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I was just viewing some stuff on Instagram, and one of those female celebrities kissed a dog on the mouth and allowed it to lick her lips.
I wonder why people do this, when, if you go to the park for example, you can see dogs putting their mouths in disgusting places. Dogs will eat anything, including vomit and feces. Why in the world would anyone allow a dog to lick them on the lips?
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Most women believe the myth that a dogs mouth is cleaner than a humans. Children often pick up this myth and get sick or worse.
One man almost died but lost all four limbs due to a "dog kiss."
https://www.myjoyonline.com/lifestyle/2 ... led-me.php
But don't tell stupid young women this because it does not comport with their "feelings."
I asked one of the minor celebrity women on Instagram why women do this, and she said, "Why are you asking me that. I love my dog. She is my child. Because they love them?"
They love their animals like they are their children. I guess I don't have enough love for animals.
Pets satiate the urge to indulge maternal instinct. So if you want to know a big reason girls do not feel the need to have children, look no further!
I have seen women in public kiss their dogs on the lips! I guess this type of behavior is becoming more mainstream with American women!
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