I can’t fucking breathe. Holy shit. This is basically my entire personality and interests in a video. I will never recover from this.
I can’t even pretend for a second this isn’t something I would do lol
My pigeons are trying to respond to this video
- feeling safe and secured
- it feels so warm mmmm
- straight to sleep bc comfy
- face full of hair
- one dead arm
- awkward bonerIt’s well worth the awkward boner
well that’s all lies. It’s more like
- something comfy to cling to
- a nice little grove to rest your chin against (shoulder/neck)
- omg super comfy + cute and relaxing omg feel their heartbeat
So this video was created by a third year Game Development student at UOIT. This is the final animation for an Animation Arts class. My friend Colin used all the techniques that were taught by this professor. And as you can see, he made the best animation with what was taught. Seriously, it’s genius.
No, honestly, if you guys want to know how shitty my sense of humor is, here’s a good example. Probably 500k of the views on this are me replaying it 50 times in a row and crylaughing. STILL. AFTER LIKE 5 YEARS.
I’m 4 years old.
in other news im about 85% towards getting rid of my dog, lieutenant. since he’s ‘aggressive’, that means im probably putting him down. dog’s gone nuts since new roommate moved in. don’t love him when he’s nuts. can’t clean whirlwind of destruction every night while im asleep over and over again. two dogs are better than three anyhow. ill make a big plush out of him or something.
Isn’t there any kind of alternative option to putting him down..? I’m aware that other people have kind of approached you about it abrasively but i’m just curious mainly. Having had to make the decision to put down my own dog not long ago but under entirely different circumstances it kind of saddens me that the option is being considered for Lieutennant when he could maybe go to a home or shelter???? <:s
I agree. He might just not do well with other dogs or strangers. If you feel that you can’t take care of him, don’t just put him down immediately. The options of re-homing are always out there, there’s always going to be homes that don’t have other dogs in. Putting down a stressed out dog is never the answer, please consider/find a shelter for your dog to go to.