Where the heck am I?
I hate Facebook.
You would have loved Pensacola Christian College then. I was the only person there who I know ever swore. Everyone else said "Frick you" or "what the frick". When a student got raped when I was there my immediate response was to say the whole incident was terrible and "fucked up". The main gossip for the next few days wasnt about the horrific rape but rather me saying fuck. I am so glad I left that place.Adults who can’t handle hearing swears. Can’t stand when I, a fully grown adult man, will casually drop a swear like “fuck” and get nasty glares from some entitled prudish man-child nearby. I’m sorry but this isn’t a kindergarten classroom — it’s public. If you can’t handle hearing mean words then maybe you should learn to wear some earbuds when you have to leave the home. I’m not sure how some adults truly function in society if hearing a light swear word upsets them enough to need to glare at me.
Windows definitely gives a more comprehensive universe of products and better troubleshooting in a pinch.
I've worked with dogs in numerous jobs and can understand.I hate chihuahuas.
(Sorry to all the chihuahua lovers out there <3 Just can’t stand the little gremlins)
To clarify, I don't hate any kind of dog breed.Lot of pup-shaming going on today.
The best training is snuggles.To clarify, I don't hate any kind of dog breed.
It's the lack of training people invest with their dogs that causes aggressive and territorial behavior in life. With any dog, it's most crucial to begin training them at a young age because that's when they learn the quickest. People sometimes don't pay attention to behaviors puppies display like barking at family members, growling, or food hoarding, because people find the scene adorable.
It can 'look' cute, but it's a whole different picture when that 12-pound puppy is now 80 and could seriously hurt someone. A lot of the dogs I took care of in shelters got there because their owners weren't responsible and didn't dedicate the time to train them.
This is true. Positive reinforcement like praise and affection is the best thing you can do. Dogs love it like nothing else. No matter how small of a task, or request, I give them showers of love because it helps them stay in that pattern.The best training is snuggles.