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The Mutant Spider Dog Most Popular Video Of 2014

Dogs look absolutely nothing like spiders. However, one hilarious and rather cruel prankster found out that if you put a spider suit on a dog it looks terrifying. It’s crazy how much the dog in this video looks like a giant tarantula from your worst nightmares.

The people in the video would be relieved to discover that the giant spider is actually a very cute, super friendly dog. The video shows the mutant spider dog terrifying a few different people. One person is confronted by fake body parts in a spiders web and then chased down a tunnel by the dog. The video ends showing the viewers the lovely dog that played the starring role.


This very funny video has now had an enormous 127,911,285 views on YouTube. YouTube released of its top trending videos and guess what video took the top spot. Yes, the most watched video of all of 2014 was a video of a dog dressed as a spider. This video created a Halloween costume craze, everyone was dressing their dog as a spider. Mutant spider dog made history and was also the most talked about video this year. When you watch it, you will immediately get the urge to share it with your friends. However, the chances are by now they will have already seen it, most internet users have by now!


Watch and enjoy as people in different places including a lift, a train station and a park are approached by the dreaded mutant spider dog. Their reactions are priceless and completely justified. The way the dog runs across the floor and the spiders legs look as if they are moving is surprisingly realistic.

There are lots of videos on YouTube of doings doing hilarious, cute and crazy things but this video seems to have ticked all the boxes. The video was made by a SA Wardega, a Polish YouTube prankster. If you are brave enough. Enjoy........


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