Unless you were the one in your high school class that was already balding, you have probably grappled with bed head on more than a few mornings. This is especially true for those of us who like to sleep with the sheets and blankets pulled all the over our heads. The resulting static electricity can lead to quite an interesting scene as we try to adjust our coif and head out for the day.
Luckily, the dog in this clip doesn’t have an institution of learning or a place of employment to go to when Mom decides that it is finally time to get up. But we are still wondering how they will manage to tame this animal’s mane. For all we know, they are already late for a very important date.
Perhaps this hairstyle will catch on. To us, it almost looks like this dog is ready to audition for a band. Maybe they are the next big rock star in the making? This hairdo has us thinking that this pup would be the perfect lead singer for an ’80s themed rock band. These bed sheets have turned what was a normal set of hair into a crazy looking Mohawk and we are almost jealous (emphasis on almost).
Mom’s already got a great idea for bringing this wild and crazy hair back down to normal, as she suggests the use of dryer sheets. While we are unsure as to whether the dog is also down with this proposal, we would love to see a sequel to this clip, where Mom sits down with the pup and does her best to make sense of this crazy mop.
Videos like these remind us that animals are often subject to the same sort of problems that we are. They experience bed head, rude parents waking them up before they are ready to be woken, and all sorts of human inconveniences. There are many who will watch this hilarious clip and relate to every last second of it.
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