Discussion in 'Off-topic Zone' started by joseephuss, Sep 13, 2012.
19 Video No Cry Challenge
Sorry, won't even try. Just reading some the titles is enough for me. Very sensitive to animal stories.:
Nope. Can't watch videos about dogs dying. I am going to go crazy when my Miley Dancer dies.
Maybe you need the no squealing challenge.
No thanks. "Sad cat trying to revive his friend" as a title was enough.
I had a Boston Terrier named Jake years ago. There was another BT that lived in our neighborhood named Stella. Both were fixed. Whenever Stella came up the street, Jake would cry and whine to be let out and they'd go and play together. Stella would wait at our doorstep for us to let Jake out sometimes.
One day Jake starts whining, and Dad lets him out to go play with her. Stella darts across the street and gets run over at the end of our property line. She died right there in the street with Jake sitting next to her. For the next few days Jake refused to come in, he'd sit in the street where she died, moving only for cars. Dad finally had to douse that part of the street with gas and burn her scent off.
Worse part, my sister had a friend named Stella a few years later. Anytime you'd mention her by name, Jake would start yelping and jumping around to go outside. He'd run to the end of our yard, and stand there waiting for her until you went and got him.
Yeah, I can't handle sad animal stories since then.
Nope, those damn Sarah McLachlan commercials make me water up.
Nope, I don't stand a chance. Would probably do better if it were about humans rather then animals as bad as that sounds.
ditto, I can watch movies and news with death galore with a complete stone face
if one of those SPCA commercials come on, I can't change the channel fast enough
Agree. It's sort of sad and something I really don't understand. If it were children I think it would be a different story though. There's just something very innocent and pure and loving about animals and children. I'll never understand how anyone could want to do harm to either.
Nope. I've already lost this one. Danny and Annie from StoryCorp kills me every time.
Did you guys ever see the two guys beating the big poodle? I watched for maybe 30 seconds before I started bawling. It's too much.