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

Today’s top stories are about: a woman’s icky discovery in her Chipotle burrito bowl, Elon Musk’s broken promise about an upcoming Cybertruck feature, the five most popular beauty hacks on TikTok right now, and a new theory about the cause of RFK Jr’s brain worm

After that, check out Mikael’s ‘One Dumb Conspiracy‘ column about a group of Facebook users buggin’ out. 

Until next time,

— K.D. 

⚡ Today in Internet Culture

‘I hope you guys sue them’: Chipotle customer mobile-orders bowl, finds something strange inside

A Chipotle customer found a creepy crawly in her burrito bowl, and her complaint isn’t the first of its kind


Cybertrucks still can’t recognize other Cybertrucks—4 years after Musk promised they would

Will the much-maligned Tesla vehicles ever be able to find each other on the open road?


‘I didn’t think it was going to work’: 5 beauty hacks that TikTok goes wild for

TikTok has become the go-to place to discover the latest beauty tips and must-have products. 


RFK Jr.s new diet revelation has people convinced they found the cause of his brain worm

Even if it’s not factually true, it feels spiritually true


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🔍 One Dumb Conspiracy 

By Mikael Thalen
Staff Reporter

Gordon Ramsay protests globalist plan to feed world bugs
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Gordon Ramsay isn’t protesting a globalist plot to make us eat bugs

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🕸️ Crawling the Web

Here is what else is happening across the ‘net.

💺 An American Airlines passenger had an unusually placed aisle seat that made her feel self-conscious, but other people viewing her video about it declared it to be the best seat on the plane.

🚘 This Tesla Cybertruck driver tried taking it off-roadIt backfired

🦷 One of the most common ways one develops cavities is by consuming sweets. A London-based dentist revealed how you can enjoy your favorite sweets without having to worry about getting cavities.

🥗 A woman bought $30 gas station salads for months because she was duped by a ghost kitchen, she claims.

🏠 If you’ve ever wondered what happens to the items of an apartment that went through an eviction, this video might just answer your questions.

👮 From the Daily Dot archive: A background check company is secretly paying cops on TikTok to push its services.

📝 Question of the Day

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