Utah Can Take This Guiness World Record
Paw Patrol the movie, just won a Guinness World Record and I think Utah can take it. I mean the bar is not that high and we have the pups to pull it off. The record is "Most Dogs Attending a Film Screening".
Paw Patrol took the record from Litchfield Skyview Drive-In in Litchfield Illinois. Litchfield Skyview had been able to round up 199 unsuspecting dogs and show them the movie "A Dog's Way Home" at the Drive-In movie theater in 2022.
But the record is there's no more because the big dogs at Paramount Pictures with their mega-hit "Paw Patrol: The Mighty" have taken it. They got 219 celebridogs together and blasted the old record.
So come on Southern Utah let's rally and show the big dollars of Hollywood that they can't always win with pure muscle. I mean these were dogs with money and influence.
Look at the pomp of this dog arriving at the screening.
Oh and look she brought a friend. A Hollywood friendship, hmmm how long will that last I wonder?
The sass is just too much. They are just sticking it in our faces...or our noses in it.
I bet we could gather 220 dogs and they would be glad to be there not like the entitled upper crust with their Paw Patrol backing.
Who wants a Guinness World Record? Wow, win much? It's like he knew he had the record before they even counted.
Shouldn't the judges have made sure all attendees were actually watching? I bet our dogs would appreciate the venue a little more.
Not sharing your snacks, typical of big money. Sheesh.
Sharing snacks with yourself? How typical of someone who always gets what they want.
So let's activate our pets Utah! And show these pampered pups how real down-to-earth dogs can win a record. It's time to show big money that they don't always get whatever they want. Let's embrace the heart of Paw Patrol and teach Hollywood "No jobs too big, no pups too small".
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