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Dog Who Trained To Play Jenga, Become So Skilled And Unbeatable

Secret, an intelligent Australian Shepherd, has become a master in a game called Jenga. In addition to that, she can perfectly dance, paint, draw, do yoga, go sledding on her own.



It is known that Australian Shepherdshave highly active minds and are very energetic. The dog’s owner, Mary, 17, understands the inquisitive and adventurousspirit of her dog, and always does her best to keep her happy.



In the video below, you can see that Mary playing Jenga, a game of balance and focus, with Secret, and it is obvious that she is good in the game! Mary decided to not crash her dog’s talent. You can see in the video that she is completely aware of the rules of the game. How genius! Watch the video above to have more information.




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B bit deaf cashier who does not hear properly, gives customers a piece of paper to write their order!

Ordering Was Never This Different
Many such things happen in our lives which are unique and different in some or the other way and here in this video what we have seen and analyzed is something far much different in every regard.

It is very common for most of us to place our orders verbally when we go to any food chain; this is a commonly acceptable practice that runs everywhere. However, here in this joint which is a fast-food joint named as Whataburger employed a cashier who was a bit deaf and wanted customers to place their orders in a loud voice. However, none of the customers were loud enough for him to listen their orders so he took a different initiative.
The cashier started to provide every customer with a piece of paper to write their order instead of telling about it verbally. It was expected that this act on the part of cashier will make the customers impatient and annoyed but this never happened. The customers were all happy of this initiative and ordering over a piece of paper became a common practice of the customers over this joint.

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