‘If monoliths appear in India’: this festival of memes has left Internet users laughing out loud

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi | Updated: December 10, 2020 2:50:39 pm

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The ‘discovery’ of monoliths at multiple locations has sparked an online meme festival. As the jokes about his alien links continued, the desi folks on Twitter have sparked their ideas about what would happen if monoliths were found in India. And the results are hilarious.

The glittering metallic monoliths that flicker and fail were first seen in the US and Romania and later spread elsewhere. While it was used by major global brands in the US to create memes to advertise their products, people in India are showing how the metal column would be vandalized, either with bills stuck to it or a couple engraving their names on it.

The funny but relatable memes were first triggered on Reddit and have now taken Twitter and Instagram by storm. Seeing its popularity, even government agencies and police forces also joined.

Touch the monolith with your smart card to open the doors of the Delhi metro. pic.twitter.com/kTgV5J3ClP

– Delhi Metro Rail Corporation I कृपया मास्क पहनें😷 (@OfficialDMRC) December 9, 2020

On my feet before it got cold. 😎 # HallaBol | #RoyalsFamily | #Monolith pic.twitter.com/wrR2dN3yOD

– Rajasthan Royals (@rajasthanroyals) December 9, 2020

Keep guessing and keep failing!

Keeping a password mysterious and difficult to guess can ensure your digital security.

Some mysteries will remain mysteries. # MonolithMystery # ThinkSafetyFirst pic.twitter.com/JxVfh5uGBa

– Assam Police (@assampolice) December 8, 2020

If monolith was found in India 🇮🇳

Last featured photo photo pic.twitter.com/xpzOGmPO3k

– Venu M Popuri (@BleedYelloww) December 7, 2020

If a monolith was found in India – (bath version) pic.twitter.com/WEjfPygdHJ

– The Dumb Doctor (@Sir_Chatur) December 7, 2020

If #Monoliths are found in #India.
A #PK series

1) साक्षात दण्डवत प्रणाम 🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/UE0yiqAP3j

– Ajay (@bhejaleaks) December 7, 2020

If monoliths appear on someone’s own land in India

Owner of the land: pic.twitter.com/Hi8L1z7JnQ

– ಪರಮಾತ್ಮ (@madhu_says) December 9, 2020

😂😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/BujHKLnzO6

– S Ravind King (@sravindking) December 6, 2020

If #Monolith appears in India, the next day’s scene will be: pic.twitter.com/nSuM2AmZVo

– Brother. (@brosrike) December 6, 2020

If Monolith appears in India 🤣🤣🤣

RTs if you liked it pic.twitter.com/Jl95xO6YZ5

– Shubham Dutt (@ shubhamdutt13) December 6, 2020

if monolith appears in India pic.twitter.com/VBnDoLI7X7

– sonar prayag (@prayag_sonar) December 5, 2020

if the monolith appears in India part 2 pic.twitter.com/ik2dfz6Vyz

– CHEEKU 👉🥺👈 (@Okay_Bye___) December 5, 2020

Do you remember that Monolith they found?
If it were in India! Because we are only like that !! # laughteristhebestmedicine pic.twitter.com/kZIb9uvzJo

– Joey (@DrJoyeeta) December 6, 2020

Literally no one:
Indians who use anything for stumps: pic.twitter.com/aDxUaFFFZx

– Bawaal (@iamBawaal) December 5, 2020

breaking news an unknown monolith appeared in the jubilee hills pic.twitter.com/ZXfSCTc3zJ

– Hari Tarlapally (@Heyhari_) December 5, 2020

The appearance of a metal structure in the Utah desert in late November left the world baffled, even drawing comparisons to Stan Kubrick’s sci-fi classic ‘2001: A Space Age Odyssey’. However, more than his inexplicable appearance, it was his disappearance that got everyone talking and even led to crazy theories linking him to aliens.

Since then, the glowing columns have been seen and later disappeared in Romania, California, England’s Isle of Wight, Holland, and Colombia. Countless aftershocks were reported outside of many businesses in the US in an attempt to draw in the crowds affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

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