This Strange Poster in Boston Has So Many People Confused
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Sometimes you just look at a flyer or a billboard and just scratch your head. Like everyone else, you're confused.
This has been happening all week, and blowing up on social media, with a weird new post on light poles that's very strange.
At first, one was noticed, then another, and so on and so on, until finally people were questioning what it was. The post blew up on Twitter and Facebook on Only In Boston.
Is this for real? Parents are giving away a car to anyone willing to date their son? Ok, there's a lot of crazy in this world, but who would do this? And this flyer was on many poles in Eastie and Boston, according to Only In Boston.
Creating a stir is what it was meant to do.
Do you remember in 2007 when the city of Boston thought it was under attack, but it was a TV show campaign for "Adult Swim"? The bomb squad was called out and people were advised to stay away from the area where an LED placard was found.
That was 16 years ago, and now we have another suspicious sign around Boston creating a raucous.
The story has finally surfaced, and it's another guerilla marketing campaign for a new Jennifer Lawrence movie due out in June 2023, called No Hard Feelings.
Here's the trailer. See if you think these posters are connected to the movie.
The movie looks hilarious, and with social media being 16 years wiser, it didn't take long for people to figure it out, but there were some stressed out people for a few days anyway.
So now we both know what the heck happened. Here's to having 'no hard feelings' about this post.