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sm980:

baby:hahahahahahahaa

dog: MURDER

Posted 5 days ago

wowsodoge:

wow so late

many forgive

Posted 5 days ago
youronlydoge:

pls reblog for wOws

youronlydoge:

pls reblog for wOws

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wowsodoge:

such taste
many selection
so love

wowsodoge:

such taste

many selection

so love

Posted 5 days ago

omelettethecorgi:

Omelette the corge met a shibe at the doge park and tried to show off his doge skills.

Posted 5 days ago

themajestichusky:

When pun husky and doge get together…

Posted 5 days ago

anthrocity:

A Linguist Explains the Grammar of Doge. Wow.

Funny and suprisingly informative article exploring how linguists approach language and shifts in dialect using doge as an example from the field: 

Doge speak is clearly composed of subunits which are divided by a period in running text, which I’m going to calldoge phrases. The period is optional in images, but in that case the phrases are scattered artistically around the picture. Here are some examples of doge phrases:

  • such drift
  • much dignity
  • very leeder
  • many robe
  • much infinity
  • so gif
  • very guitar
  • such fall
  • so trick
  • much feels
  • very sad
  • many happy
  • such pbs
  • very art

There are also a smaller number of single-word doge phrases, chiefly:

  • wow
  • amaze
  • excite

A minimal doge utterance contains at least two but often three 2-word doge phrases, followed by a single-word doge phrase (most commonly wow). Additional phrases and variants can be added, especially for the sake of cultural references, such as can’t believe it’s not doge or dogeway to heaven but they are not what makes an utterance recognizably doge.

Wow. Such anthropology. Much learn. 

Am I doing this right? We’ll have to wait for the official ethnography to truly know.  

Posted 5 days ago