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Top Trending 'Me IRL' Fails This Week (January 30 2023)

Top Trending 'Me IRL' Fails This Week (January 30, 2023)

There's nothing like finding a meme that expresses your identity with more accuracy than any selfie could.
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Adulting Memes, Tweets, and FAILS For Those Of Us With Stunted Growth

'I'm still tired from yesterday's tired': Adulting Memes, Tweets, and FAILS for those of us with stunted growth

Work, cry, sleep, repeat!
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Turns out one of our biggest sales last month was for the person to stage their home for the holidays and now they want to return them all Please don't do this to a small business, people. That one sale was a third of our rent.

'That is one of the tackiest things I have ever heard of': Small book store shares story of a devastating customer return

After this indie bookseller posted about an unthinking mystery customer, the internet read this rude customer to filth. On her Twitter account, bookseller Rebecca George shared the real-life background of what goes on behind the scenes at a small business. It's not like the mega-stores and online giants — every penny counts in small business, and people's livelihoods are on the line. George tweeted about a customer who unthinkingly returned a large order, and wrote about the cost it was having…
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20+ Insufferable Coworker Memes and Fails, Plus a Few Wholesome Ones for Your Work Bestie

20+ Insufferable Coworker Memes and Fails, Plus a Few Wholesome Ones for Your Work Bestie

Oh, the things you wish you could say to that coworker...
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Twitter Thread Theorizes a Delightful 'Muppets' Version of 'Apocalypse Now'

Twitter Thread Theorizes a Delightful 'Muppets' Version of 'Apocalypse Now'

Twitter is, has always been, and is likely to become increasingly: problematic. The platform is known for its hot takes, fandom drama (as well as real-world drama), and clout chasing. Plus, there's something inherent in the structure of users thrusting their thoughts out into the open void, hoping for accolades from others, that encourages the narcissistic behavior the platform cultivates. Still, Twitter has always hit its stride and been at its best with threads like this. Threads that are fun…
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20 Dry January Memes, Tweets, and Fails for Folks Who Couldn’t Make It Past the First Week

20 Dry January Memes, Tweets, and Fails for Folks Who Couldn’t Make It Past the First Week

We salute you for trying!
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A List of Predictions Made in 1923 About 2023

'No more hard work by 2023!': Researcher collects wild 2023 predictions from newspapers published in 1923

Who knew the concept of curly-haired men would cause such a stir a century ago?!
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Viral Thread: Airline passenger chronicles the bizarre adventures of their missing luggage on Twitter

Viral Thread: Airline passenger chronicles the bizarre adventures of their missing luggage on Twitter

Anyone who travels frequently has had their luggage go missing at some point… and anyone who has had their luggage go missing at some point has experienced the anxiety of having their valued personal possessions locked in a suitcase in who-knows-where and with who-knows-who. Airlines are never helpful at quelling these fears; their vague assurances and unwillingness to acknowledge the existence of a problem leave us with no answers wondering what cruel fate has befallen our precious goods. In m…
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'Send them out as a power move': Dude screws up huge batch of Christmas cards with a hilarious misprint

'Send them out as a power move': Dude screws up huge batch of Christmas cards with a hilarious misprint

Sending holiday cards to friends and loved ones is a longstanding tradition. This year, one man tried his hardest to create his own special holiday cards , and ended up as the proud owner of 90 misprints ! It's not ideal to spend money on unusable cards . But he may have made up for it with this tweet, which garnered over 121,000 likes. People in the comments absolutely loved this card from the Whites. After you scroll through the Great Christmas Card Caper, check out these 30 terrible, awful,…
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'Literally saved a cow's life by ordering a McNothing': Guy orders burger with nothing on it to satisfy his hunger for silly experiments

'Literally saved a cow's life by ordering a McNothing': Guy orders burger with nothing on it to satisfy his hunger for silly experiments

What would happen if you tried to order a burger, but took off the lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese, sauces, burger, and hamburger buns? One man decided to take one for the team (team being Twitter at large) and find out for himself what would happen. He posted about the experience to Twitter so that everyone else could also have a bite of the experiment . The user, Rob DenBleyker, first created a food order of a hamburger from a popular chain, and took off every single ingredient. Scroll down to…
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30+ People who posted cat photos...but forgot to include their kitties

30+ People who posted cat photos...but forgot to include their kitties

Let's play “Where's Waldo,” but with kitties! People love sharing photos “without their cat” to the “There is no cat in this image” Twitter page.
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'The softness of a cucumber allows you to be extra expressive on the drums': 30 Musical instruments infused with majorly chaotic energy

'The softness of a cucumber allows you to be extra expressive on the drums': 30 Musical instruments infused with majorly chaotic energy

From kazoos to recorders to those single drums that you can carry in a backpack, most kids grow up playing some kind of instrument. Say an extra thank you to your parents today if you recall playing a xylophone before school (for practice!) or playing “Smoke on the Water” on the bass until everyone in the house needed pairs of earplugs.
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 40+ People who shared their wildest, most WTF confessions anonymously

40+ People who shared their wildest, most WTF confessions anonymously

Would you confess your deepest, darkest, or most embarrassing secret if you knew you could do so anonymously? That's the idea behind Fesshole, a British Twitter page where people can submit their closest kept secrets without risk of anyone finding out. There are some absolutely insane confessions here - and we've picked 40+ of the wildest ones to give you a peek into these strangers' lives . Who knows, maybe you've even done some of these things yourself! Scroll down to lay eyes on these secret…
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'It really doesn't sit right with me when people make fun of people who can't cook': A compilation of the most chronically online Twitter users of the year

'Minced garlic is classist': A compilation of the most chronically online Twitter users of the year

These Twitter users have spent way too much of their year online. It's so easy to be a Very Online Person, after all, social media is designed to be addictive. And Twitter definitely is addictive, with lots of users sending at least a few tweets every day, and sometimes making threads or spending time in other user's mentions. So here we have a collection of some of the trends of this year that went viral because they're just a little too online. Check out this list below to see if you're famil…
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Ratio'd: 30+ Tweeps who got fantastically dunked on

Ratio'd: 30+ Tweeps who got fantastically dunked on

Twitter is a fun, hilarious, and completely one of a kind website to be on. Every day, people write the most unhinged tweets you've ever heard in order to try and be Twitter's “person of the day." It seems like each day, someone will write an innocuous tweet, which someone else will reply to, and will completely dunk on them. Then a bajillion people like the response tweet, and that's the recipe for a ratio.
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What do you call the end piece of bread?

30+ People share different culture's names for that 'end piece of the bread', a surprising amount of cultures have the same idea

If you needed proof that all cultures have something in common: This is it. As it turns out, that end piece of crusty bread is regarded in a similar, if not identical, way in each culture. Forever an outcast, or as the Scottish put it: an outsider, that end piece of bread is regarded by all to be an inferior or unwanted portion, earning names like 'The Mother-in-Law,' the 'Butt' 'Boss,' 'Heel,' 'Nob'; all terms being derogatory, unwanted, and utterly dreadful, dirty things. This is a topic that…
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