Author Topic: Can animals be b*stards?  (Read 609 times)

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Re: Can animals be b*stards?
« Reply #30 on: Jun 15, 2018, 10:07:25 PM »
Unlike when a human decides to dedicate their lives to the art of bastardness.

Iím not convinced that humans do that either. Humans tend to have three levels of denial, it wasnít actually that bad, it was a bit bad but totally justified, it was bad but Iím generally a lovely person. Itís really rare for anyone to think that theyíre a bad person.
Yes, exactly.

The bastardry level of people is often measured by others rather than ones self I guess so thatís very true in most cases. Denial is very important when it comes to self preservation.

I have a vision of a chihuahua church wedding now.

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Re: Can animals be b*stards?
« Reply #31 on: Jun 15, 2018, 10:13:15 PM »
I am giving up having cats when my 16 year old finally snuffs it. She's still killing things, though not with the monotonous regularity she once did. The first time I ever saw a bullfinch close up was when it was lying dead on the doorstep. Thanks Minnie!

But she's not a bastard. In a way I find her instincts to stalk and pounce quite fascinating to watch. It's all just so normal for her. So I don't judge. I just get very cross.

It is fascinating but I never like cleaning up the debri.