An alternative to the viral Chipotle hack


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Hello fellow citizens of the internet! Andrew here. Welcome to today’s edition of web_crawlr.

We’re almost at the end of the week and today’s top stories are about: How a joke has crowds of TikTokers convinced that the Mona Lisa was stolena Walmart error resulting in a customer getting a wild amount of cheeseMeta says it will Restrict data to juvenile users which advertisers can see, and the creator of the massively viral Chipotle Cheesesteak Quesadilla Hack share an alternative option.

Then our political reporter Claire has them weekly”Dirty erasing‘ column, and below we have a story about a ‘karen.”

— AW

⚡ Today’s top stories

A “Minions” joke convinced TikTok that the Mona Lisa was stolen from the Louvre

If someone steals the Mona Lisa, it would make headlines around the world. However, this has not stopped Stop crowds of TikTokers from saying the Mona Lisa was stolen this weekend with no real evidence that it’s true.


“These deli workers are MAAADDDD”: Walmart customer orders .25 pounds of cheese – but gets 30 pounds of cheese instead

One person online has gone viral after claiming that their Order .25 pounds of cheese from Walmart somehow resulted in them receiving 30 pounds of cheese.


Meta plans to limit youth data shown to advertisers

From March will advertisers can only see the age and location from teenage users.


“This video is specially made for people who can’t get the quesadilla in their chipotle”: The creator of the viral quesadilla hack shares an alternative option

The creator who made the popular wild viral chipotle cheesesteak quesadilla hack uncovered an alternative possibility for those who cannot use the hack.


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🗳️ Dirty erase

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George Santos built his campaign on a house of lies

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🕸️ Scour the web

Here’s what else is happening on the net.

🍴A Texas Roadhouse Employee captures a colleague Bring food to an empty table supposedly after their customers left the restaurant.

🌴 A user on TikTok has gone viral after claiming this Her boss refused to take her leavealthough it is so part of their contract.

🏠 That property management with six years of experience in the industry warns people online against the creation of falsified payslips to get approved for a new apartment.

🗣️ A woman shouted Walmart in the viral TikTok for a certain articles to be locked behind anti-theft devices: Mascara.

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🎧 A Amazon employee has found an ingenious way of circumventing a labor policy versus wear AirPods.

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👀 A oddly specific claim Doing the rounds online is that an American fast food staple caused Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro’s hospitalization in Florida.

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👋 Before you go

A TikToker has a “karen‘ accuses him steal her Amazon package in an apartment building in Atlanta, almost pulling 12 million views on the platform.

The original video shows a woman in a blue jacket holding an opened Amazon package and is yell at the person behind the camera.

‘I’m tempted to search your pockets. In fact, I’m calling the damn police,” the woman said yells at the camera.



*Initial publication: January 12, 2023 10:30 am CST

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