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

Good Friday! Our top stories today are about: A resort chicken nugget fail is going viral, a look at how President Biden is pushing an online campaign for everyone for eligible americans to get a discount on the internet, because people are calling a leaked cameo In The flash disrespectful and an Instacart shopper he had to deliver a live lobster to a customer.

After that, our Senior Culture Editor tiffany has she This week on the Internet column for you and shares his choice for meme of the week.

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Today’s best stories

This isn’t even 1 piece of chicken: Resort cuts piece of chicken into 3, tries to make it look like several chicken sticks

Travel can bring surprises. The hotel you arrive at may look significantly different from the one you booked online. Or, in the case of a person, you can receiving absolutely pitiful looking food.


Biden launches Online for All campaign to reach 20 million who lose their discount on the Internet

Almost half of eligible Americans arent leveraging the Affordable Connectivity Program.


The Flash’s evil and disrespectful cameo represents everything wrong with superhero movies in 2023

This leaked cameo is tagged anti-art and digital necromancy. (This story contains spoilers).


Because I always get crazy orders: Instacart shopper has to deliver live lobsters to customer

Instacart shoppers get theirs fair share of strange orders.


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This week on the Internet

By Tiffany Kelly



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Self-produced memes prove that Twitter’s meme culture isn’t dead yet

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Here’s what else is happening on the net.

How would you feel if you he ordered a pound of green beans but ended up getting just a single mung bean Instead?

Even the workers have to eat. This was the message to Wingstop employee made during a video on customers staring at her during their lunch break.

This Target customer it was wiped out by a tape hack at the checkout by calling him so smart.

McDonald’s new bright purple grimace shakes they are going viral online.

It’s easier than ever give away the magic of Disney. Here’s everything you need to know Disney+ gift passes.*

Workers in the world of customer service dealing with quirks on a daily basis. This was especially true for a Best Buy worker who documented a particularly strange request from a customer.

From the Daily Dot Archive:Here you are because you can’t take a screenshot of a TV show or movie on your computer.

Last week, Eat, pray, love announced author Elizabeth Gilbert his next novel. Six days later, canceled the book releasea decision that stemmed from The Goodreads Backlasharousing controversy in the publishing community.

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Meme of the week

A meme that makes fun of the moral panic around Targets Pride merchandise jokes about movies and TV shows that will actually affect kids.


Now playing: Dancing Barefoot by Patti Smith

*First published: June 16, 2023, 10:30 am CDT

Andrea Wirich

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