Skip to comments.Hotel booking sites report that searches for FICTIONAL Wakanda from Black Panther are up 620% (tr)
Posted on 03/14/2018 1:26:15 PM PDT by EdnaMode
It seems that the Black Panther movie has done such a good job of immersing audiences in its world that many people think it's real.
Two hotel booking sites have revealed that site searches for the word 'Wakanda' the name of the fictional African country the movie is set in have risen dramatically.
Hotelscan.com reported that the number of people landing on its Wisconsin Wakanda Water Park page is up by 620 per cent and Hotels.com reported that searches for neighbouring Wakanda Park are up by 55 per cent year on year.
A spokesperson for hotelscan.com commented: 'The fact we've seen such an increase in the number of site visits to the Wakanda Water Park destination page on our website since the launch of Black Panther suggests that, until people visit our website searching for trips, they're not aware it's a fictional destination.
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They can waste their money on visiting Wakanda if they want to. But I’m buying 5 lbs of vibranium on e-bay. I’ll be able to stop paying for medical insurance and I’ll have super powers.
I understand you can’t get there anyway because Wakanda international Airport has been snowed in.
Global warming strikes again.
Wakanda is right next to Zamunda.
Wakanda and Zamunda:
But where is Wacompton??
You can’t find it on the inner-web because they don’t want outsiders coming in.
Keep visiting juntas until you find one that seems a’ight.
Does that mean that Bumf*ck is a real place?
What about Clawhammer, Egypt??????
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