Zomato, Domino’s and more share funny tweets on air pollution in Delhi

The air quality in Delhi-NCR is deteriorating and the city is covered with a thick layer of haze. The AQI in the capital remained in the ‘very poor’ or ‘severe’ category due to inclement weather conditions and increase in pollutants. Interestingly, many verified users and brands put on their creative hats and have some conversations on the subject. Popular brands like Zomato and Domino’s took to Twitter to share the plight of their followers during this bad weather. His posts can make internet users relate and bear poor air quality with a smile. Take a look at the post here:

Sorry Delhi-NCR, our chat support can’t help if your chicken is delivered as smoked chicken – zomato (@zomato) 7 November 2022

Take a peek at Dear Delhi-NCR, here’s your friendly neighborhood Domino’s with a quick reminder! I

AQI is high, order from home today, brother!#dominoesindia

— dominoes_india (@dominos_india) 7 November 2022

In a clever reference to the smoky weather in the capital city, zomato Shared a funny meme. “Sorry Delhi-NCR, if your chicken is delivered as smoked chicken, our chat support can’t help,” wrote zomato in his tweet. The tweet has garnered over 13k likes since being shared. “Delhi is so polluted that we haven’t seen this joke coming,” agreed one user, while another felt, “Not a joke. People are falling ill in Delhi!

Meanwhile, popular pizza brand Domino’s left an important but gentle reminder to stay home and avoid being out among the bad air quality, He wrote in his post, “Dear Delhi-NCR Peeps, here is your friendly neighborhood Domino’s with a quick reminder! AQI is high, order from home aaj kar le bhai.” Apart from this, dating app Tinder also took a dig at air pollution by giving it its own spin. to keep track:

Delhi’s pollution so bad, can’t even say I’m seeing anyone ️- Tinder India (@Tinder_India) 7 November 2022

He wrote, “Pollution in Delhi so bad, can’t even say I’m seeing anyone.” The hilarious tweet also brought in multiple reactions and comments.

What do you think about the tweets and memes of brands on Delhi’s air pollution? Tell us your thoughts in the comments.

This article was referred by:- food.ndtv.com

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