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Employee Points Out Security Concern, Nobody Listens, Robbery Ensues

Sometimes, the only way that you can get through to people that seem committed to not listening to your warnings is to take matters into your own hands, and show them why they should've listened. This particular move was certainly a bold one, and we can't say we'd advise anyone to follow suit. But at least the point was proved, and the security measures in the museum were brought up to the level they needed to be at. Check out some more gold from Tumblr with this wild thread where Tumblr users go all in on "The Incredibles" analysis.

Employee proves that museum's security needs to be revamped | So my boss once robbed museum prove point and honestly think she is my new role model. flamefriendsshipped If this gets notes l'll tell full story fandomlovingweirdo
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CEO Doesn't Understand What Departments Do, Karen Catastrophe Ensues

Nothing is more infuriating than dealing with someone who is higher up on the chain of command that makes decisions without having the necessary understanding of the company, to execute successfully. By the sound of it, this CEO took an otherwise functional structure and ruined it with a Karen who had no idea what she was doing. The CEO went so far as to put Karen in charge of the people that actually knew what to do. Oh, no. 

A CEO doesn't understand how departments work so he brings in a Karen that messes it all up | r/MaliciousCompliance Join u/ACFF 1y CEO didn't understand my department did apparently L Update at bottom. Thanks so much up votes and silver, gold and platinum really didn't think this would take off like this. Some backstory general troubleshooter my company. My job involved lot travelling different clients support. My area work is Ontario, Canada (where am based out and some nearby States United
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Woman Leaves Bad Review, Café Owner Brings In The Truth

It's just plain old messed up that people can be so nonchalant about destroying the reputation of restaurants, with employees that are just trying to make ends meet. This particular customer sounds like quite the two-faced nightmare. She'd lie and say everything was all good right before pulling a 180, and leaving a scathing review that wasn't even honest. 

Woman leaves a bad review, so the Dublic cafe owner responds with the truth | Reviewed 4 days ago |via mobile Does not live up hype As serious food lover, and follower White Moose Cafe on social media very eager try out this cafe. Unfortunately an extremely disappointing experience ordered club sandwich and worse than poor. At €9 couldn't believe poor both appearance and taste (see photo would like Zoë Dublin, Ireland 51 95 see owner focus more on improving food, rather than focusing so much on
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Guy Shares Story On Twitter About Unforgettably Insane McDonald's Drive-Thru Experience

For the sake of humanity itself we really hope this guy is some kind of comedy/creative writer, and that this DIDN'T actually occur. 

Guy shares story on Twitter about an absolutely insane McDonald's encounter.
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Demanding Customer Wastes Their Own Time for Four Cents

Sure, if the hill you're willing to die on costs four cents out of the charity bin, go ahead and die on that hill. Customers sometimes make demands with stupid implications, like this customer who wanted a pound of chicken wings and got less wings or this guy who demanded to ride in a go kart with no engine.

Ridiculous customer waits their time for pennies | r/MaliciousCompliance Posted by u/Wraith347 7 hours ago Cuss out over pennies? Oh get pennies. oc M Longtime lurker, so thought share my favorite story my time foodservice, years and years ago shy, quiet 15-year-old first started working at certain fast food restaurant my small town. Then encountered general public. Many morning rush customers were super kind regulars who got know and liked. But then there Penny Guy.
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Times Students' Parents Obviously Did Their Work

Sometimes people think it's the students that ae the most challenging part of a teacher's job. That's only true most of the time. It can actually be the parents trying to interfere too much with their kid's education. Sometimes a teacher can just look at a finished project and go, "looks like dad did a great job." Sometimes it goes the other way. Sometimes teachers have no faith in students but they succeed anyway, like this student who won an art contest to spite their rude teacher.

Stories of times parents obviously did their kid's school projects | Departure_Jaded 689 points 11 hours ago His dad accidentally wrote his own name on paper tortured kid week by calling him by his dad's name. Ah good times.
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19 Head Shakingly Ridiculous Moments of Pure Facepalm

These instances might remind you that you're actually doing pretty well for yourself in the whole brain department. Hot damn, it's like life is a race to see who can do the dumbest thing ever. We absolutely love it. And boy people are dumb a lot.

facepalm moments that would make the strongest person cringe
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Pub Owner Snipes Dishonest Review With Cold Hard Facts

Dishonest reviews that try to stain the reputation of perfectly good establishments with hard working employees just trying to earn an honest living, are a poison to the world. Fortunately, owners will step in and address these dishonest reviews with all the cold hard logic and facts that they have at their disposal. This particular scenario involves a nightmare of a dinner party that made a mess of everything around them, and then had the inconceivable audacity to leave a bad review, after the pub did everything they could to accommodate the year's most senseless customers. 

Check out another case of a customer leaving a dishonest review, and then getting shut down.

Pub owner shuts down a ridiculous, dishonest review | Cowshed at Hucknall COWSHED Pub/Bar Hucknall 309 people checked here Hi, thanks reaching out love feedback, whether be positive or negative especially love feedback like this so others can see type people have deal with sometimes. First all address 700 and party claim have spent now both know this isn't true don't s not even remotely accurate as spent, but l'll crunch numbers
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Manager Fires Third Of Team, Expects Them To Work Harder, It Backfires

This certainly brings to mind the old saying about how people don't necessarily leave bad jobs, but instead they leave bad managers. One bad manager can completely upend an otherwise enjoyable gig. Just picturing the look on this manager's face by the end of these employees' time with the company is enough to get the laughs rolling. Dude must've been beside himself. 

Manager lays off a third of the team, expects remaining people to work harder, and it backfires | r/ProRevenge Join u/gaarmstrong318 1d 3 O1 S 1 2 Lay off third team and expect us work harder will see about So this happened sometime 2010's somewhere UK s all revealing worked medium sized PLC small team worked with sales department getting quotes had previously worked another team different department same company as well. This also includes elements malicious compliance l'll post this there as
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Impressively Unprofessional "Not My Job" Moments

Maybe the task is too difficult, or maybe you're just too difficult. "Not my job" moments encapsulate how the laziest among us deal with problems. These "solutions" may be majestically incompetent and ridiculously unprofessional "not my job" reactions to a hard task, but we can't say we haven't done similar things at some time in our lives.

funny "not my job" and "you had one job" moments | pipe installed in the air above a large rock boulder | single orange traffic cone before a pile of trees blocking the road
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Weirdest Things Walmart Employees Witnessed

If there's one thing that seems glaringly obvious in these stories of weird days on the job for Walmart employees, it's that there's pretty much never a normal day on the job when you're working at Walmart. Also, people really need to stop using Walmart aisles as their own personal bathrooms. 

Walmart employees describe the strangest things they've witnessed while on the job | gigashadow89 6y My favorite guy who came and said lost remote so need new tv asked him if tv broken wasn't, he just lost remote and didn't want bother finding so he wanted new tv showed him our selection universal remotes he responded with "but then l'd have program new tv comes with preprogrammed remote So sold guy 50 inch tv.
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Employee Gets Manager Promotion, Manager Proceeds To Quit

Now that's how you use the system against a maniacal outright toxic manager. Mike didn't know what to do. Beautiful work, really. There's also a tremendous amount of patience at play in this scenario. Sometimes you've got to wait it out to execute the perfect pro revenge. Check out another glorious tale of pro revenge with this scummy collection agency that messed with a guy's credit score.

Employee gets manager a promotion so that they quit | r/ProRevenge u/locusness Join time got my manager promotion so he quit am going have be little vague on some details protect myself here so can't discuss type business etc so its going be struggle. This is lot background explain kind situation developed over decade place once truly fun work at and easy earn bit extra overtime became dog eat dog struggle survive low level peons like were split between those who felt disenfranchised and
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