10 Reasons Why Dogs Are The Best Things Ever

10 Reasons Why Dogs Are The Best Things Ever

Dogs make everything better.
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Dogs are the best things on Earth. You cannot argue with me. If you try to, I will tell you these hard cold facts.

1. They give you the best kisses.

Who doesn't like a good slobber?


2. They are the best cuddle partners.

When everyone turns you away, you know you can turn to your pal and have the best snuggle session.


3. Dogs will always be the most excited to see you.

Coming home from a long day, I always brighten up with I see my puppy greet me at the door. No matter how sad, annoyed, or tired I am, I will always laugh seeing my dog hop up and down trying to kiss me.


4. They are so smart.

When you teach your dog to sit, bark, or to stay, it can be a frustrating, yet a fun process. However, the moment when your dog listens to your command, you know you have the smartest dog, ever.


5. When you are lazy, they will clean up after you.

When you drop that piece of chicken, you know you can always count on your best bud to help you out.


6. They are your best workout partners.

Dogs are always ready for a good workout. So why not take the best companion for a walk?


7. They will protect you.

Dogs will be your best body guards. When someone they don't know or like approaches you, they will make sure you are safe.


8. They will always be a shoulder to cry on.

No matter what, you can always turn to your dog and find a shoulder to cry on.


9. They show you to enjoy the little things in life.

Whether it be sniffing flower on a walk or sticking their head out the car to huff and puff at the wind, dogs always appreciate the little things in life.


10. They will love you endlessly.

Your dog will forever be your best friend. You can turn to them for a good cry, laugh, or snuggle. There isn't a single thing a dog wouldn't do for you. They loves you the most (even more than people) and they are the greatest things on the Earth, period.

So turn around and give your dog a big hug. It will brighten up your day.

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Why It Is Scientifically Proven That Golden Doodles Are The Best Kind Of Dogs

No matter what color you have, they are awesome.
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Let me first say that golden-doodles are golden retrievers and a poodle mix. It's a big difference from other doodles. This is a new, popular kind of dog, that is known worldwide. It has been proven (not really but let's say it is) that they are the best dogs ever, in every color. Here are some reasons why:

1. They are great with kids!

2. Especially sick kids or kids with disabilities!

3. They enjoy the party life!

4. They love every kind of weather!

5. They can help you pass the hardest levels on Candy Crush.

6. They think they are humans.

Or just big babies.

7. They have the best manners!

8. They give the best hugs!

9. They make great therapy dogs! (Plus they are hypoallergenic)

10. They make everything a treasure!

11. They make the best snuggle buddies.

12. They make you laugh on your worse days.


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13. They are superstars!!

14. They make great study buddies! (Very important for college students or middle/high school students)

15. But most importantly, they are the cutest.

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5 Best Quotes By Ralph Ellison

When I discover who I am, I'll be free.

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Trained as a Jazz Musician at the Tuskegee Institute in Alabama at the height of the Jim Crow Era in the South, Ellison's musical aspirations soon transformed into a sensibility more literary in nature when he became exposed to T.S. Eliot's renowned poem "The Wasteland". Publishing his first novel in 1952 titled "Invisible Man" which won The National Book Awards and placed 19th on the Modern Library out of the 100 best English-language novels of the 20th century, much like his poetic inspiration, Ellison has become a figure of timeless renown in his own right. Along with Toni Morrison, and James Baldwin, he was one of few writers to emerge in his timeframe who explored the perseverance of racism in America, and how it, to this day, hinders African-Americans from achieving a veritable sense of identity in the United States.

1. "I am invisible, understand, simply because people refuse to see me."

Much of who we are, and what we are is predicated on how people see us. If nothing is how they see us, then there's no what, and there's no who, because to them, we are nothing. Not even human, the only thing worthy of human consideration.

2. "Life is to be lived, not controlled, and humanity is won by continuing to play in face of certain defeat."

In life as we live through it, we will come to know much sadness, loss, and defeat. However, of all that withers and crumbles into dust, what is never forgotten is the honour, love, and courage we are capable of exhibiting in an effort to seize that one slim moment of triumph. A triumph that washes away the despair of defeat, loss, and sadness, and ignites anew, a courage, love, and honour that have been our meaning and glory, and of meanings and glories past.

3. "I was never more hated when I tried to be honest. Or when, even as just now I've tried to articulate exactly what I felt about truth. No one was satisfied."

No matter how you how live, even, or perhaps especially if its honest, you will never be able to impress everybody.

4. "When I discover who I am, I'll be free."

True liberation is not achieved by the size of our bank account, the car we own, and how we are regarded by our peers. It comes from knowing who we are. That's it. Always has been, always will be.

5. "I am not ashamed of my grandparents for having been slaves. I am only ashamed of myself for once having been ashamed.

Part of who we are is derived from where we come from, and from where we all come and then go home to, is family. Love it, or hate it, we don't get to chose our family, but we get to chose how it influences what we do, and what we become.

Though we are nowhere as close to discovering who we are as people as those that lived in Ralph Ellison's time, his words remain. To usher us along, even as we seek to usher in a new honor, love, and courage in colors yet unseen, but still very much remain an act of courage, honor, and love seen many times even as we are seen in them.

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