With the rapid advent of technology, the lines between real and virtual are getting blurred quite quickly. We interacted with family and friends online during the pandemic, making it second nature. Tech giants too are developing modes of experiencing events like concerts directly through the internet. Foodies often wonder – could we one day maybe taste a meal virtually too? We don’t about that yet, but an adorable viral video makes us think that it could surely be possible. In a recent clip, a cute dog was seen licking meat on a television screen, mistakenly assuming it to be real.
Take a look at the viral video here:
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Shared on Twitter by user @MyChinaTrip, the video has raked in over 8.8 million views and 65k likes. “This is damn delicious,” read the caption to the tweet. In the video, the sweet canine could be seen standing on his hind legs, with his front paws on the television table. He is simply mesmerised by the meat being shown on the television screen, and he can be seen rapidly licking it too!
The foodie dog indeed put a smile on internet users’ face, garnering several comments and reactions. The adorable puppy doesn’t seem to be far from the truth, as a recent invention may soon make this a reality. As per latest research, a Japanese professor invented a ‘lickable’ television screen which could actually allow you to taste the food that is being made on your screen.
Click here to read more about this breakthrough technology.
Meanwhile, dogs also seem to be going viral regularly on the internet. Recently, an adorable dog seemed to be delivering food on the streets in a hilarious viral video. The cute delivery service won over the internet. Find out more about this cute dog video here.
What did you think of the foodie dog licking his television screen? Tell us in the comments.
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