By Anonymous - 28/07/2015 15:18 - United States - Milford
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I love how you put a smiley face like you had the most clever idea in the world, and you're very pleased with yourself. What you're suggesting is theft. It's not okay; it's not justified. Stealing someone else's property (and it IS stealing) is not justified, even if that person wronged you. I'd be willing to bet a good amount of money that you are younger than eighteen years old. Your maturity level gives it away like a glowing neon sign.
I'm sorry you thought I was serious about stealing the dog. Yes I realize it is stealing, and it was obviously not a serious suggestion. Moving away from where you live and where your life is just to steal a dog to get back at an ex, is obviously an over reaction in the biggest way. And that is why I put the smiley face; it was meant to be humorous. I apologize again that I had to spell such a simple thing out for you. There are obviously better solutions like mentioned below; leaving it with an ex's family member or a friend, or taking it to a kennel. My age and maturity have nothing to do with the comment I made, as it was plain and simple a joke, that most people understood. I will mention that you would lose your money as the age you predicted was wrong! ;)
Ffs, why does everyone need to act like a political social justice warrior on fml? Just laugh at people screwing up their lives and make a couple of funny or helpful comments on it. We don't need to tell everyone in the comments how horrible you think they all are.
I don't know if it would be considered stealing. The ex gave the dog to OP. I'm sure that would even hold up in court. The ex signed nothing, so OP could say the dog was a "gift". That's the difference between lending someone miney, and giving them a "gift". >Get it in writing
Just take it to one of her closest relatives and tell them they'll have to take care of it until she's back because you're leaving.
you have been left with an amazing oportunity.... TRASH THE HOUSE and blame the dog. then, two days before she comes home, cut the power in the kitchen and say the breaker must have tripped
Selling the doc could also leave it in a horrible situation. Not to mention we don't know the dogs temperament. My dachshund is MY dog, if she was taken from me and put someplace new I'm not sure she could handle it well. Dogs can go through depression too, when each of my grandparents died their dog refused to eat for a while and hid.
Take the dog to a shelter or something and say you found him in the street, they'll take care of him and then she has to deal with the rest, but sorry for the breakup Op.