Decode this sentence: "Ape holders can use multiple slurp juices on a single ape."
Imagine if all your favorite video games charged say, thousands of real dollars to customize your character. Every Sim's outfit, every Rocket League decal, every Among Us skin. Sure, plenty of games have microtransactions or in-app purchases, but you'd be hard pressed to find digital content that costs more than a few hundred dollars.
Until now, that is, because in an absolutely incomprehensible tweet, an NFT marketplace is doing just that.
The tweet is blowing people's minds online, and it's not hard to see why. We're pretty sure most of the words in the tweet, pictured below, have never before been used next to each other in history of the English language. Also, we added our own punctuation so you don't feel like you're having a complete stroke while reading it.
"A lotta yall still dont get it. Ape holders can use multiple slurp juices on a single ape so if you have 1 astro ape and 3 slurp juices you can create 3 new apes. Tonight's slurp juice mint event is essentially a minting event for both Lab Monkes and Special Forces," Rare Candy said online yesterday.
A stroll through the quote tweets to the above is a real gem, funny enough to provide at least one guaranteed modicum of dopamine.
Imagine "showing this tweet to Plato and Aristotle," one user quipped about the NFT mumbo jumbo.
Indeed. This whole thing would make any philosopher's head hurt.
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