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Would you rather have an elephant the size of a dog, or a dog the size of an elephant?
Dog the size of an elephant 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
Elephant the size of a dog 76%  76%  [ 68 ]
Neither. I want a unicorn. 22%  22%  [ 20 ]
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An elephant the size of a dog. So I can put it on my lap and smooch its noggin.

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An elephant the size of a dog. So I can put it on my lap and smooch its noggin.


Yes. While a monster giant pug would be awesome, the puddles of drool and giant presents it would leave behind would not be. I want to hold a tiny elephant. Maybe even better would be a kitten sized elephant.

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An elephant the size of a dog would be so cute, especially if it could be the size of a chihuahua! But I'd rather have a unicorn.

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tiny elephant!!


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I always say that if I believed that it was ethical to breed animals my first order of business would be to start a company that genetically engineers tiny versions of various types of animals. What I really want is a teacup panda, but I would take a mini elephant.

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Gaaaa, teacup panda would be soooooo adorable!

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Rhizopus Oligosporus wrote:
Gaaaa, teacup panda would be soooooo adorable!


I KNOW. It would be the best. Or what about a zebra the size of a cat? So cute!

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Tiny elephant!

And for some reason this totally reminded me of the House Hippo commercials that used to come on tv (you'll get this if you're Canadian).

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Maggie Muggins wrote:
Tiny elephant!

And for some reason this totally reminded me of the House Hippo commercials that used to come on tv (you'll get this if you're Canadian).


Not being Canadian, I do not get it, but I also think a house hippo is a really good idea!

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No one wants a dog the size of an elephant? Must be the poop factor.


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Why isn't everyone choosing unicorns? WHY DO YOU ALL HATE UNICORNS? D:

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I only want a unicorn if it's the size of a large cat.

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You know, giving up cheese was easy, and not wearing leather shoes is no big deal...the hardest part of veganism is not being able to genetically engineer pocket-sized exotic animals. VEGANISM IS TOO HARD.

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I never realised until now that what I wanted most in the world was a teeny tiny elephant.

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How am I the only person that wants a dog the size of an elephant?! Imagine how cute and fluffy an EMORMOUS dog would be? C'mon people!

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Unicorn! I want a unicorn!

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Evolution has already fulfilled our wishes, only she was too early:
Wikipedia wrote:
The smallest elephants, about the size of a calf or a large pig, were a prehistoric species that lived on the island of Crete during the Pleistocene epoch.

Not quite as small as a chihuahua, but still.

The size of the unicorn was not specified, but if it was tiny, I'd want both the elephant and the unicorn. They would be friends and play together and multiply the cuteness to unbelievable levels.

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I was relieved when I saw the third option. Unicooooorn!!!


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i have no clue whatsoever what this thread is about.

i love the ppk :-)

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Although I am tempted by a giant dog, logistically it would be a bit of a bummer. I'd have to get all my doorways widened quite drastically. And it would cost a bomb to feed. Plus, tiny elephant! I really like elephants and think of all the japes you could have. You could bath it, and it would squirt water at you through it's tiny trunk, and then you'd throw your head back and laugh.

Yes, I am picturing owning a dog-sized elephant as a sort of movie montage.

Also, I'd totally go for a tiny unicorn, too. But a full sized equine takes a lot of work and money to keep.

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strawberryrock wrote:
You know, giving up cheese was easy, and not wearing leather shoes is no big deal...the hardest part of veganism is not being able to genetically engineer pocket-sized exotic animals. VEGANISM IS TOO HARD.

I want a little pink barnyard piglet that will never grow up. Is that too much to ask?!

And an elephant the size of a dog.

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When Nick got home I asked him the question & he said 'Obviously the dog the size of the elephant, think how floofy it would be'. We are clearly a perfect match!!

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Why isn't everyone choosing unicorns? WHY DO YOU ALL HATE UNICORNS? D:

I chose it... but now I'm wondering how painful the inevitable butt sniffing would be from my beloved unicorn.

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