Rachel split up with Tom because she could not cope with his alter ego, Spot.

Dog gone.

Rachel and Spot.

Rachel and Spot.

  • H

    It’s tempting to dismiss this as a psychological/mental issue and perhaps that’s all it is.

    But I wonder if people like Tom aren’t just using this sort of thing as an escape from the responsibilities of everyday life, the way previous generations have used drugs and alcohol. A very weird and exotic “coping mechanism”, if you will. And our culture seems to teach people to eschew personal responsibility, and that all points of view are equally valid, morality is subjective, etc., so … why not be a dog?

    Just a thought ….

    • G

      H, I’m not normally given to conspiracy theories but since these idiots are being so weird then a little weirdness might explain it. ;D

      I think there is a global contest going on for the entertainment of the rich & powerful. Kind of like a “Looney X- prize”.
      Where as the X prize was a contest to get the first private spacecraft into sub orbit. the Looney X prize would see who could act the most fucked up. The prize award must be quite high because the competition is fierce.

    • Editor

      I agree it may be a coping mechanism to the responsibilities of everyday life and the “all points of view are equally valid, morality is subjective, etc.,” leftist mindset enables it. I, for one, believe there still is a right and wrong, a smart and stupid, a normal and abnormal. To paraphrase Justice Potter Stewart, I may not be able to define deviant but I know it when I see it. Let’s reclaim the right to be judgemental.

  • Hard Little Machine

    No more water, the fire next time.

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    We can no longer say England is truly alive, I live by the river.

  • Exile1981

    She got tired of cleaning up his little land mines in the yard.

  • Gary

    What’s really sick is not a man wanting to wear a costume to emulate a Andiron mascot on a Fire Truck……but that his girlfriend tried to get matching Curtains .

    I was watching an old comedy show that was being run at a Video Store and the clerk didn’t understand the subtle link to Mental Illness when I laughed at the scene where an old woman welcomed guest to her living room where her maxi-skirt fabric matched the wallpaper above the wainscoting along with being close to the pattern for the couch and chair.

    What pattern came first, the curtains or the dog ?

    Leave the toilet lid up at night for him to get a drink .

  • Dana Garcia

    That’s taking doggie style to an extreme.

    • Tom Forsythe

      She didn’t like it ruff.

      • Miss Trixie

        Until she barked her shins on the coffee table. 😀

  • ontario john

    That is Spotophobic! I hope Trudeau passes a law so that sort of prejudice doesn’t happen here. Maybe Michael Coren can write a book.

  • tom_billesley

    Now there’ll be the abandonment issues…. furniture chewing, howling

  • Jay Currie

    The trouble here is that the silly dog would not stay off the furniture.

  • Okay, I can get fancy dress parties and Halloween but this crap takes the Xanax.

    Can we force people to take Xanax?

    • ntt1

      just neuter the males it would be the ultimate in role playing…

  • lolwut?

    Ruff life

  • ntt1

    its just a tarted up bondage scene, they are all wearing gimp outfits and halters.

  • Doug Kursk

    I bet his Gov’t gave him his own washroom too!….

  • Spatchcocked

    Out damned Spot…..out I say.

  • BillyHW

    Target says they can use any fire hydrant on their property as a bathroom.

  • Justin St.Denis

    Decades ago when I was still a young pup and careening around campus like I knew something, I dated a girl who would only “get intimate” if she was wearing rubber billy boots. I went along with this nonsense for a while, then one day asked her what the hell the boots were all about. She explained that she couldn’t “get off” unless she was wearing them and she had always been this way. I shared this with my older brother, who explained to my young ears the dangers of dating any candidates for the “psychobitch” label. I heard him loud and clear. 😉

  • UCSPanther

    I first heard of “puppy play’ from the most recent Zombietime report on the “Up Your Alley” fair in San Francisco. Childish and creepy are two words that describe it.

    I have always found bondage freaks, especially the ones who are shameless exhibitionists, to be very creepy.

  • Katsuro Ricksand

    The entire “Spot” persona is a clear rip-off of the old Spider-Man villain called The Spot. Google “The Spot Spider-Man” and you’ll see what I mean.