Congratulations, Batteries Included
Wow this sucks D:
It calls for the brian peppers card!
dog...duece...st.paul, MN....about 20 or so minutes away from where i live...
i wonder who did that....<_<;;
I bet it was you... don't try to hide it! I summon the JACKSON CARD
<- Click it
Freaky story. I'd like to know more about the involved parties.
Damn 98, that's pretty messed up...
Am I the only one that thinks that was awesome?Anyone? Well, I thought it was clever...
"I couldn't talk to anyone. He was my dog. It was just me and him. ... I told him everything and he never shared any of my secrets."
She now has a new puppy, another Australian shepherd. She's named it Diesel. "Hopefully, he'll be my best friend,"<---She is 17.
Jakko, you're messed in the head, seriously. It's not cool no matter HOW old the person is. It's a life, it's a sick and gross thing to do.
Originally Posted by Jakko
Well, to be honest, all we know is that the head arrived in the mail, after she obsessed over the dog being missing for weeks. We don't actually know if the person killed the dog. It is just as likely that they found the dog dead and decided to to a horrible, horrible, joke. A joke that is so horrible, that, taken together with the absurdity of the batteries and Valentines candy, does a 180 and becomes awesome. Yes, it is that bad. Awesomely bad. I just crack up whenever I think of the batteries and the candy that was included, don't ask me why...
Originally Posted by silverwmoon
@duece - you bastard! just left me and csuti the head? how rude, couldnt even share. >_>
@jakko - im betting you have a few animal heads on a plaque at you're house. XD
Last edited by vphamv; 03-22-2007 at 11:02 PM.
What kind of person does that. I mean the batteries were a nice gesture, but the Valentine's candy? Way over the top.
In all seriousness, Peta is going to have a field day with this and that person is down for some serious shit.