"They are needy, they are jumpy, and you can't tell what they're thinking."
-- Dog-hater Chandler Bing on Friends
When I meet someone new and find out they're a dog person, I automatically feel more comfortable around them. Bonus cool points if my dog approves (hey, if my dog says you're a creepy rando, you're a creepy rando).
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So when someone confesses they're not much of a dog person (or worse, that they hate dogs), I automatically assume there's something wrong with them. How could anyone not like dogs? What's there not to like?
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Well, according to this video, lots. There's all the poop, all the walking, and apparently dog people tend to be conformists. But at least you're not a crazy cat person, right? Dog people and cat people might think they have nothing in common, but in the end, really we're all just crazy about our pets. And maybe it's time we re-evaluate this whole cats vs. dogs thing.