“Cruel” sign at Domino goes viral

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We’ve scoured the internet for you today and our top stories are about: A “cruel” sign in Domino that’s faced a lot of criticism, a Target employee explains why quit his job after a short timeKanye West’s subreddit redirect your focus amidst his anti-Semitic remarks, and a “Karen” captured on video..

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Until tomorrow!

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โšก Today’s top stories

๐Ÿ• VIRAL
‘Seems a bit cruel’: Sign at Domino’s says ‘Please don’t feed the staff’

A sign at Domino Has met with criticism and sparked discussions after they are put online.

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๐ŸŽฏ WORK
Target worker says he quit after 3 weeks. Here’s why

The TikToker explains that he stop working for the retailer after such a short time because The administration threatened to let him go if he doesn’t work faster.

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๐Ÿ’ปTECHNOLOGY
Kanye West Subreddit Renamed Taylor Swift Fan Page, Holocaust Awareness Content After Appearance in Alex Jones’ InfoWars

The subreddit r/ Kanyehas a Reddit fansite dedicated to Ye turned his attention away again by the producer/rapper after making a ton of anti-Semitic remarks.

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๐Ÿš— KAREN
Arbeiter says ‘Karen’ neighbor told him to ‘leave’ parking lot and accused him of not being a renter

A Boston “Karen” went viral after she was caught on camera in the parking lot of an apartment complex Accusing a tenant of not living there.

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๐Ÿ’ธA Lyft rider went viral on TikTok after showing how he would do it only get paid $50 for a ridethe costs the customer $242.

๐Ÿ— This person PPE about the Price of Burger King chicken nuggets goes viral.

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Cheyenne says in the clip while trying stifle her laughterโ€œMy roommate works for a Fortune 500 companiesAnd you are making her Venmo $40 to attend her own Christmas party.โ€ She ends the clip with a yell.

Woman in bed speaking Caption'When a Fortune 500 company makes its employees $40 to attend their own Christmas party' (l) Woman in bed speaking Caption'When a Fortune 500 company makes its employees $40 to attend their own Christmas party

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*Initial publication: December 7, 2022 at 11:00 am CST

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