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Would you rather tame an Elephant or tame a Lion? watch

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    a Elephant
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    ..One is a carnivore that depends on killing to eat and another is a huge creature that can flip a car over. From the wild
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    Great big pussy cat or huge thing that's probably gonna squish your house

    I know which I'm'a choose :cute:
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    I think elephant is easier. At least you are sure it won't eat you.
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    Tame a lion. I'm a cat person and I've always felt as though I would be safer next to a lion than an every day average dog. Never felt safe around any kind of dog, not even when I had one. An elephant in some regards would maybe take direction easier than a lion but I'd still prefer the lion.

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    Lion because it'd be like having an overgrown cat
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    I'm just trying to imagine which one I'd look cooler on riding it down the motorway


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