Would you rather lose your arm or your dog died?

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    Me and my friends are having an argument. I would rather lose my dog thnq my arm.
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    I've lost my arm already. Dog? Who cares.
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    I'd rather lose my arm. My pets are my life and I'd be more heartbroken to lose them, not saying I'd like to lose an arm though but I would do anything to save my cats (would be the same if I had a dog)

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    ARM
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    Arm anyday. It's one of my wishes that dogs lived as long as humans.
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    Dog. my arm is more important
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    sorry fido :rip:

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    Dog
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    Dog. My arm is going to be useful to me all the time whilst a dog is only gonna be with me for max 15 years of my life.
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    Lose my dog because:

    1. They are going to end up inevitably dieing anyway.

    2.I don't have a dog
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    Definitely lose my dog. Think about it. Dog is likely going to die before you anyway, and then you've still got no arm. Might as well keep the arm, so that in 5-10 years (or however long) when your dog would've died, you would still then have the arm...
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    Dog because I used to have a phobia of them, but I still don't like them even if I'm not terrified of them anymore.
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    Dog because I need my body parts to stay intact
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    dog obviously.

    what if you lost your arm to save your dog but it suddenly died the next day, you'll be left with no dog and no arm
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    Ahh such a difficult question. I don’t have a dog now but I will in the future but I honestly don't know
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    Dog, because I wouldn't be able to salute you and your stupid thread with both of my middle fingers if I only had one arm.
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    As long as its my left arm, I'd rather lose an arm.
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    dog even tho its god spelt backwards...
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    I don't care how selfish it sounds, I'd rather lose my dog. yes I love my dog but I NEED my arms
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    I'd lose my dog. I guess I don't know how it would feel since I don't have a dog, but I guess I'll get over it anyway. Besides maybe you can get another dog if you want to anyway. Also would save you money and time feeding it, taking care of it etc.
 
 
 
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