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*blocks your path*
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Little cunts they are. Nearly every T-shirt I own has holes in them now since moving into a new house.
I agree they are pretty neat. I’m not sure if they’re mean or not. Am I being rused?
I don't understand the perception that house centipedes are somehow perfect exterminators that guarantee no other undesirable arthropod is in your house. Last place I had centipedes and silverfish. The former would only appear in the basement/bathroom/garage and the latter would sometimes be in my closet.
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sexy beast

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Yeah, the little kickdogs are usually the mean ones.
This dog looks like a IRL shoop
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Looks a bit like my boy, labradoodle great pyrenees. Pic related
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>fucking imbecile
lmao, why so defensive?
I'd love to know what kind of character/temper this dog has

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Why do Americans make everything tactical?
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Hardly, there's a big fuss and a shit ton of attention but the deaths a relatively small compared to other big killers, like cars.
to (((liberate))) other countries
Why are you guys getting blown up and plowed by trucks when only guns can kill a lot of people, and you banned guns?
>triggered yurocuck

lol, enjoy your prison sentence for sending mean tweets or questioning Islam you submissive numale


Look at his broken English. That's the resident roach.

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moist boopers
Holy shit that poor creature. Atacama/10 but then it's a pug so it'll probably have a proper life of 4 years of constant wheezing and respiratory suffering.
a bit hard to make out but I think it's a 5
manually moisten him right now/10
contrast makes it hard but I guess sufficient moisture

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What dog breed is your all time favorite breed of dog? There are about 340 recognized dog breeds to choose from so choose wisely.
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Pitbulls are such good dogs. It's sad that most people think they're super mean.
Doberman, rottweiler,saarloos and shikoku
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Weimaraners. Intelligent, elegant, velcro. I still miss mine. Someday I'll get him back.

Also the perfect mix that is my rescue dog. Labradoodle and Great Pyr. Gentle doofus.

RIP Gary the Goat
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He really knew how to make the best of a visit to the beach

Holy fuck, Jimbo just put up on Facebook an image of Gary's body being skinned for taxidermy. Wish I hadn't seen that...
Oh fuck no, he looked like he was doing fine in the last few videos.

I've had my dog for about 6 or 7 years now, but most of the time I've had her I was severely depressed to the point where I would rarely even bathe or feed myself properly. As a result, she didn't get out much but she had a lot of love indoors and she's not a very hyper dog. She's always just laid around and is more like a cat than anything. She seems really attached to me, but now that I am getting better I've realized maybe it would be better for her to have an owner who will actually play and exercise with her. I do plan on going outdoors more and taking her with me, but it might be a good 6 months to a year before that happens and I guess I just feel guilty that I didn't give her as good a life as I could have all this time and I should let someone have her that will absolutely make the rest of her life happy and active. Then again, I see homeless people with dogs and that seems fine if they love the dog and vice versa. I dunno man. I just feel like yeah I'm going to get better and have already started taking her out more but it also feels like "you had your chance all those years" and I shouldn't gamble with her happiness anymore. Maybe I'm overthinking, just sometimes I think she's depressed but I also think she'd be really sad if I gave her away, it's not just me she's close to but my family too.
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you're pathetic. grow up.
Depression is real. They can record and correct the chemical imbalance in your brain. I hope you get better OP.
This right here. Force yourself to get off your ass and take your dog out no matter how mopey you feel. I guarantee if you aren't a pussy it'll become a nice habit and you'll enjoy bonding more with your dog and it'll better your mood
>Maybe I'm overthinking
>sometimes I think she's depressed
My dog was too, turns out he just needed a friend so I went and got another dog. Now I'm forced to go outside and get some sun. I made myself track my habits through the xeffect and the 5 second rule from Mel Robbins and made myself keep the habit of taking my dogs out every 4 to 6 hrs. It's made them happy af and made me feel a bit better every day that i can put clothes on and go outside. I realized a lot of it for me is the clothes that I'm wearing. Once i change out of my lazy house clothes into jeans or gym pants i kick into a different gear and do chores and shit.

If she's attached to you you're obviously doing something right. Don't give her away now, you will never have a guarantee that she'll go to someone better. She'll hang in there with you through thick and thin, do not get rid of your friend, you will regret it and deteriorate. She'll be happy to lay around your house with you, she'll also be happy when you do start going outside more often. If you think she looks sad, try to cheer her up. Use her as a reason to go out, take her on walks and such, especially when you recognize you're having some negative thoughts or overthinking.

Nobody is perfect.
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Just wanna add to this, I also made a habit of recognizing internal negative talk towards myself. That little voice that just constantly told me I was shit and threw me into a quiet spiral of self hate and overthinking. Sometimes i would literally tell myself out loud to stop. Repeat to yourself: nobody is perfect. Do not make yourself feel guilty over missteps/mistakes.

This vid changed my life. I have a career and a well paying job now because i went down the self help track, realized that i was my only hope.

Also very important, pic related. When you are working the hardest on yourself, don't forget to love yourself, pamper yourself, I quit popping pills and told myself my drug of choice would be a good nap or night's sleep and bought a sleeping mask so that i wouldn't even pick up my phone and stay awake for hours in bed.

You can do this, friend. Get out of that rut faster than you thought. Love u anon, feel better soon.

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What a struggle.
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Thank you for proving anon right

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How do you become one, /an/?
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easy, with a bit of Yharnam blood of your own
This board is about animals and nature, not fantasy circle jerking.
>OPs a fag
SCP is fucking great tho
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You have to eat all the eggs.

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I'm thinking of getting an African grey parrot, is there anything I should know about?
are you ready to raise a small loud flying permatoddler?
You basically have to dedicate all of your time to it. They are like monkeys, so intelligent they can't fathom being alone. So intelligent that they can legitimately have mental disorders like depression. Has the equivalent intelligence of a 6 year old, which means you have to treat it more like a human than a pet
They're loud
They bite
They chew the fuck out of everything
If you don't pay enough attention to it it will pluck it's feathers and look ugly
They poop on everything
They never become good pets and you're stuck with them for over fifty years because they live long

You also need a million perches and a giant cage and such. Bonus points for when you're trying to cook and the parrot flies over and drops feathers in whatever you're cooking
They get stressed out when you leave to take a shower, let alone actually have to go somewhere.
You don't want this, op. African greys and most of the other large parrots really shouldn't be kept in residential homes. They do so much better in aviaries with at least a couple other parrots of their own species.

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i have mealworms on my plants and i bought insecticide with Acetamiprid
can i spray a mixture of this insecticide + water on the infested plant indoors, in my room?
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bumpo :(
can i take palants to porch and spray them with insecticide there? it will be 6*C tomorrow at day. isnt it too cold for house plants?

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Lets see some animal pictures that make you happy
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Totally thought that was a bundle of spiders at first.

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/bunn/ thread.

Comfy edition.

Old & busted:

Get in here and dump bun pics and webms, ask for advices and worship these superior pets.
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Yeah your bad. Never reply to me again or else.
He was being sarcastic
>How did they cope with each other?
Well. They used to cuddle with eachother when they sleep.
Oh, I'm just an anon. My fiancee took the pic, that's her leg.
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>hissing at something without ears

you sure showed him who's boss
Like that one small goblin that bends over to show you it's anus-eye, then crawls off.
don't forget about the one-eyed hopping umbrella monster
Karakasa, yeah
but IS tsuchinoko real?
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