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

Happy Friday! Our top stories Today is about: A customer who catches a restaurant catfishing them on Uber Eatsa behind-the-scenes look at the push by civil rights groups enact privacy lawsan exclusive account of a teenager who said an anti-trans article about his puberty blockers misunderstood factsand a virus DoorDash drink delivery failed.

Then our culture editor tiffany has she “Online this week” column and shares with you their choices for memes of the week.

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⚡ Today’s top stories

“These people are directly cheating”: A customer catches a restaurant using photos they don’t own to advertise menu items on Uber Eats

When a TikToker’s food arrived, it was a pale imitation of photos online. That makes sense because, as the user reveals in a viral video, it uses the photos from the restaurant simply taken from various sites on the Internet.


Behind the scenes, civil rights groups on Capitol Hill are pushing for privacy laws to be passed

They are hold The American Privacy Act lively.


EXCLUSIVE: ‘It’s My Story, Not Hers’: Teen Says Anti-Trans Article About Her Puberty Blockers Has Wrong Facts

A non-binary teenager tweeted explain their side of the story after a conservative exit published an article about it largely due to her mother’s reluctance and eventual resistance to gender-affirming foster care.


DoorDash customer says she only received a partial refund after coffee spilled as there was something left in the cup

A Cincinnati-area TikToker featured a DoorDash drink delivery that was an absolute failureCommentators weigh in other DoorDash bugs they are said to have experienced.


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🗣️ This week on the internet

By Tiffany Kelly

Early 2000's high school video of student (l) Early 2000's high school video of student (c) Early 2000's high school video of student (r)


The early 2000s weren’t that “chill” – despite the nostalgic videos

In every issue of web_crawlr we have exclusive original content every day. On Fridays, our senior culture editor, Tiffany Kelly, rounds up the week’s most pressing online discourse in her “Online this week” Column. If you want to read such columns before everyone else, Subscribe to web_crawlr to get your daily scoop of internet culture delivered straight to your inbox.

🕸️ Scour the web

Here’s what else is happening on the net.

🆔 Two women made their way to Las Vegas say they were refused alcohol at the airport because that ID only they wore them was a vertical.

📷A photographer recently shared one of the dark side of wedding photography: receive forget when it’s time for everyone to eat.

💸 A user on TikTok is wondering if his The waiter tried to “refine” them. after noticing a Discrepancy between two receipts.

🍦 There is a long-term observation about how the soft serve machines in fast food restaurants are always broken.

🎯 That target worker shared that They only got a 9 cent raisewhich triggers a lot of comments urge him to leave her job looking for a higher paying position.

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📦 In a viral video, a woman talks about it the struggle she had with returning a MacBook and a monitor from the company after leaving her job, including: a tight deadline to send them backbut the box does not match the monitor.

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🥪A Student at Duke University radiates how savvy Some college students must be when it comes to access to foodwhile too pay high tuition fees among other expenses.

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📅 Meme of the week

Were there any memes this week unrelated to what’s coming up? Barbie Movie? Probably, but they were pushed aside for all the great pop culture mashups, especially the ones involving other fictional Barbies and Kens.

Kendall Roy in headphones looks sad in a Barbie logo meme


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*Initial publication: April 7, 2023 at 10:30 am CDT

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