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Keep reading for some hilarious doggie antics caught on camera, in which we're fairly certain no canine was hurt in the making of — except for the pride of the pooch in vid number 10 — there's no coming back from that in the dog self-respect stakes.Convinced your dog's face can show emotional expressions? As a society, we devour countless cooking shows, culinary magazines and foodie blogs.

Wale and Rihanna play off one another on the track and voice their inner turmoil involving the opposite sex.

Rihanna sings (also later raps) in response to Wale’s laments about a difficult relationship and praises of hot sex on the "bed, floor, couch, more." It uses a whole new instrumental track that refers to Rihanna's song "Loveeeeeee Song".

This super-sweet Japanese pooch certainly can, with the translation appearing to be that he gives his owner the loveliest canine smile, cutest ear wiggles and waggliest tail whenever he comes into view. How much fun can one dog have popping 100 balloons in 77 seconds?

Seems like it's some kind of personal mission for this little terrier to rid the world of the evil "spheres of doom." Hit the arrow to see it play out — and we'll warn you, it doesn't end well for the balloons.

There is a slight absurdity about it all and this is well suited to the topic which is easily argued as the purest form of absurdity.

There is none more insane then our destruction of what we have and are, self sabotage while ignorance is bliss.

As noted by MTV, the remix starts with moody synth keys before the familiar "bed springs" squeak, which appeared in the original track, lead to the infidelity-laced hook.

Wale and Rihanna also trade rap bars: "Bad girls ain't no good and the good girls ain't no fun," he spits before she answers: "And the bad girls want a real nigga." Rihanna tweaks Tiara Thomas' original section into her own, adding a "touch of her seductive island accent". I never did it, but I sure know how to fuck," she sings tragically.

As well as watch the main action, may we recommend you check out the other pups that appear to be silently willing him on while one even gives him a little wave goodbye at the end.


  1. It has been used playfully for people acting in an energetic fashion (Canadian singer Nelly Furtado's "Promiscuous Girl") or as a way of unifying women of all ages on the basis of their once having been girls (American country singer Martina Mc Bride's "This One's for the Girls"). The status of girls throughout world history is closely related to the status of women in any culture.

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