The actor Macaulay Culkin has recently reminded people to wear their masks in a very Macaulay-like fashion. The social media post that was shared on Wednesday creeped out some followers, while others found it laugh-out-loud hilarious. All in all, the post has amassed more than half a million likes and thousands of retweets. “This is the worst thing you have ever done and I’ve seen Richie Rich,” someone commented under the now-viral tweet. Scroll down below to see it!

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Yesterday, Macaulay Culkin shared a hilarious PSA for the world about mask-wearing

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“Just staying COVID-safe wearing by the flayed skin of my younger self,” the Hollywood star tweeted to his 836k followers. “Don’t forget to wear your masks, kids.”

The tweet was accompanied by Macaulay’s selfie where he’s wearing a protective face mask. However, it’s not just any mask—an iconic shot from the movie Home Alone is printed on. It left people unsure whether to laugh or to be creeped out.

While wearing quite an iconic mask himself

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Naturally, one of the main questions under the actor’s tweet was where to get this kind of mask. Here are two shops where you can get yours: Etsy and Teezeley.

It’s not the first time that the actor has gone viral on social media for his tweets

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That one time back in August where Macaulay reminded us of his actual age was probably heart-shattering for many. “Hey guys, wanna feel old?” the actor tweeted. “I’m 40. You’re welcome.” It’s important to note that the cruel post has gathered a whopping 3.4M likes.

That are often sourcing inspiration from the iconic Home Alone

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Yet another fine example of Macaulay’s presence on social media is the post he shared back in August last year. In it, he shared a photo of him looking… not his best (or like many of us on any given weekday night) and tweeted that this is what “an updated Home Alone would actually look like.”

Here’s what people online thought

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