current celebrity crushes → Chris Pratt
Just be yourself and forget all of the stuff you read in ‘GQ’ magazine.
♫ it’s going down, i’m yelling Simba ♫
IT’S BEEN 20 YEARS
WHAT DO YOU MEAN ITS BEEN 20 YEARS
oh my god
URBAN DECAY WINTER 2014/15
*shows up 15 episodes late with starbucks*
Derek’s abs are number 1 on my list though…
Husky and golden retriever mix
this looks like a toasted marshmallow husky and i love it
oh my god toasted marshmallow husky
I’m about to cry I love this so much
A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW VERY LITTLE ABOUT PIT BULLS. THERE ARE A LOT OF MISUNDERSTANDINGS AND MISCONCEPTIONS ABOUT THE PIT BULL. THIS ARTICLE IS VERY INFORMATIVE AND A GOOD READ..
Jake Flanagin, writing in Pacific Standard, describes it rather eloquently: “The pit bull’s trademark loyalty combined with its muscular physique made it a prime candidate for exploitation. The breed quickly came to represent aggression and a perverse idea of machismo, thus becoming the preferred guard dog cum status symbol for drug dealers and gangsters. Popularity for the breed in low-income, urban areas exploded.”
(It’s important to note that “pit bull” is not a proper breed title, but an umbrella term for Staffordshire bull terriers, Staffordshire terriers, American pit bull terriers, and bull terriers — or any combination thereof).
According to the United Kennel Club, the American pit bull terrier (one type of pit bull) “is not the best choice for a guard dog since they are extremely friendly, even with strangers.”
For some reason, many people still think pit bulls have locking jaws. But, as the ASPCA notes, ”there is nothing unique about the anatomy of pit bull jaws.” Their jaws are definitely “strong,” but these dogs are not mutants.
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