Most Stupid Things Dog Owners Say – The Doggists’ Sanatorium
Find out the most ridiculous and insane things dog owners say, and do, conversations that you, as a normal person, would only expect to find in a Sanatorium full of incurably sick persons, people of the highest degree of insanity.
This is Not a joke post, it’s real, all made true by hard-core dog lunatics.
My respect for the real mentally challenged persons
First of all, my utmost respect for the persons who, due to a little but significant mistake made by nature, came to develop some kind of mental illness that impaired them of living a normal life. They didn’t choose to become mentally ill, it was forced upon them and they had no recourse. Again, it was not their choice. This post has nothing to do with them, at all. Once more, my full respect for them, their families, and the real doctors who fight for them to live a better life.
Dog lovers, on the other hand, choose to live an unhealthy, demented life.
What is a Sanatorium?
Sanatoriums – A hospital for the treatment of chronic diseases, as tuberculosis or various nervous or mental disorders.
Psychiatric hospitals – Hospitals or wards specializing in the treatment of serious psychiatric diseases, such as clinical depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder.
|Also known as…
|Also known as…
Mental hospitals / Psychiatric wards /
Around the world, the words Sanatoriums, Hospices, Psychiatric Hospitals, Psychiatric Wards, Psych Wards, are used to define a place where people with deep mental deficiencies live or are treated. Every country, a different word.
In simpler terms: Sanatorium – where crazy people live.
In this article: Sanatorium – where crazy DOG OWNERS live. Eg, everywhere.
Crazy dog owners above is used as a pleonasm as all dog owners are intrinsically crazy, unless they are a Responsible dog owner, what is extremely rare.
The Most Stupid Things Dog Owners Say
Moronic, deranged, psychotic, crazed animal, retarded, idiotic, insane, ludicrous, ridiculous, demented, asshole, jackass, oaf, uncultured, delusioned, clumsy, jerks, strange, cuckoo, fruitcake, flacky, wacko, loco, screwball, dangerous, thick, suckers, disturbed, unbalanced, loony, basket case, bonkers, bipolar, nuts, crackers, psycho, mental, maniac, abnormal, crackpot,… well, simply… mentally ill.
It’s not something made up by us non-dog-people, meaning normal people, to denigrate the image of dog people. Even Google is aware of them:
Dog owners are idiots.
Some dog owners are idiots. Yeah, just some.
Pitbull dog owners are no exception.
The Most Stupid Things Dog Owners Say – And Do!
So, let’s go.
These are the statements and conversations you would ONLY expect to hear from those demented people but that we are hearing basically anywhere:
“Dogs are people, too!”
“He’s (the dog’s) friendly!!”
“Because Pet Parents Are Moms Too!”
“It’s all about how you raise them…”
“My dogggie never hurt a flie…”
“All dogs bite!”
“PBs (pitbulls) used to be nanny dogs!”
“Blame the deed, not the breed!”
“I wonder what provoked them…”
“How do you know I don’t have a leash in my pocket?”
“My dog won’t like that muzzle!”
“They are dogs! Don’t you know that?!”
“They are my Babies!!!”
“I am a mother of dogs!”
“They are part of the family!”
“My dogs are better behaved than those pesky kids out there!”
Fortunately, sane people still say logical things:
“The dog acts as a projection of the human’s stupid. Stupid people without dogs don’t have such a mobile way of letting others know how moronic they are.”
“It (a dog) does seem to attract a certain kind of stupid, though.”
“They are domesticated disease carrying vermin. “
“Common sense is not so common”
“You cannot convince a dog lover of anything; for their belief is not based on evidence, it’s based on a deep-seated need to believe”
— Carl Sagan
This is just the first draft of many. Frequent updates to come.
Have you heard something overly stupid a dog owner said to you recently?
Let us know!
(Once again – Not counting this paragraph here, this article so far, the finalised first edition, has exactly 666 words – the number of the Beast – with No adjustments made on my part at all to come at that. Dogs really have something evil in and around them. It’s not just coincidence.)