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

Nice Monday! We start the week with important reports on: Using White Castle AI-Powered Drive-Thru Robotsan Instacart buyer hit the alarm about a scam, a “Ketchup Karen,” and how “personality‘ are all over TikTok right now.

After that we have ourA stupid conspiracy” column from our Tech Reporter Michael.

Until tomorrow!

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⚡ Today’s top stories

“What terms and conditions do you agree to?”: White Castle’s drive-through robot asks the customer to agree to the “Terms and Conditions” before placing an order

White lock has joined the train in use AI-powered servers.


Instacart shopper shares PSA after a customer tried to scam her by impersonating the company

That’s what an Instacart buyer claims A customer tried to scam you by pretending to be an Instacart representative via the app in a now-viral video warning others to be vigilant when taking orders.


McDonald’s ‘Ketchup Karen’ throws an oversized amount of ketchup on her burger

A McDonald’s customer has a ‘karen‘ argue with employees about the amount of ketchup on her burger.


The “personality rental” office divides viewers. Do these charming colleagues actually help in the workplace?

personality is hiring” are all over TikTok now.


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Here’s what else is happening on the net.

💸 A nightclub server says a customer left his number and wanted to cheat on his wife – but only gave the server a 10% tip.

🍟 is it ok order a bunch of fast food on holiday?

✏️ This TikToker is going viral for sharing the “strange” personality assessment They were given on a application.

🍳 Did you ever asked like the “cheese eggs” are made at the Waffle House?

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🥪 A customer caught Subway employees”relax‘ in the store and close the doors before the store closes.

🛒 A Walmart employee shared a PSA with viewers who might want the so-called “slip and fall” Fraud in one of the shops.

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👋 Before you go

In a viral TikTok, at arbys customer recorded a tense interaction between a manager and a client, leading to discussion in the comments.

The video was uploaded by user @sofakingweetodded as he recorded the dispute at an Arby location in Hudson, Ohio. The video starts with the manager scold a customer and snatched his drink from him and said, “Enjoy your day.” That Quarrels arise from there.

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*Initial publication: December 5, 2022 at 11:00 am CST

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