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Live Like Your Pets

A store which sells matching pet-sized and human-sized items
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When you next buy a hamster wheel, buy it's matching human equivalent at the Live Like Your Pets store.

Marvel at the range of human sized ladders, wheels, play huts and chews, crafted exactly like their miniature equivalents. Be impressed with the giant water bottles and food bowls.

But why would you want to live like your pet? Well, it's great physical exercise. Plus it's fun. Plus, you'll bond better with your pet, and it will be easier to teach them to do tricks through accurate demonstration.

I want a 6ft sunken plastic pirate ship for the bathroom...

Fishrat, Mar 09 2006

(?) Good enough for Rob Schnider, good enough for me. http://images.googl...en%26lr%3D%26sa%3DG
[2 fries shy of a happy meal, Mar 09 2006]

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       Fantastic! I want a big hamster wheel in my house now please.
DrBob, Mar 09 2006
  

       Baked. I already have a large mirror in my living room. And newspaper on the floor.
coprocephalous, Mar 09 2006
  

       It's not my turn to clean out the litter tray again is it?
hippo, Mar 09 2006
  

       Brilliant! I'll take a sunny window, twenty hour a day naps, and regular massage. I have cats.
Galbinus_Caeli, Mar 09 2006
  

       //Live Like Your Pets//   

       No one is tugging on my tities, in an attempt to secrete milk and fill a bucket.   

       Pet cows are cool.
skinflaps, Mar 09 2006
  

       +....just don't make me eat that canned cat food!
xandram, Mar 09 2006
  

       Hey, I know where to get some leashes and collars. Not sure about the sunken pirate ship, though.
ping, Mar 09 2006
  

       <jams nose into neighbour's crotch, flops on back, peeing into the air with excitement, rushes into neighbour's yard and dives into pool, chewing on $900 automatic pool cleaner, spots large water dragon atop compost heap, exits pool and dives into compost, digs franticly spraying compost into pool, flies off into neighbour's house in persuit of terrified water dragon, knocks potplants over as skids muddy body across tiles and into lounge room, meets neighbour's wife and politely requests biscuits.. >   

       What was the idea again? +
ConsulFlaminicus, Mar 09 2006
  

       Great! Imagine turning up to a party in a Roaming Human Bowl.
egbert, Mar 09 2006
  

       Odd, but whenever I go into the bathroom, there's a six foot tall diver in there.
AbsintheWithoutLeave, Mar 09 2006
  

       [Consul] Your anno is so woofin good (slobber) big wet drooling kiss for you!
xandram, Mar 09 2006
  

       // ... dog ... vet ... fingers ... bum ... Not sure I want to go through that.// What - as a vet or a dog?
hippo, Mar 09 2006
  

       Well......   

       I have eaten my share of alfalfa, but I'm not much for sleeping outdoors in the rain.   

       And I'm very particular about who I let tie me up in leather.
normzone, Mar 09 2006
  

       Bun. When I was a kid I had the obligatory pet hamster and was always massively jealous of its cute modular housing and scurry-tunnel up to its turret bedroom.   

       I also wouldn't say no to someone to play with my ears whilst lying in front of the fire watching The Simpsons (we have a dog).
rubyminky, Mar 10 2006
  

       <avoids temptation to mention parrots>
Fishrat, Mar 12 2006
  
      
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