherd, not a little dog like a chihuahua. No one likes those yappy little fucks.

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By  DocBastard  |  38

Perhaps you should think about locking your door. And getting an alarm. And a dog. A big dog like a German shepherd, not a little dog like a chihuahua. No one likes those yappy little fucks.

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  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

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  harmtouch16  |  11

I have a 7 lb little chi/Maltese mix that I adore, but my husband calls her a "large sewer rat" lol. However, she's great at notifying us of intruders!

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  jkmartinjk  |  16

I'm from Canada, and my parents are OBSESSED with locking our door, and we live on a mountain. But I do know people who leave their doors unlocked in more residential areas, because 'If it's locked, they'll break in anyway, at least we won't have broken windows!' Canadian logic.

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  starile  |  19

Strangely enough, my door alarm IS a giant German Shepherd with yappy little chihuahuas in its mouth so when it barks it shoots chihuahuas at you! How did you know??

By  MoistWipe  |  8

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By  queerdragon  |  20

I would still suggest locking your doors. While Canada might seem safe, the American in me is saying "more locks, big dogs, get guns, bars on your windows!!!!

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  kinsmas  |  18

Most Canadians don't lock their door when they're home because, for the most part, we welcome visitors. Doors get locked at night and when no one is home.

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  queerdragon  |  20

If my neighbor walked into my house drunk, then I'd still lock it to be safe. Also, I am so antisocial, I pretend not to be home when my family forces themselves over for a visit.

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  TheDrifter  |  23

That's weird. But I'm from a small town, if someone stumbles in drunk we just have a beer, chat a minute and you point them in the right direction. My inner Canuck says "say hello, introduce yourself and send him on his way"

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I'm Canadian, and most people I know do not lock their doors during the day if they're home unless they live in a bad area. In a small town you could probably walk into any house you wanted to at 2pm. Edit: Also, I don't think I've EVER seen a non-commercial building in Canada that has bars on the windows.

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  sanecatlady  |  13

Me too. I think my parents are crazy because they have a security system but never lock their door and when I come visit I have to not lock it out of habit or they flip out. It's not being paranoid, it's being smart!

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