We’ve always been told that what we see on TV and in movies isn’t real. But some of these stories have become part of our history as we grew up watching them unfold on screen. Certain movies and TV shows are so convincing that you would believe that the fictional characters and fake companies and products are real. These are our top five favourite fake companies we wish we could work for or spend our money at:
When young Bruce Wayne‘s mother and businessman father were killed, he inherited their vast fortune which included the lucrative family business, Wayne Enterprises. Wayne Enterprises is the backbone of Gotham and also the reason Batman has such badass gadget and gear.
Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory
Free chocolate for life and Oompa-Loompas to dance and sing with is any child’s dream. If you grew up loving the story of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory then you’ve probably dreamed about being Charlie Bucket who visits this awesome sweets factory filled with fun and shrouded in mystery.
Mina Moo & Co.
Who wouldn’t want to work for beloved Mina Moo at her diary company in Klokkiesvlei?
Weasley’s Wizard Wheezes
Twins, Fred and George Weasley from the Harry Potter franchise started their own joke shop after ditching out on Hogwarts. The shop is located in the popular Diagon Alley and would be an awesome place to earn your Galleons.
Sirius Cybernetics Corp.
This company originates from the Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy franchise. It’s primarily in the business of creating robots and other high-tech gadgets and devices. Its most famous robot is Marvin – a robot with emotions that has become extremely depressed and has a generally grim outlook on life, the universe and everything.
BONUS: Central Perk
Here you get paid to hangout with your friends and drink free coffee all day long. Plus, judging by Rachel‘s extensive wardrobe, expensive-looking hairdos, apartment in New York City and glowing skin, this is one of the fake companies that pays huge bucks for minimal to no effort nor work ethic.
Drop us a comment and let us know which fake companies you dreamed of working for or spending your money at when you were growing up.