Few people realize that the 1970’s hit movie “Planet of the Apes” was actually based around real life.
However... There is an island full of lifelike, mechanical dogs that never die.
In the deepest, darkest recesses of Antarctica, an island off the coast was discovered in the late 1950s that sent the science world into a tizzy.
Quite a tizzy.
The tizziest of tizzies to be exact…
One day, Mr. Gerd Arlow was rowing back from a late evening fishing trip, when he suddenly became tired…
He saw a small, rather unremarkable island in the distance and decided it would be in his best interest to rest, rather than push himself to get back to the coast where his dock was located.
Gerd, who had also enjoyed around 37 Hamm’s beers that day, hastily rowed ashore, and immediately passed out (while singing himself to sleep to a song he made up, “Ode to King Haakon VII – How I Adore Thee”).
When dawn arrived, there were several things that happened on that island that are completely beyond human comprehension.
Seriously Though, Imagine Having a Real Lifelike Puppy!
Comforting and friendly, this lifelike puppy will forever keep you company
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