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The Reel Life

19 February 2009

The Reel Life loves dogs. We've owned a fair share of them and they can be a wonderful companion when spinning the online slot reels. A couple of them even brought us good luck, at least so we think. That being said, never in our wildest dreams did we think of entering holy matrimony with man's best friend.

According to Reuters, an infant boy in a village in eastern India was recently married off to his neighbor's dog. Why, you may ask? Because the tribe believed the marriage would protect the village from being attacked by wild animals, especially tigers.

Well, that makes sense.

"Around 150 tribespeople performed the ritual recently in a hamlet in the state of Orissa's Jajpur district after the boy, who is under two years old, grew a tooth on his upper gum. The Munda tribe see such a growth in young children as a bad omen and believe it makes them prone to attacks by tigers and other animals. The tribal god will bless the child and ward off evil spirits after the marriage."

As long as there is a logical explanation to the marriage, then The Reel Life sees no problem with this. After all, who isn't scared to death of tigers?

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