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The dog is a furry, domesticated, omnivorous mammal widely regarded as the first animal to have been domesticated by humans to assist in field labor, such as herding livestock and hunting, as well as to serve as a companion.
Nobody Knows You’re a Dog
On July 5th, 1993, The New Yorker published a cartoon by artist Peter Steiner, which featured an illustration of a dog seated at a computer telling his canine companion that “on the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” (shown below). Years later on December 14th, 2000, The New York Times published an interview with Steiner in an article titled “Cartoon Captures Spirit of the Internet,” noting that the cartoon did not receive much attention initially, but steadily grew in popularity over many years.
Birthday Dog is the nickname given to Riley, a bichon frise/poodle mix dog, after a photo of him sitting in a human-like pose at a kitchen table on his birthday was shared on Reddit in February 2010. The dog is known for his unique facial expression that makes him appear to be under the influence.
Advice Dog is a popular image macro series that that features a picture of the head of a smiling puppy on a multicolored color wheel background split into 6 colors. Usual derivatives are often accompanied by two lines of text written in a guidance / advising format with the advice given usually being very poor, unethical or deplorable.
Since its debut, the series has spawned dozens of spin-offs referred to as Advice Animals of an animal’s head on a color wheel background or merely just an animal (including humans) with their own archetype personalities using the same two line image macro formula.
Yes, This is Dog
Yes, This is Dog is an image macro series featuring a black Labrador anthropomorphized with the caption as if it is answering the telephone. The phrase and image have been remixed into a variety of different photographs often including other animals in anthropomorphic situations.
Sam the World’s Ugliest Dog
Sam was a blind purebred hairless Chinese Crested owned by Susie Lockheed of Santa Barbara, CA. won the title of World’s Ugliest Dog from 2003-2005. Due to heart complications, Sam was euthanized on November 18, 2005, just shy of his 15th birthday. Shortly after, images of the dog went viral, popping up on Myspaces and forums worldwide.
Broccoli Dog is the nickname given to an image of a dog sitting at a table with a plateful of broccoli, in which he takes an understandable disinterest.
I Have No Idea What I’m Doing
I Have No Idea What I’m Doing is a catchphrase often used in image macro captions featuring photos of animals, typically canines, posed as if they are performing tasks associated with humans.
Riot Dog is a nickname given to both Kanellos (“Cinnamon” in Greek) and Loukaniko (“Sausage” in Greek), two stray dogs from Athens that became famous for their nearly ubiquitous presence during every major protest in Greece since 2008.
WHARRGARBL / Sprinkler Dog
WHARRGARBL is a caption/image macro that originated in 2008, picturing a dog trying to drink out of a sprinkler.
Insanity Puppy is an advice animal image macro series of a siberian husky puppy with markings reminiscent of a cartoon villain. He is depicted as a younger version of Insanity Wolf, similar to Baby Courage Pup. The text often consists of a over the top or psychotic reaction to something.
Lawyer Dog is an advice animal style image macro series featuring a corgi dressed up in office attire, sitting at a desk with his paw on a book. The captions typically juxtapose legalese with canine-related puns.
Depression Dog is an advice animal style image macro featuring a cut out photo of a taxidermic dog on color wheel background with shades of gray. The captions typically present bleak situations with a downtrodden outlook, similar to Forever Alone image macros.
Bussiness Dog is an image macro series that that features a picture of a dog with suit. The captions usually includes something an office boss would do or request, but with a canine twist.
Cool Dog is a nickname given to a leashed Shiba Inu dog with an elbow bent over what looks like a doghouse roof. Because of its awesomely cool-headed posture, the image gained traction on imageboard sites like 4chan and later evolved into an Advice Dog spinoff which is currently ranked #26 on MemeGenerator’s Top Tier. He has also been seen photoshopped into various “cool” places.
Good Dog Greg
Good Dog Greg is an advice animal image macro series that features a photo of a dog looking up toward the camera accompanied by captions portraying the dog as a selfless benefactor, similar to its precursor Good Guy Greg.
Dog Fort is a comics series, that are generally multipanes that include a recon team of dog lobsters, led by team leader Red Lobster, checking in with a communications officer named Dog Fort for further instructions
Cupcake Dog is the nickname given to “Staines”, an Australian Shepard dog who made his TV debut on Animal Planet’s dog training show “It’s Me or the Dog.” In early 2009, the dog gained internet fame for its hypnotic staring at a plate full of cupcakes after the footage was uploaded onto YouTube.
Techno Dog is the name of a video, featuring a dog dancing with techno music.
Human Dog is a series of YouTube videos, which show various pet dogs dressed in people’s clothes and doing things like eating a snack or reading the newspaper, with a bit of help from the puppeteer’s hands.
Benton is a dog starring in a viral video where he chases a pack of deer while his owner screams his name repeatedly while attempting to catch him.
Stoner Dog is an image macro series featuring a picture of a dog that looks as if he is smiling. The background is typically adorned with marijuana leafs, and has smoke surrounding the dog’s face. The overlaid text generally makes some type of statement that could be associated with someone under the influence of marijuana.
Doge is a slang term for “dog” that is primarily associated with pictures of Shiba Inus (nicknamed “Shibe”) and internal monologue captions. The photos may be photoshopped to change the dog’s face or captioned with interior monologues in Comic Sans font.