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By on July 11, 2012, with 25 Comments

If you ever watched that hilarious cartoon “2 Stupid Dogs”, title may already have sounded familiar. If not, it was a short sketch – One of the dogs wrongly pronounced a museum sign, reading it “Electric city is your friend”, and then said “Hi Electric City !!” to a lightbulb immediately next to the sign. It doesn’t make much sense explaining the joke if you haven’t seen a video, yet I have trouble finding it on YouTube to share a link with you… Feel free to post a video link in comments if you had more luck. Anyway, below funny photo is the closest you get to being friends with Electricty, or mr. Electric City if you will!

Electric city is Your Friend


25 Responses
  1. z2d4th says:

    just like a comedian clown

  2. CorralesID says:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BsuSNDJQFMk is the video but its in spanish, hopefully you may know spanish:D, by the way, i know its not the way to ask but, were ca i follow the page, since i follow it from Igoogle but far as i know it will be suspended in november, so..any help?

  3. Stawolf1001 says:


  4. Johnny says:

    Bet the engineers had fun designing that one…

    For the video try this one: http://www.dailymotion.com/video/xq7x3l_inside-out-2-stupid-dogs_shortfilms (start at 3:15).

  5. Dan says:

    You’re kidding right? This looks like something that should be on Sesame Street.

  6. ABsolutelyCrazy says:

    How is this an illusion? Sure, the metal joins together to make a clown, but it’s just cute.

  7. RN says:

    Goofy, and a little creepy too….

  8. Care Bear says:

    Surely you jest(er).

  9. Watcher says:

    If this is a real photo, where is the location of the towers. I suspect it may be Photoshop, UK. The tower below the clown would not hold the weight of the cabling in strong winds.

  10. Mkay says:

    There was an article posted not too long ago about the power poles in Iceland. Here’s the site: http://www.choishine.com/port_projects/landsnet/landsnet.html Gives you pause to think about what our future “Stonehenge” will be.

  11. Dave Swan says:

    Yeah. I follow on iGoogle too. What happens after November?

  12. Michael says:

    Nowhere, I could find, around Újhartyán, Hungary, are any electric pylons like this. Google Maps is your friend. Someone had her/his fun!

  13. illusionist says:

    finally! someone else who remembers that tv show

  14. The Pick Man says:

    I think you will find that iGoogle continues until Nov 2013

  15. Randeyeman says:

    Is this for real…..?

  16. Ralph Lauren UK outlet online says:

    it’s a freaking clown…

  17. Pineapplesquash says:

    You can like it on facebook and follow it there if thats any help

  18. Mashuplayer says:

    Clown Power lines are a Design in Hungary, That was i’m right! :D

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