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⚡ Today’s top stories

A female worker makes fun of her company’s employee appreciation gift

have you ever felt undervalued and underestimated at work? A recent viral TikTok captures that frustration perfectly Many employees experience when companies do not recognize their contributions.


The sprawling bot network is trying to trick DeSantis into being Trump’s running mate

researchers have discovered a huge bot farm on Twitter dedicated Empowering former President Donald Trump as he prepares for the 2024 campaign.


“We definitely didn’t miss this order”: DoorDash driver picks up $900 grocery order in Nissan Altima

One DoorDash drivers documented a huge $900 grocery order that filled the entirety of their Nissan Altima in a viral video.


Elon Musk fans walk behind disabled ex-Twitter employees

supporters of Twitter CEO Elon Musk have come after a disabled former employee of the company after the billionaire announced he had been fired.


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🗣️ This week on the internet

By Tiffany Kelly

Selena Gomez against a blurred dark background (l) Hailey Bieber against a gray background (r)

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What the Selena vs. Hailey discourse shows us about internet fandom

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🕸️ Scour the web

Here’s what else is happening on the net.

☕A immersion The employee went to TikTok to do this unravel a bunch of supposed secrets about the chain– or at least the shop where she was employed.

🍟 Even more Fast Food Worker Are Getting customers up to speed for ask for “fresh” food.

💊 A woman covered a Generic brand Walgreens label under a brand label on a nasal spray in a viral video.

🍽️ This customer is going viral for claiming so It’s cheaper to eat at Sam’s Club as buy groceries there.

🤗 There is nothing wrong with a dark drama or scary moviebut sometimes you just want to something that doesn’t stress. These are the The best feel-good films to lift your spirits.*

🍗 Ever wondered how Popeye’s Blackened Chicken Tenders are cooked? A person goes viral for Issuance of a PPE on them.

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👀 A TikToker will be provided some advice on job huntingReassure people that although some job postings require it five to 10 years from experience this may not always be the case.

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📅 Meme of the week

Pedro Pascal memes are all over TikTok right now, but this one is from The unbearable weight of massive talent– used to illustrate two very different reactions between you and another person.

Pedro Pascal in the unbearable weight of a massive talent


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*Initial publication: March 10, 2023 at 10:30 am CST

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