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Dog Makes Omelette for Tired Owner, Touches Chinese Netizens

Dog makes omelette for tired/depressed owner in animated short film by Madeine Sharafian.

Dog makes omelette for tired/depressed owner in animated short film by Madeine Sharafian.

From Sina Weibo:

@微博搞笑排行榜: This must be the most loving GIF I’ve ever seen. It’s very long, but it’s worth watching!

Animated gif of a dog making omelette for tired/depressed owner in animated short film by Madeine Sharafian.

Note: This animated gif is from a video made in 2013 April…

A copy on YouTube:

Comments from Sina Weibo:

低调_012:

Was there anyone like me who watched through half of it only to have their screen go dark and then tapped the screen…and it started over from the beginning!!!!!!

九娘的娘九娘:

It’s a lie. I just put my dog and the eggs I just bought together, and now… Hehe, original poster, come out and explain yourself. [拜拜]

ANNA苏糖_:

Doggies always give what they consider to be the best things to those they love. You are free to not like it [the thing given], but you mustn’t fail to understand [why it was given].

汪汪汪同学–:

If there really were dogs like this, then we wouldn’t need to find wives.

黑白颠倒的猫小姐:

He gives you the best he has, and maybe it’s not what you want, but it is what he most treasures!

我是Dreamhigh22:

This is an American animated short, called “Omelette“. It has even won awards. Everyone should check it out.

讲聊罢了:

After watching for awhile, my mobile phone [screen] went dark. When I tapped it, it suddenly disappeared… and I no longer had the courage to watch it again, but am hoping for someone to tell me the ending. [悲伤]

闫滚滚donut:

I finally understand why some guys say it’s sometimes better to get a dog than to get a girlfriend. [拜拜]

張小凡__:

This is [a dog]? It’s frankly a human!

我在观音桥:

This is the longest gif I’ve ever seen.

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