Man creates 3000lbs coffin for Flamin' Hot Cheetos for future civilisations to find
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Featured Image Credit: @Sunday.nobody / TikTok
Ever thought about what food and drink might exist in the future? Well thanks to one man, there will definitely still be Flamin' Hot Cheetos.
Giant bags of the tasty snacks are always on my shopping list when I visit the US (we can get them in the UK, but the bags are nowhere near as big), and I'm sure many fans of the crisps would be happy to see them live a long life.
However, on the off chance they disappear from production, TikTok user Sunday Nobody has got our backs.
Or, at least the backs of future generations.
The TikToker shares what he describes as 'meme art' on his page, with his giant, 3000lbs (214st) coffin his latest creation.
In a clip shared on his page, the content creator explained how he began the process by creating the shape of the structure, which would be made out of reinforced concrete.
He bent and welded some metal to support the concrete, then proceeded to create a 'bathtub'-like shape.
After 2,100lbs of concrete and 'a bunch of random bruises', Sunday Nobody had completed the sarcophagus, as well as a headstone which described the Cheetos inside.
Now, when I say 'described', I don't mean with a nice tribute to the cheesy snacks, talking about how loved they were and how they will be survived by their fans.
I mean a genuine description explaining all of the ingredients that go into making them.
Bag of Flamin' Hot Cheetos secured, Sunday Nobody covered the bag in resin and proceeded to suspend it from the middle of the coffin, allowing the bag to float like some holy, spicy, orange angel while also keeping it safe in the event of an earthquake.
Then, it was time for the burial.
Hours of digging, one grape-break and one cute corgi later, the hole was complete and the coffin was lowered in.
The Cheetos' grave was covered over, and a plaque was placed announcing that it contained a 'historical artefact' which should not be uncovered for '10,000 years'.
The TikToker assured that the company behind Flamin' Hot Cheetos were not at all aware of his project, but there's a good chance they'll make the headlines when the grave is uncovered in 10,000 years.
If only we could be there to see it happen.