Brands Around the World Meme the Monolith and They Are Hilarious
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1. Jeep's rechargeable station
The car manufacturer took the chance to pretend they installed a rechargeable station in the middle of the desert for their loyal customers.
The new rechargeable Jeep® Wrangler 4xe will be out of this world. (Coming Early 2021) pic.twitter.com/lilnnzXPEo— Jeep (@Jeep) December 4, 2020
2. McDonald's ordering stand
Want a Big Mac in the middle of the desert? No Problem. McDonald's has got you covered.
welcome to McDonald's what can i get you? pic.twitter.com/iIgd8J5QIW— McDonald's (@McDonalds) December 1, 2020
3. The Oreo McFlurry
Quick to jump in on the fun, Oreo said they would order their McFlurry from the new stand.
We'll take one OREO McFlurry, please! pic.twitter.com/eyyZVwksNv— OREO Cookie (@Oreo) December 1, 2020
4. A Budweiser fridge
So that's what the monolith was! A giant fridge full of refreshing Budweisers.
Monolith mystery solved: it's a beer fridge pic.twitter.com/AD7SQwDe6g— Budweiser (@budweiserusa) December 1, 2020
5. An IBM Data Center
IBM just assumed it was one of their data centers and returned home after taking a brief vacation in Utah and Romania.
The monolith didn't disappear, it just came home. pic.twitter.com/aJyv8GCbmZ— IBM (@IBM) December 2, 2020
6. An old-fashioned phone station
Folks at AT&T want us to believe it was an old fashioned phone station allowing lost people to call back home for help.
Yet another mysterious monolith appears. pic.twitter.com/NIUCTmdE4i— AT&T Business (@ATTBusiness) December 3, 2020
7. Ordering a cajun fillet biscuit
Finally, last but not least, Bojangles insinuated that the teleporting monolith was traveling around the world looking for a cajun fillet biscuit. We can almost believe them!
BREAKING: teleporting monolith stops off at Bojangles for a cajun filet biscuit pic.twitter.com/ZfacMy9BqF— Bojangles (@Bojangles) December 1, 2020
Meanwhile, it seems someone has finally stepped up and taken credit for the Utah monolith. A group of artists that refer to themselves as The Most Famous Artist posted pictures of the Utah monolith on their website and social media accounts.
When followers asked "Was it you?" the account answered, "if by you you mean us, yes." Could these artists known for their very popular public relations stunts be behind the two mysterious monoliths? Time will unveil this mystery and we will be following their accounts to find out more.
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