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Incredible Complaint Has Karen Reliving Her Chuck E. Cheese Freakout

If you've ever worked retail or any customer-facing job, you will have met a customer who was disrespectful, entitled, treated you like an object and made some demand that store policy doesn't actually honor. With their sticky-fingered kids, boorish husbands and shrill battle cry of "the customer is always right" a Karen is a customer service person's personal nightmare. That's why we take extra joy in stories of entitled Karens who park in disabled spots and get tricked by parody customer service accounts. Oh and also when they demand their children get to taste painful hot sauce. There's a lot of fun times to be had.

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Twitter Users Write Haikus For Their Workplace Complaints

Twitter users are sharing their workplace complaints in the form of haikus. The resulting tweets are a wonderfully poetic way to capture the pain and perils of muddling through the various obstacles work throws your way. Or, you know, just finding enough motivation to hang around the office after you knock back that first cup of coffee. 

Twitter users write haikus to demonstrate their workplace complaints.
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Macy's Collection Of Portion Control Plates Removed From Stores After Multiple Complaints

Twitter User @allieward, started a viral Twitter thread when she complained to Macy's about the recent release of their "portion control" plates in stores. The feedback was largely one of disapproval, and people really started getting into it in the comments section. Eventually Macy's intervenes, and announces that they will in fact be removing the plates from all stores cause they "missed the mark" on this one. What do you think? A bunch of overreacting and unnecessary drama, or did Macy's cross the line on this one. 

Twitter users get angry at Macy's for their "portion control" plates.
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Site Runs Article About How Hipsters Look Alike, Man Mistakenly Complains to Them for Using His Image

Editor Gideon Lichfield offered a wonderfully ironic complaint in regards to an article about the conformity of nonconformists. We couldn't have asked for some more solid irony. Are hipsters even still a thing? It's been like forever.

story about a hipster misidentifying himself in a stock photo
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