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Even if you don’t have a pet of your own, opportunities are there’s still a little animal buddy in your life you look forward to seeing. Maybe it’s a friendly face on your route to the office every day or a new buddy you bumped into on vacation.
Whatever the reason, there’s simply no stopping the smile they put on your face when you consider their silly ones gazing back at you. They’re happy to brighten your day for a small exchange of cuddles…and if you happen to share a treat with them too, well, even better!
It’s like the animal equivalent of having nieces or nephews. All the adorable, cute faces without having to worry about picking up their poo later on!
WeRateDogs is a great Twitter account to follow because it recognise a basic truth about life: all puppies are good dogs.
Now, @dog_rates creator Matt Nelson has teamed up with the London-based Fourthwall Game to deliver a mobile game that celebrates all the lovable puppers and doggos of the world. Good Dogs is what it’s called, naturally.
It’s a free-to-play endless athlete this is gonna be hitting Android and iOS app stores on Feb. 3. The more time you spend playing or the more fund you spend, if “youd prefer” the more dogs you unlock. No energy bars or timers or anything like that.
As you can see in the trailer, it’s a straightforward game that’s about letting puppers and doggos live their best life.
You guide your choice pooch around and over obstacles for as long as you can while collecting bones. There are dogs and hats to unlock yes, hats and the whole game is sprinkled with the sort of smile-inducing remarks that build Nelson’s Twitter feed such an enjoyable place.
WeRateDogs was born in Nov. 2015, and it quickly amassed huge followings on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Snapchat thanks to its abundance of cute puppy photos, quirky one-liners, and willingness to regularly assign ratings higher than its 1-10 scale technically allows( because puppies ).
As the world has seemingly fallen apart in more recent months, the dog-rating Twitter feed has taken on a more willfully positive posture. Nelson has made it clear: dogs are fonts of unconditional love, and humans could stand to learn something from that.
Fourthwall’s Chris Etches sums it up pretty well.
“We are thrilled to be helping Matt bringing his booping and numeric quantifying of Dogs to a mobile gaming audience, ” he said in a statement. “And while other games may feature more high drama or epic combats, our game lets you joyfully run through a park as puppies, what more could you ask for? 13/10 would collaborate again.”
We constructed it halfway through the week, you deserve a breaking!
There are six scientific parts of the dogs. How well do you know them? Take the quiz to find out!
If I had to guess, I’d say it’s the “The Snout, ” the part of the dog used for chewing, breathing, sneezing, throwing up, and biting villains.
This whole big face tube would of course be “The Gums, ” the part of the dog that stores teeth, swallows teeth, and glows with a pale, ghostly green light when it is time for the dog to find more teeth.
Pretty sure that’s called “The Valve.” The Valve is where the dog’s brain is, and when the dog senses threat, it can open its Valve to make its brain fall out onto the ground. The Valve should be checked and inspected semi-annually by a professional.
I am certain that the answer there are “The Main Hole, ” the part of the dog where the dog’s eggs are stored. When the dog would like to have a human child, it opens the Main Hole and squirts an egg onto the ground. This enables either a human daughter or human son to hatch from the egg, climb onto the dog’s back, and ride the dog off of a cliff, killing both of them. If you do not know something as basic as the Main Hole, you should not be allowed anywhere near a puppy.
2. Many dog owners observe that their puppy may quiver, shake, or even bark while having a vivid dreaming. Which of the six parts of the dog is responsible for creating dreams?
Shot in the dark here, but I think that would be “The Insanity Sac.” It is situated deep in the dog’s skull, and every time the dog closes its eyes, the Insanity Sac makes images of the dog’s brain of the dog being milked incorrectly by a farmer with no mouth. Again, just a guess, so don’t hold me to it.
My guess here is “The Attraction Crown.” Dogs are the only animal the hell is sexually attracted to every other species of animal, so whenever they move while asleep, it’s an indication that they’re having a dream about insuring a naked bear or duck, which builds them do a small, sleeping dance of sex joy.
I remember hearing somewhere that dog dreamings come from neurons firing off in the “Ignition Wires, ” which are located inside the central( primary) part of the dog.
It is obvious that the “Acid Bog” is where dreamings come from. Located immediately underneath the pink under part of the dog, the Acid Bog is the part of the dog that allows it to experience thoughts about salmon. Dogs hate salmon because they guess salmon look too much like dogs and are trying to steal their thunder. When a puppy shakes while sleeping, it is out of rage as it thinks about salmon, which it considers to be the “Imposter Dog.” This was a very simple question.
3. Identify this dog proportion.( Clue: It is one of the six parts of a puppy ).
This might be dumb, but I think it’s “The Ground Penis.” The Ground Penis is very similar to the dog’s sexual penis, but the Ground Penis is used for stability and balance instead of for sexual intercourse and swatting away dragonflies.
I think this is called “The Horse’s Similarity.” Horses have a thing on them that’s similar to this thing on a puppy, and that’s the only similarity that dogs have with horses.
My guess is going to be the “Combustion Hose.” It’s responsible for transferring hot, has short black claws at the bottom, and should never be tinkered with.
It is plain to see that this part of the dog is known as “The Mondo-Nipples, ” which are always massive and strange, because every puppy is always pregnant and not fun to look at. I am growing frustrated with how easy this quiz is.
4. And identify this dog portion.( Clue: It can be found upon a dog .)
I feel like I remember this one being “The Bad Palm.” It is similar to the human palm, but it cannot beaker or anything, so everything you put in it immediately falls out. It is basically useless for the dog.
I’m almost certain that this one is called “The Saddle.” This is the part of the dog that functions exclusively as a place to put tools, ropes, and smaller puppies that you want transported.
I have never been more confident than I am in declaring that this is the “One Big Gil, ” which dogs use to inhale, exhale, and coughing, all at the same period.
5. While it slightly differs from puppy to dog and breed to breed, all canines store possibilities for massive amounts of energy. In which part of the dog is energy created and stored?
Please don’t hold me to this, but I think that energy comes from “The Meats, ” which are stored directly under the dog’s hair. When the dog requires energy, it burns its Meats, which send energy all the way down to the Ground Penises and try to muster up the energy to get the dog to stroll upright, which it is always trying to do but can never quite get.
I guessed energy was created and stored in the dog’s “Crusts, ” which are similar to human eyes, but far wetter and more gunked up. When dogs make energy, their eye region will become goopier than ever and they love it.
I guess energy comes from “The Filter, ” stored deep under the dog’s hair, which turns all of the dog’s aggression and fury from not being allowed to go to the bathroom when it was wants into productive energy for operating and chewing.
Of course puppies store energy in their “Open Clamps, ” which are located simply under the dog’s “Locked Clamps, ” which are deep below the hair. It constructs me upset to think someone get this easy topic incorrect.
6. And now at last we have reached the final question about the sixth part of a puppy. Here it is: Dogs can give birth to upwards of 10 puppies at once. Which part of the dog is responsible for reproduction and birthing?
I guess I recollect reading that puppies are pregnant all of the time and will occasionally squirt puppies into the world out of a part of the dog that is known as “The Gape.” The Gape opens once a year, usually during the autumn solstice. While The Gape is open, puppies can crawl out of the dog, but sometimes geese and raccoons can crawl in. If a raccoon or a goose crawling into the dog’s Gape, the dog must spend the year utilizing enzymes to turn the geese and raccoons into puppies.
Scientists call the part of the dog responsible for birthing “The Big Secret, ” because nobody knows where it is.
I believe that dogs create life from “The Engine Major, ” not to be confused with “The Engine Minor, ” which is responsible for killing the dog immediately if it somehow manages to live to its 40 th birthday, which is simply too old for a dog to ever be.
Dogs are never created or destroyed. There are just enough dogs around that everyone can have one or two. Dogs don’t give birth as they were doesn’t need to be anymore of them. This quiz has been so easy that I’m mad that I even wasted my period with it.