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These ‘doge na wholesome’ memes are giving online users their daily dose of laughter

May 26th, 2020

The internet can be a hotbed of hostility and fake news but there are still areas in the digital world that remain wholesome and positive amidst a global crisis.

Whenever we feel down or get discouraged by everything that has been happening lately (i.e COVID-19 and economic recession), we find ourselves scrolling through memes, doggo photos, or any in-jokes that can provide us that instant relief in these trying times. Speaking of in-jokes, a series of new memes, which usually features a family of Shiba Inu dogs, has been circulating online.

This handsome doge.

Posted by Li Romero on Saturday, May 16, 2020

The Doge PH: Wholesome Posting is a Facebook page dedicated to dog lovers who are looking for wholesome content. Right now, they have around 12,000 followers and everyone seems to be enjoying the good vibes each meme gives off.

Here are some of our favorite “doge na wholesome” posts we found on the page: 

This doge pulling some good pranks on a food-delivery guy

Food Delivery

Posted by Doge PH: Wholesome Posting on Monday, May 25, 2020

This lola doge spoiling her apo with a 20-peso worth of taho

Lola

Posted by Doge PH: Wholesome Posting on Sunday, May 24, 2020

This doge police went from aww to uWu real quick

(check comment for alternate ending)

Posted by Doge PH: Wholesome Posting on Saturday, May 23, 2020

This generous ate doge

Posted by Doge PH: Wholesome Posting on Thursday, May 21, 2020

Or, this helpful kuya

Salamat, Kuya.

Posted by Doge PH: Wholesome Posting on Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Seriously though, I wish there was really a “sad-napper” 

Posted by Doge PH: Wholesome Posting on Tuesday, May 19, 2020

Well, the internet isn’t so bad after all.

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