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What kind of pets do you want to buy? Lets be civil about it.

Paizo Employee Customer Service & Community Manager

This sounds like a trap... >.> but I'll bite.

Shiba Inu puppy (red) . And I would name it Daji.


We do have a few rabid dogs for sale. And one rabid badger.


Sara Marie wrote:

This sounds like a trap... >.> but I'll bite.

Shiba Inu puppy (red) . And I would name it Daji.

~hits the buzzer~ WRONG!!! Go to the corner and think on your vile ways.


Sharoth wrote:
What kind of pets do you want to buy? Lets be civil about it.

Ooo! I'd like some rabbits and fresh fishies! Mmmm... delicious!

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

I think we're looking for something non-rabid. Do you have anything like that?

Scarab Sages

Sharoth wrote:
We do have a few rabid dogs for sale. And one rabid badger.

It's the feral dragons you need to watch out for.

"How much is that gorilla in the window?"


GenCon Gollum wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
What kind of pets do you want to buy? Lets be civil about it.
Ooo! I'd like some rabbits and fresh fishies! Mmmm... delicious!

~tosses you into the piranah pool and then takes what is left and feeds it to the rabbit from a certain movie~


Oink?


Gary Teter wrote:
I think we're looking for something non-rabid. Do you have anything like that?

~Hands you Kobold Cleaver~ Will that do?


Kill da kobold!


Vagrant Sow wrote:
Oink?

Bacon and Ham!


Sharoth wrote:
GenCon Gollum wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
What kind of pets do you want to buy? Lets be civil about it.
Ooo! I'd like some rabbits and fresh fishies! Mmmm... delicious!
~tosses you into the piranah pool and then takes what is left and feeds it to the rabit from a certain movie~

No! Precious doesn't like the water! Precious likes to be dirty and filthy and covered with ...

Mmm... fishies! Begins eating the piranhas


I'm available as a pet, but I've got high standards. My enclosure needs to be valued at around $4-5 million, and I get fed on cheerleaders.


Moff Rimmer wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
We do have a few rabid dogs for sale. And one rabid badger.

It's the feral dragons you need to watch out for.

"How much is that gorilla in the window?"

~looks at the holographic Gorrilla~ $5000 for that one.

Scarab Sages

Sharoth wrote:
Vagrant Sow wrote:
Oink?
Bacon and Ham!

Would you eat them in a box?

Would you share them with a fox?
Would you eat them on a train?
Would you eat them in the rain?

Grand Lodge

Can I have the badger?


Madclaw wrote:
Can I have the badger?

Sure. Let me see just how much taig is worth. ~thinks~ $0.05 sounds about right.


Mike The Tiger wrote:
I'm available as a pet, but I've got high standards. My enclosure needs to be valued at around $4-5 million, and I get fed on cheerleaders.

~thinks~ Nah! I think a good tiger skin rug will do nicely.

Grand Lodge

*slaps down a shinny new nickle* Yay! I'm gonna name him Francis! And he will be my minion!


Sharoth wrote:
Mike The Tiger wrote:
I'm available as a pet, but I've got high standards. My enclosure needs to be valued at around $4-5 million, and I get fed on cheerleaders.
~thinks~ Nah! I think a good tiger skin rug will do nicely.

Nice try lizard! But I'm an endangered species. Mess with me and Al Gore will be all over you like flies on s!@+.


Here I come to save the day!


circles the thread

Grand Lodge

In case you didn't get the reference


Sharoth wrote:
Gary Teter wrote:
I think we're looking for something non-rabid. Do you have anything like that?
~Hands you Kobold Cleaver~ Will that do?

There are some nice guppies, too.


Aberzombie wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Vagrant Sow wrote:
Oink?
Bacon and Ham!

Would you eat them in a box?

Would you share them with a fox?
Would you eat them on a train?
Would you eat them in the rain?

What are brains and hearts??

Dark Archive

Black Lantern Mac Boyce wrote:
What are brains and hearts??

That is correct for $800. Please make another selection from the board.

Scarab Sages

I'll take Wall Meets Head for $200 Alex.

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

I think there's something wrong with my parrot.

The Exchange

Gary Teter wrote:
I think there's something wrong with my parrot.

he is a pretty parrot with great plumage, the Norwegian Blue correct? what could be wrong with him?

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

I dunno, he seems a little listless.

The Exchange

Gary Teter wrote:
I dunno, he seems a little listless.

No, no it's resting, look!

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

Is it supposed to shock me like that when I touch it?


Sharoth wrote:
What kind of pets do you want to buy? Lets be civil about it.

I have promised my daughter that when we get back to Vancouver in August we will buy a border collie pup.


Kruely, you know that border collies are genetic f!*%ing mutant workaholics that demolish the interior of houses if they can't herd sheep 18 hours a day, right?

Border collies shouldn't be pets for humans until we are so technologically advanced that we can buy the border collie a pet android to throw frisbees for him/her for 12 hours a day.

Just thought you should be warned; if you knew that already, then carry on.

The Exchange

Gary Teter wrote:
Is it supposed to shock me like that when I touch it?

Shock you? Norwegian Blue's have great plumage, just look at that plumage shocking isn't it?


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

Kruely, you know that border collies are genetic f@##ing mutant workaholics that demolish the interior of houses if they can't herd sheep 18 hours a day, right?

Border collies shouldn't be pets for humans until we are so technologically advanced that we can buy the border collie a pet android to throw frisbees for him/her for 12 hours a day.

Just thought you should be warned; if you knew that already, then carry on.

Thanks for the heads up. Did not know that.

Luckily we're going to be living on Vancouver Island on about 4 acres. There will be a goat, so the dog will have something to exercise his control issues on. Plus I love Frisbee.

Walking distance of the sea. So it can go swimming too.... hopefully it won't get mistaken for a seal.... NOM NOM NOM


I copied this off of a site;

"If you want a dog who...

•Is medium-sized and natural-looking
•Has a handsome, easy-groom coat
•Is very athletic and thrives on TONS of exercise and training
•Is exceptionally intelligent and versatile -- when well-trained, can learn and do almost anything
•Will play fetch for hours and hours
A Border Collie may be right for you.

If you don't want to deal with...

•An intense athlete who can drive you up the wall with obsessive and destructive behaviors if you don't provide lots of exercise and creative outlets for his energy
•Compulsive chasing and nipping at things that move: children, joggers, other animals, bikes, cars
•"Separation anxiety" (destructiveness and barking) when left alone too much
•Shyness when not socialized enough
•Shedding
A Border Collie may not be right for you."

a lot of them ended up in rescue when the movie "Babe" came out because they can't just sit in your livingroom while you're at work, man. And if you don't have a herd of sheep, they're instinctually driven to herd kids and bicyclists......You really have to run the holy hell out of those dogs every day, man. They're not meant to be pets. They're work dogs.

Scarab Sages

Mmmmm.....bicyclists.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
...wow them BCs are crazy s@+&s...

Then there's the hour a day I spend biking... and I work at home.


Anyway, it's a good point. Maybe I'll shop around a bit at the dog rescue joints for a mutt. Ethically that's probably a better move.


I don't usually like to do the preaching bit, but border collies can be a handful.
But, hell, you might be the one person in 100 or whatever that ought to actually have one for all I know.

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

My parrot keeps trying to herd the border collies. Should I be worried?


That gives me an idea for Haunting of Harrowstone.

Parrots have a nasty habit of outliving their owners. I've heard of people getting left some skanky, ancient, surly, half-bald half-mummified bird in a will; maybe the Professor has a skanky 49 year old parrot for the party......

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

I'm starting to think maybe I shouldn't've bought this parrot in the first place. What is the return policy here anyway?


He's sleeping.

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

Also maybe I shouldn't have picked a 49 year old snarky parrot.


There was a woman that didn't work out, long ago, but DAMN do I miss the parrot she had. And damn but that parrot loved me too.
That would've been my piratin' parrot back in the day cos I woulda absconded with it.


Gary Teter wrote:
Also maybe I shouldn't have picked a 49 year old snarky parrot.

My brother and sister in law's clinic.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:

I don't usually like to do the preaching bit, but border collies can be a handful.

But, hell, you might be the one person in 100 or whatever that ought to actually have one for all I know.

Sounds kinda like my Boston Terrier. Except he'd rather be hunting squirrels and rats and breaking their little necks than herding them. He gets about a half hour of frisbee a day. He's relentless.

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