I love the dog lamp in every movie and book I’ve ever read.
And when I’m watching a film with an actual dog, I always get chills just thinking about how that one little lovable animal would react to all the stuff going on in the movie.
But that’s not the only way to lampshading.
You can also lampshad your character.
Here are five different ways to lampoon your character, depending on what’s going on.1.
The dog is a jerk.
It’s funny when you see someone do something like, “I’m just gonna walk up to the house, get my coat, and walk away, and there’s a dog on the porch and I’m gonna pet it.”
That’s an actual jerk, and it’s a perfectly valid and perfectly justified way to describe the behavior of the dog in the film.2.
She’s a jerk for being a dog.
This is the one that I love most.
And there are many different ways that you can lampshare this trope.
You can lampoon the jerk with the obvious joke that the dog is simply going to run into you, or you can light a candle on her and say, “Oh, she’s not a dog, she just wants to be petted!”3.
They are so adorable.
There are plenty of movies where the dogs are just adorable and cute.
They just want to be loved, and that’s a good thing, so that’s one way to light a lampshader.4.
Their dog is adorable.
Here’s another lampshark.
They look like adorable puppies and the movie makes it very clear that this is not the case.5.
They are such a nice dog.
It’s like you’re seeing the future.
In most movies, the dog’s presence is just a matter of timing and timing alone.
But in Dogs, you’re really just seeing a dog in a future where dogs are cute and kind and are everywhere.
All the little things that make dogs cute are there, and they’re just a great way to give a little hint to the future of dogs.
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