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Isn't it your own fault for moving in with someone you don't even know how to contact? And if this is a college roommate, why did you have your dog with you? haha

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28- Aha! retaliation >:} Pardon my mistake on your gender (although I do refer to females as guys on occasion if it is a group) Also I rather liked my joke's relevance to the FML, it was not really meant to bash you but that's how it ended up coming out I apologize for any feelings I've hurt or strings I've pricked

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69, if a human can be unwillingly taken away (kidnapped) pretty easily, then a dog which seems to be tamed wouldn't even be a challenge. Just put a leash on it and it has no choice but to follow.

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Ah 89, sarcasm. I like it :P Nah, that was for 69, who seems to be missing a few brain cells. And thanks for the correction 113.

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Or. Find out where he moved and as long as he isn't more than a few hours away, discover his habits. Once you figure out his daily plans and know exactly when he is gone from his new living area, buy a gun and ammo, take aim at his house/ apartment/ box. Call him on his cellular device from a non traceable phone then proceed to sing a lullaby to him while shooting bullets into he ground beside you and not at the house you were aiming at before. Then drive home and forget the reason you ever did

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19- I'm terribly sorry, I will restate the entire paragraph to introduce a grenade into my short story. ( Takes deep breath ) ... Grenade . Happy?

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Thank you for that insightful comment which doesn't seem to have anything in common with this story besides the word dog

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why must you be a stereotyping cock face when someone stole your stuff, you sue for theft otherwise you won't see it again.

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Suing unnecessary. If simple reasoning (which sounds impossible with the douche ex-roomate) doesn't work---you'd call the cops. No frivolous lawsuit needed! ;)

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141- I agree. There's no reason to sue. If you have papers for the dog or got it at a shelter and it's in your name the cops can get him back easily for you, OP. I've had to get my puppy back from an ex boyfriend and it was easily done since the dog was registered in my name and at my home address.

Find him, kick his ass, and take your dog and stuff back. Then in one month, find him and kick his ass again. Tell him the last one was so he doesn't forget about you.

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