Is This a Warning About Dry Christmas Trees or a Heavy Metal Album Cover?
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Tweeted out a warning about the fire hazard of dry Christmas trees.
Because, as the warning states, “A dry Christmas tree burns faster than newspaper.”
But the picture they chose to drive home their point could easily be the cover of some cheesy metal band’s album. It’s got a partial skeleton standing in front of a tree, surrounded by an orange glow that’s apparently supposed to represent flames.
One person called it “the most metal PSA I’ve ever seen in my life,” and someone else said, quote, “I want to hear this album.”
The USCPSC took it in stride, saying, quote, “Welcome new followers from Skeleton Twitter, Metal Twitter and ‘Why do I find this skeleton attractive?’ Twitter.”
— US Consumer Product Safety Commission (@USCPSC) November 14, 2021