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Desc: pugnacious pooch can make it if she tries. Too dog for 73q
Category:Arts, Pets & Animals
Tags:dog, Space, chemical brothers, formula 1, Dogegory
Submitted:Raggamuffin
Date:03/13/19
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Scrimmjob - 2019-03-13
ACID DOGGO!
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2019-03-13
I dont really think The Chemical Brothers are that great tbh... But I am fond of them, I reckon Exit planet dust was one of the 1st cds I ever bought new.

I think the actual 1st cd I ever bought was Monster by REM, but that was 2nd hand.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2019-03-13
I dont really remeber which new cd I bought 1st.. It could have been 'Pablo Honey'

casualcollapse - 2019-03-13
Mine was fat of the land by The Prodidy..fitting since the guy just died. Also the up and downs in this video are sublime.

Adjuvant - 2019-03-13
AC/DC - The Razor's Edge was the first CD I bought.

Scrimmjob - 2019-03-14
Growing up I really hated The Chemical Bros, also The Crystal Method. They were just played the fuck out, every day, by a lot of people I knew. The Prodigy and Daft punk were much the same, but I couldn't deny how good that shit was.

Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2019-03-14
I somehow avoided 'the crystal method' altogether.. Guess they werent popular in Waterford.

tethercat - 2019-03-14
I think the first CD I ever bought was Faith No More's "Introduce Yourself", and that was only because I'd fallen in love with the demo tape.

Mind you, the first album I'd purchased was Run DMC's "Run Like Hell", so there's that.

Anyway. This vid and this song takes me back to 2001, especially the final five seconds. Better than if Pink Floyd did it.

Two Jar Slave - 2019-03-14
First CD was "Who's Afraid of...?" by 666.

(My taste never really improved.)

fedex - 2019-03-13
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poopy - 2019-03-14
needs more dog and less dumb girl reaction shots but race car dogs are 5 stars
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