We've all been there before: walking up to the car in a parking lot ready to open the door, when out of nowhere a cute, rascally ankle-biting dog hops up to the window in an adjacent vehicle and starts barking.

Have you ever barked back? For all of you who have, maybe this animated short entitled "Carpark" from London's Birdbox Studio will make you think twice before messing with the fragile psyche of a yappy small dog again - no matter how gratifying it may be. Check out this amusing short below.


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      Arturo Rios Jr.
      • 1 Year Ago
      I kicked a pair of dogs so hard one that they both die a day after. They should have never bark at me.
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        @Arturo Rios Jr.
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        ChaosphereIX
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Arturo Rios Jr.
        may you be ripped apart by dogs, you subhuman *******. If I ever find out who you are, you will have an unfortunate "accident" after meeting my two pitties. Both are trained attack dogs and go straight for the throat... May you now jump everytime you hear a dog bark, you never know....
        Tom
        • 1 Year Ago
        @Arturo Rios Jr.
        I hope a dog kills you.
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        Sergio526
        • 1 Year Ago
        Personally, I find it odd taking care of an animal you don't intend on eating. Don't ask a dog owner how fat they're going to let them get before the slaughter, they get really defensive!
          Tom
          • 1 Year Ago
          @Sergio526
          I find it ods that ur parents didn't give u away when they had the chance.
        methos1999
        • 1 Year Ago
        thanks sigmund freud
        Tom
        • 1 Year Ago
        Taking ur dog to a park or pets mart is one thing. But I used see dogs locked in cars all the time. Not so much anymore. Which is a good thing. Cause if I do see one locked in a car again and its over 85 and sunny out. I'm gonna bust out the owners car window. Leave ur dogs at home people. Unless of course u are goin somewhere and u don't intend to leave the dog in the car.
        jonnybimmer
        • 1 Year Ago
        Because if you spot a dog in a car once, the owner must always bring their dog with them everywhere, right? It's surprising how many people have assumed this with me during the handful of times I've taken my roommate's dog to the park or for a checkup. My favorite is when I got cash at an ATM (my car parked literally right behind me) and got lectured by some guy about how dangerous the situation was for the dog. Not to say I haven't encountered my share of neglectful/abusive dog owners, but sometimes these "I don't know your situation, but you must be mistreating your animal!" accusations can get out of hand.
      budwsr25
      • 1 Year Ago
      So Funny. I do the samething when I see a dog locked in the car parked next to mine and it starts barking at me.
      d2
      • 1 Year Ago
      Internet idiots arguing over a cartoon. Priceless.
      kingrat001
      • 1 Year Ago
      A friend and I went over to his bank, so he could cash his paycheck and make his car payment. I stayed in the car while he went inside. Next to me was a car with a little Poodle mix in it and as soon as I made eye contact, he started barking. I barked back at him, just killing time until my friend came back. What I didn't know was that nobody could see the dog from inside the bank, all they could see was me barking inside my friend's car! This particular bank branch was infamous for it's long lines and long waits, so everyone in line was watching "The crazy guy out in the Caravan barking". After about 45 minutes, my friend comes out and asks me, "WTF are you doing?". I pointed at the dog and said, "I'm just messing with him". My friend got out of the car and went into the bank. Apparently, the people inside were debating about if they should call the police to check on me, and he told them I was barking at the dog they couldn't see in the car next to me. About 32 years ago, I looked inside a car parked along the street next to the hotel I worked at. It was full of papers and had the back windows tinted pretty heavily. The windows were down about 2" and I put my head down to look inside the car to see what was going on and a half grown German Shepherd popped out of the sea of newspapers and fast food wrappers and tried to take my face off. A co worker saw it and thought it was hilarious. Scared the hell out of me. About an hour later, my boss and I, after several attempts to wake up the owner of the car and dog failed (He was sleeping on the toilet in the men's room), gave him a "Ice Water Wake Up", by dumping about 4 gallons of ice and water on him. He was almost as pissed as his dog was.
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