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It’s late. You’ve had a long day at work and somehow it’s only Tuesday when it should be 5:01 on Friday. You pour a drink to take the edge off and throw on some Netflix, hoping to at least get a good night’s sleep to make tomorrow go by a little more smoothly. Except that doesn’t happen. Your brain refuses to turn off, and you go through show after show, spending the next day just as exhausted as the last. It’s a horrible, endless cycle that never seems to end because your dumb, exhausted brain cares too much about Netflix to sleep. In short, it sucks.
However, our sleepless nights might finally be at an end thanks to Napflix. Unlike Netflix, which tries to gain your interest, Napflix is here to bore you to death – or at least to a solid eight hours of sleep. This self-proclaimed siesta video platform streams hit classics like “Cars In The Rain: Highway,” “The Wonderful World Of Tupperware,” and “World Men’s Curling 2016.”
While this sounds like a hilarious parody of our favorite streaming service, it’s actually a real platform comprised of YouTube’s most boring videos. Miss Netflix’s Stranger Things? Napflix also has an original series comprised of filming a subway ride. Thrilling, I know, but that’s exactly the point. The next time you’re Netflixing but having trouble chilling, maybe head on over to Napflix instead, because I hear that the ten-hour timer is absolutely fascinating. .
[via The Independent]