It's so secret that nihilism has gone mainstream in the last few years, particularly in memes. But no matter how calloused we get to jokes about the void, a vending machine invoking death is always going to give one pause.
For instance, this Coca-Cola machine in New Zealand that reads, "Hello, Death." This terrifying sentence is the result of some good old-fashioned linguistic hijinks, and is not, in fact, an existential reflection on the part of a popular soft drink.
Coke was attempting to combine English and te reo Māori, the language spoken by New Zealand's indigenous people. The Guardian reports that the language is undergoing a revival, and Coke's attempt to take part in this did not go well.