You may have recently heard of the touching tale of Carter and his mission for nuggets. Carter tweeted fast food outlet Wendy's asking how many retweets he would need for a year's supply of free chicken nuggets, they responded asking for 18 million.
He is impressively so far sitting on 3.2m but still has a long way to go.
No doubt inspired by this, Twitter user @Abdinoorx2 went one bigger and attempted to swap a car for retweets.
He messaged Mercedes-Benz asking how many he would need in order to bag a Benz, they responded, "20 million RT's and we'll talk..." to which he replied "consider it done."
It appeared the car brand were attempting to cash in on some free marketing, after all, as one user pointed out the estimated worth of that many millions of RTs would far exceed the cost of a car or some nuggets.
But instead Mercedes messaged him a picture of a black convertible car saying they were, "clearing the road and handing it over."
Upon asking what delivery information they needed to get the car to him Mercedes replied, "Not necessary. Delivered right to your DMs above!"
Feeling pretty stupid the Twitter user tweeted '#BoycottMercedes' saying this was 'very bad for your brand.'
We're sure that boycott is going to catch on mate. You got played.