how much of a jerk you gotta be to call someone's dog ugly?I consistently have ridiculously dumb fights with my grandmother. She refuses to take her medication to balance her moods and I’m stupid enough to unfailingly walk into situations and make it worse. We’ve had fights over a garden hose, where the bird feeder should be, what did the newscaster say, how to properly use WD40...
You’d think I’d learn. The best answer is always “You’re probably right.”
Internet stuff is always rife with dumb arguments. My guild is supposed to be drama free but someone called someone else’s dog ugly and the dog owner ended up leaving (over other things, this was just the final straw).
Right?? That’s what the owner was saying, too. Even if you feel that way, why say something like that. There’s that saying “If you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all.”how much of a jerk you gotta be to call someone's dog ugly?
that's not right.
actually i seem to remember him caring for each at different points and being okay with either.I once got into an argument with a BBC Sherlock fan over whether Sherlock Holmes is a cat person or a dog person.
He's obviously a dog person; he canonically uses dogs for various crime detection purposes. Cats can't be used in crime detection as well as dogs can and Sherlock only cares about detecting. I don't think he'd be interested in pet cats.
(This argument went on for three days.)
actually i seem to remember him caring for each at different points and being okay with either.
but that might not be canon to the books i dunno.
could be said he's kind of indifferent to both then.Sherlock in (Cumberbatch) Sherlock had a false memory of a pet dog called Redbeard that he always wanted.
In the original stories he also employs the help of a bloodhound called Tobey, and there is the Hound of the Baskerville's, (although that case didn't exactly demonstrate his love for dogs.) Cats are not even mentioned in the original Conan Doyle, as far as I remember.