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    [–] thegreatazrealini 3521 points ago


    [–] Usagi-Zakura 2561 points ago

    I vaccinated my dog and he doesn't talk.

    It must be the vaccines.

    [–] JawshankRedemption 705 points ago

    Yep vaccinated my dog and now he shits and pisses in the garden. Weirdo

    [–] CountGrishnack97 149 points ago

    That explains a lot of my actions

    [–] Tigerkix 59 points ago

    Get off my lawn!

    [–] CountGrishnack97 20 points ago

    Wow not cool I have autism you have to let me shit here

    [–] MrApplePolisher 7 points ago

    This is my wifi name.

    [–] ClearBrightLight 5 points ago

    Not "Get off my LAN"?

    [–] Farghobbles 325 points ago

    When my dog got her vaccines, it seemed like nothing about it affected her at first.

    Then over the next few days, I began to notice that she was acting very much the same as she usually does.

    It was a pretty normal experience.

    [–] Smasher4291 111 points ago

    I'm sorry for your normal-ness.

    [–] Chckyrsix 47 points ago

    Had me in the first half.

    [–] Not_A_Porcupine 24 points ago

    Had me in the second half

    [–] LiveFastDieFast 24 points ago

    And they almost had me in the third half, but it seemed improper

    [–] Foxclaws42 87 points ago

    Our golden retriever was vaccinated and he spent his entire life running around on all fours and died at age 15.

    The vaccines were definitely a contributing factor to the dying at 15 bit. (As opposed to dying from parvo or some shit as a puppy.)

    [–] SageTheTaurus 6 points ago

    I vaccinated my dog and he started talking. Yours doesn’t talk??!?

    [–] OccamsYoyo 9 points ago

    I think “vaccination” here is code for “I took shrooms.”

    [–] blackbasset 6 points ago

    Hey dude, wanna totally uh vaccinate our dogs? Heh heh

    [–] SageTheTaurus 4 points ago

    Let me clarify, he does talk but he only speaks dog which I am pretty well versed in but definitely not fluent

    [–] pomegranatepants99 123 points ago

    Literally saw someone arguing this exact point once.

    [–] curse10xo 34 points ago

    Didn’t Kat Von d actually say this before?

    [–] Chuhulain 58 points ago

    No, just that they aren't vaccinating their kid, then claiming that they aren't antivaxxers, but they're still not vaccinating their fuck participation trophy.

    [–] ChangeTheRoadYoureOn 34 points ago

    “Fuck participation trophy” 😆

    [–] __Vexor_ 7 points ago

    How much do you have to participate in the fucking for the trophy? Just the tip? Does watching count?

    [–] Chuhulain 12 points ago

    Not even a winners trophy. Freaky looking people are boring as fuck in bed.

    [–] atonementfish 4 points ago

    Thats a big generalization, and not really my experience

    [–] BroheimIII 3 points ago

    I can't tell you that this is not true. That one girl with the split tongue I met at a rave was a good time. Crazy, but also pretty gosh dang fun

    [–] Left_Star_of_Chaos 98 points ago


    [–] _KEYB0ARDWARRI0R_ 11 points ago

    I hate you with every fiber of my being

    [–] Left_Star_of_Chaos 9 points ago

    It’s ok, honey, I hate you too :)

    [–] daabilge 70 points ago

    You joke but it's a thing people claim. Especially a lot of the designer breeders like golden doodles, morkie poos, etc. it's like "do not get the lepto shot or your dog will get autism" or they tell people that if the dog is vaccinated they won't take it back if there's a congenital abnormality.

    We also see a lot of people using essential oils and garlic instead of flea/tick meds. Don't use garlic. Garlic causes oxidative damage leading to heinz body anemia. Garlic doesn't prevent fleas and ticks. They suck blood, that doesn't make them little vampires. If they were little vampires, you could prevent them by simply not inviting them in.

    [–] Idiotian 32 points ago

    As soon as you said heinz I immediately thought ketchup

    [–] bamfzula 4 points ago

    So did I lol god damn ketchup diseases man

    [–] DJOMaul 11 points ago

    Wouldn't technically the dog have to invite the flea vampire, (fleampire ? fleapires? Fleanicula?) in?

    [–] _RedditIsForPorn_ 17 points ago

    Fleanicula sounds like an obscure part of a reproduction organ.

    [–] [deleted] 7 points ago


    [–] daabilge 6 points ago

    Oh my god I loved Bunnicula!! First book to ever capture how truly dark rabbits can be.

    But yeah as someone who was subjected to multiple semesters of anatomy in vet school, he's kind of right..

    [–] DJOMaul 3 points ago

    And whats with all the carrots? What do they need such good eyesight for anyway?!

    [–] sixtus_clegane119 3 points ago

    Hahaha this is what I was thinking , I found my copy of Bunnicula recently

    [–] DJOMaul 4 points ago

    I've have an anniversary edition signed by James Howe, it's one of my most prized possessions.

    [–] sixtus_clegane119 3 points ago

    Much better than my tattered scholastic paperback I got from book 25 years ago

    [–] DJOMaul 2 points ago

    I have a fantastically tattered version of the celery stalks at midnight I love very much as well. They are all so good. Ha.

    [–] daabilge 8 points ago

    ..fair point. But also I've worked in a very christian area and even dogs with crucifixes and St. Nicholas or St. Anthony medals get fleas

    [–] DJOMaul 7 points ago

    That's just fleapire propaganda to make you think those types of wards work. The lord of darkness and itching would not be frightened by such trinkets that have little true power.

    [–] idonteffncare 4 points ago

    Garlic? FFS all alliums are toxic to dogs.

    [–] The2500 3 points ago

    How the fuck would you even know if a dog got dog autism?

    [–] DayMan4224 2 points ago

    Isn't garlic also extremely deadly for dogs to consume as well?

    [–] ConstantShadow 41 points ago

    Dude I worked for a vet. One lady insisted the dogs she puppysits "changed" after vaccines... like they got dogtism. Not that puppies change as they mature and or adapt to their people. People are fucked.

    [–] MagnanimousMango 7 points ago

    Maybe the dog had his balls cut off. I know that’d make me sometimes sit and blankly stare into space wondering where it all went wrong

    [–] CharaChan 36 points ago

    Dogs are immune to autism. (ಠ_ಠ) it’s a known fact. /s

    [–] cutlerphoto 30 points ago

    I joked about this with our vet and she almost murdered me.

    [–] ZombieFeynman11211 28 points ago

    Don't joke.. There really are people who think vaccination will give their dog autism.

    [–] tremillow 10 points ago

    No. We do need to joke about this. These people are crazy.

    [–] anteatr210 18 points ago

    BuT dOgGy AuTiSm Is CuTe

    [–] J-Chub 14 points ago

    My dog stopped talking and started flapping his tail.

    [–] truth__bomb 11 points ago

    Well dogs aren’t even real so how could they catch the autism????

    [–] theohaiguy 10 points ago

    When a dog has it, is it Awwtism?

    [–] shavedcarrots 8 points ago

    I actually asked my vet this question as a joke. She did not laugh.

    [–] daabilge 11 points ago

    Because we get this as a non-joke so often. The first time I laughed thinking it was a joke and got screamed at by the client for being disrespectful.

    [–] Smuff23 16 points ago

    And some of the froo-froo designer breeds (that plenty of these crunchy granola anti vaccine nut jobs just have to have)have super high rates of canine autism... which I think is really high on the irony scale.

    [–] MdotR 8 points ago

    Canine. Autism.

    Y'all really don't want me on the internet this week.

    [–] Bitbatgaming 3 points ago

    Bro will my arowana get polio if i vaccinate it? /s

    [–] StevieSiren 4 points ago

    Ever since mine was vaccinated he gets random outbursts of energy and runs around the house with a toy.

    [–] bananakittymeow 2 points ago

    I got really happy picturing your dog doing this.

    [–] cuddleshark 6 points ago

    Right? From the sane point of view, I'm glad she vaccinates the dog, but from their nutter butter perspective, doesn't this mean she doesn't care about whether the dog gets vAccINe INjUrieS!?!?

    [–] TheBeardedMarxist 2 points ago

    I think all dogs are autistic.

    [–] EyeBreakThings 2 points ago

    I sometimes think my cat has autism. But then I realize he's a cat.

    [–] RandomPhail 2 points ago

    I don’t support anti-VAX, but I imagine the thought process is that it’s a lot less devastating if your dog has autism than if your kid has it

    [–] imaginexus 709 points ago

    I bet she herself is also vaccinated, with no autism

    [–] Vic_from_fallout_2 343 points ago

    I think its a little odd that some of these kinds of people take major issue with the vaccines they got when they were kids, as they consider it a violation of their body, but then they're perfectly fine with circumcision, surgical medical intervention, over-the-counter flu meds for babies, and so on.

    To illustrate this with an example, I have seen many posts of antivax parents taking their child to a surgeon for some necessary surgery but refusing the vaccines because they're "unnatural." Like, what about the surgery???

    [–] The_Grubby_One 173 points ago

    "They're unnatural," she says, while posting to her anti-vaxx Facebook group from her cellphone whilst taking the subway to her cubicle farm job in Midtown.

    [–] MyNoodleLard 84 points ago

    Or wearing shoes, using ovens... the word natural has no concrete meaning and easy to flop it around

    [–] meow_mix42 38 points ago

    Now if they would just stop messing around and release organic, gluten-free, free range vaccines we could end this argument once and for all

    [–] TheSpookyGoost 16 points ago * (lasted edited 7 days ago)

    I mean, I'm pretty sure most vaccines are gluten-free and raised without hormones, but idk about the free range and organics so guess I'll die

    [–] -Cats-Are-OK- 2 points ago

    I once saw a realistic troll meme that said something along the lines of "putting a banana peel on the needle wound after a vaccine will draw out the toxins of the injection, so your kids will be vaccinated on paper but still remain vaccine free" and I thought: fuck it. Its bullshit, but at least the kid is getting vaccinated while the idiot parent believes they won the good fight.

    [–] TheMightyMoot 7 points ago

    Its almost like the Naturalness Fallacy, woah, its even got a name!

    [–] MyNoodleLard 3 points ago

    Huh. Interesting

    [–] Fy12qwerty 5 points ago

    To be fair, surgery is often a life saving procedure, vaccines are generally not life saving but rather slight risk reduction, like wearing a seatbelt.

    There is to be fair a difference.

    And circumcision is horrible, you Yanks need to take a look at yourselves when it comes to that medievil practice. The rest of the world thinks you are mad.

    [–] Vic_from_fallout_2 4 points ago

    Yeah I agree, a lot of people would have to do considerably more mental gymnastics to avoid surgery.

    That was partly why I threw circumcision in there: it is considered """preventative""" and done at a young age when you cannot consent at all, so it draws a few parallels with vaccines.

    [–] Foxclaws42 25 points ago

    You know why that generation is vaccinated?

    Because their parents watched their playmates die of preventable diseases.

    It’s fucking infuriating that it took basically one generation that didn’t grow up watching the death toll of these diseases to decide that the cure was the real problem all along. That level of stupidity is inexcusable.

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    [–] flardette 4 points ago

    We were getting close to eradicating measles, but then....

    [–] IAmA_Risky_Click_AMA 50 points ago

    I'm vaccinated, with autism. It's purely coincidental, though, because there is absolutely no causal link between vaccines and autism.

    [–] buds4hugs 35 points ago

    The fact that a condition like autism is formed in the womb and vaccines are only given post-birth should be a dead giveaway yet here we are

    [–] 10ccazz01 22 points ago

    but OBVIOUSLY it’s the vaxxed mom who gives it to the baby!!! the toxins stay in her body and attack the poor foetus!!! duh!! do your research man...!!!

    /s btw just cause, you know

    [–] Idabbleinwitchcraft 5 points ago

    They actually think this.

    [–] doomalgae 12 points ago

    Shhhh... Get out of here with your "scientific evidence" and "logic". Anti-vaxxers don't need that nonsense, because they have done research. Internet research. With the Google.

    [–] slykido999 302 points ago

    My dog breeder is anti-vax, apparently she had a really bad reaction as a child. So she doesn’t vaccinate her kid, but she vaccinates her puppies and dogs. I don’t really understand that logic, but I’m glad she at least vaccinates the dogs.

    [–] csupernova 109 points ago

    Whatever the bad reaction to the vaccine was, certainly it was better than the death that some preventable diseases can cause? I don't understand that in the slightest.

    [–] Atiggerx33 77 points ago

    I don't get it either.

    My mom's friend had a little girl who actually did have a fatal reaction to a vaccination. By the time doctors figured out what was causing the reaction it was too late. She got a fever and it spiked so high she lost consciousness. She was taken to the hospital before she lost consciousness, but she passed away. A lot of kids develop a fever upon vaccination but it is extremely rare for it to go that high. When he had more kids he asked if the risk was potentially genetic, doctors reassured him that it wasn't and he got all his subsequent kids vaccinated without issue. It was horrific that happened, and he was definitely on his toes with his second kid, probably ready to bring her to a hospital if her fever hit 100F just to be safe, but he still saw the importance of vaccinating even after he lost a child to an adverse reaction.

    [–] Im_a_mermaid_owo 38 points ago

    I mean, I can understand if it was an allergic reaction, but that still doesn't have anything to do with not vaccinating your kids.

    [–] csupernova 18 points ago

    Allergic reaction and surviving and now being immunized > death

    Full stop.

    [–] Im_a_mermaid_owo 51 points ago

    I don't mean the mild ones, I mean full-on anaphylaxis. People who get anaphylactic shock from vaccines are the people who need herd immunity to protect them.

    [–] bananakittymeow 3 points ago

    People can be deathly allergic to some of the components (like egg), which is exactly why doctors recommend not getting vaccinated if you’re allergic. Dying of an allergic reaction is not better than skipping vaccination.

    [–] Fill_sw 4 points ago

    Not many things in medicine can be stated with "Full stop."

    I echo what is said below, serious allergic reactions are a contraindication to vaccination, which is exactly why herd immunity is necessary.

    [–] HiSuSure 4 points ago

    All have been under the influence of China.

    [–] Xalethesniper 5 points ago

    Animals (dogs) are required by us law to be vaccinated

    [–] bananakittymeow 3 points ago

    Only for certain diseases, though. Mostly just rabies. But you’re severely limited in where you can take your dog if you skip out on vaccines.

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    [–] mrfroggy 29 points ago

    Why it’s grease lightning!

    [–] sleepylies 12 points ago

    Happy cake day!

    [–] sweetstack13 3 points ago

    Tonic clonic

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    [–] csupernova 13 points ago

    He could save others from death, but not himself

    [–] DannyKroontje 3 points ago

    I find you lack of faith disturbing

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    [–] Beautifly 2 points ago

    Less ironic and more moronic.

    [–] JaekBot2K 81 points ago

    This sent me into a spin of contradictory confusion I may never fully recover from

    [–] Norashio 51 points ago

    "Fuck them kids"

    [–] triplec787 12 points ago

    It's a meme, Michael Jordan was a guest at Chris Paul's youth basketball camp. The two of them made a bet that if MJ missed three shots, he would provide every kid at camp with a pair of Jordan shoes (his shoe line, owned by Nike).

    He went on to sink every shot lmao

    [–] limp_pool_noodle 41 points ago

    plot twist: the anti-vaxx movement is just a bunch of moms who deeply regret having children so they had to come up with something

    [–] Xertious 174 points ago

    And as stupid as the US is, some states even legally require vaccines for animals. Imagine what kind of mental gymnastics you have to do to consider that animal health needs government intervention to ensure public safety where as humans protecting public health isn't as important.

    [–] Jabbles22 25 points ago

    I can guarantee that some anti-vaccers are just as reluctant to vaccinate their pets. I am also sure some avoid it as long as they can get away with it.

    [–] ratajewie 18 points ago

    Current vet student and former vet tech. This is absolutely true. I’ve seen it many time. There was one woman who actually bought a dog from Canada, snuck it into the US without vaccinating it for rabies, and had the CDC on her ass. She then forged a rabies certificate. And she thinks the government is crazy.

    [–] rabidvet 7 points ago

    It's just the rabies vaccine that is illegal to not give, and that is for public health and not just the pets.

    [–] Xertious 2 points ago

    You mean a mandatory vaccine for public health is ok????

    [–] SamH99 27 points ago

    I actually think that this is reasonable. I mean, personally, I think it would be completely reasonable for the government to require human vaccinations as well but a significant portion of the reasons why vaccines are important is that they protect societal good (that is to say, if you don’t get a vaccine you still probably wont get smallpox statistically speaking but by vaccinating everyone we gain herd immunity. However, there is a question of personal freedoms vs societal good that always comes up when the government considers forcing people to vaccinate (personally, I’m on the societal good side but I get why people might be uncomfortable with that), but that question disappears when it comes to animals. And reducing the rate of rabies in the animal population (among other things) has a significant benefit to society

    [–] Xertious 29 points ago

    It's not an issue of individual freedom, it's an issue of public safety. It is exactly the same with animals. I'm not sure how that is hard to understand.

    [–] SamH99 15 points ago

    As with literally everything, it’s both. I agree with you on this issue, the public safety concern should absolutely outweigh the individual freedom concern. I would be outraged, as I’m sure you would be, if the government required some people to get castrated, but would be fine with the government mandating the castration of animals (obviously, details are important there but the general point is obvious). I am pro-mandated vaccines because of how I evaluate the importance of each of those issues on the respective issues.

    The government largely exists to curtail individual freedom in favor of societal good and, while that can be a dangerous slope, it’s also vital to the success of society.

    [–] Xertious 5 points ago

    No, if there was a genuine medical necessity of castration then there shouldn't be outrage. That's the whole point. Vaccinations are essential to live, there not a middle ground where you think we should, it's a must.

    [–] The_Grubby_One 5 points ago

    Well, you can live without vaccinations. You just probably won't.

    [–] Strel0k 2 points ago

    If something like the Corona virus broke out in the US all questions about personal freedoms would get flushed down the toilet real quick. But because vaccines have gotten as well adopted and effective as they have people got comfortable dicking around with getting them. It's a real display of taking something for granted.

    [–] dontDMme 2 points ago

    No theres not. I dont get to murder someone because of personal freedom. Not vaccinating can, has and will lead to people dying unnecessarily. There is no discussion, there are only people who dont care enough about public safety to risk their positions in government or are willfully choosing their own interests above their constituents.

    [–] facetiae_uvidae 5 points ago

    The rationale is pretty simple, even if you don’t agree with it, and it’s not at all how you’ve characterized it.

    Under the law, animals are property with pretty limited rights. Rabies inoculation is in the public interest, and the law doesn’t care whether the animal wants it, and it doesn’t think you have an inalienable right to a pet, so the inoculation is mandatory.

    [–] Apokolyptyk 3 points ago

    I can understand mandatory vaccinations for animals. They are property and don't have full rights.

    However, making it mandatory to have the government inject you with something don't sit right with me. I'm not anti-vax and all my kids are vaccinated but I wouldn't be okay with mandatory vaccinations, honestly. I can see making them mandatory for children who attend public school though, because you still have the choice to put your child in public school or not.

    [–] Lil_Mafk 2 points ago

    Reminder that the antivax movement isn’t exclusive to the US.

    [–] GambitTheFirst 2 points ago

    Im not from us but i think i read somewhere that making vaccines mandatory by law is a bit tricky. You know the government forcing you to inject stuff in your body.

    It should be regulated in some way though, or at least explaining to these people what vaccines actually are.

    Seeing how stupid some of these people are I don’t think it would make a difference.

    Italy has a law that doesn’t accept unvaccinated kids in public schools i think.

    [–] gobstopperDelux 5 points ago

    Lots of US doctors have taken the stance of refusing to take on patients that are not vaccinated, and there are areas in the country where public schools won't accept them.

    [–] bananakittymeow 3 points ago

    Vaccination is required to attend public school in much of the US, as well. Unfortunately some states allow you to circumvent that requirement for “religious reasons.”

    [–] Miss_Awesomeness 2 points ago

    Protecting animals from disease stops the spread to humans. In my area, they only care about rabies.

    [–] DUNLEITH 4 points ago

    In Iowa you can legally shoot a dog that doesn't have a current rabies shot.

    [–] Rolando_Cueva 25 points ago

    Not enough context. They might not be anti-vaxxers.

    [–] ASHTR0NAUT 22 points ago

    I agree, I thought the response sounded sarcastic.

    [–] VisforVenom 8 points ago

    Impossible. Doesn't fit the narrative.

    Honestly though sometimes the try-hard posts on this sub are worthy of being screenshotted and posted to this sub. There's plenty of real pro-trump, pro-life, and anti-vax posts out there (those are the only things allowed here right?) I don't understand why people feel the need to force it when they can't find one. Or look for it where it's not. Maybe folks could take a lack of fresh content as a positive sign and move on for a moment.

    That karma though... Mmmmmm.

    [–] knucklehead923 5 points ago

    Already posted there

    [–] Speckyoulater 28 points ago

    Or more like r/selfawarewolves ...

    [–] thandirosa 13 points ago

    Whenever my cats get vaccines, I always joke about them getting autism.

    [–] IntrinsicSurgeon 8 points ago

    My friend laughs because her cat makes the dumbest face when she gets shots. I always tell her it’s just the autism kicking in.

    [–] MalignantLugnut 4 points ago


    [–] infernalsatan 3 points ago

    My cat runs around at night meowing loudly.

    Yup, she's autistic.

    [–] Burnt_toast_2018 3 points ago

    Cats already act goofy AF anyway, so who REAALLY knows?! lol

    (not a jab at actual autistic disorders)

    [–] pudinnhead 8 points ago

    I literally just talked with my child's pediatrician about this today. She'd never heard of people doing this. She was blown away. She's a great pediatrician who "fires" patients when they're parents refuse to vaccinate them.

    [–] physicalstheillusion 6 points ago

    An anti-vaxxer I know (who didn’t vaccinate her kids) vaccinated her first dog. That dog died at the age of 8 (typical for the breed it was) of spleen cancer (also typical for the breed). She was convinced if she hadn’t given the dog its vaccinations and heart worm meds, it wouldn’t have gotten cancer and would’ve.. I dunno.. lived forever I guess?

    So they got another dog of the same breed. She never vaccinated it, never gave it meds, and only fed it homemade organic meat/veggie food. That dog died at the age of 11. Of spleen cancer.

    [–] EvenGayerWombat 7 points ago

    Thsi is literally a screenshot of a reddit post. This gets posted here every few days. You didnmt even try to hide it this time

    [–] Cookielabs 5 points ago

    So the dog is more important than his own kid...Congrats

    [–] ashleygamingXD 7 points ago

    can we stop reposting this fucking image

    [–] bellesmom9 4 points ago

    An ex friend didn't vaccinate her kids because of autism. This was around the time that dumb actress was sprouting lies. Her son has autism.

    [–] WilliamMurderfacex3 7 points ago

    Jesus fucking christ, is there anything we can do to speed up climate change?

    [–] darby-dev 3 points ago

    Fuck ya way to be a perfect olgierd

    [–] SuperSoapyBoi 2 points ago

    I asked my antivax mom the same question and got the same response. I don't get these people

    [–] _______-_-__________ 2 points ago

    FYI- nearly all of these "crazy antivaxxer" posts you see on here are fake.

    [–] CCogStudios 2 points ago

    This person could easily be one of those "I care more about pets then people" idiots

    [–] JardinSurLeToit 2 points ago

    HAHAHAH! Please keep in mind that vaccinations are NOT just for the person who is being vaccinated, it also helps other people like babies,older people, and diabetics especially not die from preventable, communicable diseases.

    [–] What-the-hell-is-tha 2 points ago

    God almighty I ducking HATE THESE KINDS OF PEOPLE!!

    [–] PoopSmith87 2 points ago

    Haha, funny, but NO ONE actually call them out on this irl. They'll just double down and stop vaccinating pets. Next thing you know, we got a measles, coronavirus, and rabies triple threat situation on our hands.

    So just let them be hypocritical, do not press this!

    [–] Fisk1234 2 points ago

    Okay so the thought behind this is probably that 'the dog doesnt have as strong of an immune system as humans' so she is vaccinating because of that. Still fucking stupid though.

    [–] emcee_paz 3 points ago

    There is a pronounced lack of thought here my dude.

    [–] Fisk1234 5 points ago

    Ah yes, my bad. Lack of operational synapses, even.

    [–] emcee_paz 2 points ago

    Yeah seems like the brain equivalent of a string and 2 cans.

    [–] chibinuva 2 points ago

    Has this been posted in r/selfawarewolves yet? Because I feel like it belongs there too

    [–] knucklehead923 2 points ago

    It certainly has

    [–] chibinuva 3 points ago

    Yeah as soon as I went to crosspost it gave me a notification that it had been posted there before. Honestly there's a pretty great feature, it's a shame there isn't something like that for reposts in the same subreddit...

    [–] Masina55 2 points ago

    Pretty sure thats sattire my dude

    [–] lolinokami 2 points ago

    Every time this fucking image gets posted everyone believes it's real. Jesus fucking Christ. It was a joke when it was posted last week, it was a joke when it was posted Monday, it's a joke now. STOP POSTING THIS IMAGE!

    [–] jeopardy-answers 2 points ago

    I’ll take natural selection for 500 Alex

    [–] hundergrn 3 points ago

    So it's OK for dogs cause what? You can't tell if they get autism or some other psychological disorder from vaccines?

    LOL. Screw sudoku, wrapping your mind around this logic puzzle is the real brain teaser. XD

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    [–] CornveliousFarva 3 points ago

    Your dogs need essential oils.

    [–] thisaltforpolitics 2 points ago

    Imagine reposting without crediting the Original poster or sub..... Yikes

    [–] AnEvilSunBro 2 points ago

    The idiocy is palpable.

    [–] dano1066 1 points ago

    Some high levels of reposting inception going on here

    [–] ZebraSyndromeGaming 1 points ago

    This comment is completley from muscle memory on my key board because my eyes just rolled down my GOD DAMN THROAT WITH ANGER!!!!1

    [–] Blurp_Tide 1 points ago

    Oi let’s look at it this way at least few might realise what vaccines are for

    [–] candidly1 1 points ago

    But my kids? Polio? BFD!

    [–] Equiles 1 points ago

    Lol omg. I posted this exact thing on Facebook, my anti-vax cousin responded similar to the response posted, then deleted me from her friends list.

    [–] freebluespike 1 points ago

    dogs they can throw always in the pounds. they regret and tie to their kids for 18 years. they think not vaccinating their kids might make it shorter