A walk in the woods with 42 Saint Bernards

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65 Responses to “A walk in the woods with 42 Saint Bernards”

  1. goldenearth says:

    it would be more interesting if it were 42 hungry pit bulls : )

    • UrbanUndead says:

      It’s 42 CUJOS!

    • sargsauce says:

      I fail to see what you mean.  Are you insinuating 42 hungry pit bulls would be any worse than if it were 42 hungry versions of some other moderately large dog?  Perhaps you missed the whole debacle about the McDonald’s radio ad and pit bulls.

  2. GTMoogle says:

    for(int i=0; i<42; ++i) spawn("Saint Bernard");

    This seems more like a video game than reality to me.  Especially the panting sounds.

  3. jon_anon says:

    Wait that’s a real video? — I thought it was a cyriak animation! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jX3iLfcMDCw

    • Lobster says:

       You can tell it isn’t because the dogs never start to mutate into hideous spider monsters, nor do they vomit up shapeless, chaotic masses of recognizable dog parts.

      …Man I love Cyriak.

  4. The sounds gives me the chill. 40 drooping and heavily breathing beasts.

  5. joeposts says:

    THAT CHILD COULD HAVE BEEN EATENED!

    /concerntroll

  6. 42 Giant turds waiting for some poor sod to step into…

  7. Jack_Spellman says:

    Didn’t see a single pooch peeing, makes me wonder if they’re CGI.

    But thanks, Dean — this makes up for the creepy clown paintings.

  8. surreality says:

    I could’ve easily watched another two minutes of that. Can you tell I’m a dog lover?

  9. Palomino says:

    There’s got to be at least one Cujo in the bunch. 

    I think they should glue moss, leaves and tree-bark on her, and just film. 

  10. Can you imagine the sheer amount of drool that child is covered in? 

  11. autark says:

    it’s a glitch in the matrix

  12. Kenmrph says:

    Wow, I had that *exact* dream last night.

  13. Paul Bowen says:

    Having spent a lot of time around dogs, and groups of dogs, but having no experience of Bernies, the thing that struck me here is the dogs’ apparently total lack of interest in one another. Every dog behaves as if it’s the only dog there. I mean, just for the sake of form, is no one even going to sniff a bumhole, chew an ear?

  14. HahTse says:

    What does a single person do with 42 Saint Bernards AND a child?

  15. MrEricSir says:

    I kept expecting a bunch of Storm Troopers to pop out and get their asses kicked by the dogs.

  16. EH says:

    Malkovich malkovich.

  17. semiotix says:

    Who’s a good boy?! Is it you? Or is it you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you, or you?

  18. i_prefer_yeti says:

    How is that child not bedecked in shining golden armor sitting astride one of those beasts rallying the other 41 for a charge at the crazy cat-lady’s barn? Needs to happen.

  19. eldritch says:

    If two leashless lapdogs in a park can get a man tasered, this must qualify for a tactical nuclear strike!

    Snarkiness aside, though, I’ve always wanted to see an urban setting full of just dozens of dogs. Like a local plaza or park that has a resident kennel of dogs who get free reign and are highly trained to be gentle and friendly and do tricks and whatnot.

  20. Mister44 says:

    “Nyaaaaaaaahh *tsktsktsk* what’s up, doc?”

  21. mongo says:

    Just shows how truly gentle St. Bernards are.   No pack rank working out visible.  

    I wonder how many brothers, sisters and cousins these are.

    Imagine feeding time. They must feed from a semi-trailer.

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      Just shows how truly gentle St. Bernards are. No pack rank working out visible.

      Maybe we just haven’t seen the queen yet.

  22. SomeGuyNamedMark says:

    They need 42 little brandy barrels around their necks.

  23. lesbianjesus says:

    A Husky, properly cared for, cost an average of $1000 a year to look after.

    Someone is rich or negligent.

    • Brewer_ME says:

      Follow the link from YouTube.  The owners breed this champion line… I’m sure each puppy sells for a couple grand.  

  24. Gordon Klock says:

    What a wonderful moment in time for that kid!

  25. Brewer_ME says:

    That’s what I would call I nitrogen sink.  

  26. Kenmrph says:

    Such beautiful animals!  Still, I’m holding out for the genetically modified drool-free version.

  27. chgoliz says:

    I cannot imagine a more idyllic childhood.

  28. Selkiechick says:

    Did the little kid get chicken soup when he came home from the Mild Rumpus?
     

  29. fink says:

    Free range and grass fed.

  30. BarBarSeven says:

    42 Saint Bernards and not one of them brought a barrel of XXX brand whiskey? FUCK EM!

  31. How great. These people are breeders :)

  32. Culturedropout says:

    It’s all good fun until someone drowns in a puddle of drool…
     

  33. tomrigid says:

    Which way did he go?

  34. Seb says:

    My first thought was:

    “Dad! There’s an infinite number of St Bernards outside who want to talk to us about this script for Hamlet they’ve worked out”

    Then it occurred to me that perhaps 42 St Bernards romping happily in the woods is the answer to Life, the Universe and Everything!

  35. Tom says:

    Y’know how a bunch of fish is called a school of fish, and a bunch of crows is called a murder of crows, or a pod of dolpins?

    I nominate the term “gallumph of  Saint Bernards”.

  36. Ipo says:

    Kid says: “Sitz!”
    None of the dogs sit. 
    Maybe they prefer French or Italian. 

  37. Atvaark says:

    Basic cryptography. To read the video, replace kids with dogs and dogs with sheep.

  38. Atvaark says:

    Free-range dogs taste better.

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