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I hate when they use claude as a test subject..

Claude! do it for humanity! My test subject kitty pig.

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by bichofelix

submitted August 16th 2009

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I hate when they use claude as a test subject..
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why
8 years ago
Because you touch yourself at night.
8 years ago
Poor kitty, he's getting all his tid-bits removed :(
8 years ago
for wanton soup. yummmy
8 years ago
Claude, are you just gonna lay there and take that?
8 years ago
what does that have to do with britain? as if they dont use cats in other countries. they use theme in switzerland and in the USA.
And why wouldnt they use them? in this society any nonhuman animal is regarded as a thing that can be used by humans for any purpose whatsoever. they are killed for thrill, food and pseudo-science.
also there are so many pet cats that noone wants anymore that there are plenty of them to do those tests. they would be killed anyway. thanks to pet owners who dont give a shit anymore when the cat isnt all cute anymore.
8 years ago
pseudoscience, huh? You're rather full of shit, which is a statement made by rigorous testing and the scientific method.
8 years ago
I say we do more experiments on humans. Like prisoners, bums and emo kids.
8 years ago
boah halt dein maul antispezi
8 years ago
echt mann das musste nich sein
8 years ago
halt die klappe
8 years ago
Die Wahrheit ist schmerzhaft, was? Aber ich hab halt doch recht.
8 years ago
This is why I'd never go to Britain for healthcare.
8 years ago
We have the greatest healthcare system in the world , just as long as you ignore that Daniel Hannan.
8 years ago
Is he your boyfriend?
8 years ago
Not sure what that has do to with our NHS... but no he isnt.
8 years ago
I wish so many people didn't come to Britain for healthcare.
8 years ago
Tell that to your boyfriend.
8 years ago
you seem interested in our relationship status
8 years ago
You seem interested in Oranje's ass.
8 years ago
i wish that was available on the NHS
8 years ago
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