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Tenant Stages Coup D'état On Terrible Landlord

Man, oh, man, this landlord sounds like they were a waking nightmare. Fortunately, the tenant knew their rights and was able to successfully overthrow the terrible landlord in court, to the tune of a six figure sum. On top of that, the tenant goes on to become the building manager. Talk about a fairytale ending. 

Tenant overthrows terrible landlord with victory in court | r/ProRevenge Join u/someboringdude 4y Coup d tat at my old apartment building couple years back moved into this real exclusive apartment building Miami Beach area had no clue at time my landlord fascist dictator. After she took my deposit and moved problems started She had all sorts crazy rules like shirts on men at pool no talking on cell phones hallway, no overnight visitors and whole list shit she literally made up and applied whenev
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Lazy Manager Gets Caught Lying, Employee Gets Promoted

It's remarkable how some folks end up in the positions of power that they do. It sounds like the manager in this tech support tale was proactively playing with fire, and eventually all of their lazy, deceptive antics caught up with them. The employee getting the promotion is really the icing on the cake. If you're looking for some more entertaining tech support content, check out this tech support tale about a belligerent customer who refused to cooperate with tech support

A lazy manager lies to get out of work, gets caught sleeping, employee gets promoted.
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Man Returns Lost Wallet By Sending Messages Through Transactions

Talk about a creative way to go about ensuring someone gets their lost wallet returned to them. Every now and again it's nice to have the pleasant reminder that the world has its fair share of considerate, awesome human beings. 

Man returns a lost wallet through sending messages in transactions | Tim Cameron Follow @Timcammm just lost my wallet on way home work didn't have much identifying info there so good Samaritan got touch with my via my bank account 4x transfers 0.01 each with reference up 18 chars
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Loud Neighbors Deprive Family Of Sleep, Kids Take Revenge

This is certainly not the first time that we've encountered a case of neighbors being loud and inconsiderate, and we doubt that it'll be the last. With that being said, this particular scenario brought into play some loud neighbors that insisted on being a sleep-robbing nuisance. So, the kids decided to be their personal, unwanted alarm clock. All in all, the perfect recipe for a successful petty revenge. 

Loud neighbors insist on depriving family of good restful sleep, so kids take revenge | r/pettyrevenge u/wolfmutt want deprive our whole culdesac sleep years with loud music middle night? Let us be alarm clock morning bad at titles, excuse Since were but smol babs, our neighbors, their kids and their friends have had this lovely habit either driving into or straight tearing into neighborhood with no regard safety and well-being themselves or rest us and blasting pop and rap music their
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Dude Needs Permit to Build Garage, Just Buys A Van

When solving a problem, it's important to think outside the bun. This homeowner found that if he wanted to build a garage, it would cost extra. So what did he do? He found a more mobile garage. For another intriguing loophole, here's a bold HOA fighting strategy in the form of a radio tower threat.

Guy needs a permit to build a garage so he just buys a van | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/oscarmendonca 1 day ago Planning permission say? oc s Not sure if this fits here, or different sub, so here goes. Behind my house there's an area reserved garages. Plans were drawn 1968, and only 3 18 allocated plots have garage built remaining have cement base and park there. As spaces are narrow (2.4m wall wall and brick garages are expensive though having pre built one installed quarter cost.
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Negligent Employee Gives Pokémon League Duties to Random Kid, Kid Gets Back Pay

The world of retail work is full of mistaken customers, like this Karen who thought an employee was a line cutter, but it's pretty clear that at many institutions, the people running them also have very little clue of what exactly is going on. In this case, one employee who couldn't care less foisted the Pokémon duties onto some random kids, and when management found out they just thought "oh crap we better pay 'em."

employee lets kids run Pokémon league, kids get paid eventually
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What a strange and disorienting time to be alive. Technology and its rapid series of advancements just keeps surprising us. Never thought I'd be watching a monkey named Pager play MindPong with his Neuralink, but here we are. 

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Rude Dudes Belittle Sweeper, Sweeper Returns Favor With Bad Directions

These guys brought the unexpected and clearly unwanted journey to a bathroom in a faraway land, on themselves. We're not sure what compels people to talk down to other people that are just trying to get through their jobs. Kudos to the sweeper for having the wherewithal to return the favor to a couple insensitive dudes that needed to use the bathroom. For another glorious tale of malicious compliance check out this story about a boss who denied their employee's request for a PC upgrade, and then the malicious compliance that ensued

A couple of rude dudes decide to mock a Disneyland sweeper, so the sweeper gives them intentionally terrible directions.
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Why anyone would go through the effort to re-engineer their 3D printer into a sandwich machine is beyond sense, until of course you see this baby in action. Obviously it would be faster, easier, cheaper and probably tastier to just make it by hand or just buy a sandwich, but then you wouldn't get to say you have a sandwich machine. In a sense, it's 3D printing a sandwich. Not actually, but definitely sort of! 

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The fact that NBA player, Steven Adams, had the the presence to prioritize the well being of a basketball player on the opposing team instead of scoring is such an awesome reflection of his kind nature. This should be shown to kids learning how to play basketball. We can all get caught up in our respective competitive drives, but if you're able to step outside of that and help people that are about to get injured during a game, you're just crushing it. 

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Michael clearly trained his entire life for this moment. And oh boy, when the moment arrived did he proceed to shine like an actual star. With that out of the way, can we take a moment of appreciation for that dining set? Um, gross. 

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There are people in this world that are actual wizards when it comes to chopping up various foods. Take this dude for instance. His coconut cutting skills are nothing short of magical. He's clearly a master of his craft. I want to buy a coconut from him just to see him cut it up. 

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Bricklayer Maintains Self-Esteem In Spite Of Terrible Boss

Jerry sounds like a real gem of a human being. There's something plain old admirable about anyone who can maintain their self-esteem in spite of difficult, if not outright miserable external circumstances. Jerry was unfazed by all the BS regularly being thrown his way. And eventually he got the karmic reward he so deserved. Love how even when he ended up succeeding while his old boss failed, he still didn't take the opportunity to dance in glee around their messy debacle. 

A bricklayer maintains his self-esteem in spite of an absolutely terrible boss.
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Employee Counters Customer's Belligerence With Intelligence And Training

Let it be duly noted that engineers are dangerously sassy when they're bored. With that out of the way, this dude's account of dealing with a terribly belligerent customer is nothing short of glorious. Sometimes, the best course of action when confronted by a customer who seems bent on making your shift miserable is to counteract all of their toxic nonsense with pure brainpower. Check out another wonderful tale of malicious compliance with this man who followed contracted hours, and the destruction that ensued within management

Employee uses their intelligence and training to combat a customer's gross belligerence.
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TV Gets Damaged In Transit, Company Loses Millions

Man, what a prime example of how it can really just benefit a company to do the right thing when they have the chance. For whatever reason this company felt compelled to not fork over the $600 that they should've for a broken TV. Well, that BS decision went on to cost them dearly. 

TV gets damaged in transit, so company proceeds to lose millions | r/ProRevenge Join u/Champion5 3y Damage my TV transit and deny claim? No more shipments Not sure if this is "Pro" quality but some have asked post this here since they think is. 10 years ago moved my job had forgot about one my TV's back home and asked my dad ship on my companies account since they paid my move couple days later delivery driver Shipping Company drops off box heavily damaged so didn't sign He waited while
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County Mower Shreds Dad's Shrubs, Dad Revenges With Rebar

This tale of pro revenge involving an inconsiderate county mower and a dad who wasn't going to put up with anyone's nonsense reminds us of another revenge involving a steel-enforced mailbox and a snowplow. The grin on dad's face must've spanned from cheek to cheek. Sounds like the county mower was ultimately unsuccessful with trying to get dad to cough up cash for those broken blades too. Talk about the icing on the cake. 

County mower messes with dad's shrubs, so dad ends up taking revenge with rebar | r/ProRevenge u/SwizzleMalarki 1y Join County mower trimmed down our shrubs no reason. Go ahead and try again First time posting reading post on here about neighbor running over poles their yard and reminded this story. Also writing this my phone, so bear with Tl;dr at bottom 7 or 8 my dad planted row shrubs along front property. They started out as scrawny sticks, but fast-forward few years and they were big
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