‘Cruel’ Sign At Domino’s Goes Viral

‘Cruel’ Sign At Domino’s Goes Viral


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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 “cruel” sign at Domino’s that is facing a ton of criticism, a Target worker explaining why he quit his job after a short period of time, the Kanye West subreddit re-directing its focus amid his antisemitic remarks, and a “Karen” caught on video

After that, our Culture Reporter Michelle has her “Now Streaming” column

See you tomorrow! 

. — A.W. 


⚡ Today’s top stories

‘Seems a little cruel’: Sign at Domino’s says ‘Please do not feed the employees’

A sign at Domino’s has faced criticism and sparked discussion after being posted online.


Target worker says he quit after 3 weeks. Here’s why

The TikToker explains that he quit working for the retailer after such a short period because management threatened to let him go if he did not work more quickly.


Kanye West subreddit rebrands into Taylor Swift fan page, Holocaust awareness content following appearance on Alex Jones’ ‘InfoWars’

The subreddit r/Kanye, a Reddit fan page dedicated to Ye, has re-focused its attention away from the producer/rapper after he made a slew of antisemitic remarks.



Worker says ‘Karen’ neighbor told him to ‘get out’ of parking spot, accused him of not being a tenant

A Boston ‘Karen’ went viral after she was caught on camera at an apartment complex parking lot accusing a tenant of not living there.


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🕸️ Crawling the web

Here is what else is happening across the ‘net.

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💸 A Lyft driver went viral on TikTok after showing how he would only get paid $50 for a ridethat costs the customer $242.

🍗 This person’s PSA about the price of Burger King’s chicken nuggets is going viral. 


🍔 A new McDonald’s worker says she was put on the drive-thru cash register without completing any kind of training that would teach her how to use it—all on her very first day.

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👋 Before you go

A TikToker allegedly outed the Fortune 500 company she says her roommate works for. Cheyenne claims the company asked its employees to send them $40 if they planned on attending the company’s holiday party.


Cheyenne says in the clip while attempting to stifle her laughter, “My roommate works for a Fortune 500 company, and they’re making them Venmo $40 to attend their own Christmas party.” She ends the clip by letting out a scream.

woman on bed speaking caption'when a fortune 500 company is making employees venmo $40 to attend their own holiday party' (l) woman on bed speaking caption'when a fortune 500 company is making employees venmo $40 to attend their own holiday party' (c) woman on bed with hand on mouth caption'when a fortune 500 company is making employees venmo $40 to attend their own holiday party' (r)


*First Published: Dec 7, 2022, 11:00 am CST

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