Dogs pictured in promotional photographs for PetSmart wear Marvel and DC comics t-shirts backwards.
Source: Bleeding Cool
Hi there! Stoneman here. I don't usually like to inject any kind of opinion or personality into my articles, because comics are serious business, but when I saw this story, I just couldn't help myself!
PetSmart is having a sale on Marvel and DC pet merchandise, and to promote it, they posted a bunch of pictures of dogs wearing superhero t-shirts. But these dogs are so stupid, they put the t-shirts on backwards! That's right! After all those years of walking around basically naked, dogs are finally given the opportunity to wear clothes and have some dignity, and they can't even do it right! LOL! The logo faces the front, idiots!
Haha, dogs are such dummies!
If you're the type of person who likes to dress your pet up in silly outfits, and shame on you if you are, head on over to PetSmart and check out the comic book stuff they've got for sale.
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