By pansypup - United States - Rio Rancho
Today, I discovered that my 100-pound Rottweiler is absolutely terrified of (drumroll please) orange peels. Yup. A byproduct of my lunch will turn this hulking monolith with teeth into a whimpering puddle of pee. FML
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By  Ben14h  |  22

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  Thoricsteam20  |  24

Except the fact that whimpering and peeing themselves is not a way to teach them to be good, it's more like a form of abuse because that dog sounds like it´s being hurt mentally.

By  coried91  |  28

My dog was afraid of napkins. She would bolt into a different room and whine until she felt the napkins were well hidden. It was a good way to get her to not beg for food though. They all have their little quirks. Then again, I don't think she ever peed when she saw one.

  derangedplanet  |  23

I love over dramatic wording. but the whole stone part does make it a little odd of a word choice. I would like to see more good words to use here because I can't think of any good ones, and if you gonna judge you better be a good enough writer to have something monumentally better.

  SneezyBear  |  27

#49 A metaphor is when you identify something as being the same as some unrelated thing for rhetorical effect. So phrases like 'my dog is a hulking monolith', 'SneezyBear is a walking dictionary' and '#49 is not the sharpest tool in the shed' would be metaphors. Kapiche?

By  supertacowaffle  |  41

My 90lb giant Labrador is scared of old men. Like, when my grandfather comes over he cries and hides, lots dogs all have strange fears. My old dog had a chronic fear of bubbles.

  MzZombicidal  |  36

My sister had a big 70lb+ standard poodle that was scared of fart noises.
We found out as I was playing with fart puddy. She immediately pulled her tail between her legs and sprinted out of the room.