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4130 clicks; posted to Video » on 29 Jul 2013 at 1:03 PM (3 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2013-07-29 01:09:54 PM  
That was close to three minutes to long.
 
2013-07-29 01:36:19 PM  
That's freaky -- he reacts at the right times, not just when there's a dog on screen.
 
2013-07-29 01:41:17 PM  
was i supposed to watch the one running around or the well behaved one in the corner?
 
2013-07-29 01:42:33 PM  

slothbuddy: That's freaky -- he reacts at the right times, not just when there's a dog on screen.


THAT.
 
2013-07-29 02:15:45 PM  
Skip to 1:30 for the climax
 
2013-07-29 02:20:06 PM  
Pug reacts to end of "Homeward Bound" increased volume and flashing screen.
 
2013-07-29 02:29:37 PM  
My Shih Tzu Pongo just attacks the TV screen when ever a dog or any other quadraped shows up. It's his way....
 
2013-07-29 03:16:55 PM  
I was seriously disturbed by the catatonic pug sitting in the corner.

/eventually clued in.
 
2013-07-29 03:40:07 PM  

AlanSmithee: I was seriously disturbed by the catatonic pug sitting in the corner.

/eventually clued in.


It took me longer than I care to admit to realize that wasn't the dog we were supposed to be watching.
 
2013-07-29 04:40:46 PM  
Aww, screw the cynicism, I liked that movie.
 
2013-07-29 04:47:09 PM  

Lor M. Ipsum: Skip to 1:30 for the climax


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2013-07-29 04:54:59 PM  

slothbuddy: That's freaky -- he reacts at the right times, not just when there's a dog on screen.


successful film making is all about the manipulation of emotional response. pets become attuned to those responses and the things that trigger them.
 
2013-07-29 08:46:59 PM  
That pug in the corner is a ghost.  A 9 year old pug committed suicide with a shotgun in that very house.  The pug was not visible when the movie was recorded but only showed up afterwords.  You can find out more about this by searching for the movie three men and a puggy
 
2013-07-29 08:47:56 PM  

stonelotus: slothbuddy: That's freaky -- he reacts at the right times, not just when there's a dog on screen.

successful film making is all about the manipulation of emotional response. pets become attuned to those responses and the things that trigger them.


Came for the science of this, leaving satisfied
 
2013-07-29 11:16:40 PM  

PacificaFitz: stonelotus: slothbuddy: That's freaky -- he reacts at the right times, not just when there's a dog on screen.

successful film making is all about the manipulation of emotional response. pets become attuned to those responses and the things that trigger them.

Came for the science of this, leaving satisfied


Yeah my wife pointed out that dogs know what a happy/sad person/dog looks like.  Still though, most animals, even most dogs, don't look at the screen like there's anything happening on it they recognize or care about.
 
2013-07-29 11:51:24 PM  

Noah_Tall: That pug in the corner is a ghost.  A 9 year old pug committed suicide with a shotgun in that very house.  The pug was not visible when the movie was recorded but only showed up afterwords.  You can find out more about this by searching for the movie three men and a puggy


Pug spelled backward and wrong is god.
 
2013-07-30 02:00:31 AM  

Noah_Tall: That pug in the corner is a ghost.  A 9 year old pug committed suicide with a shotgun in that very house.  The pug was not visible when the movie was recorded but only showed up afterwords.  You can find out more about this by searching for the movie three men and a puggy


There are some that say that's just an urban legend, and while it appears to be the ghost of a 9 year old pug, it is in fact just a cardboard cut out of Ted Danson in a tuxedo.
 
2013-07-30 02:23:40 AM  
A good friend had a bit of 'Calvin's Dad' in him - he occasionally told... elaborations when his young son asked him questions growing up.

His son once asked him why their pug's face was the way it was and he told him that they were Amazonian Tree Pugs; their faces evolved because of the frequency with which they fall out of the trees.

/I can't see a pug w/o a visual and audio picture flashing through my mind of dozens of pugs plummeting to the rain forest floor.
 
2013-07-30 05:54:02 AM  
Tired_of_the_BS:

A stupid thing I believed when I was younger was that pugs were normal dogs who ran too fast into walls.  I still can't keep a straight face whenever I see one, they're the height of slapstick comedy in the dog world.
 
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