Twitter/Tim Scott

Guy Asks Delivery Drivers: Did Carole Baskin Kill Her Ex-Husband?

Quarantine is making everyone look for new ways to communicate while still self-isolating. Tim Scott, a University of Texas at Austin advertising and PR faculty member, came up with an inventive way to communicate with his delivery couriers. 

Scott posted signs on his door to survey his couriers. Naturally, the first question was about the viral Netflix documentary that has already inspired countless memes, Tiger King.

Scott asked “Did Carole Baskin kill her husband?” and posted “yes” on one side of the door and “no” on the other.

It looks like all his couriers agreed that yes, Carole Baskin did kill her husband.

For context, Baskin’s ex-husband Don Lewis went missing in 1997 after filing for a restraining order against Baskin. Fans of Tiger King have theories that Baskin killed her husband and fed him to their tigers, or hid his body elsewhere.

Twitter loved it, and many likely agreed with the results. Scott’s tweet has almost 422,000 likes and 54,000 retweets. Scott’s sign inspired countless other memes, and he even posted a few memes of his own. One asked, “did I peak?” Another asked, “should you wash your hands?”

Did Carole Baskin kill her husband sign

Did Carole Baskin kill her husband sign

Did Carole Baskin kill her husband sign

Twitter user @DSiPaint insisted that Jeffery Epstein killed himself, because “you don’t know who may be watching this conversation.”

Scott inspired people to make their own signs and ask different questions. Twitter user @briankhory posted his own sign and asked a question that people feel quite strongly about – “is a hotdog a sandwich?” 

Did Carole Baskin kill her husband sign


People loved Scott’s idea, calling for this to be the new norm to keep couriers entertained while making deliveries.

One FedEx driver posted their experience with a similar setup on Imgur, sharing photos of a package sitting under “no” but leaving a hidden note on the other side of the box that reads “Just kidding, of course she did.” 

Did Carole Baskin kill her husband sign

Twitter user @HowdyImDuke was kind enough to post a blank template so you can make memes of your own.

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