forsakensilence-sweetvengeance:

    And I’m back again ! I had to give purple another try !

    wanna see how i got this color?

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1SeIKMLD_Lw

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    Amazing!!!

    heartscanbreakbutlifegoeson:

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

    This makes me SOOOOOOOO unbelievably happy I can’t even put it into words. Honestly, God bless that German guy who completely destroyed his face. Everyone who abuses animals should be put through this and worse. Honestly, this isn’t enough. Too bad that guy didn’t break his skull completely or like paralyze him or something. Would’ve been WAYYYYY better if there was permanent damage. Still better than nothing though hahahah I haven’t been this happy in a while 😂😂😂😂

    This worthless disgusting scum deserved everything he got.

    Yeah only the face is clearly photoshopped.

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  1. I just wanted to make a comment, I've seen you note that a dog is not a wolf-dog when someone simply calls their pet "my wolf" and other variations. I often call my white shepherd my wolf and my wolf babe even though I know she contains no real wolf in her. It is simply a nickname. I suppose you can never know if someone truly thinks it or not, but maybe only point it out if someone is trying to express that they think their dog has wolf in it?

    non-wolfdogs:

    Hmm, I think you may have mixed me up with yourdogisnotawolf?

    (But I’m sure I do it too, so here’s my reasoning…)

    Simply put, some people are incapable of differentiating between actual wolves and non-wolves (eg. White German Shepherds). I know this might seem silly to most people, but I guarantee that it happens. There have been quite a few documented cases in which dogs have been mistaken for wolves.

    On the more serious end, some of which even get killed. (Eg. This guy's Malamute was killed by a wolf hunter, who couldn't get the difference).

    And then there are the people who misrepresent out of ignorance. All of the following animals are claimed to be pure wolves by their owners:

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    • (This is actually a screenshot from a video; Shadowland’s “wolves” are actually Siberian Husky/German Shepherd mixes)

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    The “funny” thing is, these owners did not call their pets “wolves” as a nickname, or for fun - they truly believe they own a pet wolf. It might seem laughable, but some people simply cannot tell the difference.

    I wouldn’t say it’s necessarily harmful for you to call your dog a wolf in private, with friends/family who are aware of what a “real” wolf looks like, but when it comes to the internet, the world wide web is vast and full of all kinds of people. (In other words, someone might see a picture of your dog, captioned with “my pet wolf” and truly believe you own a pet wolf. Many popular “wolf” images on the internet are actually dogs - this seems obvious to lots of people, but not-so-obvious to others…)

    Hope this clarifies things!!

    THIS Xs A MILLION!!!!!! ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    prettyblackpastel:

    Betsey Johnson Spring RTW 2014

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  3. My dog today!

    Remus my lowcontent Wolfdog had so much fun with me in TN at the reunion! He got to see his brother again! Issa (lower-high content) and Cadence (high-mid content puppy)