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VIDEO: Dog discovers an ice cube

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Being a human adult is rubbish. It takes an awful amount to entertain us for a period of longer than 30 seconds.

Toddlers can spend hours giggling over bubbles. Cats are forever convinced that their tail is literally after them. Now it seems that if you give a dog an ice cube, he's captivated for at least a few minutes.

This eye-opening video shows Domino discovering the mystical properties of ice for the first time. Why is it so cold? But also wet? Why does it hurt a bit? But also feel so good?

These questions and more are answered, kind of, below.

Damn, maybe we are pretty easily amused after all...

(Image: YouTube)

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