@RiffRaff, actually its common for older people to think this. I know because my mother and aunt thought that for quite a while
@RiffRaff, punches X!
@RiffRaff, really? My grandma believed this for years why is that so hard to believe
@RiffRaff, My dad actually did think this for a while
@BigfootUnibrowMan, so did my dad
“Yeah grandma that microwave trick was cool”
Plot twist: she knows exactly waht it means and hated that little shįt
It actually stood for Lots Of Love back in the day
Might have been more believable in 2002, my parents had a similar misunderstanding back then. Not in 2017.
I get wanting to comfort your loved ones, but does anyone actually honestly believe that there's a hamster heaven?
@I Are Lebo, I don't even believe in a human one
@JakobJeanCiccone, I can understand turning to the comforting lie and telling someone "your parent/sibling/child/friend isn't just gone, they're actually in a better place where they will exist forever in happiness". It's absolutely a comforting lie, but I understand it.
But telling someone "your hamster is in a better place" is like telling them not to misbehave or else Santa Claus won't give them presents.