If an animal could talk, which animal do you think would be the rudest?

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    threekeysposted 12 months ago

    If an animal could talk, which animal do you think would be the rudest?

  2. shanmarie profile image77
    shanmarieposted 12 months ago

    My dog would undoubtedly be the rudest animal around here! He growls if you disturb him while he tries to sleep. He growls when he thinks the cat is getting more attention than he is. Or he pushes her out of a lap and if that doesn't work, he just sits on her. He also does not want a cat to get food when he does not so he will run a cat off if he thinks a kid might feed a cat and not him. He must be blind because I can't even walk by my daughter's room at night without being growled at by a dog ready to defend.

    I call him our sour patch dog, like the Sour Patch Kid candy commercials. First he's sour, then he's sweet. After he gets in trouble for being mean he tears up and gives a sad puppy face and tries to get hugs.

    1. helenstuart profile image67
      helenstuartposted 12 months agoin reply to this

      I think I know his Brother. I wish I could see a picture of him. What kind of dog is he? and if he is a mix of some, could you describe him? I am so familiar with that guilty dog look.

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      threekeysposted 12 months agoin reply to this

      He doesnt sound happy about life, does he?
      I feel sorry for your dog, for some reason. Do you ever get the chance to take him for a good daily walk? It may use up all that excess energy and relax him?

    3. shanmarie profile image77
      shanmarieposted 12 months agoin reply to this

      He's a Chiweenie. He has a huge yard to run in and other dogs to play with. He's just always been this way since we got him as a puppy. I think he has a chihuahua personality. You'd really feel sorry for him if you saw his I'm sorry expression.

    4. Ericdierker profile image50
      Ericdierkerposted 12 months agoin reply to this

      Sounds like a Napoleon complex to me. I know some men just like it.

  3. helenstuart profile image67
    helenstuartposted 12 months ago

    Humans, for sure. Maybe you are saying "Humans can talk" well, there you go, half the equation is already mapped out for you. We have proof. If I had to pick a second choice, I would probably say June-bugs near a porch light. Summer nights are great for relaxing and having conversations with cool drink, until a platoon of june bugs dive bomb you, and you are picking them out of your drink, spitting the really good shots out of your mouth. Just when they've almost ruined everything, a cat comes along, stares up at them for a moment, and then hurls himself , most undignified into space. It does your heart good to hear the cat crunch up the June bug, and he must like it, as well as his own avant garde ballet, because the conversation just turns into muffled giggles as the cat throws himself ungainfully about the porch, murdering "those bastard dive-bombing beetles"  interupted every few minutes by the crunch crunch of another June bug snack. Only in summer.

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      threekeysposted 12 months agoin reply to this

      For some reason I didnt think of including humans.
      Never heard of June Bugs. Have to check them out.
      When I came across this question, I couldnt think of one. But I thought it may be a light hearted, fun question to ask.

    2. shanmarie profile image77
      shanmarieposted 12 months agoin reply to this

      Ugh, you don't want to know a June bug! They attack and attach themselves. I don't know....They may be worse than love bugs (I mean the literal bug), which is a nuisance but they don't have sharp feet like a beetle.

    3. Ericdierker profile image50
      Ericdierkerposted 12 months agoin reply to this

      Helen that is hilarious and a full ditto from my family to yours. My son will catch most bugs but is down right fearful of those bugs that come out here in July and we still have the dive bombers.

 
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