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What did we ever do that made us worthy of dogs?

The ultimate companions, dogs can be trained incredibly well. Sometimes, they even pick up our habits.


Twitter user Casey Dickinson shared a video of her dog, Cooper. Cooper seems to have watched too many basketball games with his family, as every time they score a basket, he lets out a cheer.

Conversely, if you miss, he seems less than thrilled.


I'd love to see this pup at a March Madness game.

As Casey's dad throws the toy, Cooper follows it, watching to see where it lands. Landing in the basket earns him, as Casey puts it, a huge howl, whereas missing the shot gets a "disappointed groan".

The video went viral with millions of views.

People have been replying to the video with their thoughts of the very good boy.





Don't worry about Cooper though. He's not letting the fame go to his head.



He is the best dog on Twitter. Just like every dog on Twitter.






Not sure if you noticed, but people sure seem to like sharing photos and videos of their dogs online.

Sometimes we like to challenge them to shove their snoot in a hole, leading to some unexpected results. Other times, a dog can fart, earning a slap from his feline partner.

Whatever the case, we still love these dogs.





Though maybe we should be a little nicer to them. They don't have to experience April Fool's.



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Here are a few examples of turning points in learning about history, straight from the keyboards of the people at AskReddit.

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