ARTIST BUILDS GIANT CEMENT SARCOPHAGUS TO KEEP SAFE A BAG OF FLAMING HOT CHEETOS FOR FUTURE
A 28-year-old Seattle artists known as Sunday Nobody on TikTok, built an elaborate 3,000-pound, reinforced-concrete sarcophagus to bury a small bag of Flamin' Hot Cheetos "for future civilisations to find."
The TikToker shared the entire four-month-long process in and the video has since been viewed more than 10 million times. The artists has constructed the entire project from scratch which includes the moulding for the sarcophagus.
"Twenty-one-hundred pounds of concrete and a bunch of random bruises later," he left the sarcophagus and headstone for a month and a half to dry. After a month, he used a pry bar and sledgehammer to remove the moulding, dyed the sarcophagus black. One of the last steps was flipping the 900-pound headstone over with the help of his car. He then embossed Flamin' Hot Cheetos' ingredients on the gold leaf headstone as a finishing touch.
He also added a shiny plaque on top with the ingredients of the popular snack food.
Making a 3000lbs. sarcophagus with a bag of flaming hot cheetos inside and burying it for future civilizations to find pic.twitter.com/GdNGKqAqyS— Sunday Nobody (@sunday_nobody) November 5, 2022