Why are you afraid of your friends pitbull Hannibal? Because it was staring at you?
Sorry but I just started laughing. Maybe Hannibal thought you were looking at him as if he were breakfast food
Hannibal was a master tactician and considered one of the greatest commanders in history. Clearly, if the pitbull was staring at you, it was the first step in his master plot to overcome his suppressors.
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