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> K9 Wifes, are there women married to a dog ?
zennie
Posted: Dec 15 2007, 02:39 AM
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I'm in another chat, and there is a girl with the nick,,K9-Wife.. How do you feel here girls ? is that out of whack? please let us know if you feel like being blessed into a marrital bond. Actualy I would be very intersted if there is another married woman but maintains a secret loveaffaire with a dog as I do?
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Posted: Dec 15 2007, 11:12 PM
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QUOTE (zennie @ Dec 14 2007, 08:39 PM)
I'm in another chat, and there is a girl with the nick,,K9-Wife.. How do you feel here girls ? is that out of whack? please let us know if you feel like being blessed into a marrital bond. Actualy I would be very intersted if there is another married woman but maintains a secret loveaffaire with a dog as I do?

I'm pretty sure k9wife simply refers to a married woman who does k9, not a woman who's actually feels married to her dog. :thinking: Personally I'd never even consider it. Then again I'm not a zoo.
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Posted: Dec 16 2007, 12:51 AM
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I used to chat with a lovely young lady who is into zoo and expressed a desire to go through some sort of ' wedding ' ceremony with a dog. It was something we were supposed to look into if we ever managed to meet up. Alas, that now seems unlikely. ZZ.
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Posted: Dec 16 2007, 02:18 AM
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I don't doubt that there are a few zoo women/girls who are married to their male dogs. At least at an emotional level, if not a legal one. In fact, even though I'm talking out my ass on this one, it is probably more likely that there is a larger proportion of women than men who feel themselves married to their k9 partners. :thinking: That's just my uneducated opinion on the matter.
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Posted: Dec 16 2007, 03:15 AM
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SilkyThights, You are throwing overboard all the things that I have learned here and in english langauge. Your final words are that you are not a zoo. Well what is a zoo? I tought that most of here are ,,zoo,, that means zoophilia. Hey I did read so many posts from you about how you relating to your two dogs, (one super active anotherone lazy) I actualy like your posts, but now you are saying that you are not a zoo? so what, and who are zoo's? and what am I? cheerrs
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Posted: Dec 16 2007, 05:39 PM
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Being "married" to a dog is a little meaningless because "marriage" is not quite a concept graspable by a dog. And what's a marriage if one part doesn't have the concept?

I, too, think that the nick is just an indicator a of woman who is married and has a dog.

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Posted: Dec 16 2007, 08:06 PM
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Marriage, what does it really mean. I have known several females who would only let their canine lover use their body. There were a couple of female teachers at the primary school nearby that if it had been legally they would have married their canine lovers. One lived with a Corgi and the other shared her house with a very randy G S, ( she practised monogamy but he did not follow her views on that subject) .
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Posted: Dec 16 2007, 08:25 PM
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QUOTE (zennie @ Dec 15 2007, 08:15 PM)
SilkyThights, You are throwing overboard all the things that I have learned here and in english langauge. Your final words are that you are not a zoo. Well what is a zoo? I tought that most of here are ,,zoo,, that means zoophilia. Hey I did read so many posts from you about how you relating to your two dogs, (one super active anotherone lazy) I actualy like your posts, but now you are saying that you are not a zoo? so what, and who are zoo's? and what am I? cheerrs
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First, there's a difference between zoophilia and bestiality.

I agree with the previous explanation that most likely, the person you're referring to is simply a married woman who enjoys K9.

Although some people develop a romantic type of emotional attachment to their pets, not everyone does. We all love our pets, but not always in a romantic way that would lead us to want to marry them. Many of us have normal human relationships, and the sexual satisfaction that we get from our pets is only a small part of our lives.

Neither way is considered wrong or incorrect on this forum.
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Posted: Dec 16 2007, 11:27 PM
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QUOTE (st benard @ Dec 16 2007, 08:06 PM)
...One lived with a Corgi and the other shared her house with a very randy G S, ( she practised monogamy but he did not follow her views on that subject) .

Why you cheeky girl you! Hope you didn't drain him too much, and left her wondering..."Hmm he didn't seem to cum too much tonight?" ;) :P :lol: :D
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