How Other Brands
Trolled United Airlines
By Eldrin Veloso
You probably have heard about the recent incident in a United Airlines flight where a passenger was forcibly removed from the plane.
Naturally, this made another trending topic online, with netizens turning their anger in to either slacktivism or witty 140-character antics.
But, you know you hit that bad PR level when other popular brands or personalities create content about your faux pas. Here’s how some of the popular names have thrown some shade (cleverly, might I add) on the Chicago-based airline.
When Merriam Webster started school with word of the day
📈’Volunteer’ means “someone who does something without being forced to do it.” https://t.co/qNAcMyplhZ
— Merriam-Webster (@MerriamWebster) April 11, 2017
Who better to define terms than the dictionary itself?
And Joe Thomas clarified another word of theirs
— Joe Thomas (@joethomas73) April 10, 2017
The Cleveland Browns’ offensive tackle won’t take the United Airlines CEO’s official apology sitting down—literally.
When Lego imitated life
United Airlines Lego now available. pic.twitter.com/dVY3jUsRT1
— Sam Kalidi (@samkalidi) April 12, 2017
And showed that their toys can be used to imagine every scenario—even reenactments.
*No confirmation yet from LEGO group that this content came from them.
When Pornhub got no chill
. @united You are literally the most disgusting, unbelievable, and despicable people in the world, and im a fucking porn site.
— Pornhub ARIA (@Pornhub) April 10, 2017
But it’s got a f*cking point.