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Our stories above Today they’re talking about: A worker at the Texas Roadhouse take revenge on a customer who didn’t leave a tip, as leading tax preparation companies have shared personal information about taxpayers with Metaas a viral video of a feud over a catshe has become an online and internet sensation react to a star-studded dinner partyhosted by actress Kristen Bell.
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Today’s best stories
When the table that didn’t tip you comes back for the takeout box: Texas Roadhouse worker takes revenge on customers who left takeout box, didn’t tip
A Texas Roadhouse server spotted a takeout box left by a customer who did not tipAND he took his revenge.
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Taxes filed with H&R Block? He told Meta how much money you make
The data shared with Half included full names, phone numbers, approximate incomeand more.
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Perverted Fucking Cat: The feline feud of the neighborhood becomes an online sensation
When the perverted cat started trending on Twitter, users responded to the video, nicknaming the man a Kat Karen and telling them understand why the cat would want to move.
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Weirdest crossover ever: The internet reacts to Kristen Bells dinner
THE starry dinnerincluded Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston and Shiri Appleby.
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This week on the Internet
By Tiffany Kelly
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Here’s what else is happening on the net.
A Red Robin customer is going viral for comparing the prices of the cheapest burgers in the menu to last year. The change, she said, was completely crazy.
How would you feel if you were charged $150 for a approval fee When sign a lease on an apartment?
Says a Superstore shopper he bought expired chicken after a the sticker stuck in the original expiration date.
According to a TikToker, the cops are famous For don’t leave tips for their servers.
Sometimes, alone an idle customer in a retail establishment it may be the one thing that prevents employees from going home.
The revolution is here, and it’s non-alcoholic. here are the best non-alcoholic beersfor guilt-free nightcaps e pain-free mornings.*
Apparently being part of Paneras Sip Club and the life’s greatest trick.
There is a part of payment process that Walmart clients know wellshowing your receipt to an employee on your way out. This is not a policy without controversy.
From the Daily Dot Archive: From Club Penguin to Roblox, LGBTQ youth have they always flocked to gaming websites.
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Meme of the week
Stop copying my dolce vita lifestyle, become the new tagline of the summer.
Now playing: You by Au Pairs
*First published: July 14, 2023, 10:30 am CDT
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