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    • If I had an animal named delilah I would always sing “Hey there Delilah” every time I saw her
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    • Tc gay
      seeal 22 mar
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    • Dude I straight up talk to my dog like she's a person and she fully understands. I'll say something like, "I don't feel like playing ball today... How about you go get the frisbee instead?" and she'll drop the ball and go get the frisbee disc. She's incredibly bright it's almost scary.
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    • Is it wrong that i view my dog as an equal, deserving the sort of respect I feel for human beings?
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    • Some dogs are really smart though. My dog is a border collie, one of the smartest breeds and she is still pretty fuckin stupid at times, but I talk to her in a normal voice because shes my best friend and I want her to think shes human too
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    • I talk to animals in a normal voice because in my opinion people that use baby talk sound and look retarded.
      DEDDED 22 mar
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    • My dogs name is chief and when he does something bad. I’m like this ain’t it chief.
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    • Hey there, Delilah What's it like in New York city? I'm a thousand miles away But, girl, tonight you look so pretty Yes, you do Times Square can't shine as bright as you I swear, it's true.
      wolfpower 22 mar
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    • Hey there delilah whats it like in new york city
      yobreggin 22 mar
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    • What’s wrong with talking to animals in a normal voice? Sometimes I like to treat my pet like an equal member of my family.
      Triairius 22 mar
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    • My dog’s name is Delilah and I want to stab people whenever they sing “Hey There Delilah” to me once I tell them that. I like the song but I hate people constantly singing it to me.
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    • I only talk to my dog in a normal voice when I’m trying to get him to shut up because something moved outside our window. IT DOESNT EVEN HAVE TO BE A DOG OR CAR OR SOMETHING ONE TIME A LEAF NUDGED A SLIGHT BIT BECAUSE OF THE WIND AND I COULDNT GET HIM TO SHUT UP FOR 3 HOURS!!! He’s nuts!
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    • Hey there Delilah what's it like in New York City, you're a thousand miles away but girl tonight you look so pretty yes you do, I swear it's true. Pooh what you do to me, oooh what you do to me
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    • If I treat my cat like a normal person maybe he’ll learn to close my damn door after coming in
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    • Lmao I only talk to my cat in a normal voice if he’s doin some weird shit
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    • I talked in a normal voice to my birds because it’s better to train them that way
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    • My dogs name is Delilah
      alex1978 23 mar
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    • Dogs get high pitched when they are happy and everyone always talks in a high pitched voice to them. That's why they love us we are constantly happy and thrilled to see them in their mind
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    • Hey there Delilah what's it like in new York city?
      Anxi 22 mar
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    • Go fuck yourself whenever I see a dog I say in my normal voice, "Hello dog, you look like a good boy"
      SnackLord 22 mar
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    • I speak to animals how id speak to a child. Like a normal fucking being. No EH GOO GOO WHOS A CUTIE shit. I say to my cat Hey Sparks hows it fucking going scrub
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    • Baby talking to your dogs is a bad thing, because we use tone of voice to communicate how we are feeling when dogs primarily use body language. Dogs have to go through the learning process of what you mean through your tone if you dont use body language, and baby talking messes that up.
      Riolu 22 mar
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    • When I was in high school, I was always the first person to wake up at 5:30 because I had an hour bus ride. So it was my routine every single morning to walk into the kitchen, where my dog slept, turn the lights on and say “sup dog”. RIP
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    • That’s normal the dog is just his homie and they are both the smartest beings in their realm
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    • Whats it like in new york city
      EmoNeo 22 mar
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    • I talk to my dog in a normal voice and say all kinds of things “watch the truck” “be good” “hey, go play but for go too far”. He only listens to that type of talk If you talk to my dog in a baby voice he’ll look at you like you’re crazy
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    • So am I supposed to talk to my dog like a babbling idiot ALL the time??
      Doggie96 22 mar
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    • My cat is a fully grown adult and I shall speak to her as such.
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    • If you train a dog to think youre happy when you talk in a high pitched voice then theyll think youre mad at them otherwise
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    • I talk to my dog in my normal voice because I respect her. She is my friend not a retard.
      mirabel_ 24 mar
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    • Only girls talk to pets in a weird voice
      SirLight 23 mar
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    • I tell my cat to fuck off before I leave for school
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    • Same thing with children. Talk to them like adults
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    • Why not? He talks to me in his normal voice
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    • Hey there Delilah please don't shit on the new carpet
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    • I talk to my pets in my normal voice, I’m not one to make baby talk, why shouldn’t I be trusted?
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    • Honestly I think it's funnier when you talk to them in a normal voice.
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    • My bf’s family is like that with the family cat- she’ll crawl up in your lap and they’ll be like “sup Lily”
      BabyMouse 22 mar
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    • HEY THERE DELILAH WHAT'S IT LIKE IN NEW YORK CITY. I'M A THOUSAND MILES AWAY BUT GIRL, TONIGHT YOU LOOK SO PRETTY, YES YOU DO. TIMES SQUARE CAN'T SHINE AS BRIGHT AS YOU, I SWEAR IT'S TRUE
      Hail8160 22 mar
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    • Never trust a pet who talks to their owner in their normal voice
      Vaughn 22 mar
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    • Anyone wanna hear why these pretty ladies are so special? :D
      Zilkon 22 mar
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    • My cat doesn't even fucking respond when I call them.
      BoBoBo 22 mar
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    • I have this kitten with a thicc fuckin moustache and I named her monopoly ma'am and I carry out full conversasions with that thickie
      Shave_Me 22 mar
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    • I don't trust people who don't talk to their animals at all.
      Kbiz3184 26 mar
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    • I always tell my dog before I leave "Alright, Behave, No Parties, guard the house and tear ass up if someone comes in that's not me" i usually stop the puppy talk when I raise them, but if it's someone else's dog that's different
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    • I do not patronize my animals bc they are EQUALS
      midget 24 mar
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    • Hey that isn’t a very nice thing to call your wife
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    • I inadvertently trained dog to only respond to commands if they're said in a cheesy Romanian accent....
      Pooska 23 mar
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    • Hey there delialah whats it like in new york city, im a thousand miles away girl but tonight you look so pretty, yes you do,....
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    • I have a cat named Delilah but i always call her a fucking slut so her real name doesn't matter.
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    • I have a middle tone for animals. Not quite baby high, but also not my normal dry tone. It's like my "peppy customer service" tone
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    • I'll typically talk to my cats in my normal voice when they're being fucking idiots
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    • I can't do the toddler voice for anything. I just talk softer rather than raise the pitch. Doing the toddler voice seems unnecessarily attention grabbing and hyper, as opposed to talking quieter.
      nignard 23 mar
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    • I don’t like talking like a baby in the first place.
      Spectral 23 mar
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    • I call my dog “stupid” and my cat both “fatass” and “chunk”, all in a normal voice.
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    • I prefer to use a normal voice with a grown animal. I feel it better conveys the correct emotions. Baby talk is for baby animals
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    • Depends what I’m saying. If I’m playing with them or giving them treats, I’ll talk like I’m talking to a baby. Otherwise I’ll just talk normally. My cat whined when I was leaving. I said in my normal voice: “you’ll never get anywhere in life if you keep whining like that” then left
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    • People who talk to their pets normally are far less obnoxious in my experience.
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    • Sometimes I just look my dog dead in the eyes and go “asshole” And go back to whatever I’m doing
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    • Don't mean he's trust worthy
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    • I used to tell my dog goodnight every night. I would not do this any other dog I had or any of my family just her and I would not do it in a baby voice just normally tell her goodnight moo moo cow
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    • It’s always macho men and cowboys who talk to their dogs in a normal voice.
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    • I dont trust your nephew
      Necro1 22 mar
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    • Who names their dog after a biblical adulterous woman
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    • Who else just sometimes calls their cat cat. Like “How ya doing cat”
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    • I speak to dogs in my normal voice for their smart enough to understand people and they have souls so they probably don't like people speaking to them in baby voice for they don't want to be looked at as babies kinda as if you ordered a fucking coffee with a baby voice
      lil_queen 22 mar
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    • If I talk to my dog in a higher-pitched voice he knows I’m talking to him like he’s stupid and he won’t acknowledge what I’m saying. Some dogs are too smart for that and they think it’s patronizing.
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    • Talking to babies with baby talk is bad for them trying to learn how to speak. Also people who were talked to in a normal voice as a baby are statistically more intellegent as adults. Also its annoying even if youre talking to your dog lmao
      zokusha 22 mar
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    • I don't baby talk to my animals because I'm not retarded
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    • I call my cat a right, but I lover her, not like that Shane Dawson love tho.
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    • I hate people who talk to their kids and pets in stupid voices. It’s annoying af
      Pursuers 22 mar
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    • I talk to my dog like a football coach.
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    • I dont trust people who dont talk to pets in a normal voice.
      Lopoik 22 mar
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    • I always tell my cat to stop trying to steal my food (usually cheesy food she loves cheese) and I always say “we talked about this” in a normal tone
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    • I’ve never used the baby voice when talking to animals. Seems very stupid to me
      McCheezy 22 mar
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    • I dont wanna be talked to in a high pitch annoying baby voice and I doubt my creatures do either.
      ooooooooo 22 mar
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    • It depends on what my dog is doing. If she acts like a child: baby voice. Acts her age: normal voice.
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    • Hey there delilah
      iWhirl 22 mar
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    • I talk to my dog in a normal voice but it's usually to say "Greta you're a fucking right you know that"
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    • You live with your nephew
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    • Theres a hole in my bucket, Delilah...
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    • I think that baby voice sounds kinda stupid. I don't even do that with babies lol
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    • Everybody talking about Plain White T's, but nobody is saying anything about the real OG, Tom Jones' Delilah.
      Telenn 22 mar
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    • I bet he does, and i also bet you’re missing your peanut butter.
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    • After seeing the movie Cats & Dogs, ya know...the spy movie, we learned that they hate that. In light of this, we must submit to our overlord’s wishes not talk to them in weird voices
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    • I have a ginger cat named George, when I come home from work or from being out I say "hey George how's it going" in normal tone of voice, he meows, n sometimes we have a conversation back n forth
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    • I don’t like it when people change their voices. I find it annoying
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    • Nah don’t trust anyone who talks to their pets in literally the most obnoxious voice “loOk at dA cUte liL doGgO! cUte liL woOfeR poOfeR! dogGo diD a bOop! hE’s dOiNG hiS bEsT!”
      TheMilano 22 mar
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    • I don’t trust them
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    • Okay but what does that reply have to do with anything ? Does it imply he uses a regular voice so he can be trusted ??? Or is it just super irrelevant
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    • I always talk to my dogs in my normal voice. I only do baby talk when we're playing
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    • Hey there Delilah
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    • Who doesnt talk to their pet in a normal voice?
      karen1 22 mar
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    • Is his father Ted Bundy by any chance?
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    • Hey there, Delilah, what's it like in New York City
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    • Sometimes I talk to animals in a serious voice but only if it's a serious conversation
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    • If I don't talk to my dog in a Stern voice she won't listen and gets to excited
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