'I Love My Dog' T-shirt Design Ends up Looking Like a Penis Picture, Internet Left in Splits (View Pic)
Dog design on t-shirt looks like a penis (Photo Credits: Facebook)

Dog lovers love proclaiming their love for dogs, even when nobody's asking. So flaunting the love for their dogs on their t-shirts isn't too new. There are many retailers catering to the need of these dog and cat lovers, but what if the design on the t-shirt is far from being a dog? The 'I Love My Dog' Facebook page announced their new collection on social media and it left users laughing. One of the t-shirt designs which is supposed to look like patting a dog has the dog sketch looking more like a big penis! The dog on this design resembles less of a canine but more of male genital and a hand over it. Internet users who noticed the resemblance could not help laughing at it. ASOS Sells 'Bubble Wrap' Dress for £68; Get Trolled by Social Media Users (View Pics).

The dog-loving community on social media unveiled some new design prints which they are selling on the Family Store. But looks like their designer's imagination went a bit too wild! The dog in the design looks like a huge penis with a hand about to pat it. Needless to say, the humour was spreading on social media with users leaving funny comments on the picture of this particular shirt.

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This particular picture has obviously got more reactions than the others on display. People left some really funny comments. One of the users wrote, "Is that a cocker spaniel?" While another one said, "This shirt says 'hi, I'm into modern art and hand stuff' not dog love." Donkeys Wearing Fashionable Pants Are a New Trend? Watch Pics!

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Comments on dog tshirt design (Photo Credits: Facebook)

Others mentioned that the company's designers have pulled up a prank on them by making this design. Many others could relate that the design looked like a dog later, but a penis at first. Did you see the dog first? Well, not sure how many people would actually want to own this design after all.