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By Anonymous / Sunday 24 April 2011 08:42 / United States
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  lyndifluff  |  6

awww poor baby he/she thought they were in trouble. well it might have been but I hate to see a dog cower mine does it all the time and I have never laid a hand on her. I don't know why they do that but it breaks my heart everytime.

By  Volcomsmy_Lyfe  |  0

I'm pretty sure it wouldve have gone back to your house if you started walking away...

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  Primo_Loco  |  0

agreed. when I used to have my lab she would come and go as she pleased. labs are smart and most of them can leave the house and still remember how to get back even after they walked a mile away. my boxer is kinda like this dog but the opposite. she won't chase other dogs and she doesn't like going out but after a mile of trying to tug her along I say "Ok let's go home" and she gets up and runs all the way back to the house -.-dam dog. lol hopefully she'll grow out of it she's not even a year old yet so there's still hope.

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  RODEOqueen  |  0

The story you described is actually nothing like the dog in the FML.

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  ydi_4_suking  |  20

no my dog would run even farther until he felt like coming back. and he would jump the fence and open the gate and leave at anytime. so walking away from him was useless for me

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  klutzyduck1  |  24

Just curious, what would your haircut be called? Mullet/Mohawk or Mohawk/mullet is the best guess I could come up with. I've always thought it was cool that other countries tend to get new trends for fashion and hairstyles much earlier than the US. I love seeing the "previews" when traveling. :)

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  CateXOX  |  0

Remembering back to marinus' other pictures, his profile picture is not actually him. I don't follow rugby, but I'm assuming the picture is of some famous player.

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