What do you mean by stupid?
Knowingly putting yourself in a position that will more than likely result in you being bit by an animal.
With that being said, let’s dive into this a little further.
Animals Bite Humans Who Do Not Use Any Common Sense
I can remember this vividly like it was yesterday. When I was at the tender age of 12 years old I was house hunting with my parents as we were looking to move into a bigger house. Trust me I would’ve rather been playing with my friends and having fun, but I had to go along. Being an only child it’s not like I could’ve had my brother or sister go instead of me.
So, off we went to look at houses. So painful, but I was able to get through it. One particular house we looked at was really nice. It had plenty of bedrooms and the coolest part was it had an in-ground swimming pool. Which made me really excited and hoped we would buy it.
While we were walking around and being shown the house by the realtor, the people who owned the house were actually home at the same time. And these people had animals, in particular a small ankle biter for a dog. Mind you I have grown up with dogs as we always had them. So, I am not afraid of them nor am I shy.
So, I slowly reach down to the homeowner’s dog saying “good doggie” and next thing you know the dog bit my finger. It wasn’t a really bad bite, but nonetheless scared me a little bit and left everyone in an awkward situation.
Here we’re walking around being shown this house and I go to pet their dog and the dog bit me. That cut the house showing short and we left after I was bit by the dog.
Needless to say my parents did not buy that house, but it had nothing to do with the dog incident.
So, animals bite humans who are stupid and I am one of those humans as indicated by what I just said.
I have a Public Service Announcement for you.
Do not pet animals that you do not know. If you’re stupid enough to do that then you’ll get bit like I did. I promise you. If it happened to me it can happen to you.
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