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Monkey riding a dog, again

The greatest halftime show on Earth is back, and still amazing.

This, friends, is the greatest halftime show ever. We saw it last year, but the novelty never wears off. There's just something amazing about a monkey riding a dog and doing tricks during halftime of an NFL or NBA game.

It's back again, and wonderful as ever. This time, the monkeys and dogs made an appearance at halftime of the Pacers game on Friday night. They were also at halftime of the Colts-Texans game on Sunday. And we're all quite confident nothing that will happen on the field will top the halftime show.

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via its_miss_james

Why you ask? Just look at the GIF up top. I mean, just stare at that GIF for a moment. Bask in its glory. This is the pinnacle of entertainment, and I just don't believe there's a way to top it.

So many questions here, too. How does one train a monkey to ride a dog? Can this be a new Olympic sport, taking the place of dressage? Is this the future career of the Ikea monkey? The world needs to know

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