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WHY ARE EVERYONE SO FUCKING EAGER TO KILL THE DUDE

DOGS CAN'T EAT CHOCOLATE
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Because supernatural.
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>>102249517
Moron. Dogs can eat chocolate, they just get addicted to it.
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>>102250787
Actually, a dog weighting ~20 kgs dies from half a tablet of chocolate as far as I know.
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>>102250990
Thank you anon for blessing me with your wisdom.
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>>102250990
Not unless that tablet weighs a full kilogram, but it's still highly unrecommended to feed chocolate to dogs.
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>>102251209
It should be noted, though, that the lethal dose of chocolate for humans and dogs is about the same per kilogram of body weight, it's just that dogs usually weigh a lot less. Given that Hakuya probably weighs the same as a regular human, it's actually no riskier than feeding a human chocolate.
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>>102251250
>it's just that dogs usually weigh a lot less
And that dogs are too dumb to stop eating when they're full?
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>>102251250
You can die eating chocolate?
That sounds like a great death.
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>>102249517
It's okay for him to eat chocolates when he's in human form. Humans can easily metabolize the theobromine from chocolates and would not cause any health problems. However, transforming right after eating chocolates is very dangerous. You'll need to wait 20 seconds (19.664512s if you want exact figures) for every milligram of chocolates consumed to safely transform into a dog.

Trust me I'm a veterenarian.
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>>102251594
if you are a veterenarian would you treat Hakuya
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>Shapeshifter
>can go full human mode
>can emulate human form and function perfectly
>can marry and impregnate a human
>can't make human chocolate digesting enzymes

Why would that be the case?
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>>102251250
But thats fucking wrong, dogs metabolize theobromine a lot slower than humans. The lethal dose for humans is about 1000 mg/kg, whereas the lethal dose for dogs is only 300 mg/kg.
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>>102251643
>can emulate human form and function perfectly
what gives you the idea that he functions perfectly when he falls asleep in class
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I'd give Mashiro my chocolate, if you know what I mean. By chocolate I mean by big black cock.
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>>102251729
First off, a glance at the internet shows that these numbers vary wildly. But even if that's true and humans need to consume three times as much chocolate, it's still "about the same" in scientific terms: the difference between eating 5 kilograms of chocolate or 15 is inconsequential considering that most people won't eat anywhere near 1kg.
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>>102251844
Are you implying that humans never fall asleep in class? Because if you are, you're really, really wrong.
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>>102251643
>>can't make human chocolate digesting enzymes
there is no enzyme, Theobromine can kill humans too, its just our much larger size allows us to be able to eat more of it.
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>>102251879
Damn it, Ben....fuck, it doesn't work
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I want to die because of chocolate poisoning, it sounds like a sweet death.
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>>102252069
heart failure is not a fun way to die.
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>>102252069
Any poisoning is painful or at the very least very discomfortable.
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>Chocolate
>Sweet
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>>102251844
classes are just boring to him?
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>>102249517
Chocolate isn't the only toxic food to dogs.
Caffeine (which you can find in the tea japanese chug all the time), onions, garlic, grapes, salt and a bunch of stuff that he's probably ingested by now can also be as lethal as chocolate.

It's pretty safe to assume he has a human stomach when he's in human form.
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>>102252165
>It's pretty safe to assume he has a human stomach when he's in human form.

Or maybe we should assume that his organs do not function like normal being at all.
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>>102252197
Either way, my point remains he doesn't have a dog metabolism.
So chill
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>>102251287
Yes
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>>102252197
His human body is functioning perfectly. In one of the episodes, he was sweating heavily. Dogs do not sweat.
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>>102251643
wait is that her true form? And why she's so obsessed with collecting that figure?
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Maybe he constantly falls asleep because he give half of his power to Kobeni
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>>102252470
Or maybe its because he's a dog and dogs sleep whenever the hell they want.
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>>102251905
>be wrong
>handwave the relevant facts as questionable
>reassert same wrong conclusion

It's like I'm on /pol/.

I had a beagle get hold of one of those large Hershey bars once and consume the whole thing. It got very sick. The only dog I would give chocolate is yours since you apparently know so much about it that it would undoubtedly render your dog immune.
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>>102252069
>a sweet death.
Get the fuck out, you brilliant bastard.
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im still waiting that doujin of kobeni taking the knot
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>>102251209
>>102250787
Dogs can not process theobromine, an agent that exists in chocolate, coffee, and other stuff.

It'd technically be poisonous to us, but our bodies just works through it so fast that it doesn't matter, dogs (and cats) can't process it fast enough, so they run a serious risk of dying of poisoning.
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>>102255980
Sorry anon apparently my vet was trying to kill my dog. Never paid too much attention to his babling but I did give like a crumble of chocolate to my dog so it can taste it. But damn my vet is a moron.
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I had to drop this show. I don't find the actual relationship, which is the main focus of the show, entertaining. I don't like the guy, the girl is only alright but it seems like all of her decisions were chosen for her instead of these things coming together naturally (not sure I explained that well). The only reason I even watched the last episode was for more Mashiro and Kobeni jokes.

Why are you guys still watching this?
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>>102258191
I don't think a crumb is going to instakill your dog, but I noticed that my dog would vomit shortly after licking up crumbs I had left after eating a chocolate bar, so his body definitively had the strength to reject it.
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>https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VMeXGE_a8Gg
I think it only applies on Black chocolates.



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