What if I told there was a dog who now lives under a human skin? You probably would dismiss it as a case of brain malfunction but what if I tell you a human now enjoys lives as DOGS do. Intrigued? Now, we all are very well acquainted with human acting like weird and taking questionable decisions (thanks, trump!). But it remained by far the most bizarre of the human proclivities when 32-year-old Tom Peters decided to live like a domesticated dog.
Keep reading to know more about the story of an adult man who lives his life like a domesticated dog.
Meet 32-years-old adult man Tom Peters who is happy to live like a domesticated dog.
Tom, who made an appearance on British daytime talk show as his canine alter ego “Spot”, described how he walks on all four limbs, eats out of a bowl and sleeps in a cage.
But, I case you are wondering how he uses the toilet, it’s not as graphic as you may think, Tom said he switches to human mindset for the loo, thankfully.
Tom says puppy play is more about being yourself given license to behave in a way that feels natural. “You’re not worrying about money, or food, or work; It’s just the chance to enjoy each other’s company on a very simple level.
He suggested that this could very well be a “catalyst” and “lead on” to new things. “Because you relax and unwind, you could start from being a puppy and lead onto something in the bedroom,” he added.
On being asked Tom’s fiance admitted that this causes significant stress in their relationship. “I wish he had another hobby, possibly something more down to earth.
Her fiance also said that he is he, however, it all ends up bringing us closer.
“I’m proud of him, for being honest with himself. I miss him, but we’re a lot closer and better.”
Do you think Tom really enjoys being like that?
Here is the video footage that you can watch and decide if it’s really a hobby or something else.
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Well, for almost everyone, it will take more than just a TV show or an article for being able to comprehend this as a hobby for this adult man. But, I suppose if dressing up in the rubber suit and pretending to be a domesticated dog brings Tom a sense of purpose then who are we to judge? And if that makes him happy, it can be too terrible a hobby.