As commute times continue to rise, more and more people are working from home. But if you still have to physically drag yourself to the office, there are concrete actions you can take to improve your daily grind. Namely, the addition of a little dog that sings along to your favourite string quartet.
Good morning, world. Here is my small dog, once again zipped into my father’s jacket, very sleepily singing along to a string quartet cover of U2 pic.twitter.com/orQwWkdxgS
— Haley Byrd (@byrdinator) January 25, 2018
A video uploaded by Weekly Standard reporter Haley Byrd demonstrates the many benefits of tiny singing dog tech. Among other features, such a pet can easily fit inside your coat, making it appear as though it is the one driving the car, like a person.
Everything about this video of my dog — zipped into my dad’s hoodie and howling along to a string quartet cover of a U2 song — that my brother sent me this morning is amazing pic.twitter.com/R1orWoHIp4
— Haley Byrd (@byrdinator) December 8, 2017
It’s unclear if or when these features will be available to the greater public, but interested parties are encouraged to adopt an animal today.