Cursing Dog Collar Translates Barks?

Your dog will now be able to give you a piece of its mind thanks to a new collar that “translates” barks into swear words.

For every treat your good boy deserved but didn’t get, for every itch that you didn’t scratch, your dog can now vent out all its frustration in cuss words.

The product’s website states that the product isn’t a “shock/vibration/training collar and is not intended for anti-bark training use.”

The Cuss Collar, which features a tiny speaker attached to a padded patent leather strap, spits out an expletive every time your furry friend barks.

The potty-mouthed collar retails for $60 and is currently sold out online. But dog owners who are interested in making their pooches curse like sailors can sign up for updates to find out when the next shipment will restock.

MSCHF, the company behind the Cuss Collar, said the product is not intended to be used as an anti-bark training collar and will not send out a shock or vibration to your pet when it barks.

In recent months, MSCHF has taken the internet by storm, selling out of outrageous gag gifts like Nike sneakers filled with Holy Water called Jesus Shoes and toaster shaped bath bombs in minutes.

The unorthodox business model of MSCHF is reportedly centered around poking fun at internet culture and pushing boundaries.

“Our perspective is everything is funny in a nihilistic sort of way,” MSCHF CEO Gabriel Whaley told Business Insider. “We’re not here to make the world a better place. We’re making light of how much everything sucks.”

Well, if that isn’t innovative. Maybe they can make a converter collar for Russell Moore’s word salads or Tim Keller’s haikus.

[Editor’s Note: REF: FOX NEWS, by Daniel Hopkins]

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