By Anonymous / Thursday 31 January 2013 07:23 / United States
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  Pleonasm  |  31

Did you know a guy taxidermied his cat into a remote-controlled quadcopter? It has four rotors, one attached to each extremity, and it flies with all its limbs stretched out!

  Proughboy  |  7

At first I thought that said that I guy taxidermied his car and I was like "is that even possible?" But now that I read over it again, all I can think is, that's awesome

  Abantiquo  |  7

Or sadly he's holding out for "someone better." They'll break up and he'll be engaged in two months. I'd be looking hard to see if he's that guy. If she's 30. If she's 23, she might want to lighten up.

  Acik91  |  26

I agree with 17, it all depends on the context. If OP and her boyfriend are around 30, then, well, as harsh as it may sound, it's not good to waste time with this guy.


I doubt it. Not matter the age, if a guy uses money as an excuse not to get married but then spends a fortune on a toy, it is very likely that he is not planning to marry his current girlfriend.
Because if he can see a future with her but is not ready to settle now, he would simply tell her. Saying that they cannot afford it for the moment is only keeping her at bay and helps him avoiding awkward conversations.
Plus an engagement ring does not have to cost much. Mine is worth 30 USD, because I could not care less about expensive jewelry. I'd rather spend money on the honeymoon and wedding.


# 60 I said toy because I really don’t know what you can do with a stuffed wolf apart from letting it scare the shit out of your visitors. In fairness though if it’s his own money, he is entitled to spend it the way he wants. It’s not really the point here anyway.

  gc327072  |  29

I'd rather spend $2500 dollars on an actual living exotic animal, like a fox, specifically a fennec fox. They're cute as fuck, energetic, and.... aren't dead.

  gc327072  |  29

98- they are most definitely not endangered. They are rated as "least concern." And how would someone owning one lower the population? You get them from breeders.

By  AwkwardPartyBear  |  24

I don't know why he would propose to buy a wolf instead of marrying you. I do think it might be a tying a knot in his stomach to engage in the idea of marriage. Try to talk to him about it and work things out.

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