By Quinn Eaton
President Joe Biden is not wasting any time during his first couple of days in the Oval Office. Though it is not uncommon for Presidents to sign executive orders at the beginning of their tenure, President Biden has implemented something that stands unprecedented: National Nap Time. Details within the order call for people to keep sleeping bags or those plastic mats from Kindergarten within close proximity so that the nation can collectively nap every single day.
"The idea of this Nap Time Mandate is to allow for a mid-day recharge" says the Chief Spokesperson for the President. "President Biden has not established when or where to take this nap, but he has pointed out that his favorite place and time to drift away into a pleasant, short slumber is in his chair with daytime television playing."
More details should emerge from this executive order in the coming weeks, along with other possible orders that President Biden could sign into effect. The Chief Spokesperson mentioned ideas such as a "Free Pudding Cup for All" plan, as well as a modification to Daylight Savings Time to allow for "Bedtime to Come Earlier." Americans must wait to see what other guiding principles Biden may announce for the betterment of society, but for now, we can all cherish the opportunity of an encouraged midday snooze.
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Authors: Thad Buchanan, Quinn Eaton, Cole Manion, DJ Pigg, Adam Redfern
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