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

Our top stories Today is about: Complaints from “ghosts‘ on Twitter, a look at how the viral ‘Pink Sauce’ went from a TikTok craze to being sold at Walmarta viral video in which an Amazon employee explains how to tell if it’s you receive a returned itemand like a popular forum for adult entertainers is formwork.

Then our IRL reporter tricia has them weekly”Problematic on TikTok” Pillar.

Until tomorrow!

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Elon Musk promises to investigate whether liberal “ghosts” still haunt Twitter’s algorithms and offices

One user even referred to those alleged liberal saboteurs as “awakened spirits‘ while urging Musk to cover his back.


Pink Sauce’s unlikely journey from TikTok to Walmart

The Viral pink sauce went from a fixation on TikTok to last July on the shelves of Walmart.


A former Amazon employee shares how to tell if you’ve received a returned package

A former Amazon employee has gone viral for sharing as customers can see if you have receive a resold package from the corporate giant.


A Huge Loss’: Stripper Web, a popular forum for adult entertainers, is closing after 20 years

The forum that hosts about 900,000 posts and discussion threads of workers in the adult entertainment sector, said in a statement the site’s formwork was a “Difficult Decision.”


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💼 A TikToker’s advice for people who often have personal emergencies the affect their working life is well received by viewers on the platform.

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A Chick-fil-A worker claimed one customer insisted when buying a hamburger at Chick-fil-A as She thought she was at McDonald’s.

the Video showed TikTok user Lexi (@lexbreezy5) sitting in her car and provided some background information that she “worked at Chick-fil-A on and off for six years” because she is a college student and has returned for the holidays after not working there for a year.

“A lot has changed, but there are things that haven’t changed and the things that haven’t changed are those People who show up at our drive-thru and act like fools,” she says. Then she did plunged into history about the incident with the customer.

Chick-fil-A employee speaks in car with headline

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*Initial publication: January 31, 2023 10:30 am CST

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