Good movie. All done.
2 Cool 2 Dog: The Birdening
Houston we have a dog
Kid: “He’s my dog.”
‘Cool Dog’ Trailer Editor: “Nailed it!”
You’re the cool now, dog.
well….. i’m a heap of tears.
Please…. stop the madness.
HOLY FUCK, THEY TALK?!
Smoke enough of the right stuff, any animal can talk.
“Y’gotta break ‘em! Break ‘em like DAWGS.” -Frank Reynolds
To be fair, there’s only so much you can say about even a truly cool dog other than “cool dog,” and the other things are creepy.
Yesterday I was holding a friend’s dog’s leash while the friend went in a shop, and in five minutes, half a dozen people stopped to tell me I had a cool dog. (It’s a really cool dog!) But when I acknowledged the compliment from one lady, she bent over closer to my face and said, “We must remember that all dogs are precious. All dogs.”
“This movie looks so cool, dog!”
“Youre right, dog, it does look cool!”
Doggonnit, that movie looks Te-woof-ic!
You could say this cool dog is going to get a “lukewarm reception”
Well, that’s better than a “heartworm infestation.”
That would be “rrrwolff”!
Cool Dog, meet Cook Dog.
Look Gabe, this is a great find, and I am going to let you finish, but this is the greatest Boy and his Dog movie of all time:
A timeless, classic tale of a boy, played by Don Johnson even though he looks about 20 in the movie, and his dog, which said boy uses to sniff out women, which are rather scare in this post-nuclear war landscape, so he can, well, to be honest, rape them. I think this is one of the reason women are so scare. Because every dude also has a dog and they all seem to spend their time doing this. And watching very bad 70s stag films, which were the only movies to survive the End Times apparently.
And oh, the dogs all speak to their masters using telepathy that women can’t hear. Man’s best friend and so forth.
Needless to say, this is not a great date night movie, unless you got some sort of master/slave situation going on, which is fine. Hidden in the middle of this Mad Max meets Valley of Dolls is gem about Underside, which is one of the most scathing critique about life in 1950′s America, or at least the fantasy that the 50s have become.
The ending is delicious, and we should have stopped making boy and his dog movies after this epic.
Thank god there are still curvy ladies in half-buttoned dress shirts and panties in the future.
I’m thinking of legally changing my name to Don Dingdong. Thoughts?
Sorry. That was apropos of nothing and completely off topic. It was a random musing I should have posted on twitter. Which I am now going to do.
I’M NAWT A DAWG!
nothing to see here
Homeward Bound 8: Doggies got a brand new ride
Hijack to introduce my new dog, Lolita.
She’s only five weeks old, and still with her mother in case anyone is worried.
I’m pretty sure what she lacks in car driving and draughts (checkers) skills, she makes up for in magic powers of some kind. Probably the ability to levitate or throw lightning from her eyes.
With a bit more skill-
upvotes for looking like a baby bear!
Can someone make a supercut of scenes from movies where dogs cover their eyes in shame with paws that are clearly attached to two sticks?
I had a small part in this movie, but I accidentally said “Sweet Dog!” and my scene got cut out.
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