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Hello fellow citizens of the internet! Andrew here. Welcome to today’s edition of web_crawlr

Our top stories today are about: An exclusive report detailing how a breast pump company left millions of documents exposed online, how a restaurant inside an Amazon warehouse is sparking outrage, how an AI-generated image of the Pope in a puffer coat is going viral, and a DoorDasher explaining how they were paid just $2.50 to deliver 83 pizzas

After that, we’ve got a “Problematic on TikTok” column from our IRL Reporter Tricia

See you tomorrow! 

— A.W. 

⚡ Today’s top stories

EXCLUSIVE: Breast pump company leaves millions of documents exposed—raising concerns over data safety in women’s healthcare

At least 7 million documents were exposed.


‘Crazy how we gotta pay for all the lunches but they give us cookies and hotdogs when they reward us’: Restaurant inside Amazon warehouse sparks outrage

An Amazon worker showed off the employees-only restaurant at the location he clocks into, which sparked a viral debate on the company’s treatment of its workforce.


🧥 AI 
Pope looks dope in puffer coat—thanks to AI

The Pope was briefly cool again.


‘That’s a catering order’: Delivery driver says DoorDash paid her $2.50 to pick up 83 pizzas

A user on TikTok has gone viral after sharing their story of a DoorDash delivery gone awry.


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😬 Problematic on TikTok

By Tricia Crimmins

In Body Image

Straight girls on TikTok are disparaging lesbian relationships by calling their exes ‘bitches’

In each edition of web_crawlr we have exclusive original content every day. On Tuesdays our IRL Reporter Tricia Crimmins breaks down the trends on the popular app that will make you cringe in her “Problematic on TikTok” column.  If you want to read columns like this before everyone else, subscribe to web_crawlr to get your daily scoop of internet culture delivered straight to you inbox.

🕸️ Crawling the web

Here is what else is happening across the ‘net.

💸 After seeing a video of another woman on TikTok saying she was able to make $500 in a few hours by running food orders on DoorDash, one user decided to try it for herself, with wildly different results than she anticipated.

🛒 A TikToker’s video alleging that he was accused of stealing while shopping at Walmart and subsequently returning everything he purchased has drawn over 1.2 million views.

📽️ Fans are reacting to a viral video that shows stunts being performed for the latest installment of the John Wick franchise. 

🥩 Some Outback Steakhouse employees gave people a behind-the-scenes peek at common restaurant fumbles and minor dysfunctions.

💼 A TikToker frustrated with her job search shared some alarming stats on how difficult it is for her to land a job in a viral video.

🎤 There is no doubt that this microphone is a must-have for all aspiring streaming legends.

🍔 This viral video showing a Sonic employee telling users that they can not process multiple forms of payment for a meal is getting a lot of attention online. 

👶 From the Daily Dot archive: The many lives of the Dancing Baby,cyberspace’s first cringe meme.

💄 In a viral video, a content creator shares that she resigned from her law firm in order to continue her beauty blogging career.

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👋 Before you go

A TikToker showed off an impressive stack of stickers on her fridge—revealing how many Starbucks drinks she had purchased over time—leading a number of commenters to be rubbed the wrong way by what they felt was a bougie display.

The video comes courtesy of creator T (@fakery.unlisted), and getting an astounding count of more than 4.6 million views since putting the eight-second video up on TikTok on Mar. 10. In it, the creator pulls a Starbucks drink with a domed lid out of a bag, pulls off a white sticker on top of the lid, and adds it to an impressive stack of stickers on the side of a fridge.

That answers the question in the on-screen caption — “Honey, what are those stickers on the fridge?” — but raised other questions for commenters.

person peeling sticker off of Starbucks cup with caption ''Honey, what are those stickers on the fridge' (l) Starbucks bag with caption ''Honey, what are those stickers on the fridge' (c) hand placing sticker on top of stack on fridge with caption ''Honey, what are those stickers on the fridge' (r)

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