Gentleman surprised that bull doesn't enjoy being taunted

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“It was my understanding that bulls could not climb stairs!”

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I’m usually not in favor of gratuitous mortality; but I can never suppress a little glow of satisfaction at seeing the macho posturing about ‘honor’ and ‘courage’ and whatnot in what is actually a pitifully rigged contest punctured(often literally) by the occasions where the bull refuses to stick to script and actually wins.

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Never taunt half a ton of angry pot roast.

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Do not taunt happy fun bull.

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So if you mess with the “bull”, you DO get the horns.

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Got what he deserved. Not a fan of torturing animals for fun.

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You’re thinking of that other thing.

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The bull was obviously badass as it had set its horns on fire

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I’m not sure he was surprised, per se, that the bull didn’t enjoy being taunted. Perhaps surprised that the bull was faster than he expected it to be, though.

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I don’t know for sure, but this .gif doesn’t look like bullfighting to me, more like a rodeo clown. Also, @FFabian, I didn’t see any animals being tortured, in that two seconds of video. Did I miss the whole point?

To me it seems like it’s part of some sort of bull-fighting/corrida event. The guy hit by the bull is (perhaps mockingly) called toro in the comments.

Well mocking isn’t exactly torture, unless the bull is a sensitive teenager.

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Well they are usually killed when they’re something like 3, right? So really, this was child abuse.

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Same here, i’m always rooting for the bull to win in these kinds of situations :slight_smile:

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That’s not childhood for a bull.

My dog is roughly 1/40th my age, but she’s an adolescent/early adult. Still, she’s underage, so no drinks for her.

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Unless it’s fiesta time in Akron O-hhhhhhio.

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My cat reacts the same way to that same move, but I don’t go flying off a platform when he catches me.

Much to the cat’s chagrin, I’m sure.

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Inquiry is important. I’m glad that someone has finally answered the question of whether bulls like being taunted with their horns on fire.