Man re-enacts romantic movie scenes with his boss’s dog [18 pictures]

January 2, 2014 | By Abraham | 8 comments

Redditor Mmsspp’s boss brings her dog into work every day. A few weeks ago, he started putting the dog to work as a co-star in some movie re-enactments. For a few minutes during lunch hour each day, the man and dog pose in the style of a different classic cinematic scene…

Spider-Man

Re-enacting movie scenes with a dog - 01

The Graduate

Re-enacting movie scenes with a dog - 05

Ghost

Re-enacting movie scenes with a dog - 04

Titanic

Re-enacting movie scenes with a dog - 12

Top Gun

Re-enacting movie scenes with a dog - 07

Sixteen Candles

Re-enacting movie scenes with a dog - 08

Brokeback Mountain

Re-enacting movie scenes with a dog - 09

Dirty Dancing

Re-enacting movie scenes with a dog - 11

The Notebook

Re-enacting movie scenes with a dog - 06

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8 Comments

    1. Kay A. Ess says:

      Rule: To show singular possession for a word ending in an s or s sound, use the apostrophe and another s.
      Examples: the class’s opinion (one class), a bass’s stripes, Marx’s theories, Dickens’s novels…or boss’s dog

      Rule: To show plural possession of a word ending in an s or s sound, form the plural first; then immediately use the apostrophe.
      Examples: the classes’ opinions, the basses’ stripes, the Williamses’ car, the Soos’ house, the Marxes’ children…or bosses’ dog

    1. Taylor Kuyk-White says:

      Because in each of these scenes(in coordinance with most portrayals of women in the media), the woman is playing a passive role – easier for the dog to re-enact.

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