Missouri University Of Science And Teach Pranks Students With Doge Website


Missouri University of Science and Technology pranked their students in the most epic and appropriate way. They replaced all of their photos with the Doge meme. It is quite possibly the internet prank of the day. Photos that previously feature students now show the Doge fulfilling descriptions like “Amaze,” and “Much Intelligence.”

In the new section the college explains what exactly is going on.


Much April.

So Fools’.

Very Doge.

An Internet-famous Shiba Inu dog, known for its raised eyebrows and captioned internal monologues, took over the Missouri University of Science and Technology website today (Tuesday, April 1, 2014).

The animal, known online as Doge (pronounced dowj), has gained popularity as an Internet meme in recent months. The Shiba Inu is even popular on Twitter now, as @DogeTheDog.

When asked how this Internet meme infiltrated the Missouri S&T website, Chancellor Cheryl B. Schrader deferred to the Schrader family pet, Sydney, who remarked:


“So web.

“Such awesome.”

Emerald PellotCOLLEGECANDY Writer
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