Looks, as they say, can be quite deceiving. As we can learn from the story below, that famous adage applies not only to humans but to animals as well.
One bulldog named Rudy recently proved that despite stereotypes associated with the breed, he can actually be pretty fast. In fact, crowd members watching the Westminster Kennel Club Masters Agility competition witnessed his incredible speed with their own eyes – and now the internet can’t get enough of this amazing canine!
With its reputation as one of the biggest agility shows, the competition shows dogs running and crawling through several obstacles. In most cases, dog breeds that successfully conquer such a contest include Border Collies, Australian Shepherds, Poodles, and small Terriers.
So you can just imagine everyone’s surprise when Rudy, a chunky English Bulldog, suddenly zoomed pass the course, displaying his admirable swiftness.
Watch the video here and see for yourself:
As anyone can expect, Rudy’s video has since gone viral online and now he’s officially become a social media darlin. He has also been featured in several news websites and netizens everywhere are just impressed with his skills.
One woman shared about her pet bulldog:
“The only time Wally moves like this is when he has something in his mouth he’s not supposed to have.”
Another fan commented:
“Rudy the bulldog is my Monday motivation.”
Someone also said:
“A bulldog doing agility is a marvelous sight.”
The canine clocked in a final time of 46.63 seconds (51.63 with faults) at the annual agility contest, which is slower compared with the winner Verb the Border Collie who finished off at 32.05 seconds.
Rudy may not have won the competition but he definitely won everyone’s hearts. He’s now the internet’s favorite underdog.
Like everyone, we sure hope to see more of Rudy soon. Best of luck to you in your future contests, buddy!
10 Tips In Taking Romantic Photos With Your Imaginary Girlfriend
#6 is pure dedication!
Are you tired and feeling annoyed being asked frequently about your love life? The curiosity would be even more irritating if you have nothing to share with them.
Being single can suck, and valentines don’t make it better. But Rain Yokohama found a way to dupe your friends into thinking that you have an active love life. Here are ten of his photography tips in taking romantic photos with your imaginary girlfriend.
1. Can’t take my eyes off you.
Taiwanese Composer Falls In Love With Friend’s Underage Daughter
“We owe no one an explanation why we are together.”
Taiwanese lyricist Li Kuncheng shocked a lot of people back with his romance with his friend’s then 17-year-old daughter Lin Jing En. As if that’s not enough shock factor, the two announced that they have started making preparations for their wedding despite their 40-year age gap.
Not surprisingly, the couple attracted public scrutiny when the news of their romance leaked out two months after they started dating. After finally making their relationship public, people are still having a hard time accepting it. In fact, since the announcement of their engagement, Li Jing En’s social media accounts have been flooded with rumors of their secret marriage, pregnancy, and more.
Fox News Host Brags He Hasn’t Washed Hands in 10 Years Because “Germs Are Not Real”
“I can’t see them, therefore they’re not real.”
It's probably the most basic practice of observing personal hygiene and it's disturbing how many are often neglecting it. We're talking about handwashing which can, when done regularly, help prevent different diseases. Indeed, experts tell us that the simple act of washing our hands can help save lives.
So when a host from a major news channel recently declared he has not washed his hands for about a decade now, most people couldn't help but be disgusted. Instead of delivering the headlines, FOX News' Pete Hegseth became one when he boldly admitted that he doesn't believe in handwashing and, to make matters worse, tha he thinks germs are not real.