A Video Of A Tiny Dog Falling Over Has Become An Extremely Relatable Meme"Morning people vs. me"By by Eimi Yamamitsu山光瑛美 BuzzFeed News Reporter, Japan and by Rachael KrishnaBuzzFeed News ReporterPosted on August 30, 2017, 10:22 am Meet Maguro and Tororo, two 7-year-old long-coat chihuahuas from Hiroshima, Japan. Last week, a video clip of the two of them waiting for their owner in the car became a meme. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @k.yoshihara In the video they're waiting in the car together, being cute. But then Maguro just starts sinking. Tap to play or pause GIF Tap to play or pause GIF @k .yoshihara / Via Instagram: @k.yoshihara Oh dear. @k .yoshihara The video quickly spread, with thousands of people finding Maguro's meltdown very relatable. MrFig @MrFig_ This gif fits me perfectly. LOL Thu Aug 24 05:12:27 UTC+0000 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite "Morning people vs me." It went international. View this post on Facebook Facebook: video.php "When you're too tired to function😂" To Brazil... View this post on Facebook facebook.com "When you're crying while heading straight to the hell called college." ...and Mexico... Mundo Godínez @MundoGodinez #AmoLosJuevesPorque ya te puedes echar unas cubas (aunque mañana te arrepientas) Fri Aug 25 01:41:43 UTC+0000 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite "The day after partying hard. Me in my thirties vs me when I was 20." ...and China too. Weibo "Other people getting up early vs me getting up early." The dogs' owner, Mr. Yoshihara, told BuzzFeed News that Maguro's hilarious expression was thanks to her losing her footing while trying to sit. @k .yoshihara / Via Instagram: @k.yoshihara He said he is surprised by the internet's response to the video: "I didn't think it was that funny." View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @k.yoshihara You can find more pictures and videos of the two chihuahuas being cute on their Instagram. View this photo on Instagram Instagram: @k.yoshihara This post was translated from Japanese. バズフィード・ジャパン ニュース記者Contact Eimi Yamamitsu at email@example.com.Got a confidential tip? Submit it hereRachael Krishna is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London. Contact Rachael Krishna at firstname.lastname@example.org.