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Wes Metcalfe posted a complaint on the wall of the Facebook page of British supermarket Tesco about finding a dead worm in a cucumber.

The complaint spiraled out of control and included Oasis covers, a funeral, and some of the best damn customer service in the history of the planet.

If Rob from Customer Care doesn't get a promotion/raise/bonus out of this, I will have officially lost all faith in humanity.

RIP William

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Somebody just lost their job.

Third Eye Blind was asked to play at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland before GOP convention attendees and the band didn't hold back from voicing their opinions on the Republican platform.

"Who here believes in science?" and other pro-LGBT statements were muttered to the audience, followed by a crowd of boos. Third Eye Blind went deep into their archive to pull out their most Republican rage-fueled songs packed with the most obscure lyrics.

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A sexy looking Facebook scammer tried to seduce him but Reddit user sebastiankirk (real name Frank Flemming Jensen) was not having it.

Instead, Frank decided to respond from the other side with lyrics from Adele's hit song "Hello".

Sandra seemed completely oblivious up until the point where she LOST HER DAMN MIND and started making death threats.

Yikes.... some scammers can't take a joke.

(h/t dailymail)

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The British phone company, Tesco Mobile, has one of the most savage Twitter account on the internet.

Most people think it's fun and games to joke about Tesco's crappy coverage, or even the obnoxious auto-generated voice mails, but Tesco Mobile doesn't play.

Just take a look at some of these recent brutal comebacks and see for yourself.

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In most situations, it's rational for a commenter to question the Facebook publications on the legitimacy of a news story. Sites try to piggy-back on any trending topic and add their own voice.

But, when the site is actually A NEWS SOURCE, perhaps you should leave your comments to yourself.

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