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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Tell them they don't understand animals.
    Correction, tell them they don't understand birds and, or mammals.
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    It doesn't matter if I understand animals - animals understand me...

    And if you say animals don't understand me, then you're full of sheet!

    Actually it doesn't bother me - I find the topic quite amusing, actually!

    It's Blackmail who ferking pisses me off...
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    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    The Dog Whisperer is rather practical and he bases his methods on dog behavior. I do know what you are talking about. There was an actual "Pet Psychic" on Animal Planet who would communicate with deceased pets. I think she probably had herself convinced on at least some points, but it is hard to imagine taking it that far with sincerity. I couldn't determine for certain if she was completely convinced of herself, although it seemed entirely possible.
    Woah I had no idea it got that serious. I'm pretty sure all those "talk to the dead" shows can be explained by the art of cold reading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BerberElla View Post
    Tell them they are too wierd to be loved.
    Oh, shit that hurts...

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    I'm not too weird to be loved!!!! My husband loves me, and he's an INTJ or ISFP or something....Anyway I might drive him crazy, but he still loves me. I think the more 'stodgy' types, as they are often called, love weirdness. We help them to find their side. Wheeeee!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Tell them they don't understand animals.
    That's a pretty good one, or train their dog to do this. (I love the yawn at the beginning) Actually training the dog to say "I hate you" might be more effective

    YouTube - Husky Dog Talking

    [youtube=qXo3NFqkaRM]Husky Dog[/youtube]

    It's interesting how she matches the pitch of her voice. Obviously hearing words in the response is meaningless to the dog, but the dog's deliberate effort to match the sounds created by others in the pack is actually kind of interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    That's a pretty good one, or train their dog to do this. (I love the yawn at the beginning) Actually training the dog to say "I hate you" might be more effective

    YouTube - Husky Dog Talking

    [youtube=qXo3NFqkaRM]Husky Dog[/youtube]

    It's interesting how he matches the pitch of her voice.
    HAHAHAHAAHAH! I wonder how long that took to train him - was probably coincidence the first time he did it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    That's a pretty good one, or train their dog to do this. (I love the yawn at the beginning) Actually training the dog to say "I hate you" might be more effective

    It's interesting how he matches the pitch of her voice.
    LOL. If a dog did that to me out of the blue, I'd be questioning my reality for sure.

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    I've definitely decided after reading all this that I am now an ESFP... And if I'm not, I'm just going to 'will it' into reality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by toonia View Post
    That's a pretty good one, or train their dog to do this. (I love the yawn at the beginning) Actually training the dog to say "I hate you" might be more effective

    YouTube - Husky Dog Talking

    [youtube=qXo3NFqkaRM]Husky Dog[/youtube]

    It's interesting how she matches the pitch of her voice. Obviously hearing words in the response is meaningless to the dog, but the dog's deliberate effort to match the sounds created by others in the pack is actually kind of interesting.
    Actually, the yawn in the beginning indicates that the dog is stressed and is either not sure what to do or doesn't feel like it.
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