Is It a Bones Day?

That raise you deserve, but haven’t asked for yet? Graziano’s TikTok has so far accumulated more than two million followers and even saw “bonesday” trending on Twitter. You totally deserve it, ask for it!”
Debut #bonesday on Twitter! All those festive gourds? For instance, this past Monday was a bones day which, according to Graziano, means, “You’ve got to treat yourself today,! Noodle and his New York City owner, Jonathan Graziano, have been sharing their daily game of “no bones,” which entails picking up the sleepy pug off his fluffy bed to see if he’ll stand on his little legs or promptly flop back down.Related | Are Teens Developing Tics From TikTok?The wisdom goes that if Noodles has bones, it will be a good day; if he has no bones, it’s perhaps best to just call in sick to work and crawl back under the covers. oh wow would you look at that forecast— julia reinstein 🚡 (@juliareinstein)

Definitely a no bones day— Sonic the Hedgehog (@sonic_hedgehog)

i’m really glad i live in this timeline #bonesday— LAUREN (@Lauren_Leven)

It’s a bones day and mercury is out of gatorade #bonesday— Emma Maniez (@klickity_klak)

🤌you come to me, on the day the pug has no bones…..🤌— julia reinstein 🚡 (@juliareinstein)

Everyone keeps saying it’s a bones day or it’s a no bones day but when will you realize every day can be a Bones da…— alex goldman (@AGoldmund)

Alright everyone it’s no bones day— が   (草食系) (@warewagada)

Photo via TikTok/ @jongraz In the tradition of season forecasting groundhogs and World Cup predicting octopuses, the internet has found itself a new furry oracle to faun over, and his name is Noodles.TikTok’s newest breakout celebrity is a 13-year-old pug that can apparently predict whether or not it’s going to be a good day based on his bones. The Japanese fried chicken you were gonna order for lunch? Buy ’em! Get the curry to dip it in. 🙌— Jonathan Graziano (@jongraz)

The logic is easy enough to follow and it’s catching on.