Meme Mania Erupts as Mark Zuckerberg's Hawaii Compound Takes Social Media by Storm

Allison DeGrushe - Author

Dec. 20 2023, Published 1:02 p.m. ET

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In a startling revelation, Wired recently exposed Mark Zuckerberg's jaw-dropping scheme to build a massive $100 million Hawaiian compound, boasting an underground bunker, self-sustaining food, and energy sources. The covert nature of this raises eyebrows and fuels speculation that the billionaire might be preparing for a doomsday scenario.

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As the masses ponder whether the Meta founder is privy to some ominous information, a wave of darkly humorous memes has flooded our social media feeds. Brace yourselves for a dose of twisted laughter as we unveil the top eight memes that encapsulate the surreal situation. Check them out below!

What do you think?

While it might be tempting to dismiss this as a billionaire's eccentricity, this could be Zuckerberg's unconventional solution to stave off boredom. With his immense wealth, it's not surprising that he'd work on something this absurd, wouldn't you agree? However, the alternative narrative suggests a more alarming motive — a genuine fear driving him to believe that his underground bunker holds the key to survival in a scary future.

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This sounds like something straight out of a film...

No lies here — this scenario could make for a gripping movie. Would you tune in? The plot is bizarrely fascinating, although we all know it's just a far-fetched fantasy... or is it?

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The real-life Alvar Hanso.

OK, is Zuckerberg oblivious to the cautionary tales of shows like Lost? What on earth is going through his mind?!

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We highly doubt Zuckerberg would be smart enough to include a tanning bed.

Within the dim confines of Zuckerberg's compound, inhabitants are destined for a life of misery and a complexion that makes "pale AF" seem like a compliment. Perhaps the Facebook CEO's penchant for the bunker is not just about vanity; it might be a desperate bid to continue evading the sun's rays that he seemingly fears.

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The fiction we enjoy has officially been unveiled as nonfiction.

The nail-biting finale of A Murder at the End of the World primarily unfolded in the high-tech billionaire Andy Ronson's (Clive Owen) underground bunker — ring a bell? It certainly does! Frankly, the limited series as a whole appears to be a chilling echo of Zuckerberg's endeavors and those of a select cadre of billionaire titans.

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Once again, the fiction we love is no longer just fiction — it's real life.

Well, it seems May (Kiersey Clemons) hit the nail on the head in Monarch: Legacy of Monsters.

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"Pink Friday 2" is more important than the end of the world.

Listen, the "Queen of Rap" has been absent from the touring scene for almost half a decade. So, if the apocalypse is imminent, can it at least wait until after Nicki Minaj's highly anticipated "Pink Friday 2 World Tour"? Our tickets are in hand, and nothing, not even Zuckerberg's underground compound, will keep us from witnessing the spectacle.

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We would pass on staying in Zuckerberg's underground compound.

Opting to reserve a spot in Zuckerberg's underground compound? That's a resounding no from anyone in their right mind. Who in the world would willingly sign up for that chilling adventure? Not us, that's for sure!

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