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Things We Saw Today: This Is Fine Dog Plush Toy Made Available Via Kickstarter

Now THIS is fine.
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You’re probably already familiar with the “This is Fine” comic/meme, in which a dog sits in a house that is literally burning down around him. It’s become something of an unofficial metaphor for this here 2016 so far even though it originated back in 2013, and now the artist behind the comic, KC Green, has created a Kickstarter where you can get your very own This is Fine dog plush toy. (Granted, the This is Fine dog has recently realized that things are, in fact, not fine, but the plush toy is still very cute.)

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