(CNN)–Is it a bones or no bones kind of day? One small pug is influencing how millions of people live their lives with his adorable morning routine. Noodle is a 13-year-old rescue dog whose owner, Jonathan Graziano, records and posts waking his pug up nearly every morning on TikTok.
Graziano, a social media manager in New York City, sits Noodle upright to see if the dog can stand on his own.
If Noodle can stand, it’s a “bones day,” and if he flops back over, it’s a “no bones day.”
A bones day means you should get out of bed and make the most of your day, Graziano said. If you’ve been procrastinating doing something, a bones day is the day to do it, he added. A no bones day is a day to implement self-care and do activities that are more inward-looking, Graziano explained.
The pug’s rise to internet fame may have happened over a couple months, but Graziano said he’s been doing this morning routine since he adopted Noodle six years ago.
Graziano also lives his life according to Noodle’s predictions, such as wearing soft clothes like sweatpants on no bones days. “I think it’s just been a really nice reason for people to either get out of bed in the morning or to take better care of themselves,” he said.