The DoorDash horror story has a happy ending


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

we I crawled the internet for you today and our top stories are about: TikTokers calling the latest fraudulent ad look out, a DoorDash horror story with happy endings, a look at what Airbnb owners are like in Ukraine struggle to stay afloatand a viral video about it a relevant work experience.

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โšก Today’s top stories

“I got ripped off”: TikTokers call Candy Planet “bucket” scam

In addition to cheating headphones and questionable hoodiesthere is another one fraudulent TikTok ad Keeping an eye out: a bucket of sweets.


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DoorDash customer says the driver ate her meal – but the restaurant owner remade it and delivered it himself

In a viral video, a woman praised a restaurant owner who your order remade and delivered after her The DoorDash driver allegedly spooked them.


As donations dry up and winter looms, Airbnb owners in Ukraine are struggling to stay afloat

bookings are still tight.


The worker taunts bosses who make you sit through a 45-minute “town hall meeting” only to tell you they’re not giving raises this year

Instantly, Commentators chimed in With their own similar stories.


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Here’s what else is happening on the net.

๐Ÿฅก Would you complain about getting too much chinese food?

๐Ÿฆด A TikToker goes viral for claims that acne medication turned Their bones are black.

๐Ÿฅช Panera bread is called to duty a very disappointing mealโ€“ including underfill salad dressing and an expensive one half a sandwich.

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๐Ÿ”‹ A woman’s response to a call for ridiculous things creators had to explain on TikTok zu Menschen leaves viewers wondering how an adult can go so long without one Knowing that computers need charging.

๐ŸŒ Is there one First amendment right to the meeting in the metaverse?

๐Ÿ’ต Dollar General has come under fire several times over the past year for the state of its business.

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๐Ÿ‘‹ Before you go

A 7-Eleven workers posted a viral clip describing what happens to employees when they don’t ask a customer identification when buying alcohol or cigarettes.

According to TikToker’s video, he has received a โ€œred cardโ€ from a woman who was try to buy beer. He claims it works as one penal system for workers.

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*Initial publication: November 23, 2022 at 11:00 am CST

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