May the Flamin’ Hot Cheetos forever rest in cheese.
A Seattle man revealed that he custom-built a tomb for a bag of hot Cheetos in an effort to preserve the savory snack “for centuries.”
The TikToker — who goes by the name of Sunday Nobody — posted the video Sunday depicting the whole process from start to finish.
Since it was posted, the three-minute video has gained nearly 11 million views.
“I just do these meme art projects as a fun side hobby right now. My day job is working as an animator. When I’m not at my 9 to 5, I’m usually in my art studio,” the creator told Newsweek.
“The hardest part was the weight, mixing 3,000 pounds of concrete of those 80-pound bags was strenuous. But that was all part of the fun of it.”
According to the TikToker, the entire process took nearly four months and cost $1,250 in materials.
The location of the crypt, however, remains secret.
“The way I found the land was by posting to my Instagram ‘Does anyone own land in the PNW (Pacific Northwest) that would be willing to let me bury something on their property? (not a dead body)’ and a very nice couple replied saying they’d love to be a part of the project.”
Attached to the crypt is a golden plaque that simply says “Flamin’ Hot Cheetos,” along with ingredients.
Inside, a bag of Cheetos is placed into cast resin and then suspended by chains.
The Post reached out to Sunday Nobody and the maker of Cheetos, Frito-Lay, for comment.
Several online expressed their amazement at the project.
“I thought I had been bored many times in my life, but now I’ve realized that I’ve never been truly, genuinely bored, like Cheetos-sarcophagus bored,” one user commented.
“They’ll either think we worshipped hot Cheetos or that they destroyed us all,” joked another user.
Another quipped: “What is this guy procrastinating that he felt the need to do this?”