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Today, I met my girlfriend's parents for the first time. In the entrance way I felt a slight tugging on my jeans. Used to my Doberman tugging when he wants to play, I shoved hard with my foot. I successfully punted their Chihuahua off the ground and into the next room where it landed with a thud. FML

By I think its dead - / Tuesday 15 January 2013 07:33 / Canada - Brandon
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  Lizzypumba  |  7

I have a big dog too, and you get used to shaking them off. It was a reflex to shove him off, not really a matter of looking.

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  Werken247  |  14

@50 It's called responsibility for your actions. It really is a matter of looking down. And yes, I have a big too.

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  will3232  |  3

I too own 2 rather large dogs and they are always in my way shaking them off is a quick efficient way to get the message across that you don't want to play and is a simple reflex that you don't think about...however you should be able to tell the tugging between a Doberman and a small dog.

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OP deserves this. His dog wants his master to love him and he literally kicks the dog away. That's cruel.

By  Wolfhowl85  |  3

What a sorry excuse.

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  Myo_fml  |  20

... For a man? Why yes, men that punt little doggies typically are.

By  evilplatypus  |  34

Even if it were a Doberman why would you "shove it hard with your foot" (also known as "kicking")? You should not be allowed around animals until you've taken some courses on proper training.

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  Schizomaniac  |  24

I love that the term "excessive force" was used in this context. "My assailant would not back down. At this time I felt it was necessary to use excessive force." "Sir, your assailant was a chihuahua."

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  _krystallynn_  |  11

you can roughhouse with a doberman by pushing it or wrestling around, and he probably exaggerated ''punting' i wouldn't punt a doberman lol. you would have to be stupid to do that.

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  doodlecloud  |  26

35 - Yes but, apart from the fact that OP may have exaggerated, that's because he was expecting a doberman, not a chihuahua. Has it been a bigger dog, it wouldn't have been 'punted'. That's kind of the point of the FML.

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  evilplatypus  |  34

61 - The force required to "punt" a chihuahua into another room is more than enough force to potentially injure a Doberman (especially if you hit the leg or neck just right).

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  natsaysheyyy  |  16

It is okay to rough house with large breed dogs sometimes, especially if that's how that dog acts too. Rough housing with Pits, for example, is perfectly acceptable because they play rough and don't even feel a gentle nudge. It's the same with my dog.

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  ninjaghost99  |  9

Lol I'm guessing you don't have a dog because shoving them away when they are being bothersome is completely different from kicking him across a room OP obviously had a lapse in mind and it was an accident

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  lunarstarfox  |  6

I have a Great Pyr mix, he is as big as me, and him jumping on me I have to give him a knee to keep off, he's still a puppy and when he gets very excited its dangerous to me

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