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‘PLEASE STOP’: Chipotle worker tells customers to stop ordering ‘hack’ quesadilla

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The customer only orders “air” from McDonald’s via DoorDash

A TikToker says that he tries to place a fake order through DoorDash to test what his driver would deliver in the end.


Far-right anti-vaccination opponents are rushing to blame the COVID-19 vaccine for the NFL player’s collapse after suffering a blow to the chest

Some of the most notorious internet characters tried to take advantage of his breakdown spread unfounded theories.


“I did that and found out they were planning to fire me”: Worker searches name in Google Drive, sees coworker’s private, negative feedback about her

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A user on TikTok sparked a discussion after claiming that a driver refused her the ride after this learning from their goal.

In a video with about 215,000 viewsTikTok user Meredith (@meredith_hayden) claims she booked a trip from New Jersey to New York City. a relatively short drive given the proximity of the two states.

However, when she got into the vehicle, the driver informed her that she could not take her order. According to Meredith, that the same thing happened to several of her friends.

Woman speaking in front of light brown walls (l) Hand holding phone with the Uber logo on the screen in front of the steering wheel in the car (c) Woman speaking in front of light brown walls (r)

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*Initial publication: January 4, 2023 10:30 am CST

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