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    Default WTF Dr Phil!!

    I'm watching it now and there is a woman who is obsessed with her pet rabbits, so much so that she attempted to breastfeed one!

    She also has an adult daughter who she tried to get to drink strawberry milk from a baby bottle when she visits, as well as ask her to wear a bonnet on her head.

    Wow there are some ****ed up people out there!!

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    It's like an episode of that weird obsession show.
    It's a bit sad really, she must be lonely.

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    In watching it too. Just, wow.

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    I've just tuned in...Boomer the Dog - WOW!

    My DS2 is dog crazy...he's not getting one now

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    I don't even feed my dog canned dog food LOL..

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    I don't even think this guy owns a dog?! I haven't seen any pics of him with one yet

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    na he doesn't own a dog... omg ewww eating dog food! really?!?!


 

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