To be fair, both ends look alike
December 4, 2017 9:46 AM   Subscribe

 
"So, this is my life now."
posted by Atom Eyes at 9:56 AM on December 4 [9 favorites]


Did these people have a bat trapped in their house earlier?
posted by selfnoise at 9:59 AM on December 4 [2 favorites]


> "Is that a joint in the ashtray?"

It is! It is!
posted by I-Write-Essays at 10:17 AM on December 4 [1 favorite]


This was so much funnier than I expected it to be.
A+ to the dog for rolling with it.
posted by phunniemee at 11:26 AM on December 4 [2 favorites]


Oh my god, I laughed so hard I squeaked. That is a very good dog.
posted by lunasol at 12:00 PM on December 4 [3 favorites]


might just be a hand-rolled ciggie. might be. (loose tobacco is more common on this side of the pond...)
posted by Fraxas at 1:31 PM on December 4


I don't know what I was expecting but now I'm actually crying from laughter. That is definitely a wonderful doggo -- rated 13/10 for flexibility and cuddliness (both ends).
posted by paisley sheep at 1:34 PM on December 4 [4 favorites]


Come on, who among us hasn't grabbed the wrong end of a dog from time to time?
posted by ricochet biscuit at 2:28 PM on December 4 [2 favorites]


I have been cracking up watching this all day and just watched it three times in a row again. I'm trying to place their Mum's accent. Northern Ireland?
posted by lagomorphius at 4:46 PM on December 4


I have been cracking up watching this all day and just watched it three times in a row again. I'm trying to place their Mum's accent. Northern Ireland?

Newcastle?
posted by Bloxworth Snout at 2:29 AM on December 5


I especially love the dogs expression.

I imagine it thinking "What is happening? Is this how we do hugs now? I like hugs but the upside down part is weird!?"
posted by Faintdreams at 5:05 AM on December 5


That dog does not even care. Hug whatever end you want.
posted by Secretariat at 10:51 AM on December 5


"Got the dog's arse" sounds like one of those expressions that, while technically English, can only really be understood by the British.
posted by Halloween Jack at 10:59 AM on December 5


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