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#1 of 33 OFFLINE   Bryan X

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Posted January 22 2008 - 09:51 AM

Utah Teen Charged with Raping Dog

FOXNews.com - Utah Teen Charged With Raping Dog - Local News | News Articles | National News | US News

Because it didn't have a picture of the dog, I wasn't sure if this belonged in the "Tribute to Blondes" or "Tribute to Brunettes" thread... Posted Image

Seriously though, what kind of drugs do you have to be on to do this?

#2 of 33 OFFLINE   Joseph DeMartino

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Posted January 22 2008 - 01:37 PM

Sick, sick stuff.

Not to make light of what happened to the poor animal, but this does remind me of an equally sick joke:

Q: What's more dangerous than a rottweiler with AIDS?

A: The guy that gave it to him.

#3 of 33 OFFLINE   Garrett Lundy

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Posted January 22 2008 - 01:43 PM

I wonder if they did it doggystyle? Posted Image
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#4 of 33 OFFLINE   Clinton McClure

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Posted January 22 2008 - 02:13 PM

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#5 of 33 OFFLINE   Chris Lockwood

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Posted January 22 2008 - 02:23 PM

How do we know it wasn't consensual? I mean, the dog was probably running around naked, letting everything hang out.

#6 of 33 OFFLINE   Thomas Newton

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Posted January 22 2008 - 03:09 PM

Assuming that his parents have found out, he's going to be in the doghouse for a long time.

Let's pray that the theme song at the high school prom isn't
Muskrat Love
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#7 of 33 OFFLINE   Joseph DeMartino

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Posted January 22 2008 - 04:17 PM

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How do we know it wasn't consensual? I mean, the dog was probably running around naked, letting everything hang out.

The slut!

#8 of 33 OFFLINE   troy evans

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Posted January 22 2008 - 04:34 PM

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Assuming that his parents have found out, he's going to be in the doghouse for a long time.

Let's pray that the theme song at the high school prom isn't
Muskrat Love
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You mean " and they called it Puppy Love" Posted Image What a sick asshole this kid is.
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#9 of 33 OFFLINE   Dave_Brown

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Posted January 23 2008 - 12:00 AM

Bitches need love too.

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Posted January 23 2008 - 01:29 AM

The news report could've just as easily said the guy raped a 5 year old child.

I'm glad it didn't elaborate on what the guy did to that poor animal. I'm glad he didn't kill it. It's in a dog's nature to be trusting so that's a real shame when certain people break that trust.
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#11 of 33 OFFLINE   Holadem

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Posted January 23 2008 - 04:50 AM

How do I get the picture of this young man with the Taco Bell Chihuahua out of my head?

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#12 of 33 OFFLINE   andrew markworthy

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Posted January 23 2008 - 06:32 AM

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"These crimes are getting more and more common. And it’s very disturbing," she said.
I think this counts as an understatement.

Bestiality cases, in the absence of extreme deprivation of 'normal' sexual outlets, are generally psychologically very complex, and without a lot more information, I don't think we can pass judgement.

And if you think raping a dog is weird, I give you the following (genuine) cases:

(1) the gay couple who stole men's socks from washing lines. With each pair they stole, they rolled them into balls, and eventually had enough socks to fill a small room to knee height with them. They used to make love amongst the socks. At least one newspaper referred to them as 'socks maniacs'.
(2) the man who had a fetish for sidewalks and was found by police face down on the sidewalk, rubbing himself against ... you get the idea
(3) the man who had a thing for the warm exhaust pipes of cars - you can with little imagination picture how a policeman found this guy engaging in his fetish

#13 of 33 OFFLINE   Holadem

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Posted January 23 2008 - 06:57 AM

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I think this counts as an understatement.

Bestiality cases, in the absence of extreme deprivation of 'normal' sexual outlets, are generally psychologically very complex, and without a lot more information, I don't think we can pass judgement.
Of course we can. 'cause if I can't pass judgement on a dude screwing a dog, I struggle to picture what I can pass judgement on.

That's just all kinds of fucked up, and then some more.

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Posted January 23 2008 - 08:02 AM

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(2) the man who had a fetish for sidewalks and was found by police face down on the sidewalk, rubbing himself against ... you get the idea

OK, that's now the strangest fetish I've ever heard of, and I've heard of more than a few (even my avatar is a fetish Posted Image ). Really, how does one become sexually attracted to a flat piece of stone or concrete? Posted Image
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#15 of 33 OFFLINE   Holadem

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Posted January 23 2008 - 08:04 AM

The upside is that it's gotta be considerably easier than chasing sentient beings, human or otherwise.

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Posted January 23 2008 - 08:09 AM

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The upside is that it's gotta be considerably easier than chasing sentient beings, human or otherwise.

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True, but what if this guy had the misfortune of falling for the sidewalk outside of Grand Central Station? I'm sure there are nuances to such things the people like ourselves couldn't even dream of.
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#17 of 33 OFFLINE   Holadem

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Posted January 23 2008 - 08:17 AM

Then I guess he would have to suck it up and move on like any of us who have ever fallen for unattainable guys/girls. Somehow it warms my twisted heart to know that relationship woes (like unrequitted love) are universal, regardless of the object of one's attraction.

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Posted January 23 2008 - 08:27 AM

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Then I guess he would have to suck it up and move on like any of us who have ever fallen for unattainable guys/girls. Somehow it warms my twisted heart to know that relationship woes (like unrequitted love) are universal, regardless of the object of one's attraction.

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I'm sure there's a sonnet in there somewhere (or at least a limerick). I'm not touching it, though.
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#19 of 33 OFFLINE   Joseph DeMartino

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Posted January 23 2008 - 09:19 AM

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(2) the man who had a fetish for sidewalks and was found by police face down on the sidewalk, rubbing himself against ... you get the idea

I've ended up face down on a sidewalk or two myself, but never for that reason. (And I had the excuse that alcohol was involved. Of course, he probably did, too. Posted Image)

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Posted January 23 2008 - 11:36 AM

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OK, that's now the strangest fetish I've ever heard of, and I've heard of more than a few (even my avatar is a fetish Posted Image ). Really, how does one become sexually attracted to a flat piece of stone or concrete? Posted Image

Oh c'mon, you've never walked the sidewalks of NYC, looking down and just wonder... Wow, that's the nicest crack I've ever seen... I just want to drop trausers and < bllllleeeeepppp >?

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