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Guy Pretends To Be Customer Support For Companies On Social Media, Hilarity Ensues

These days, people are doing anything to stay sane, but one guy has absolutely killed it and on the boredom contest hands down. How you may ask? By changing his name to 'customer support' on social media, going onto actual complaints on companies' Facebook and Twitter pages, and replying to the complaints as 'Customer Support'. He even changed his profile pic to the companies logos, so as to appear more authentic. Even though the customers were less than happy, the interactions are hilarious. Scroll through for some top-level humor! 

man pretends to be customer support on social media for different companies - funny exchange between Sainsbury's customer support and angry customer | bought pack always ultra sanitary pads store only discover there were 14 pack rather than 16 as stated do not want use rest as pack has been tampered with. Do complain or always direct. Please advise? O Like Comment Share Customer Support Are only mad because 's time month tho? 13 mins Like Reply More Really unprofessional make rude joke over pers
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Some Japan Companies Are Enforcing A 'No Glasses' Rule For Women

In an article published by Bloomberg, it was revealed that some Japan companies are barring women from wearing glasses in the workplace. 

Did I just read that correctly? Wait, let me put on my glasses. 

Such a simple and obvious necessity you wouldn't even think twice about, yet some Japan companies are banning the necessity -- soley for aesthetic purposes. 

Japan Nippon TV aired the story that has since gone viral and received tons of response. 

Japanese women are now fighting for the right to wear glasses to work. The hashtag #glassesban was trending, women sharing selfies of themselves wearing the apparently offending eyewear. 

Ishikawa, who has started a petition signed by more than 31,000 supporters who agree standing in heels all day should not be a job requirement for female workers had this to say about the situation, "If wearing glasses is a real problem at work it should be banned for everyone -- men and women. This problem with glasses is the exact same as high heels. It's only a rule for female workers."

Right on, Ishikawa! We stand with you, women of Japan. 

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13 Hilarious Job Interview Scenarios At Famous Companies

Huge companies like Ikea or Starbucks have become such an inaugural part of our daily lives that the mere thought of them reminds us of a gazillion jokes and memes associated with them. This gave illustrator Leonid Khan an idea for a new comical series of job interviews which take place in those famous companies. Made for the guys at Bright Side, the series offers 13 job interviews in companies like Ikea and Mcdonald's, poking fun at the stereotypes about them.

How would job interviews look like at diferent famous companies
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