Love finally got me

So I always believed that as an Actualist I explored and largely eliminated love out of my life but boy was I wrong! Meet Poncho the Pomeranian! :smiley:

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“Poncho” :smiley:

They used to be used a lot in Argentina when I was a kid, even in the cities (they are still seen but in the countryside and mountains).

Certainly some of them looked like Pomeranians :smiling_face::

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But I don’t know if “poncho” means something else to you.

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Haha poncho does actually look like a darker version of the poncho you sent :stuck_out_tongue: Yeah I picked that name with the full knowledge it is referring to a garment :laughing:

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Cute! This is Pilu my Lagotto. Going on 6 years now

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Maybe this should become like the meme thread but for actualist dog pictures :smile:

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How could I not fall in love :sob::sob::sob:

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Indeed: that dog can prevent you both from becoming actually free. You have been warned!

Well, they’re literal lightning rods for whatever you’re feeling so it makes excellent sense to at least try to be happy and harmless around them.

And since I couldn’t possibly resist a “Dogs of Actualism” topic, here’s Thumbs:

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Aw you got 2 @claudiu! More dogs on here than I thought haha

Those are some cute dogs. I have never had a pet dog. My mum was terrified of dogs so we never got to have one.

So I guess I am a cat person. Though I only have rabbits at the moment.

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I present to you Mr. Niche (belgian malinois shepherd, named after the german philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche) and Mr. Ajere (a local verb that denotes someone a little aggressive), living together peacefully on this verdant planet.

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That cat knows how to chill.

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