Red Bull better watch out — there's a new drink on the market that's so in demand peeps are petitioning to guzzle its tasty greatness.
A Change.org user, Innes Mck, is responsible for the petition, which is a plea to drink the thick, soupy fluid found in the recently unearthed Egyptian sarcophagus. Yes, you read that correctly and yes, people are insane.
The petition states:
We need to drink the red liquid from the cursed dark sarcophagus in the form of some sort of carbonated energy drink so we can assume its powers and finally die.
As of Monday morning, the petition had gathered a whopping 17,500 supporters, despite the fact that the mucky, reddish sludge is reportedly sewage water, which, according to the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities, explains why the mummies had been reduced to skeletons.
Check it out:
Some on Twitter could not respond with words:
Most commenters were grossed out and aghast:
hei can you delete this picture? This is disgusting😩😩😩😩😩— Lina jaftoran (@LinaJaftoran) July 23, 2018
A true believer, Innes Mck would have none of the sewage water theory, saying:
Please stop trying to tell me the skeleton juice is mostly sewage thats impossible everyone knows skeletons cannot poop.
Others on Twitter found some humor in the situation:
Let them. Then they’ll die. Then we’ll laugh and that’ll prove “natural selection”— Kenzie🇬🇧 (@kenzingtonGB) July 22, 2018
My milkshake brings all the cursed to the yard and they’re like, you’ll soon gonna die. 🤣🤣🤣🤣— Esteban Morales (@stevemorales27) July 23, 2018
Looks like these commenters may have signed the petition:
oh gosh, who knows? that was a 3am tweet from me. last night I also signed a petition to allow us to drink from juice from the weird sarcophagus they just unearthed so I can only assume I was being ridiculous. Carry on!— Katherine (@ohthatkatherine) July 20, 2018
This theory seems about right:
Unfortunately, the opportunity to consume this nectar from the netherworld (or nether regions) may already have passed. As reported by HuffPost, a video posted on YouTube by an Egyptian news outlet shows a man dumping containers of the liquid onto the street.