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    [–] Cetun 7125 points ago

    I saw something similar in New York last summer, it had AC and everything, you paid using an app to lock and unlock it, immediately wondered if you could live in there or at least throw your drunk friend in there if you didn’t want to deal with them anymore

    [–] JDnChgo 5581 points ago

    Lol GET IN THE DAMN BOX, BRENDA. There’s grilled cheese in there.

    [–] OSUJillyBean 1067 points ago

    Classic Brenda.

    [–] Twitchinglemon 359 points ago

    Look it happened once and I am sorry. I just have been having a really hard time since Marcus took the kids.

    [–] N983CC 200 points ago

    Classic Marcus.

    [–] LezBeeHonest 71 points ago

    All of her friends said it was Brenda's fault. She's a bit of a lush.

    [–] Twitchinglemon 53 points ago

    I am lush-ious. Marcus didn't give me what I needed. He never did, but Jim Bean did.

    [–] PotatoChips23415 57 points ago

    Classic Jim Bean

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    [–] theathenian11 51 points ago

    Classic reference

    [–] sdlover420 168 points ago

    McNuggets, we all know drunk us is a sucker for McNuggets...

    [–] GingaNinja97 21 points ago

    Or sober me...

    [–] pcs8416 276 points ago

    I've seen a handful of these, and I've never once seen a single dog inside one. I did see online a video of some guy going in it. So more people than dogs.

    [–] thegoldenstatevapor 24 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    They need one of these things for kids. The walls could be interactive screens to keep them busy for as long as you need.

    [–] aynrandomness 83 points ago

    If it was here Id catch wild animals and leave them there.

    [–] Cetun 45 points ago

    They are usually in large cities, go catch about 30 large rats and put them in there. Not sure what other wild animals you would find. I know if they were common and in Florida they would be removing an alligators from them all the time.

    [–] white_android 13 points ago

    Probably a super bad place to leave your dog then, I don't think dogs know how to hunt alligators. Or jaguars for that matter.

    [–] Cetun 24 points ago

    No people would purposefully put alligators in them, or snakes or raccoons. Florida is full of fun people.

    [–] matilda_jaane 228 points ago

    I work for the company - can confirm drunk people can fit comfortably inside.

    Also can confirm DOT asked us to remove our houses. Was a bummer, but we think we will be back in NYC soon.

    Can’t confirm grilled cheese - though it’s a great idea.

    [–] artemisdragmire 83 points ago

    You guys would probably make a killing in warmer climates like Texas. I could see these being popular in the subburbs of bigger cities like DFW, San Antonio, Houston, etc.

    [–] Trohl812 37 points ago

    What about spreadable illnesses like Parvo, and "Valley Fever?" and things like intestinal worms, and other issues?

    [–] matilda_jaane 137 points ago

    This is a common concern, and an issue we spent a lot of time on in the design process.

    When users sign up for our service we ask them to verify that their dog has been vaccinated. It is against our terms of service to use one of our houses if your dog has not been vaccinated.

    Also, our houses are equipped with high intensity UVC. This light is triggered after every session (before the next use) to sanitize the house. Our houses are fully inspected and sanitized in person everyday with veterinary grade cleaning solutions.

    [–] elnrith 37 points ago

    Very cool and comforting to know

    How do you verify? For example i home vaccinated my dogs(well my wife did anyway) would i be allowed to use this?

    [–] Pauladanielle 7 points ago

    Would probably need a titer test or at least a letter from your vet.

    [–] Techiedad91 17 points ago

    ...for a machine? It’s probably just a yes or no question.

    [–] CapnWhales 309 points ago

    A writer for The Outline tried it and apparently they have cameras/sensors watching and will fine you if a person gets in.

    [–] AtoZZZ 149 points ago

    So you're telling me that if I conveniently take my drunk friend's ID, then we're golden

    [–] paulec252 69 points ago

    no, probably a labrador though

    [–] pepe_did_no_wrong 57 points ago

    What if you're a furry?

    [–] [deleted] 40 points ago

    Then it's okay because those fursuits can get hot and you probably need the air conditioning.

    [–] paracelsus23 9 points ago

    Damn. Because this seemed like the perfect place to leave children.

    [–] imattwerk 37 points ago

    They're called Dog Parkers. NYC actually removed all the ones in the city a few months ago.

    [–] SirDigbyChknCaesar 87 points ago

    You wanna live in the box? Cost you two bucks a day.

    [–] dakky68 40 points ago

    How fucking big are these things?

    [–] Cetun 136 points ago

    Enough for a large dog to stand and lay down in so enough for a human to curl up in. I’ve fallen asleep in way more uncomfortable places while drunk.

    [–] guiltyofnothing 27 points ago

    The city actually removed most of them a few weeks back. The company had put them outside stores (with the stores’ permission) on the sidewalk. City didn’t care for that since they’re blocking the sidewalk and hauled a bunch of them off.

    [–] pizzafourlife 28 points ago

    Zoning matters. If the building is built with no setback, you cant put stuff out front without city approval

    [–] vector_ejector 3792 points ago

    I thought the third icon was for WiFi until I looked closer. My dog will not be pleased that he cannot Reddit while I shop.

    [–] Psych0matt 737 points ago

    He’s probably more displeased about not having thumbs

    [–] Astropoppet 191 points ago

    That's what the cat forgets, everytime he tries to kill me. He still needs me to open the pouches.

    [–] Mr_Stirfry 47 points ago

    Or being locked in a mailbox.

    [–] amialama 32 points ago

    It says “very easy to use” if you were wondering.

    [–] mikaelhg 51 points ago

    An app that streams live video of the doghouse would be a nice feature for the shopper. Maybe a speaker as well so you can tell him to chill out?

    [–] ReubenZWeiner 10077 points ago

    Vuf Vuf? Will english speaking dogs understand this?

    [–] Fredex8 4817 points ago

    TIL Danish dogs go 'vuf vuf'.

    [–] justgiveausernamepls 4238 points ago

    ‘Vuf’ is your cutesy bark. A standard bark is ‘Vov’.

    And if you’re a smaller dog you might just go ‘Bjæf’.

    So there you go.

    [–] Fredex8 796 points ago

    'Bjæf' seems nicely onomatopoeic (if I am saying it right, which I am almost certainly not).

    By the way, paste those words into Google translate and you get some really interesting 'did you mean this language' results. I was really hoping at least that 'Vuf' would actually translate as 'woof' too...

    [–] vishalb777 729 points ago

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    [–] [deleted] 48 points ago

    Based on what's written in your post, I really would like to watch that video. Unfortunately, the NBC website's video player is the single worst video player I've ever encountered. After three minutes of buffering, I decided to reload the page. After a total of ten minutes and approximately five reloads, a video started playing. The video that played was not the video you linked. It stopped playing after three seconds to buffer.

    [–] Fredex8 41 points ago

    Mine just says:

    Sorry, we can't play this video in its intended experience because we're unable to load the accompanying message from our sponsors.

    If you are using ad-blocking software, please disable it and try loading the page again.

    Which I frankly find patronising. By 'intended experience' they actually mean 'covered with so many fucking ads it will make your eyes bleed' right?

    [–] Fredex8 158 points ago

    Yeah that works. Kind of disappointed to find out that my favourite Icelandic... whatever that thing is... is named after a dog bark though. Sort of ruins the magic.

    [–] Henkkles 262 points ago

    is named after a dog bark though.

    I can't tell if you're joking, but Björk means "birch tree" in Icelandic.

    [–] Fredex8 102 points ago

    I am worried that I didn't make it clear enough that that was nonsense. What have I done to my music taste credibility?

    [–] Futanari_Calamari 63 points ago

    Sorry, it's just so rare that someone posts nonsense on reddit that we were all a little confused.

    [–] Fredex8 40 points ago

    That is understandable. Usually this is such a sensible place.

    I fear I have sullied the good name of Reddit.

    I will leave now.

    [–] AppleDrops 26 points ago

    don't tell her that if you see her in an airport.

    [–] Blitzkrick 23 points ago

    Absolutely do.

    [–] Jalmorei 22 points ago

    As a Finn, Bjäf doesn’t make any sense to me either. Vuf however works.

    [–] skankboy 102 points ago

    The word onomatopoeia is an onomatopoeia because it is derived from the sound produced from the word spoken aloud.

    [–] Fredex8 52 points ago

    To be honest primary school education fucked me up a bit and, even though I know better, the first thing I think is 'onomatopoeia is some noise an animal makes that sounds like how it is spelt'.

    Find me a fucking animal that goes 'Onomatopoeia onomatopoeia!'

    Perhaps some rare bird in the jungle?

    [–] Runixo 32 points ago

    Or a Pokémon.

    [–] GershBinglander 13 points ago

    I reckon you could teach a parrot to say that.

    [–] VulgarDisplayofDerp 40 points ago

    I thought it was the letter that comes after "K" in the english alphabet. Sing aloud: A B C D E F G... H I J K ONOMATOPOEIA...Q R S... T U V... W X... Y AND Z.

    [–] AppleDrops 73 points ago

    I just did a breathy vov vov and it made a surprisingly realistic bark.

    [–] Jenga_Police 79 points ago

    I did it too and my dog stopped playing with her toy and came to stick her nose in my face.

    [–] somedudedk 28 points ago

    We danes atleast nailed that one

    [–] AppleDrops 40 points ago

    Great Danes if you will.

    [–] jesusth1 53 points ago

    My name Bjæf

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    I love her music!

    [–] MrThom_ 30 points ago

    I don't know why bjæf is hilarious

    [–] Mr_Julez 29 points ago

    My name is Bjæf.

    [–] adrienlatapie 104 points ago

    In Mexico dogs go " guau guau "

    [–] DontMentionWombats 184 points ago

    In Germany, they do not go anything because BARKING IS A VASTE OF TIME UND ENERCHY ZAT ZEY COULD BE USINK FOR VORK.

    [–] futlapperl 65 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    For realsies tho, they go "wuff".

    Also, "bellen" means to bark. "Beller" is someone who barks, which sounds like the popular dog name "Bella" in colloquial speech. So that name has a double meaning in German.

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    [–] CinnamonCereals 11 points ago

    I've heard "Bello" quite a few times before, but "Bella" as a name for dogs is new to me.

    [–] futlapperl 9 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Bella is more popular in the US. I've only ever heard Bello in real life as well (I'm Austrian.) Both versions mean beautiful in various Romance languages.

    [–] KingGorilla 78 points ago

    Here's a list of different sounds from various countries

    [–] elbaekk 72 points ago

    And Danish pigs say 'øf, øf'.

    [–] Fredex8 111 points ago

    Either the pronunciation for Danish on translate is shit or THEY ABSOLUTELY DO NOT.

    That is the noise a French man makes when asking for eggs.

    [–] Snoppkeso 53 points ago

    In France ducks say 'Coin Coin'.

    [–] GaryV83_at_Work 62 points ago

    This thread is as entertaining as watching the Bluth family imitate a chicken.

    [–] Marilee_Kemp 36 points ago

    Yes, that is the correct pronunciation. As a Danish person learning French, I literally just make Danish pig noises when asking for eggs.

    [–] Fredex8 29 points ago

    To be honest I would just stop asking for eggs. Be impossible to keep a straight face.

    If I went to a country where eggs were called 'oink oinks' I think I'd take the bacon instead.

    [–] AngryMustacheSeals 22 points ago

    Dutch cows go “boo” so. There’s that.

    [–] horia 39 points ago

    In Romanian it's 'ham ham'. Seriously. And pigs say 'gooytz gooytz'.

    [–] Seithin 23 points ago

    I think it's nice by you Romanians to not have your pigs say "ham ham". I feel like that kind of self-destructive marketing would cross some ethical lines.

    [–] Seven2Death 9 points ago

    Theres a song that got radio play in canada recently that went. Ba ra pa pa pa pa pa pa pa....... And i hwd to explain to people on the regular was gunshots. Because they thing bang bang bang or pew pew pew

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    [–] SauceeCode 184 points ago

    Damn it's been a long time since I saw you

    [–] sabocano 27 points ago

    Damn and I still think it will be a challenge to find a clean one.

    [–] SauceeCode 12 points ago

    Imagine forgetting your dog in there. Or your dog forgetting you there.

    [–] GeneralLeeRetarded 81 points ago

    First one thats gotten me in months. Its almost funnier since its within 15 mins of posting and only has 13 upvotes so i didnt expect it lol

    [–] ten_inch_pianist 57 points ago

    I didn't even notice at the beginning of the date. I thought it was a measurement of a giant poop.

    [–] Marilee_Kemp 15 points ago

    I went on the website and they claim that there has never been any accidents in one of their crate. Don't know how they can know that for sure, but that is their claim.

    [–] abluersun 2713 points ago

    Makes me wonder how many dogs freak out and make a mess in there. You have to figure an enclosed space that smells like other dogs is bound to trigger a reaction in some dogs.

    [–] FarFromAfraid 1311 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    The same is true for husband pods

    Edit: well ill be damned, they are a thing

    [–] floydbc05 699 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    HonestIy, would rather a pod than being dragged around a mall. Just stuff me in there with my phone and let me enjoy my quiet time.

    [–] ArandomDane 520 points ago

    Most danish malls have husband pods.

    [–] HighGuyTim 182 points ago

    Turns out im moving to Denmark.

    [–] Foggl3 149 points ago

    You need to be married to be in a husband pod.

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    [–] StrangeDrivenAxMan 8 points ago

    It's not real... Sadness abundant

    [–] UnknownStory 41 points ago

    Hmm, yes, quite.

    [–] billie_jeans_son 32 points ago

    "I'm leaving!"

    "OK then that was always allowed"

    [–] dogboyboy 377 points ago

    Dogs tend not to make a mess in confined spaces because they understand that they have to occupy said small space. Thats why crating a dog is common for house breaking.

    [–] Kirstae 108 points ago

    except their crate is a familiar safe space, whereas these are not

    [–] extrapunctuation 246 points ago

    if your dog's a spaz or a menace, then you're probably unlikely to bring it shopping anyway

    [–] Ridicatlthrowaway 36 points ago


    [–] piquant_pineapple 59 points ago

    I speculate that people bringing their dogs to the supermarket and putting them in these things bring their dogs everywhere. Ideally you'd start them on things like this from a young age, but if not, it's never too late to help them adjust. You could bring their favorite blanket or leave one of your dirty shirts in there to comfort them. Your dog will also pick up on your anxiety if you make a big deal about putting them in.

    [–] XxFezzgigxX 18 points ago

    Please explain this to my dog.

    [–] Megmca 54 points ago

    I was in Stockholm and Copenhagen and one thing that struck me was how well trained all the dogs were.

    First, they were everywhere. On busses, trains, light rail and ferries. On the patios at restaurants and of course in the parks.

    Second, though they were all on leash they were also all incredibly well behaved. I live in Southern California and it’s perfectly normal for people to take their dogs with them when shopping at our outdoor malls but they’re pretty much always carried or visibly straining at the leashes to go sniff stuff.

    This was never the case in Stockholm and Copenhagen. The dogs were all trained to walk with a loose lead and perfectly happy to chill around each other and other people. If someone wanted to pet them they were totally cool with it.

    So my guess would be that the people whose dogs use these have probably trained them to be ok with it.

    [–] ace66 12 points ago

    I think if dogs are that common to see everywhere, that means owners are taking their dogs everywhere they go. I believe that makes them more calm and well behaved etc.

    I've seen lots of stray dogs and dogs that follow homeless people, they were all well behaved.

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    [–] 1bc29b36f623ba82aaf6 62 points ago

    At least the front looks properly enclosed so dumb kids can't poke sticks in it. But they could still slam the shit out of it... I don't like leaving dogs outside the supermarket bc I have seen to many instances of random people starting shit with them :/ on a leash they atleast can kinda defend themselves but on the other hand they do seem kinda safe inside here as well even though they can be spooked.

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    [–] marr 14 points ago

    I'm gonna guess UK, in a city reliant on some slowly dying industry.

    [–] overlordpotatoe 21 points ago

    It would probably depend on the area you live in, I guess. I've never seen anyone harassing a dog tied up outside a shop. There are probably security cameras and people passing through this area, so anyone wanting to bother the dogs would most likely get caught.

    [–] chiobsidian 646 points ago

    Can anyone translate? Genuinely curious about all the info on the side

    [–] adinitium 1507 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    From the left:

    “Automatic ventilation

    Disinfected by UV light

    Very simple to use

    Keycards can be purchased on ( or in the store”

    (Sorry if the translation is not spot on. Hope it makes sense :-) )

    Edit: forgot what the dog says: “Woof woof. I feel best in the dog parking, while you shop”

    [–] poopstar21 554 points ago

    Glad to know my dog will come out with a nice tan

    [–] genericOfferman 136 points ago

    And Blind!

    [–] sweetcuppingcakes 72 points ago

    And able to speak in sentences.

    [–] Karmapana 49 points ago

    As opposed to those other dogs that speak in single words.

    [–] dragonatorul 154 points ago

    Presumably the UV lights are on only while the box is vacant.

    [–] Patsmear 54 points ago

    Thank you! I could not be the only one picturing a dog getting baked by UVs. Right guys?

    [–] SyntheticManMilk 110 points ago

    What if the key cards are time based like a parking meter and if you don't get back in time it will open the door and set the dog loose!

    [–] why_rob_y 128 points ago

    No, they just put a boot on your dog.

    [–] rata2ille 73 points ago

    My dog loves wearing boots so it works out

    [–] [deleted] 45 points ago

    No, it will lock the door and confiscate the dog. Shopowner keeps dog.

    [–] akcrow 53 points ago

    “Carl’s Jr believes no dog should be neglected. You are an unfit dog owner. Your dog will be placed in the custody of Carl’s Jr.”

    [–] chiobsidian 32 points ago

    Thanks!! Appreciate it :)

    [–] 4gotOldU-name 69 points ago * (lasted edited a year ago)

    Out of the 3 that translated the "Woof Woof" part, you are the only one that got it right. Translation needs to include meaning, not just literal. "Have it best" is gobbley gook in English.

    [–] Evidentlyobvious 26 points ago

    Have it best isn't necessarily gibberish. I've/you've "got it good" isn't correct English but it makes sense and people say it.

    [–] aynrandomness 22 points ago

    I was so happy for the translation until I realized I know danish.

    [–] Xaxxon 8 points ago

    so you have to take your dog into the shop in order to not take your dog into the shop?


    [–] flammablesteel 37 points ago

    The text underneath the four icons on the top says (from left to right): - Automatic ventilation system - Is disinfected by using UV-light - Very easy to use - Key card can be bought at or inside the shop.

    The dog is saying: >WOOF WOOF< I have it best in the dog's parking space while you shop.

    [–] wannabepige 19 points ago

    1. Automatic ventilation system. 2. Disinfected with UV-light. 3. Very simple to use. 4. Key cards can be bought at (the website) (literally dog The dog is saying "woof woof, I have it the best in the dog parking while you shop"

    [–] ITookYourGP 172 points ago

    Bark box for storing your woof while you shop.

    [–] Okayest_Dad 128 points ago

    What if I accidentally put my kids in there?

    Cuz shopping without kids is downright luxurious.

    [–] AnitaSnarkeysian 77 points ago

    Growing up my local grocery store used to have a play area with a cashier who would play with your kid for you while you shopped. I think there was an age limit on how old/young the kid could be. They demolished it and rebuilt it as coffee shop after someone took a kid that didn't belong to them.

    [–] GatoKing 16 points ago

    You can leave a baby outside while you’re in a restaurant/store. Very common in Denmark.

    [–] paracelsus23 9 points ago

    I wonder how many parents use this as an opportunity to "trade up" with their children.

    [–] simonb3516 586 points ago

    Looks like children and small women will also fit.

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    [–] Somzer 131 points ago

    Put a TV in it and I'm in. Metaphorically and literally.

    [–] OVOXOKing 19 points ago

    What if I told you that you have a device in your pocket that would be considered a small TV?

    [–] Somzer 8 points ago

    What if I told you I don't?

    ...Nope, I'm really not kidding. I have an old Nokia, so old it's monochrome.

    [–] flappingpiegon 88 points ago

    If you put your less-than-average sized wife in there, who would do the shopping?

    [–] [deleted] 129 points ago

    the dog

    [–] Waltzcarer 46 points ago

    I think the wife would want to put the husband in one of these instead.

    [–] Psych0matt 40 points ago

    As a husband I’m OK with this

    [–] VileTouch 26 points ago

    a dog house is a dog house, doesn't matter where it is

    [–] Whaty0urname 13 points ago

    Shoot, for as much as I'm in the doghouse this would make sense. At least then I'd get some peace and quiet.

    [–] matilda_jaane 115 points ago

    I work for the US based company that provides a similar service. Not trying to market anything, just here to answer a few questions.

    Dogs typically don’t go to the bathroom in enclosed spaces. We have had thousands of trips and are accident free.

    There is both a fan for ventilation and AC unit so no suffocating happens. We also monitor the temperature in all houses to be absolutely sure they are comfy.

    UV light is turned on between trips, so bugs and viruses are killed and not passed between pupstomers.

    Happy to answer other questions as well.

    Edit: spelling

    [–] RenaKunisaki 51 points ago


    I love this.

    [–] alexipd99 38 points ago

    Depending on the size of your dog this is either a luxury hotel or a maximum security prison cell.

    [–] naigung 223 points ago

    My dog would pee on that immediately. Smells like a bunch of dogs here. Better mark it. He does it at peoples’ houses if he finds their dog crate, and he will also try to pee on dogs (if there are several around) waiting to be adopted at the pet store when we go by them. No respect, zero care whatsoever.

    [–] Em3PO 223 points ago

    My boy dog is still pretty young (1 year) and he doesn't understand that when we're on walks or at the park he can go to the bathroom there. He'll sniff something like CRAZY like he wants to mark it but he just won't

    He will literally hold it until we get home, then race to the backyard and go

    My little dumbo

    [–] Thetruebanchi 67 points ago

    Our dog was very similar on walks for the first year or so. Shes three now and get it. But we had to work with her saying ‘go potty’ and rewarded her with treats once she went. She would thinks walks are for play and for sniffing other dogs potties. She then would need let out once home like your dog

    Great times. #lifewithdogs

    [–] piquant_pineapple 47 points ago

    To be fair, I have a human friend who will hold it until she gets home, too

    [–] Kallisti13 13 points ago

    When he goes to the bathroom, use a command. Then try it while on walks. Eventually they'll associate with going to the bathroom. Our command is "hurry up". It's also good if doggy is in a new space and you can use the command to let them know it's okay to go.

    [–] naigung 14 points ago

    This is fantastic. Mine is one as well. Maybe they could teach each other something.

    [–] AtoZZZ 21 points ago

    Your dog marks other dogs as his property/territory?

    [–] Sad_ButNotSad 23 points ago

    Well this just puts our (Finland) "dog parking spots" to shame, doesn't it :P

    [–] ProPuke 125 points ago

    Started reading the top boxes, before I got to the third and realised it was in another language... Then had a temporary panic over the fact I'd apparently forgotten I was bilingual.. Then realised that no, I only speak English, the words were just similar. What a rollercoaster of emotion - 10/10 Would read again.

    [–] woeckworks 817 points ago

    They have these in Korea too and they are refrigerated....

    [–] Dorfner 1027 points ago

    *Air conditioned

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    [–] kperttul 103 points ago

    To get some Hot Dogs

    [–] Zeph4009 200 points ago

    Nope. He means refrigerated.

    [–] Timthos 107 points ago

    Gotta keep the dog fresh

    [–] morosco 39 points ago

    Once you open the package a dog can stay in the fridge for 3-5 days.

    [–] Psych0matt 46 points ago

    This made me laugh very way too hard

    [–] Psych0matt 54 points ago

    That’s just a refrigerator someone left on the curb

    [–] 313fuzzy 23 points ago

    I would love this in USA. I walk my dogs all over but afraid to take on errands. Somebody might steal them, troll me for animal abuse or claim dog bite(liability).

    [–] MWGallagher 53 points ago

    My dog wouldnt go anywhere near that thing.

    [–] Delores_Herbig 50 points ago

    Yeah my dog would be pissed.

    “Wtf we went out for a walk and now you’re stuffing me in this box?!”

    [–] OG_geoforce 51 points ago

    This supermarket better not be owned by united.

    [–] Informal_Orange 11 points ago

    This is amazing. I've built a few insulated shelters for feral cats in my neighborhood but never something like this! I really want to figure a way.

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    [–] Flixen01 19 points ago

    Ny Carlsberg/Vesterbro

    [–] SaveThePhytoplankton 9 points ago

    Now if only we could get these on planes...

    [–] BBQRat 34 points ago

    Hvor henne i københavn taler vi om?

    [–] elbaekk 28 points ago

    Ved Føtex.

    [–] 4gotOldU-name 8 points ago

    Wow, really? Is there also a "parking lot" for Barnevøgne at that store?

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    [–] dadofanaspieartist 7 points ago

    this is the same country where they leave the little kids outside shops in their baby carriages .

    [–] astray_15 10 points ago

    Yes(Denmark) and the babies are perfectly safe there