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Toddlers eating pet food
« on: 2006 October 21, 00:29:25 »
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I just discovered that hungry toddlers will eat out of the doggy dish if they're left alone long enough.  Yuck!



Please, can somebody come up with a hack to stop this? 

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« Reply #1 on: 2006 October 21, 00:31:37 »
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This has certain advantages in the care of sim-spawn...  I wonder how the baby controller would work with this?

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« Reply #2 on: 2006 October 21, 00:45:50 »
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Cool! I was fed out of a bowl like that when I was that age, y'know. It's so much easier than having to fetch bottles and crap, you just put raw meat in a bowl.

Please, can somebody come up with a hack to stop this?
Not only am I not going to stop it, but I'm also going to make it a fallback position for the baby controller. Most excellent.
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« Reply #3 on: 2006 October 21, 00:48:49 »
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Is there any hope left for me?    Undecided
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« Reply #4 on: 2006 October 21, 00:52:36 »
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DOOOOMED! Grin
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« Reply #5 on: 2006 October 21, 00:57:53 »
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« Reply #6 on: 2006 October 21, 01:04:39 »
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Not only am I not going to stop it, but I'm also going to make it a fallback position for the baby controller. Most excellent.

I guess that's what I get for bringing it up in the first place.  I should have figured you'd say that.....

At any rate it'll make the little rugrats happy.  The picture doesn't really show it, but she was clearly enjoying herself, bits of dog food flying everywhere.

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« Reply #7 on: 2006 October 21, 01:06:22 »
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Seems realistic to me! ROFL
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« Reply #8 on: 2006 October 21, 01:27:06 »
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My nephew used to eat my cat's food. Not only was this completely disgusting, but my cat ate special medicated food so we had to take him to the doctor to make sure it didn't cause him any harm. LOL...who knows how long that was going on before I noticed him. Tongue
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« Reply #9 on: 2006 October 21, 02:10:39 »
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Hey, if it brings up hunger and comfort level, I'm all for it.

Maybe someone could make a monkeychow dish.

http://www.angryman.ca/monkey.html

I loves that guy. Monkeychow OUT!
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« Reply #10 on: 2006 October 21, 02:12:31 »
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I agree with assmitten; does the dog food make the hunger bar go up?

if it does, this is gunna make for some real kick-ass stories    Grin
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« Reply #11 on: 2006 October 21, 02:18:00 »
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It does make the hunger bar go up. Not as much as the bottle, though.
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« Reply #12 on: 2006 October 21, 02:35:52 »
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Hmmm...I'm seeing new possibilities for legacy challenges. "The Feral Child" challenge.

"Were you raised in a barn?"

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« Reply #13 on: 2006 October 21, 02:44:40 »
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Cool! I was fed out of a bowl like that when I was that age, y'know. It's so much easier than having to fetch bottles and crap, you just put raw meat in a bowl.
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Re: Toddlers eating pet food
« Reply #14 on: 2006 October 21, 03:00:10 »
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I ate dog food when I was a kid, the 50lb bag of purina was kept in my room for all the hunting dogs. What can I say I was weird, and hungry. My grandma finally put a stop to it when I went to her house one summer (she had money lol) and found me eating dog biscuits because I was hungry rather than risk asking for food.
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« Reply #15 on: 2006 October 21, 04:06:42 »
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Pet food seens like a step up from boogers and bathroom water.  I eat some cat food when I was seven.  I just yanked out a hand full like it was snax mix or something.
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« Reply #16 on: 2006 October 21, 04:28:23 »
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My one year old eats dog chow all the time.  I think the first few times she did it because the dogs eat it, and she was curious.  Now I'm sure she does it to make me scream.  She thinks it is hilarious when I am furious.  When we buy that gravy-making kind of kibble, she gets little drippy strings of red drool.  Yum.  Shocked
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« Reply #17 on: 2006 October 25, 16:17:01 »
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Hmmm...dog nannies.
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« Reply #18 on: 2006 October 25, 18:36:54 »
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Smarter at least.LOL
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« Reply #19 on: 2006 October 25, 18:42:01 »
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Okay, now I want a hack to allow a Nana to replace the Nanny.
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« Reply #20 on: 2006 October 25, 23:13:44 »
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My brother and I used to eat those little multicolored bone shaped dog biscuits.  They were quite tasty, if I remember correctly.  And so what?  They don't hurt you. And it's probably better for the kid than fruit loops.

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« Reply #21 on: 2006 October 25, 23:42:12 »
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My brother and I used to eat those little multicolored bone shaped dog biscuits.  They were quite tasty, if I remember correctly.  And so what?  They don't hurt you. And it's probably better for the kid than fruit loops.

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No high-fructose corn syrup in the dog food, right? That stuff is eeevil. Hee!

Although, what am I saying? There's probably high-fructose corn syrup in dog food now. It's in everything else.
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Re: Toddlers eating pet food
« Reply #22 on: 2006 October 26, 04:09:49 »
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When I was 4 or 5 my dad decided to play a trick on me and pretend to eat dog pig ears. He said that it was good and I should try it, so I did. He still denies it to this day but I know it happened. It was kind of traumatising.
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Re: Toddlers eating pet food
« Reply #23 on: 2006 October 26, 04:17:02 »
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I had a toddler eat out of the pet bowl, but he stopped and threw up.  So I'm not sure there is a whole lot of benefit from it.  Undecided
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« Reply #24 on: 2006 October 26, 04:50:45 »
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My mom recently took a "nibble" at a doggie treat because, she said, she wanted to know why her normally finicky dachsund is so crazy about the things.

All I can say is that I'm glad they don't have a cat with a litter box in the house.  Roll Eyes

(Her verdict on the doggie treat, "Nothing to write home about, but I've probably had worse.")
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