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Hello fellow web crawlers! Andrew here. Welcome to today’s edition of web_crawlr

Our top stories today are about: How a lawmaker’s quip about Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R-Ga.) “bleach blonde, bad-built, butch body” has become a meme, an “Emo Brunch” fail that went viral, why everyone online loves actor Henry Winkler posting photos of his fishing trip, and how every major social media site flunked a LGBTQ safety test

After that, our Assistant Newsletter Editor Kira has a “Decoding Fandom” column for you. 

See you tomorrow! 

— A.W. 

⚡ Today in internet culture

Jasmine Crockett’s savage ‘bleach blonde’ MTG diss gets remixed into the song of the summer

Songs riffing on Rep. Jasmine Crockett’s (D-Texas) quip about Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s (R-Ga.) “bleach blonde, bad-built, butch body” are becoming a meme.


‘If Emo Brunch comes in your area, do not do it’: Emo Brunch attendee says she was scammed

Emo Brunch, billed as a brunch with an emo-theme, wasn’t what was promised, according to one attendee. 


‘My favorite time of the year online’: Henry Winkler’s annual fishing trip captivates users online

In the hustle and bustle of this workaday “smash that subscribe button” world in which we live, it’s important to take time for the simple thingsHenry Winkler knows what’s up


Every major social media site flunked GLAAD’s LGBTQ safety test

D+ was the highest grade.


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⭐ Decoding Fandom

By Kira Deshler
Assistant Newsletter Editor

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‘It Ends With Us’ trailer divides Swifties, Colleen Hoover fans

In each edition of web_crawlr we have exclusive original content every day. On Wednesdays our Assistant Newsletter Editor Kira Deshler dives deep into the world of fan culture in her “Decoding Fandom” 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 your inbox.

🕸️ Crawling the web

Here is what else is happening across the ‘net.

🥪 This Subway manager went on TikTok to call out workers who keep calling out, but viewers were divided by the complaint

🤑 Everything seems more expensive these days, from groceries to streaming services, but no one could’ve predicted that a good pair of tweezers would be so expensive.

🍣 Recently, Chick-fil-A announced that it would be changing the sourcing of its chicken, and people aren’t happy about it. Like this woman who said she brought sushi to eat at Chick-fil-A after the change.

🚘 A woman is alleging that the Avis rental car company stole nearly $2,000 from her husband on a recent trip, and they’re still looking for the refund.

🍝 This Cheddar’s customer said she’d never go back to Cheddar’s after finding out what they accidentally put in her pasta dish.

💈 People have a lot of opinions about this viral video where a barber said he expects a 40% tip from customers. 

✏️ From the Daily Dot archive: Here’s a look at the wild history of fanfic censorship. 

📝 Question of the Day

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👋 Before you go

One of Disneyland’s popular attractions is the Sword in the Stone. A Disney guest thinks she knows the trick to successfully pulling the sword out of the stone.

The attraction is located in Fantasyland, right in front of King Arthur’s Carousel. It is inspired by the tale of King Arthur, who accidentally pulls the sword out of the stone and becomes king. The Disneyland replica notes that “Whoso Pullath Out This Sword of this Stone and Anvil is rightwise Ruler Born of England.”

In 2020, a guest successfully pulled the sword out of the stone. But there have been no reports of another guest doing so since then.

Woman talking(l+r), Man trying to pull the sword out of the stone(c)

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