Chris Evans’ Dog Won’t Let Him Do Push-Ups For A Good Cause

August 15, 2016 / Posted by:

The #22PushUpChallenge is kind of like the ice bucket challenge, but instead of famous types getting hard nips by dousing themselves in an ice bath, they have to do 22 push-ups. The challenge was started by the site 22Kill to bring awareness to veteran suicide prevention. The 22 represents the number of veterans who die from suicide every single day. Scott Eastwood, DJ Tanner, Vincent D’Onofrio, Chris Pratt, Anna Faris and The Rock have all done it. I didn’t even know it was possible to do 22 push-ups. My lazy bones and non-existent muscles got worn out from just typing “22 pushups” and now I need to slather Icy Hot on my body. And The Rock doing 22 push-ups is like us picking up a Q-Tip. He can do them in his sleep, literally. While some people sleep walk, The Rock sleep push-ups.

But anyway, John Krasinski did it and nominated Captain America and Jenny Slate’s man, Chris Evans. A dog was around when John and The Rock did their push-up challenge, so Chris Evans also brought out his cute dog Dodger.

As Chris Evans did the #22PushUpChallenge, Dodger did the Attention Whore Dog Challenge by licking his face and biting his fist. Shameful Dodger is only raising awareness for his existence.

The title for Buzzfeed’s post about this is “We Are All Chris Evans’ Dog Watching Chris Evans Do Push-Ups.” Yeah, no, The hard-up tricks who have it for Chris Evans wouldn’t just watch him and lick his face. Their shameless asses would get under him as he did those push-ups.

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