Even if you’re not claustrophobic, nobody wants to get stuck in an elevator, which is exactly what happened to Amanda Carpenter back in February.
Victoria's Secret used to sell more than underwear; they had an actual clothing line, but they discontinued that earlier this year in favor of more that covered less, more or less.
This sounds so incredibly tasteless that you’ll think it’s made up, but I assure you these people are real and they’re really infuriating.
San Antonio based store Miracle Mattress decided to commemorate the 15th anniversary of 9/11 by having something called a "Twin Towers sale," and while the name is bad enough, the video is even more disgusting.
A man named Shawn Richard was on vacation in Florida with his girlfriend, and they’d stopped at the Walmart to buy some things for the beach when they came across this display.
The semi-annual Apple Special Event, which is basically a two-hour long infomercial for the company’s latest products, was streamed live on Wednesday.
It also featured CEO Tim Cook riding up to the event singing with James Corden and Pharrell, which was a nice touch.
Online reviews are very important to business, especially those like Nook Neighbourhood Coffee, a café in Stockport, UK.
If you think you’re having a bad day, maybe get in line behind Norwegian photographer and father of three Claus Jørstad, who took to IKEA’s Facebook page to leave what can only be described as an epic (and cringeworthy) account of an unfortunate situation.
He explained that he'd bought the company's Marius chair to put in his shower after a knee injury made it difficult to stand.
Advertising is very important for fast food places because there are roughly 2,352,405 different places you could go — give or take a few fries — so they need some kind of hook to get your business.
For many, those are the signs outside their establishment. And while some are quirky and clever, others are…well, fast fails.
Whether it’s an ill-advised message or simply an unfortunate spelling error, let’s just say you would probably keep on driving right through.
Get Jiggy With It
If you've ever worked in retail, you know that it's prime real estate for dealing with "interesting" people, as Tumblr user kimpossibooty recently found out when he started a new job at Target.
Sometimes trying to reach a customer service rep is about as easy as climbing to the top of Everest blindfolded while riding a unicycle, so clients often take to Facebook to vent their frustration with the company. However, sometimes you get a social media manager that really just kind of “gets” it, like Skyscanner, a UK-based travel app.
As you will see below, they had the perfect response to a customer concern that didn’t require the customer screaming “REPRESENTATIVE” into the phone.
It all started when James Llyod posted the following photo to Skyscanner's Facebook page, inquiring about a site glitch suggesting he would have a 47-year layover in Bangkok.
Flights are delayed all the time, and you don’t usually know exactly what caused the delay, so you just kind of roll with it.
But on Wednesday, easyJet flight EZY835 from London Gatwick to Belfast was about 90 minutes late after a “verbal disagreement” took place between two crew members. The plane had to return to its gate, the crew members in question were replaced and, for a while, there was widespread confusion among the people on board.
Thankfully one of those passengers — TV Presenter Dan Lobb, in utter disbelief — tweeted the whole thing out for our viewing pleasure.