Dog Steals Snack On Live TV And People Are In Love

Mustafa Gatollari - Author

Nov. 13 2018, Updated 2:36 p.m. ET

The best thing about dogs (and kids, for the most part, too) is that they're themselves no matter the situation.

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A dog doesn't care if you're in the supermarket. If they wanna bark, they're gonna bark. They don't care that the leather couch they're tearing up cost $3,000. They don't care that the mailman comes by every day because they're going to yap their heads off to protect their family regardless.

And if the dog is on a live TV broadcast, they don't care that a camera is staring right at them, they're going to sneak a snack without anybody noticing. Like this heroic pupper who didn't let anything get in the way of their meal. Just watch for yourself and see the master sneak-thief in action.

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Did you see that? The dog just went for that calzone. We could all learn a lesson from this brazen desire to get what you want when you want it, regardless of the circumstances. What if we attacked our own hopes and dreams in life like this dog, who didn't care (or know) that he was being recorded. He stole that Calzone right then and there and you know he enjoyed it, without shame. Because he is a dog who controls their own destiny.

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Twitter immediately fell in love with the daring doggo, because honestly, it's kind of impossible not to.

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Some thought that set up was a little too convenient, I mean what are they expecting, not to get a calzone stolen off the table right at the dog's snout level? C'mon man.

Many people thought that the Calzone theft was an inside job.

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Others were just impressed with the technique, I mean his sneakiness is on par with a cat's, and that might be insulting to a dog, but I only mean it as the highest of praise.

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Such a good (bad) boy.

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