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Posted by plum on 06-08-2004 03:46 AM:

What emotions do dogs experience?

I mean besides the more primal emotions of love, anger, etc.

Are dogs much different from humans on a psychological level?

I was looking at a German Shepherd dog the other day- he was just lazing around for hours (he looked bored) and I wondered: "hmmm..."

What is going on inside his head?


Posted by plum on 06-08-2004 04:10 AM:

yes,yes,yes, YES!!!!!!!!!!!!

I HEAR YOU!!

IHEAR YOU!!!!!!!!

I HEAR YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Posted by Trenchant_Troll on 06-08-2004 04:19 AM:

Dogs have six emotions: hunger, thirst, shit, piss, fuck, and scratch their ass. End of list. Everything else is a ruse. Ergo the axiom: Men are dogs.

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Posted by Spaceboy on 06-08-2004 04:29 AM:

Wait until you see a dog dream, plum.
It will BLOW YOUR MIND!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!(!)

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Posted by Bibrau on 06-08-2004 04:53 AM:

quote:
Originally posted by Trenchant_Troll
Dogs have six emotions: hunger, thirst, shit, piss, fuck, and scratch their ass. End of list. Everything else is a ruse. Ergo the axiom: Men are dogs.



you forgot lick my nuts
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Posted by Paint CHiPs on 06-08-2004 04:57 AM:

I can't believe I'm making this joke...

quote:
Originally posted by Trenchant_Troll
Dogs have six emotions: hunger, thirst, shit, piss, fuck, and scratch their ass. End of list.


That sounds like a certain Jackass.....


Posted by Paint CHiPs on 06-08-2004 04:58 AM:

Alternatively, funkyrooster.


Posted by philjit on 06-08-2004 05:07 AM:

the question is not whether they have emotions but whether they know about them.


Posted by Inky on 06-08-2004 05:22 AM:

Re: What emotions do dogs experience?

quote:
Originally posted by plum

What is going on inside his head?



i asked my dog dharma. she said "nothing".


Posted by Large Filipino on 06-08-2004 05:40 AM:

It's like they got no purpose in life but to entertain their master. I got three dogs and all they do is eat,shit,play with each other and tear down my fence so they can bone my neighbor's dogs.
Then they stick their heads out of an open window in your car and just let their tongue whip around with the wind.
Dogs are cool yet stupid. Unless you got a frisbee catching dog-their not so stupid.

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Posted by Deadpool on 06-08-2004 06:46 AM:

Heh...reminds me of an old Gary Larson comic strip.
What dogs are really saying when they bark:
"Hey hey hey hey hey hey hey......hey! hey! hey!"

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Posted by funkyrooster on 06-08-2004 08:03 AM:

quote:
Originally posted by Paint CHiPs
Alternatively, funkyrooster.


Charming...
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Posted by Super Gremlin on 06-08-2004 08:14 AM:

There's also:

"Haha! Found you, crackhead!"

or

"Try to touch anyone in this fucking house and I'll tear your fucking throat out!"

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Posted by Cockney_Rebel on 06-08-2004 09:27 AM:

Re: What emotions do dogs experience?

quote:
Originally posted by plum
I was looking at a German Shepherd dog the other day- he was just lazing around for hours (he looked bored) and I wondered: "hmmm..."


You'd like to bone it?


Posted by Trenchant_Troll on 06-08-2004 01:58 PM:

Re: I can't believe I'm making this joke...

quote:
Originally posted by Paint CHiPs
That sounds like a certain Jackass.....


Smooth move, ExLax. I was trying to keep your name out of this.
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Posted by plum on 06-08-2004 02:41 PM:

Re: Re: What emotions do dogs experience?

quote:
Originally posted by Cockney_Rebel
You'd like to bone it?


Well, now that you've put that thought into my mind...

hmmm...


Posted by Rokkr on 06-08-2004 03:12 PM:

I was sexually assaulted by a chihuahua once.
I'm still in counseling.
My therapist assures me it wasn't really sex, it was an act of violence.

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Posted by Pinecrika on 06-08-2004 03:49 PM:

Paranoia. Beat the shit out of a dog and he'll avoid you.


Posted by J E B Stuart on 06-08-2004 04:05 PM:

Fred's a love machine.

Amen.

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Posted by absolut on 06-08-2004 05:12 PM:

My retriever was attacked once. Ever since, she's had violent nightmares. If she's on the bed with you (avert your eyes Rokkr), she kicks (hard) in her sleep. I fancy she's reliving it all, but it may be that she's thinking about food as usual.


Posted by Paint CHiPs on 06-08-2004 05:30 PM:

quote:
Originally posted by funkyrooster
Charming...


Well, just by reputation.

Absolut, wasn't it my roommate's dog what attacked yours?


Posted by iglo on 06-08-2004 05:43 PM:

It's all a blur.


Posted by iglo on 06-08-2004 05:44 PM:

Oh - different computer - wrong log in.
Blur all around.
Sigh.


Posted by skalie on 06-08-2004 05:45 PM:

You logged in as Paint CHiPs?


Posted by absolut on 06-08-2004 05:49 PM:

It varies.


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