Friday, 18 November 2016

AMAZING! Dog executes flawless mannequin challenge in Pensylvania. Watch!

For me, this is, "what a man can do, a 'dog' can do it better." LOL. It's funny how some dogs can get to behave so manlike sometimes. Umm... I don't actually mean the Ekuke breed of dogs, they're totally way off the list.



Well, According to UPI, who reported this first, a Pennsylvania dog owner shared a video of his well-trained dog mastering the "mannequin challenge" in a variety of complex poses.  

Ryan Thomas posted a video to Twitter showing his boxer, Boston, holding completely still in various complicated poses, including taking cookies out of the oven and balancing tortilla chips on his head.

"My dog has the best #mannequinchallenge," Thomas wrote.

However, having discovered how viral his first video went, he went ahead to post a second video, this time, it showed the dog refilling his tank in a gas station and then purchasing groceries in a grocery store with some other 'humans' participating in the challenge.

The "mannequin challenge" trend on social media involves people ― and in cases such as this, animals ― holding perfectly still in an imitation of a mannequin. Famous participants in the challenge include Hillary Clinton, Chocolate city(music label) crew and Jon Bon Jovi, as well as the Cleveland Cavaliers.

Thomas joked the mannequin challenge isn't Boston's only trick: "He actually is a really great ping-pong player," he tweeted alongside a photo of the dog posing with a paddle and ping-pong balls.

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1 comments:

  1. Lol...Omg, this is so amazing.

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