just found a tiktok account dedicated to waking up a pug named noodle and if he flops over it’s a “no bones” day and if he stays upright it’s a “bones” day AND PEOPLE CHECK THE BONES FORECAST LIKE IT’S A HOROSCOPE I AM CRYING
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Although the "no-bones days" have only started going viral this month, Graziano explained that they've been a thing in his home since Noodles arrived. He told Insider that he would attempt to get Noodles ready for the day by propping him up, but he would sometimes choose to simply go straight back down.
"We learned very early on, that when he does not want to go on walkies, he will not go on walkies," joked Graziano in a TikTok video.
"No-bones day" has taken over TikTok and doesn't yet look to slow down. "I work as a vet tech and I write on our treatment board if it's a bones or no bones day," wrote one fan.
"Noodle pls, I have a law school midterm," commented one TikTok user, disappointed by the "no-bones day" outcome.
"We are all at the mercy of bones," summarized Graziano.
30-year-old in New York City who works in social media marketing, tells Bustle that he is “overwhelmed” with the attention he and Noodle have been getting. (When we talk, it’s a no bones day.) He adopted Noodle when the pug was seven and a half years old, and quickly figured out that the dog would very happily sleep in forever. “I'd pick him up and try to get him going, and he would just be limp in my arms,” Graziano says. “For years, my roommates and I would look at each other like, ‘Oh my god, he doesn’t have any bones.’ It was just this silly little joke about the way he would behave when he truly didn’t want to do something.”
That’s why a no bones day is roughly analogous to Mercury in Retrograde. You might have a “deep-seated existential dread about what's happening in the world and everything going on, but it's a no bones day,
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so that makes sense,” he says. On a no bones day, Graziano recommends “wear[ing] soft clothes all day. If you're going to wear jeans on a no bones day, that’s on you.” Other ways to cope with a no bones day include cancelling all activities that you don’t want to do that day,
if you can. A bones day, by contrast, is an invitation to treat yourself. “Get a bacon, egg, and cheese,” Graziano says.
Of his sudden-ish platform — Noodle also happens to have over 44 thousand followers on Instagram — Graziano says that he loves seeing how positive people are, even on a no bones day, and that people have been asking for merch. But he takes a minute to share how passionately he feels about adoption, particularly of senior dogs.
“When I got [Noodle], there were a lot of people who just wouldn't adopt this dog because he was old and I'm kinda like, I get the last laugh. There's so many dogs out there that have such incredible personalities just like this,” Graziano says. “I love this dog more than anything. I live on the fifth floor — I carry him up 66 stairs three times a day so he can go on a walk. And I'll do it forever if I have to.”