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Desc:Japanese dog breed is unforgiving
Category:Pets & Animals, Accidents & Explosions
Tags:Japan, dogs, shiba, cabbage, keep eating you cold hearted bastards!
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BHWW - 2010-12-04
This is leftover behavior from the ancestors of the Shiba Inu, which were originally bred to flush out and hunt the now extinct, vicious, feral cabbages that once roamed across Japan in great numbers.
RedHood - 2010-12-04
You forgot to mention the cabbages were also Demons who possesed super natural abilities.

fluffy - 2010-12-04
At night they would grow long tendrils with which they became ambulatory so that they could rape the village women.

CJH - 2010-12-04
It's true, adorable babies were once found in heads of cabbage, whole patches of them, until the merciless Inus developed a taste for that sweet mixture of lettuce and childflesh.
poorwill - 2010-12-04
Can you imagine the dogfarts? p-u!
fedex - 2010-12-04
look closely, they are not actually eating them, just ripping them to shreds

kennydra - 2010-12-05
that one in the back right is most certainly eating it.

Adramelech - 2010-12-05
This is a clip from "The Walking Dead" in a really awesome parallel universe.
jyrque - 2010-12-05
I like the way you think.

Robert DeNegro - 2010-12-05
To the untrained eye, you'd think this was nothing but a bunch of dogs eating crap off the floor.
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