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Today, my brother tried to give my dog a walk by attaching an RC helicopter to the leash and following him while flying it. He broke the RC helicopter which cost 300 dollars, and we had to search for the dog for 3 hours. FML

By Ace / Wednesday 21 May 2014 21:38 / Canada - Toronto
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  ineedagooduser  |  12

#1 - Apparently you're not either.

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  flurpiee  |  14

Ah, man. One of the rare occasions to be first to comment and I didn't even notice my mistake. It's too late, I'm going to bed now.

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  NeatNit  |  32

This idea is creative and awesome, but it obviously wasn't gonna work. I have to hand it to him for the creativity but come on, don't be such an idiot.

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  Akumie  |  6

He has a point! But a helicopter would be to weak an unstable. What about one of those toy remote controlled jeeps! It could probably handle small dogs if engendered right. Design it so you can program your neighborhoods path, and now if your sick or tired, just have that take your dog! Given your dog could be stolen easily and the car could run out of battery or something, but it is pretty innovative!

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  Pandaboy876  |  14

He was doing it all wrong... he was supposed to use a rc car not helicopter I know this from experience... It works best... Jk but sounds like a better idea if you ask me.

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  garebear61  |  14

I have pomeranians and they would cower in fear if there was an RC heli any where near them so I can imagine they would poop all over themselves if you attached them to one.

By  zandalee  |  19

Thank goodness you found the dog! Was it traumatized?

By  imber_xp  |  10

Hope you find your dog OP

By  KVKdragon  |  26

Creative in intent but idiotic in outcome. I don't know how your brother didn't foresee this happening, regardless of his age. Any dog owner or dog-owning family knows that dogs tug incessantly on their leashes and require a fair amount of resistance strength to keep them from running off. It's kinda obvious lol

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  Dthsapprntc  |  20

A properly trained dog won't tug on it's leash at all, but will simply walk along next to or right behind it's owner without trying to run off. The leash should be there only as a corrective device, and for, well, legal reasons. That said, I wonder how long it would take to train a dog to walk next to a RC helicopter, I can't imagine the dog would like the noise all that much.

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