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Purrfectly Cozy: Cats Caught Napping In The Cutest Positions (18 Pictures)

LOL Cats - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 15:00

It's not easy being cute! After a few hours of cute-ing around, even the most adorable feline needs a cozy nap. That's where our list comes in. We managed to find some awwdorable Cats Caught Napping In The Cutest Positions. We are talking about some of the most snuggly kitties caught in the act of snoozing. These cuddled-up balls of fluff know how to take a catnap like champions.

You might start feeling a little sleepy as you browse through our collection of cats snoozing in the most adorable positions. Some are snuggled up with their favorite stuffed toy while others are sprawled out on their back with their paws in the air. But whatever the position is, these cats know how to relax in style. So sit back, grab a warm drink, and get ready to feel all warm and fuzzy inside as you scroll through our purrfectly cozy list. Just try not to fall asleep (Or fall in love).

'Find those muffins!!': Karen customer demands nonexistent muffins, manager demands their procurement

Fail Blog - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 15:00

Customers are easily the worst part of any customer service job, followed closely by arrogant unqualified managers. The two make a dynamic duo when you're unfortunate enough to endure them simultaneously. The Karen, an unstoppable force of rage and fury, and the manager, an unmovable brick wall of utter density. Like Batman and the Joker, they are eternally locked in an endless struggle—and you're stuck in the middle. (It's no wonder that, in these industries, you spend most of your time off just trying to recover from adrenal fatigue.)

Yes, customers are entitled and demanding, sometimes making demands for things that don't even actually exist. When this happens, your manager will probably get involved and tell them to jog on in the nicest way possible…. Unless your manager is Steve. See, Steve heard the phrase "The customer is always right." and decided to treat it as gospel. Whatever the customer wanted, Steve was going to give them, insisting that these mystery muffins be found. This set up a brilliant opportunity for malicious compliance. 

Keep reading for this story, as it was originally shared on Reddit's r/MaliciousCompliance. For more, check out these workers who quit after their manager tried to write them up.

Time For Your Pawformance Review: 21 Pics Of Pawfessional Felines Working Their 9 To 5

LOL Cats - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 14:00

While cats aren't best known for their work ethic, their ability to follow instructions or their punctuality. They are known for their boundless sarcasm and apathy, boy oh boy does this make them the perfect little furry workers. The looks of derision from across the room when you make a sale, the judgmental eyes that say "Alan, I can type 100 words a minute…with my paw, what's your excuse?". Perhaps bosses could start assigning motivational cats to their work-from-home employees, it would be like micromanaging but with a cat…

So if the incoming tide of motivational work-from-home cats has got you nervous, check out the list below to see what the felines have in store for us (PS it is a lot of cat bottoms on keyboards). Their beta test is almost complete. May they be merciful in their take over. All hail the cat overlords.

Snooping Karen makes teen cry after she alleges credit card 'fraud'

Fail Blog - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 14:00

This woman decided to visit an expensive department store and spy on the other customers while they shopped. If only she had decided to mind her business, the internet wouldn't be roasting her

After a shopping incident, Karen felt justified to post to r/AmItheA**hole – she was so sure she was in the right, but she just wanted to be sure. As she explains the story, she went for a shopping trip in Bloomingdales, and noticed two teen girls who found a pair of super expensive boots, and decided to buy them. As Karen listened into their conversation, she decided that there was potential fraud afoot! These girls were planning on using a credit card belonging to one of the girls' father. Karen swooped in to stop these teenagers, without realizing that she was the a**hole in this situation. 

Scroll down to check out this OP's insane tale of Karen tomfoolery. Then, this neighborhood feud has gone on for years — and it finally escalated when one neighbor tattled to the police. 

The Soapy Struggle: Hilarious Antics Of Displeased Cats Before, During, & After Their Baths

LOL Cats - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 13:00

Hey cat-lovers! How goes it? If you've ever tried to give a cat a bath, you know that it's not an easy task. Feline friends are notoriously fussy about their hygiene, and the prospect of a bath can send them into a frenzy. These hilarious photos and gifs capture the antics of displeased cats during their baths, and it's hard not to laugh at their expressions of pure disdain. As you can see from the photos, cats are not afraid to show their displeasure when it comes to baths. Some of them try to escape by jumping out of the tub or clawing at their human's arms, while others simply sit there with a look of utter disgust on their faces.

It's hard not to admire their determination to stay dry, but their antics are also incredibly amusing. From fluffy cats who look like they've turned into a wet mop to grumpy cats who seem to be plotting their revenge, these photos showcase the many faces of displeased cats during their baths. These photos serve as a reminder that cats are independent creatures who are not afraid to voice their opinions. Even though they may not enjoy baths, they still manage to bring a smile to our faces with their hilarious antics. So, the next time you give your cat a bath, be prepared for some pushback, but also enjoy the opportunity to witness some of their amusing and memorable reactions.

35+ Top Relatable Pie Chart Fails Depicting Our Worst Habits

Fail Blog - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 13:00

This one goes out to all the visual learners out there. We all know that sometimes, the only way to properly conceptualize something is with a visual aid. We've learned this from our school days. And yet, even as adults, there is something about a pie chart that makes our biggest daily fails all the more relatable and universal. At the same time, they can make our biggest daily fails all the more confronting. Talk about a double-edged sword!


Some of these charts address our greatest insecurities, our awkward social interactions, our dating lives (or lack thereof), our uncontrollable eating habits, our relationship with work, and even our relationship with ourselves. Who knew that a pie chart could convey so much with so little? Keep scrolling below to have a look at these pie chart fails. When you're finished, check out some more compilations like these gym fails and these airport memes.

'If I was the CEO I would decrease your wages': Demotivational Karen spills the results of employees' anonymous surveys

Fail Blog - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 12:00

This department head is unbelievably out of touch with her employees. It seems like the more money people make in their jobs, the more they forget how hard it is to live on a low salary. This Head of Department Karen really hit a nerve with the employees working under her guidance. As she gave an employee update, she managed to say some truly baffling things to the call center team. 

U/peacesalaamz took to the r/talesfromcallcenters subreddit to share this story of their Head of Department, who decided to give her employees some "updates in what the company has improve[d] on for customers and employees." To Karen's surprise, an anonymous survey of the call center workers found that most of them were less than thrilled about their current salary. Instead of offering a raise or addressing the employees' concerns, this department head chose a different strategy. Read all about these wild Karen antics below. Then, check out these horrible roommates whose habits make them impossible to live with. 

Relatable Work Memes for Employees With a Permanent Case of the Mondays (February 28, 2023)

Fail Blog - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 11:30

Going to work is undoubtedly the lamest necessary evil in our lives. Not only are you wasting 8 precious hours each day, but you're lining the pockets of some nepo-baby CEO who's only ever worked on his yacht racing 'career' and assembling his Burning Man looks. While your boss may have never worked a day in their life, you're all too familiar with the creaking sounds of the freeway when it's commuter traffic time, that feeling when you skip breakfast because you're running late to the office, and the solemn (yet hopeful) promise of getting your direct deposit notification every two weeks. Hang in there, buddy– the corporate cogs will always turn, it's best you don't get caught between them by sticking your neck out.

Student Forced to Write Fundraising Letter to Grandparents for a Grade, Maliciously Complies by Writing to Grandma’s Cemetery

Fail Blog - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 11:00

I mean, technically, that is where she lives now... 


As we all know, schools can be ridiculous when it comes to money. Not only did this school have what appears to be a steep tuition, but it also overdoes it with all the fundraising requests. In a particularly unethical move, they required students to write letters to their grandparents asking them to donate money…for a grade! 


So what did this student do? She shared via this thread on Reddit's r/MaliciousCompliance subreddit that although she did have one living grandparent at the time, that grandparent was a bit out of it at that point. So, the Redditor decided to write her letter and address it to her favorite grandmother's cemetery. She submitted the letter, got a 100, and no one figured out where exactly that letter went. 


Keep scrolling below to see what people had to say in the comments, and if you're currently getting hit up constantly by your high school or college, perhaps this story serves as some maliciously compliant inspiration. For more, here's a story about a Karen who accused her coworker of vaping.

‘Welcome to the Loonies Playground’ : 20+ Funniest Tone-Deaf LinkedIn Lunatics

Fail Blog - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 10:00

There is an ongoing competition on social media, and the award goes out to 'Who can be the most tone-deaf'? From celebrities to CEOs, there is always gonna be that person writing a post that makes your jaw drop in disbelief. How do people live with their own stupidity? People seem to exist on a different plane of reality. The captions are staggeringly phony and ignorant.

LinkedIn is the Instagram for grown-ups, the place that insecure people tend to go, bragging about their own semi-miserable existence. We all know one or two of those people, roaming about the playground of stupid. Sure, there are some perks to LinkedIn, such as expanding your social network, job hunting, developing your career, etc. But it gets exhausting trying to keep up with the fake folk all the time.

At least it's a good way to check if a workplace has horrible management or not. If a CEO is posting about you on his page after an interview, you know to stay far, far away. Scroll down for a big batch of dumb. You can also check out the last listicle we did regarding the raging LinkedIn lunatics here.

50 Funny Feline Tweets Featuring 'Things On Cats,' Random Objects Placed On Top Of Cats In The Silliest of Fashions

LOL Cats - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 10:00

Hey pals. Get ready for some hearty laughs with these hilarious tweets featuring cats as unlikely resting spots for random objects. These silly feline friends seem to have a natural talent for balancing items on their heads, backs, and even tails! From ramen packs to fruits, tissues to mail, these cats are the ultimate multitaskers. They not only provide us with endless entertainment and love, but also serve as the perfect resting spot for our everyday items.

Whether they're sleeping, playing or lounging around, these cats never fail to surprise us with their unique abilities. It seems that anything can become a makeshift resting spot when it's balanced on top of a cat! These tweets remind us of the incredible versatility of cats and their amazing ability to make us laugh. They bring joy and entertainment to our lives, even when they're just sitting around with random objects on their backs. So, let's all take a moment to appreciate our furry friends and their ability to turn the mundane into something hilarious and memorable!

February Wrap Up: 25 Of The Cutest Cat Pics We Found On The Internet This Month

LOL Cats - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 09:00

Congratulations, friends and fellow cat lovers - we survived another month. This one was tough, fur real! For all of us single pringles, we had to deal with Valentine's Day (we don't need any reminders of how single we are), and also work has been like cleaning a litter box that never ends. So, to treat ourselves for getting through the month of February, we collected the cutest cat pics we could find on the internet just for you.

These kitties are absolutely adorable. They certainly brought a smile to our faces, and they did a purrrfect job of getting our serotonin flowing. So many cute kitties, each one as cute or cuter than the one before - it's almost too cute to handle! We can't wait for next month to see the cutest pics from March, it's gonna be a cute month, we're sure of it!

'I am quitting [...] effective immediately': Worker quits without notice after watching their coworkers being fired without notice.

Fail Blog - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 09:00

Treat others how you would like to be treated: the golden rule. Regardless of your religious beliefs or affiliations, it stands to reason that this is a good principle to follow in order to build a moral foundation for one's actions. This "golden rule" or sometimes "ethic of reciprocity" appears universally throughout civilizations and cultures, dating back as far as 2000 BCE in Ancient Egypt. 

Despite its ubiquity in philosophy and religion, small business owners somehow seemed to have missed the memo, often expecting considerations from their workers that they themselves would never give to anyone. This brings us to a common problem regarding the 'trust fall' that is notice periods (and the act of giving notice in general) in the United States. With most of the US being employment at will, your employer could send you packing 20 seconds from now for whatever reason they desired, such as manifesting the failure of their business. So, when you go to give them your two-week notice, you might expect them to do the same in return, but they could take that notice and terminate your employment on the spot.

With this in mind, when an employer has proven that, when push comes to shove, they themself won't follow a notice period, you shouldn't either when leaving that business. (However, if an employer has shown you nothing but respect, it would be wise to treat them with the same.)

After watching two of their coworkers be let go without notice or warning, this worker knew that they were going to be saddled with the whole team's work and quickly made plans to make moves and get out of the toxic bakery where they worked. 

You might say, after all is bread and done, that the employer has found themselves in a shit show of their own baking. They'll knead to get on their hiring game to save themselves from disaster. 




'My roommate told me my Social Security number': 20+ Utterly unhinged roommate stories

Fail Blog - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 08:00

Living in close quarters with someone forces you to be up close and personal with their messy rooms and weird habits. Lots of people have bad roommate stories — some can only be shared anonymously! While having a terrible roommate is awful at the time, it can result in some hilarious stories to tell your friends after the fact, as these people below know all too well. 

Communication is key when living with other people, but some of these bad roommates are terrible at it. There are reasons why certain ultra-specific rules get invented – just ask the "no Mr. Beast and chill" guy. Some women wrote that their roommates left gobs of hair in the shower, and one unfortunate soul got their toothbrush taken by their roomie! 

Scroll down to check out this latest batch of nightmare cohabitators. Then, in this article, 40 people shared their most scandalous unpopular opinions

Just An Uplifting Collection Of Wholesome Cat Memes To Turn Those Sad Frowns All The Way Around

LOL Cats - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 08:00

Ugh, there are moments during the week when we just get to a point that we want nothing more than to get back home and hide under our blankets for a little while. When hard things happen, when life is exhausting, when we're sitting in the office, thinking about how our cat is at home - right there - available for cuddles if we were only next to it. This is one of those moments, and gosh, we need a pick-me-up. Right now. And what's a better way of turning those frowns all the way around than with a brand new collection of wholesome cat memes?

There is nothing that makes us smile quite as fast as a bunch of uplifting cat memes. It's cats, it's wholesomeness, and it's memes all combined. There's no way to go wrong there. We hope you enjoy this little bouquet of heartwarming cat memes and that the rest of your day will past swiftly and pawsitively.

‘Redo the Essay, It’s Total and Utter Garbage’ : College Professor Spites Student, Leading To Malicious Compliance That Includes Debunking Professor’s Favorite Literary Magnum Opus

Fail Blog - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 07:00

I'll be the first to admit, it's so deliciously fun to get back at a professor you dislike, for whatever reason. Sticking it to the know-it-alls is a satisfying feeling. Granted, this is the type of situation that could backfire, but in this case, it did not. A college student was on great terms with her professor until she wasn't. He'd belittled a very long paper she'd written, stating his utter disgust: 'This is a pathetic excuse research-wise and a joke format-wise.

He added that he would allow her to reattempt admitting the paper, but that he wouldn't be so lenient with her in the future. Cue malicious compliance… His standards were high? She'd give him exactly what he wanted. Scroll down to read about the full story in petty detail. She debunked his favorite literary magnum opus written by Shakespeare, and he was less than thrilled. 

For more, check out this tale of malicious compliance that includes fed-up employees and a very greedy company.

17 Purrfectly Interesting And Highly Amusing Cat Facts, Memes And Pics

LOL Cats - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 07:00

People who don't own cats, who don't get to live with the day by day like we do, a lot of times, think that cats are very simple beings. They think that cats do nothing but sleep, eat, and lick themselves all day long. But we, as cat owners, know that's not true. We know that although yes, cats sleep around 16 hours a day, the hours that they spend awake are full of nothing but madness. Cats are so weird sometimes. Did you know that every cat has one random non-meat food that it is obsessed with and will fight you for? Did you know that there was a study that found that cats are less stressed when they have access to cardboard boxes

There are so many interesting things to know about cats! And those are the exact things that we have complied for you today - a whole bunch of interesting cat facts and stories (and memes- because we love a little laughter) to teach you, in the most amusing way, some new things about cats. 

'I got to enjoy a comfortable 40-hour week': Tyranical manager bans overtime "without approval," overworked employees gladly comply

Fail Blog - Tue, 02/28/2023 - 06:00

There's this thing that occasionally happens in workplaces, universally, across every industry, when management takes a look at their books and realizes how much they're paying workers in overtime. Commence initiative: Overtime approval—requiring workers to endure ridiculous approval processes to beat them into submission until they don't bother reporting overtime that they're working. The extra work still gets done, and costs don't increase. Job done.

The perplexingly confounding thing about organizations that go this route is that they almost always have a culture of forcing workers to work overtime to cover for chronic understaffing, dodging the pesky costs associated with having more workers on the payroll in the first place. That's all fine and dandy, but there's a reason these organizations suffer high rates of burnout and high turnover. 

However, depending on how fed up your workers are with this transparent circus you're running, there's another way that this can go: They stop working overtime. Now you're stuck in a game of cat and mouse where your workers are technically doing exactly what you asked, but projects are falling by the wayside.

That's pretty much what we have in this workplace story of malicious compliance. Keep reading for the thread, as it was posted by Redditor u/_dontseeme. For more, check out these workers who quit when their manager tried to write them up after they helped close by working a double shift. 


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