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Poor, sad pug. Poor, sad pug in funny knit birthday cake hat. Poor, sad pug in a floppy Yoda hat. Poor, sad pug with a viking helmet. Poor, sad pug with a wedge of knitted cheese as a hat.
Poor, sad pug wearing crocheted creations that rival an Agatha Ruiz de la Prada couture presentation. Poor, sad pug whose pained expression harkens to the ridiculousness of our inclination of piling things on our (and by extension, our pets') heads. Poor, sad pug making our Saturday afternoon a little sillier with its sad pug face and a fruit bowl helmet. Thank goodness for the internet. (Incredible Things)
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