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 english lass
Joined: 11/14/2007
Msg: 379
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Sleeping by myself I'm fine with the cat jumping up and sleeping on the foot of the bed... as long as she stays *above* the covers and away from my face.
 abelian
Joined: 1/12/2008
Msg: 380
Pets in Bed
Posted: 9/30/2010 1:00:56 PM

Whats so gross about a pet in the bed?

Well, for one thing, I don't want a cat cleaning itself while sitting on my pillow.
 SpecificTruths
Joined: 9/19/2009
Msg: 381
Pets in Bed
Posted: 9/30/2010 1:14:05 PM
My dog has his own bed in another room and happily chooses to lay on it and conk out for 8-10 hours during the night (yup, I exercise my dog enough so he "sleeps in" thus, I can sleep in!). I have a big bed but as dog owners know, they won't lay in a "spot," they have to be touching you at least a little. I don't want the hair and the heat factory on my bed, period.

I dated a woman once who slept with her shitsu and that was fine. But, I politely asked that the dog be removed until we're done fooling around. It was a real weird thing to be having sex and see/hear/smell this dog panting away and even barking when she (the human she) made noise! She got all pissed off and insisted that the dog always be there. That was the deal breaker. I can take a dog in her bed, that's her business, but I'd like to have sex without a barking dog sitting there on the bed. What's next, she bites my nards off for screwing her "mom" while I'm asleep???


and to the ones squicked by cat hair on the sheets, men will dirty your sheets faster and worse than a little bit of hair.
So will women, if the man's doing a good job. Good sex is messy, with fluids and hair and who knows what else distributed all over the place. The question now becommes, who sleeps on the wet spot?
 DrummingNut
Joined: 4/26/2010
Msg: 382
Pets in Bed
Posted: 9/30/2010 1:59:00 PM

There is nothing worse, than seeing a person with pet hair all over their clothes. Its tacky, and looks ridiculous.

Nothing worse?????

I would think there are many many many more things "worse".
What a thing to get all shook up about.
Kinda makes YOU "look ridiculous" when you say such a thing.

I've been alive quite a few decades.
Lived many places. Experienced many things.
Might have met maybe 5 people have with all THAT much pet hair "all over their clothes".

But anyway, back to the subject... pets in bed.
There are just those that do and those that don't and those that will change their mind (one way or another) for their lover..
So it goes.
 RushLuv
Joined: 4/16/2009
Msg: 383
Pets in Bed
Posted: 9/30/2010 2:09:11 PM
Yes, the constant shedding can be bothersome, especially when all over clothes. Other than that, I don't mind pets in bed.


Well, for one thing, I don't want a cat cleaning itself while sitting on my pillow.


I don't see why not. Just the thought of watching cats (mainly kittens,) bathing themselves on my pillow is just too cute.

I've watched them do it before, and call me weird but I think it is just one of the cutest things.
 JRodriguez81
Joined: 2/24/2010
Msg: 385
Pets in Bed
Posted: 9/30/2010 3:02:22 PM

Nothing worse?????

I would think there are many many many more things "worse".
What a thing to get all shook up about.
Kinda makes YOU "look ridiculous" when you say such a thing.

I've been alive quite a few decades.
Lived many places. Experienced many things.
Might have met maybe 5 people have with all THAT much pet hair "all over their clothes".




Relax a bit there turbo. No need to have a breakdown over my wording there.


And yes, nothing worse....as far as THIS particular subject, with pets involved. Its gross to meet someone that smells of their pet, and has their pet's hair all over them.
 JRodriguez81
Joined: 2/24/2010
Msg: 386
Pets in Bed
Posted: 9/30/2010 3:03:29 PM

The only person I've ever met who had problems with animal hair everywhere was a guy who was in love with his goat.
Seriously, he loved this goat. He stunk of goat. His car stunk of goat. He showed us photos of him and his goat and the goat had a huge hard-on happening. It was extremely strange.



The fact that he busted out with photos of him and his goat is just HILARIOUS.
 Sabrosura089
Joined: 11/29/2009
Msg: 387
Pets in Bed
Posted: 9/30/2010 3:28:03 PM

The fact that he busted out with photos of him and his goat is just HILARIOUS


Oh that's not hilarious. lol I have pictures of my cuties on my crackberry, and I too show 'em off! What is HILARIOUS is a picture of one's pet with a full blown hard on, and showing 'em off!!!!
 Sabrosura089
Joined: 11/29/2009
Msg: 389
Pets in Bed
Posted: 9/30/2010 3:39:12 PM

What made it even more hilarious was it was a Christmas card. There he was, with his goat, both of them wearing reindeer horns. And big smiles. And there it was - a lollypop pink hard-on poking out ...lol...


No F'in way?!!!!! Uhm..could you like add this pic to your profile so we can view?!!

Oh wait, that may be against the POF rules....
 Discerning Virtuosa
Joined: 6/10/2008
Msg: 390
Pets in Bed
Posted: 9/30/2010 4:33:10 PM
Its gross to meet someone that smells of their pet, and has their pet's hair all over them.

My cats always smell like Bath & Body Works Vanilla Bean Noel because I'm, always pulling an "Elmira" on them wth hugs.


I would think there are many many many more things "worse".
What a thing to get all shook up about.
Kinda makes YOU "look ridiculous" when you say such a thing.
I've been alive quite a few decades.
Lived many places. Experienced many things.
Might have met maybe 5 people have with all THAT much pet hair "all over their clothes".


Yup - Some people act as though they poop Godiva Chocolate, pee champagne, fart Febreeze, their saliva is from a mountain spring, and their semen is better than soft serve ice cream.

Pet hair is a minor inconvenience that is brushed off easily. I keep my clothing hung up and put away, run my Dyson regularly, and brush off the corner of the bed. It shouldn't be a big deal.


I've gotta say, I love my Sammy but, truly, he is THE most digusting creature...in fact, when you get right down to it (not sure about smaller ones since I've never had one) but really, dogs ARE kinda disgusting when one thinks about what they get up to in a day...


I have to admit, the disgusting things that dogs gravitate towards do squick me a bit, and they stink a lot more than any cat I've had. Although having a dog might be a good solution - he can keep the litterbox clean. Bon Apetite!

Now the guy with the goat? A barnyard animal with cloven hooves would NOT be bedroom friendly, and think there might be laws against that. He couldn't get a sheep?


 christ on a crutch
Joined: 2/1/2009
Msg: 391
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Posted: 9/30/2010 4:43:32 PM

plus he jumps on me and bites if i won't get up and play with him at 3 a.m.

i hadda bar my cat from the bedroom at night for similar reasons, although his method was to trample my testicles.

^^What made it even more hilarious was it was a Christmas card. There he was, with his goat, both of them wearing reindeer horns. And big smiles. And there it was - a lollypop pink hard-on poking out ...lol...

yep, nuthin evokes the holiday spirit like goat boner.
 452
Joined: 11/1/2009
Msg: 394
Pets in Bed
Posted: 10/1/2010 6:22:08 AM
Whats so gross about a pet in the bed? Its no differant than you lovers skin flakes, hair, farts, dandruff, drool and other wet spots in the bed.



What's so different? Well for one anyone who I have ever had as a lover has been human and therefore a member of the same species as I am.They have never had fleas or worms.I am also reasonably certain that they have never eaten their own poop,gone around eating anyone or anything else's poop that they find on the ground.I doubt very much they lick their own anus clean and do not go around sniffing strangers aholes nor have they ever eaten a rotting corpse of a creature that has been flattened on the side of the road for days.


I would say that these things are enough reasons not to want a dog,or any other non human creature,in my bed.


Before someone comes in here squawking about the inevitable,Yes I am quite certain that there are humans out there who do these things but no one I know,or would ever want to know, does.I speak only about the men I have been with.
 SpecificTruths
Joined: 9/19/2009
Msg: 395
Pets in Bed
Posted: 10/1/2010 8:01:28 AM

Before someone comes in here squawking about the inevitable,Yes I am quite certain that there are humans out there who do these things but no one I know,or would ever want to know, does.I speak only about the men I have been with.

Not saying people eat poop or rotting corpses, but people do eat some real junk and have poor personal hygiene.
Let's just say a farting (from lousy food), body odor smelling, ungroomed and unshowered person would be welcomed in my bed AFTER my dog; I'd rather have my stinky hairy dog in a bed over a stinky person, anyday.
Only clean humans allowed in my bed, and after a night of sex, a change of sheets
 452
Joined: 11/1/2009
Msg: 396
Pets in Bed
Posted: 10/2/2010 6:24:15 AM

but people do eat some real junk and have poor personal hygiene.
Let's just say a farting (from lousy food), body odor smelling, ungroomed and unshowered person would be welcomed in my bed


Doesn't change the fact that they are still human and are not eating theirs and every other creatures feces they can get their mouths on.


Hey if you want a dog in your bed then by all means go for it,but I have no interest in it whatsoever.I much prefer non poop eaters.
 SpecificTruths
Joined: 9/19/2009
Msg: 397
Pets in Bed
Posted: 10/5/2010 1:12:32 PM

Doesn't change the fact that they are still human and are not eating theirs and every other creatures feces they can get their mouths on.


Hey if you want a dog in your bed then by all means go for it,but I have no interest in it whatsoever.I much prefer non poop eaters.


Nope, dogs NEVER allowed in my bed, EVER.

However, either are poop eating humans. If it came right down to it, I'd rather have a bathed and brushed dog than a person who eats junk all day (equating to poop in some cases haha) thus having stinky farts, or is unkempt and poorly groomed, or hasn't taken a shower in a week, any day. That stuff does matter to me, and some people just plain REEK!!!!!

Not all dogs eat poop, btw, only poorly adjusted bored ones engage in that sort of behavior from my experience with dogs (which is vast). Like, I've never seen my dog eat poop of any kind, but maybe he's just weird like that... Lucky me!
 Annielikeslyrics
Joined: 3/5/2009
Msg: 398
Pets in Bed
Posted: 10/6/2010 1:33:24 PM
I just want to go on record, publicly, that this is not my goat and he has never been in my bed. He did invite me for a meal once, and he was a very good listener. But that's all.
 Yew4ics
Joined: 9/30/2010
Msg: 399
Pets in Bed
Posted: 10/6/2010 5:19:31 PM
My dog Bentley has his own bed, which is in my room. I made the mistake with my last dog of letting him on my bed, and I never got that started with this one. He's a 70 pound Standared Poodle. He know's not to ever get on my bed. It's against the rules. But he likes to watch. Sorry. Can't expect him to be perfect.
 SpecificTruths
Joined: 9/19/2009
Msg: 400
Pets in Bed
Posted: 10/7/2010 12:37:33 PM

he likes to watch. Sorry. Can't expect him to be perfect.


My friend had a beagle who walked in on him and his gf having sex one morning. He looks over and sees his dog grab a pillow on the floor, drag it near the bed side and start humping it. Like owner like dog.
 RazzleRoadRunner
Joined: 4/13/2007
Msg: 401
Pets in Bed
Posted: 10/7/2010 12:44:10 PM
My dogs insist that no other humans are in bed with us.........Whoever has the biggest teeth makes the rules in some cases
 Secondhand_Lion
Joined: 11/10/2008
Msg: 402
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Posted: 10/9/2010 11:01:27 PM
I have a very simple rule. If it can't wipe and wash it's own ass....it isn't living in my house, far less sleeping in my bed.
 Secondhand_Lion
Joined: 11/10/2008
Msg: 404
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Posted: 10/10/2010 12:15:53 AM
^^^^Yep, I love animals too...but in their own domain. I leave that bedding down with them to Tarzan and Jane. A friend of mine went on a date a few years ago with a lady that really impressed him...until he got home and found fleas jumping around on his arm. About ten years ago, another friend had to have his house fogged for a flea infestation that came from his girls friends clothes. I've also found that most people that will sleep with their pets, will also allow them to lick them in the mouth and face. Needless to say...me and that person won't be doing any kissy kissy.
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