Every holiday season, people wonder what they do when the Elf is sleeping on the shelf. But this year, Halloween fans are imagining what Home Depot's giant skeletons do when they're home alone.
Content creator Keel James Patrick got 1.3 million views with a hilarious sketch of the Home Depot skeleton situation. The scary prop was a Ferris Bueller-esque weekend piece in a sketch called "What a Giant Skeleton Does to Your House When You Leave the House."
Watch this bedroom transform into a living oasis after an incredible day of renovations:
The skeleton dressed, undressed and became a convertible. Skeleton takes his girlfriend to Michael's for seasonal decorations, then makes sure to visit Starbucks on the way back.
"And they lived happily ever after," Patrick wrote in the caption.
TikTokers loved Keel's creative use of props to tell a story.
“How did you do it? Especially if they are driving? someone asked. Kiel replied: “Two hard days! It was worth every second."
"Too bad I can't buy this skeleton and now I'm going to do something epic," said another.
“I can't imagine driving it around town. This is the best,” one person wrote.
"As soon as they walked into Starbucks, I knew it was the perfect date," said one user.
"It's a work of art," the TikToker added.
Check out this Manhattan apartment that got an amazing maximalist makeover for just $1,000:
In the message, the Iconic Home Depot Skeleton goes on a fun adventure
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