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⚡ Today’s top stories

“It’s not worth just walking”: Guests discover a spooky secret cellar at Airbnb

in a moment straight out of a horror moviewhich a TikToker and his friends allegedly discovered their Airbnb came with a hidden bonus– in the form of a dark cellar.


‘They can’t stand us getting a raise’: Uber drivers launch 24-hour strike after company files lawsuits to halt fare hikes

Uber driver in New York City are noticeable in response to the company’s lawsuit to block a decision Uber has to pay drivers more.


Woman shares her ‘nightmare’ experience ordering from Bath & Body Works after LaserShip botched delivery

An online user sparked a discussion after claiming it no longer order from Bath & Body Works in large part to the Delivery service they use, LaserShip.


Proud Boys supporters plan to fast during upcoming leadership Capitol riot trial

That proud boys urge their supporters Skipping meals to improve their leaders’ chances of success during her recently started sedition trial.


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A young Na'vi child swimming in water in Avatar: The Way of Water

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The “avatar” discourse repeats itself with the debut of the sequel

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💼 A user on TikTok sparked a discussion after claiming that she were terminated by SMS after being accused of calling in sick to go on a date.

🎯 In a video with over 5.5 million viewsa TikToker wearing a red hoodie can be seen answering a question from a Target customer. They are not employees of Target.

🛍️ A new one DoorDash driver sent a message for the popular online food delivery service, pleading with the company to give drivers a way to rate customers.

‼️ A Twitch streamer is met with harsh criticism online for him Response to a viewer and streamer who told him that during his stream her mother died.

⚽ From the Daily Dot’s’presser‘vertical:”How the digital public space contributed to the NWSL’s big reckoning.”

🥡 As Grocery delivery apps This once simple process has multiplied greatly more complicatedand more expensive.

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👋 Before you go

TikTok user Ku’uipo Dawn (@Kuuipodawn) got caught in the crosshairs of a “Karen” situation outside with her little daughter. In the video that has been piling up 11.1 million viewsa woman behind the camera accuses Ku’uipo of being a bad mother.

That ‘karen‘ questionabledrew drastic conclusions about Dawn’s parentingShe said in the clip, “What kind of mother puts a coat on herself and not on her daughter?” dusk tries to explain that they just went to the car, but was cut off.

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*Initial publication: December 21, 2022 at 11:00 am CST

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