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  • student:

    can i borrow a pencil

  • teacher:

    i don't know, CAN you?

  • student:

    yes, also colloquial irregularities occur frequently in any language and since you and the rest of our present company understood my intended meaning, being particular about the distinctions between "can" and "may" is purely pedantic and arguably pretentious









Niggas be like ”He don’t bite”

"He still a baby"

"he won’t hurt you, just pet him"

That’s not a dog it’s a lion o_o

I’ve had dogs bound up to me like that and all they did was give me a hug and lick my face.
Hell I had a wolf (genuinely, it was at a wolf sanctuary) do this to me one time.

Plus, look at how sturdy that leash is, and the grip he has on it. He’s making sure the dog doesn’t jump on anyone. Dude’s just got a big dog.

That dog’s tail is wagging a mile a minute. It’s not being aggressive, it’s just getting a little over excited.

That being said, it can be extremely intimidating to have such a large animal jump at you like that even if it is just trying to say hello.

This kid understands that and has a very good hold on his dog. He isn’t alarmed or surprised by the dog’s actions. The dog isn’t acting out of the ordinary. It’s just excited.

As an official dog owner i can tell these lion dogs are probably more safe to be around than the little ones.
A lot of people get little dogs because theyre cute and never actually treat them like a dog and train them and socialize them. So they end up being super aggressive . Except for maybe 2 dogs every little dog me and my pup ellie has met has been super aggressive ( we have run into 10) . Meanwhile all the big dogs including a pitbull like this one have been super cute, fun and playful.

Not to mention my little pup ellie does the same thing as this dog (they to jump and lick you …. thats usually the sign of a friendy dog . )

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