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OP stepping out on a date:

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(04-26-2017 09:09 PM)Merenguero Wrote:  Was O.P. that Spartan guy? Were Spartan and Libertarian Booty Hunter the same guy. For some reason, I think they weren't.

POH is LBH. I wonder what happened to him, last update I have is from three years ago.

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(04-26-2017 09:12 PM)Cattle Rustler Wrote:  
(04-26-2017 09:09 PM)Merenguero Wrote:  Was O.P. that Spartan guy? Were Spartan and Libertarian Booty Hunter the same guy. For some reason, I think they weren't.

POH is LBH. I wonder what happened to him, last update I have is from three years ago.

He came back by making some autistic rant where he decided to try to smack me around, I think in large part, because I offered to get him help on multiple occasions. Fuck that faggot. I can't even remember whether he spoke positively or negatively about you in his rant.

Edit: Cattle Rustler, now I remember. He said something about you looking like a Salvadoran watermelon farmer, whatever the hell that means. The guy needs serious help.
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RE: Owning a Zebra
(04-26-2017 09:13 PM)Merenguero Wrote:  
(04-26-2017 09:12 PM)Cattle Rustler Wrote:  
(04-26-2017 09:09 PM)Merenguero Wrote:  Was O.P. that Spartan guy? Were Spartan and Libertarian Booty Hunter the same guy. For some reason, I think they weren't.

POH is LBH. I wonder what happened to him, last update I have is from three years ago.

He came back by making some autistic rant where he decided to try to smack me around, I think in large part, because I offered to get him help on multiple occasions.

Maybe LibertarianBootyHunter is the reason for the well-known association between libertarianism and autism.
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(04-26-2017 09:20 PM)Suits Wrote:  
(04-26-2017 09:13 PM)Merenguero Wrote:  
(04-26-2017 09:12 PM)Cattle Rustler Wrote:  
(04-26-2017 09:09 PM)Merenguero Wrote:  Was O.P. that Spartan guy? Were Spartan and Libertarian Booty Hunter the same guy. For some reason, I think they weren't.

POH is LBH. I wonder what happened to him, last update I have is from three years ago.

He came back by making some autistic rant where he decided to try to smack me around, I think in large part, because I offered to get him help on multiple occasions.

Maybe LibertarianBootyHunter is the reason for the well-known association between libertarianism and autism.

I don't know. As long as he isn't the next Elliott Rodger, I guess his autism isn't hurting anybody.
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This is a must for this thread:

Baby tortoises.

Preferably baby Gelapagos tortoises, but any kind of cute tortoise will do as long as it's a baby.

All this talk about fancy zebras, huge hares etc... is totally fine. But where's the mobility? It helps you seal the deal at home, surely, but what about actively building attraction in the here and now?

I had a friend who went around with a baby tortoise in his back pack, or even sometimes his shirt pocket. Remember these things fit in half the palm of your hand. At bars or any convenient moment with girls around, out comes the tortoise. Just you need to feed it or something. Then the baby tortoise goes on the table and crawls around, all the girls oooooh and aaaah, and you've got them right there.

I saw this in action, no joke. Even all the dudes want to be your friend.

Amazing portability, and give him a nice little home in your backpack and he's happy.

   

Who wouldn't want to see that cute little guy munch on some lettuce???

Just don't get too drunk, obviously he's a little fragile, so you gotta be a good parent and take him home after too many drinks, preferably with a nice young lady you just met.

Don't even get me started on the kinds of pet names you can give him too.


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(04-27-2017 12:56 AM)Robert High Hawk Wrote:  This is a must for this thread:

Baby tortoises.

Preferably baby Gelapagos tortoises, but any kind of cute tortoise will do as long as it's a baby.

All this talk about fancy zebras, huge hares etc... is totally fine. But where's the mobility? It helps you seal the deal at home, surely, but what about actively building attraction in the here and now?

I had a friend who went around with a baby tortoise in his back pack, or even sometimes his shirt pocket. Remember these things fit in half the palm of your hand. At bars or any convenient moment with girls around, out comes the tortoise. Just you need to feed it or something. Then the baby tortoise goes on the table and crawls around, all the girls oooooh and aaaah, and you've got them right there.

I saw this in action, no joke. Even all the dudes want to be your friend.

Amazing portability, and give him a nice little home in your backpack and he's happy.



Who wouldn't want to see that cute little guy munch on some lettuce???

Just don't get too drunk, obviously he's a little fragile, so you gotta be a good parent and take him home after too many drinks, preferably with a nice young lady you just met.

Don't even get me started on the kinds of pet names you can give him too.


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RE: Owning a Zebra
Saving up for a giraffe.
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        Seems like chicks might like these:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.babble....ryone/amp/

Capybaras.

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"The Iron Butt is an extreme-distance motorcycle rally, as in it hurts to be in the saddle that long. It lasts several days, and is much more bad-"ass" than it sounds."
To quote an RVF brother, Hoser as he explained my screen name to another member.
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(04-27-2017 12:56 AM)Robert High Hawk Wrote:  This is a must for this thread:

Baby tortoises.

Preferably baby Gelapagos tortoises, but any kind of cute tortoise will do as long as it's a baby.

All this talk about fancy zebras, huge hares etc... is totally fine. But where's the mobility? It helps you seal the deal at home, surely, but what about actively building attraction in the here and now?

I had a friend who went around with a baby tortoise in his back pack, or even sometimes his shirt pocket. Remember these things fit in half the palm of your hand. At bars or any convenient moment with girls around, out comes the tortoise. Just you need to feed it or something. Then the baby tortoise goes on the table and crawls around, all the girls oooooh and aaaah, and you've got them right there.

I saw this in action, no joke. Even all the dudes want to be your friend.

Amazing portability, and give him a nice little home in your backpack and he's happy.



Who wouldn't want to see that cute little guy munch on some lettuce???

Just don't get too drunk, obviously he's a little fragile, so you gotta be a good parent and take him home after too many drinks, preferably with a nice young lady you just met.

Don't even get me started on the kinds of pet names you can give him too.


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You might get kicked out for that shit, it's a health code violation to bring an animal to a restaurant or bar.


I second the capycabra, cute as fuck.

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I see your capybara and raise you a quokka, a creature which literally can't stop smiling and has no fear of man:

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Quokka game is now over.

Emu game is where its at now:

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(04-27-2017 12:18 PM)Ironbutt62 Wrote:  Seems like chicks might like these:

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.babble....ryone/amp/

Capybaras.


First of all, those are not capybaras. I don't know what the hell those are, but they aren't capybaras.

These are capybaras.

[Image: capybara-07-624x615.jpg]

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They have a quiet dignity and confidence.

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You would too if this was your primary predator:

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If you are capybara that has somehow survived something that eats alligators, you have a right to have some attitude.

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Other animals will flock to serve you:

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And you can be forgiven for thinking the idea that capybara game is over is gay.

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(04-27-2017 08:59 PM)Cattle Rustler Wrote:  
(04-27-2017 12:56 AM)Robert High Hawk Wrote:  This is a must for this thread:

Baby tortoises.


I had a friend who went around with a baby tortoise in his back pack, or even sometimes his shirt pocket. Remember these things fit in half the palm of your hand. At bars or any convenient moment with girls around, out comes the tortoise. Just you need to feed it or something. Then the baby tortoise goes on the table and crawls around, all the girls oooooh and aaaah, and you've got them right there.

I saw this in action, no joke. Even all the dudes want to be your friend.

Amazing portability, and give him a nice little home in your backpack and he's happy.

*** FIN ***

You might get kicked out for that shit, it's a health code violation to bring an animal to a restaurant or bar.


I second the capycabra, cute as fuck.

I'm glad this thread got bumped so i can reply to what you wrote:

Generally speaking there is a small risk. But I forgot to mention that my friend showed me his baby tortoise in bar. The waitress was all about it.

Use your situational awareness and choose the right kind of bar, with the right kind of waitress. Or just bring him on dates to the park.
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(05-16-2017 12:11 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  First of all, those are not capybaras. I don't know what the hell those are, but they aren't capybaras.

Pretty sure they're wombats.

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(05-16-2017 10:53 PM)Tex Cruise Wrote:  
(05-16-2017 12:11 PM)debeguiled Wrote:  First of all, those are not capybaras. I don't know what the hell those are, but they aren't capybaras.

Pretty sure they're wombats.

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Not even a joke, a little pig is basically the trump card for pet-game. You can also walk them so they are very portable.

I've thought about this a lot over the past couple years.

Walk your pig at a college campus, outdoor downtown mall, or any area heavily trafficked by young women. You will get mobbed like you're some fucking celebrity guarantee it.

Look at this crowd this 3/10 draws with her adorable miniature pig.



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Hahaha! Good call, Stalin! I concur, you will draw in crowds and the lil guys (if you get Vietnamese potbelly) are not hard to maintain from what I 've been told.
I wanted to get one a few years ago but I' ve always been a dog person.

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A pig! Might as well get a mini chimp. He could probably sit on your shoulders as you approach girls. He'd literally be your wing.
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Those little moneys are probably really pricey and hard to get your hands on, also let cuddly and cute as a pig.

You can buy a micro pig for a few hundred bucks and from what I've read they are pretty easy to care for and smart (smarter than dogs even). Can be trained to use a litter box like a cat and can be taught tricks.
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^^Tea cup pigs really don't exist. You'll probably end up getting a full sized pig.

They're alright animals, but you have to have an environment set up for them that's a little different than for cats and dogs.

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(05-17-2017 11:13 AM)General Stalin Wrote:  Those little moneys are probably really pricey and hard to get your hands on, also let cuddly and cute as a pig.

You can buy a micro pig for a few hundred bucks and from what I've read they are pretty easy to care for and smart (smarter than dogs even). Can be trained to use a litter box like a cat and can be taught tricks.

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Owning a fez is cool too. Get a pig and a fez.

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(05-17-2017 11:47 AM)The Beast1 Wrote:  ^^Tea cup pigs really don't exist. You'll probably end up getting a full sized pig.

They're alright animals, but you have to have an environment set up for them that's a little different than for cats and dogs.

Yeah the claims that mini/micro pigs stay small is bogus. They may not grow to be 500 lbs. farm swine but they grow to be well over 100 lbs. generally. Need to keep that in mind when buying one.
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The best trick a pig can do is this one:

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Good boy!

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