Mankind has been successfully avoiding the Noid for over 25 years... until now. And, in a shocking turn of events, the Noid may no longer be an enemy, but an ally in our fight against the greatest threat our species has ever faced: robots.
The Takeout’s Robot Beat is devoted to informing readers about the many ways robots are trying to destroy us, one of which is to find ways of infiltrating the food biz. Two weeks ago Domino’s announced that it was officially in cahoots with the robots, using the Nuro R2—the first completely autonomous, driverless, on-road delivery vehicle. And now I’ve learned that the Noid, once known primarily for incompetent boobery, has come out of retirement to stop this robot at all costs.
Starting today, you can see the Noid’s attempts to destroy the Nuro R2 in a new series of commercials from Domino’s. Thus far, the attempts have been a massive failure, but I believe in the Noid, because someone needs to be brave enough to fight these robots with their bare fists, and I’m not doing it.
Starting May 7, the Noid will also be appearing in the new Crash Bandicoot mobile game as one of the mini bosses, because it seems that Crash Bandicoot is secretly a robot sympathizer who must also be stopped at all costs. If the Noid is willing to fight for the survival of our species, maybe it will inspire more people to stand up and do the same. Just you try to avoid the Noid this time, you filthy robots!