Jesse McLaren, late-night TV writer recently welcomed a new family member, a rescued skeleton. The writer even shared pictures to show how well the new member has settled in, with the family. Just like Jesse, many other Twitter users have shared pictures with the skeleton members of their family.
Jesse proved that there are not just homeless cats, dogs, and people in distress, but there are homeless skeletons too, looking out for love and shelter. As people welcome the Halloween season, this man welcomed an adorable homeless skeleton and even documented how the good times are rolling in his life. Jesse’s posts went viral all over the internet, so much so that people across the globe are sharing pictures of their skeleton decorations.
The skeleton post became trending as soon as it released and netizens seemed to love the idea of having a skeleton family member.
He was so terrified when we brought him home 2 days ago, now he’s a member of the family❤️ pic.twitter.com/AaZpBQ2kP3— Jesse McLaren (@McJesse) October 6, 2019
However, the post got mixed reactions from netizens around the world. While some users found it amusing and hilarious, others criticised it, warning Jesse of the fact that keeping a skeleton in his house could attract negative energies towards him.
Skeletons are not pets. Sure, these pictures are adorable, but sharing them contributes to to the global trade in supernatural entities. They belong in macabre cemetery dances at midnight, not in your home.— P. S.™ Nevermore! (@Patrixmyth) October 7, 2019
You make some good points. It’s easy to get emotional when you see a skeleton in what looks to be an inappropriate setting. As long as he’s feeding it a proper diet of souls of the innocent and giving it space to float ominously above the ground, then it’s getting proper care.— Michelle O'Brien 🦇 (@Wolf_six) October 7, 2019