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Where’d they go?!
There’s a reason why dogs are considered man’s best friend. Dogs possess only the purest and most admirable traits we admire in humans: Loyalty, empathy, curiosity, perseverance, poop-eating … okay, well maybe not poop-eating … and, of course, trust.
Our canine companions trust us so much that unfortunately (for them) makes them prone to extreme gullibility, which can manifest itself in both hilarious and adorable ways—as we saw with the “Dogs Reacting to Magic” videos from a few years back.
Take the #WhatTheFluffChallenge, which is currently sweeping the internet.
The conceit is simple. One stands in a doorway holding a blanket (or a large towel would also work) while making sure their dog gets a good look at them holding the blanket, then lifts the blanket over their head while simultaneously jumping to the side, making it appear to the poor confused pooch that its person has vanished into thin air. Voilà!
Let’s see how it went, shall we?
— Tate (@xoxotatertot) June 21, 2018
— Liv (@oliviadoerr) June 21, 2018
— Tiffany™ loves to sleep (@MissTiffanyL) June 22, 2018
— 98 PXY (@98PXYRochester) June 21, 2018
Ziggy is definitely not having this shit:
— Victoria Alicia (@kikitraveler30) June 22, 2018
This poor Aussie doesn’t know what the what:
— REBECCA AIKIO (@rebeccaaikio) June 19, 2018
And naturally, there were more than a fair share of #fails:
— Katy Byrd (@katyebyrd) June 20, 2018
— Meagan Aguayo (@meagan_aguayo) June 22, 2018
— kiana (@rootbeerfIoat) June 21, 2018
However, it goes without saying that we recommend that you don’t try this trick with cats because as we all know, cats do not give AF.
— Bubarin PeKaOs! (@rizieqdivist) June 21, 2018
Stacey Ritzen is a reporter and editor based in West Philadelphia with over 10 years' experience covering pop culture, web culture, entertainment, and news. You can follow her on Twitter @staceyritzen.