xeni at March 25th, 2014 15:21 — #1
subversivemum at March 25th, 2014 15:32 — #2
I lost my pug of almost 16 years last Tuesday and since then I swear that pugs are now appearing every single website that I visit, in my facebook feed, etc. Rest In Peace, Pumpkin.
skeptic at March 25th, 2014 15:38 — #3
No insults meant to pug owners and pug lovers who love their sweet dogs who, as with people's spouses and children, must be acknowledged as wonderful, but pugs remind me of everything wrong in dog breeding - breeding for deformities that are bad for the health of the dog to make them "cute" and to meet arbitrary breeding club standards.
asdadsas at March 25th, 2014 16:18 — #4
Cute? Ugly as hell is more like it.
crenquis at March 25th, 2014 16:44 — #5
Wow! Such Pug. Much color.
crenquis at March 25th, 2014 16:45 — #6
In other words -- they didn't choose the pug life, the pug life chose them.
chenille at March 25th, 2014 16:51 — #7
Sure, a pug with two heads, that is undoubtedly what we need.
hereticbranding at March 25th, 2014 20:07 — #8
Well, that was horrifying.
purplestater at March 26th, 2014 06:48 — #9
Totally not wanting to insult anyone's love for their past/present/future pet, but wowzers I find that picture to be alien, creepy, disgusting, and horrifying. Simultaneously.
ehkca at March 26th, 2014 11:30 — #10
Everyone who owns a pug will tell you that they're not really dogs at all, but aliens sent to colonize earth. Except they landed on our couches, started eating our cookies and said "f*uck it, I'm good."
jhen at March 26th, 2014 14:22 — #11
Damn, that has got to be some hideous artwork for a Rock&Roll LP.
Hope you are feeling well Xeni! ^_^
xeni at March 30th, 2014 15:21 — #13
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