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  • A Trough of Memes to Stick Your Snout Into
    by JR Atkinson on June 22, 2024 at 23:00

    It’s funny how almost every animal has a different way of eating. Humans generally use our hands, though sometimes mitigated by a utensil or two. Dogs and cats use their tongues to lap up liquid in deft little scoops. Whales just open their mouths and things just sort of fly in. But pigs, pigs have a particularly compelling way of getting their nutrients in. If you’ve ever been called a “pig” at the dinner table, it probably wasn’t lost on you that it isn’t a compliment. They snort while they eat, using their noses to root around in the grub looking for the good stuff, getting dirt and detritus everywhere. It’s cute on a farm animal, but not so much on your dinner date. But no matter if you eat with a knife and fork or if you regularly go hog style on a pile of potato salad, turning your appetite to these memes is always a good idea. 

  • Different generations deliberate over Gen Z buying property: ‘Gen Z will not be buying boomer McMansions with a 90 minute commute to the city’
    by Ally Perry on June 22, 2024 at 22:00

    For many younger people, property ownership is a milestone that feels like a distant fantasy. It’s more common to feel like we’re a few bad financial decisions away from not making rent than that we’re saving enough for a deposit. Nonetheless, there will supposedly come a time when a more significant chunk of Gen Z owns a house. The question is, where will it be and what kind of property are they going to be choosing? One commentator caused controversy recently with the bold claim that Zoomers would try to avoid buying the ‘boomer McMansions’ that many of their parents and grandparents chose. However, other people disagreed claiming that the appeal of suburbia will only grow stronger for this generation as they age. Whatever the case may be, there is no denying that things are going to get interesting once more people start inheriting stuff. A house is a house.

  • Customer Service Employee Feigns ‘Amnesia’ Over Customer’s Name After Intense Encounter Takes Place
    by Sienna Varady on June 22, 2024 at 21:00

    These days, the client is always right, and you should never disagree with their points of view. For the benefit of those customer support representatives who put in endless hours of work day and night, the poster below has discovered the most passive-aggressive method to settle the score with all entitled consumers.In the story below, a customer support representative expresses his displeasure. The original poster (OP) has worked in the industry for many years. He therefore knows, as any seasoned CSR knows, that you should never argue with a consumer simply because you will immediately lose the conflict. That said, OP came up with a cunning scheme to exact revenge on the entitled customers despite his limited resources.So be sure to read the story below if you want to find out exactly how OP gets revenge and how the customers respond to his witty replies! After you’re through, don’t forget to read the story of the frenzied shoppers who try to outshine resellers in their purchasing spree by wiping out the store!

  • Overprotective dad fires babysitter for allowing 4-year-old to eat 11 packs of gummy bears: ‘Nobody with judgment that poor should be trusted with anything of value’
    by Ally Perry on June 22, 2024 at 20:00

    The limit (or lack thereof) that you put on your kid’s sugar intake is one of those classic moral quandaries that can define you as a parent. On the one hand, giving them free rein to eat whatever processed garbage they feel like is probably going to end badly; on the other, if you strictly limit these so-called ‘bad’ foods, they will likely take whatever opportunity they can to gorge themselves on them whenever you’re not looking.This is a dilemma that one dad found himself facing after he fired a babysitter for not moderating how much candy his 4-year-old ate. Claiming that the young woman had allowed the child to eat 11 packs of gummy bears, some fellow parents were aghast—but others thought he was doing a lot of unnecessary pearl-clutching. Let’s be real, it’s likely that the sitter ate most of those tiny packets herself and was trying to cover her tracks. 

  • Airbnb host charges $1300 for a two night stay, gives guests laundry list of chores two hours before checkout: ‘Team hotel here’
    by Emmy Ward on June 22, 2024 at 19:00

    Being an Airbnb hater is a big part of who I am and what I do. I distinctly recall being on a family vacation 10 years ago, waiting outside in freezing weather for over an hour for the owner of the apartment to give my family the key. The owner finally decided to show up on a moped, and I could tell that he did not feel sorry, not one bit. The best Airbnb experience I had was at a place virtually identical to a hotel, and honestly, that doesn’t even count. Despite my bitterness, Airbnb used to be a novel and fun concept for most people. However, the tides have started to turn against the vacation rental service. This is in part due to Airbnb hosts having unreasonable policies for their tenants. One of these unreasonable expectations is asking guests to clean the whole house without telling them that’s an expectation before they book their stay.