Friday Face-Off: A Dog Gets Its Own Ice Vs. A 1970s Dog Disco

By: 12.09.11  •  9 Comments

Welcome to this week’s installment of the Friday Face-Off, in which we take two random videos and pit them against each other in a battle to become the greatest video on the Internet. While they’re not always going to be videos about animals, they will most likely be videos about animals. Email your submissions to BurnsyWL@gmail.com for t-shirt consideration.

You’ll have to forgive the banner image, because it has nothing to do with this week’s Friday Face-Off. I just found it the other day and have been wanting to use it, so I figured why not now? Anywho, today’s Friday Face-Off once again finds us marveling over the brilliance of animals. Honestly, I can’t ever get tired of videos of dogs doing human stuff. In fact, if someone made a video of Kate Upton as the Coppertone girl, holy sh*t.

First up, we have a dog that can get its own ice cubes. It’s pretty simple, but it’s super awesome.

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And next up, we’re taking a time machine back to the glorious 1970s for a little thing called Dog Disco…

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Tim Conway and dogs dancing to a disco song? It’s almost unfair. But I still love the simplicity and ambition of a dog getting its own ice. Vote with your hearts.

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