If we didn’t know any better, we’d think these startling posts are from the official account of St. Peter Life Plan and Chapels. They are, of course, not. No, St. Peter did not hire a hip millennial social media manager to boost their engagement and they didn’t hire a creative team to make ads like the bizarre RC Cola ones either (whew!). The parody accounts’ anonymous admins aren’t afraid to be savage and toe the line between funny and offensive. Strangely enough, all their posts so far have certainly made us laugh despite ourselves. So if you’re into this kind of humor (if not, that’s cool but loosen up!), read on!
It’s called reverse psychology
After all, the business needs customers.
MyDay at IG stories ba kamo?
Wag na lang pala.
These coffins look lit
Not gonna lie, those look cool.
Marketing strategy 101
That’s some A-level rhyming right there.
Planning that reunion in the middle of a pandemic?
St. Peter parody accounts are discouraging you in the scariest way possible. Sige ka, susunduin ka nila!
Bato bato sa langit…
Why do you have to hurt
me people like this?!
Their next targets
And you’ll find yourself tagging people that fit their “next target” descriptions.
But they also make important reminders
It’s a scary way to get your point across but we hear you, St. Peter. We’re going to stay at home and practice social distancing. Mahirap na, baka maging next target pa kami.
What do you think of these St. Peter parody accounts?