Let’s not make any bones about it – Halloween shady hedonists are punishing people who refuse to take this dish.
Armed with skeletal pedestals, tombstones, and nonsensical inscriptions, the pro-vectors adorn the front lawns of their homes to ridicule the annoying, entering into an amazing festive spirit.
A cardboard tombstone next to the skull: “I did my research.” Behind the surprising armature is a temporary cross-shaped headstone that says, “I’m DEAD. But not a SHEEP!”
The nude display is a gag inspired by some doubts about the safety and efficacy of FDA-approved COVID-19 vaccines.
The quote used to put an end to the presentation is a common protest among unvaccinated, about 120 million adult Americans.
And the waves of the sword against the blow are turning into a virus.
TikTokker @LindaMcAfee literally depicts skeletons coming out of grassy graves in cut-outs: “I Don’t Know What I Have” and “Government Conspiracy.”
The Droll scheme has been viewed 2.9 million times.
The front tables are adorned with dead bodies with tombstones that read “I’m not vaccinated” and “I believe in my immune system” on Twitter.
And Jesse Jones, a lawyer from Raley, North Carolina, decorated the hallway of his home with a 13-foot skeleton and shouted, “Unvaccinated — until you see it soon, you idiots!” Announcing the title.
But as a superficial blow to the millions of people who have lost their loved ones because of COVID-19, the mAcesparksess of the paxs is turning into the devil.
“Absolutely bad taste,” wrote the Halloween decorator. “Anti-vaxxers drive me crazy but this is not appropriate. There are many grieving families there, ”wrote another.
While some may find these rough decorations indifferent, the pandemic-themed decorations will kill it even on this Halloween holiday.
Exciting scenes of Zoom performing skeletal, dangerous #CrateChallenge attempts, or nasal COVID-19 testing on ossified patients wearing dangerous nurse scrubs were also angered during the horrific festivities.