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Find Out the Origin of the Worst Lost Dog Poster Ever

We’re not exactly sure what the owner of this lost dog was thinking when they created this poster. Do they actually want their missing pooch to be found? Or is this just a silly prank?

A Redditor posted a picture of the poster, which is pasted over a handicapped parking sign (smart!). It reads:

Lost Doge

  • much trubble
  • so scare
  • wow
plz call 161-DOGE
MUCH REWARD

Thankfully, this looks to be a gag. One Imgur commenter pointed out that the dog photo included in the poster originates from a ‘Doge’ meme and part of Internal Monologue Captioning, which accounts for the misspellings and poor grammar.

[via Reddit]

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