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

We crawled the web for you today and our top stories are about: a viral video that sparked discussion about overworking in corporate America, how a LGBTQ advocacy Google map is being repurposed by anti-trans people, the maelstrom of controversy surrounding a company in Florida that asked employees to work through Hurricane Ian, and a viral video that had bartenders dismayed

After that, our Culture Editor Tiffany has her weekly “This Week On The Internet” column and shares with you her favorite meme of the week down below. 

See you tomorrow! 

— A.W. 

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⚡ Today’s top stories

👀 VIRAL
‘2 drops of liquor in each one’: Customer gets 50 drinks during $1 special, sparking debate 

A TikToker claims that he took full advantage of a drink special advertised at an Arizona nightclub—much to the dismay of the bartenders working there.

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💼 WORK DYSTOPIA
‘Spent years cleaning up the messes of others’: Woman says she ‘got shingles’ from overworking, sparking discussion about the toxicity of Corporate America

A viral TikTok video sparked a discussion on how overworking can take a toll on workers’ mental and physical well-being. 

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📌 TECH
An LGTBQ advocacy Google map has been repurposed into an anti-trans ‘hit list’ of clinics

The map includes LGBTQ resource centers, children’s hospitals, Planned Parenthood locations, and more.

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🌀 WTF
Head of postcard company that wanted employees to work through Hurricane Ian credits Scientology for her business acumen

A Florida postcard company is at the center of a maelstrom of controversy for asking employees to work through a hurricane

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🗣️ This Week on the Internet
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By Tiffany Kelly

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Try Guy and wife sitting on couch


YouTube/ Second Try

Can we stop idolizing Wife Guys now?

In each edition of web_crawlr we have exclusive original content every day. On Fridays our Senior Culture Editor Tiffany Kelly recaps the most pressing online discourse of the week in her “This Week On The Internet” column.  If you want to read columns like this before everyone else, subscribe to web_crawlr to get your daily scoop of internet culture delivered straight to you inbox.


🕸️ Crawling the web

Here is what else is happening across the ‘net.

🌯 A customer tried to put Chipotle workers on blast for eating “instead of working” and it backfired instantly

💻 A creator is going viral for issuing a PSA for workers with work-issued laptops: keep personal stuff and work stuff separate. 

🌮 Three teenage Taco Bell workers were berated by adults in this viral video. 

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🚗 A car owner is warning others after claiming a Honda dealership tried to get her to unnecessarily replace her car’s cabin air filter

🛒 This supermarket worker says she broke the company’s dress code on her last day before quitting

👖 A man says a ‘Karen’ at new job didn’t let him do his training because he was wearing jeans.

🌐 Meet the users fighting NFT-based hate speech on the new internet.

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📅 Meme of the Week

A lot of memes this week attempted to explain the Try Guys scandal for people who didn’t know about the Try Guys. (Now you do, you’re welcome!)

ned try guys cheating scandal meme


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🎶 Now Playing: “The Skeleton Dance” by Silly Symphony 🎶 

*First Published: Sep 30, 2022, 12:00 pm CDT

Andrew Wyrich

Andrew Wyrich is the newsletter editor at the Daily Dot. He previously served as the deputy tech editor. Andrew has written for USA Today, NorthJersey.com, and other newspapers and websites. His work has been recognized by the Society of the Silurians, Investigative Reporters & Editors (IRE), and the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ).

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