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Pizza Shop Employee Shares Genius Hack to Get Free Pizza

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A pizza shop employee has gone viral after sharing how he steals a slice of a customer’s pizza without them realizing it. Read on for the hack!

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Source: TikTok/@pizzajayryan

Yes, I would love a free pizza as much as the next person, but that doesn’t mean I want to steal someone else’s! For those unaware, there are plenty of “genius” free food hacks out there in the world that are borderline illegal, including this one I’m about to discuss with you.

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On Nov. 9, 2023, pizza shop worker and TikTok user Pizza Jay Ryan (@pizzajayryan) shared how he steals a slice from a customer’s pizza without them realizing there’s even a missing piece.

Read on to learn more about the hack, and stick around to hear what social media has to say about it.

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This pizza shop employee’s “free pizza” hack is dividing social media.

At the beginning of the video, the person behind the TikTok account took a pizza out of the oven. As the employee moved the fresh pie over to a delivery box, he grabbed a pizza cutter and cut the pizza twice from the center, revealing a decently sized slice.

From there, the worker tossed two remaining parts of the pizza into the box and created a smaller pizza. Then, he cut the smaller portion into eight small slices. In the end, he held up that middle piece and declared it his “dinner.”

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OK, I’m impressed — but it almost feels illegal to know about this “hack.” That customer spent their hard-earned money on that pizza (and a tip), and it’s unfortunate that they won’t receive their entire meal. But then again, the employee is the one who made the food, so some people could argue that they’re “allowed” to have a slice.

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TikTok users were totally baffled by this “free pizza” hack.

The viral video has been viewed more than 3 million times as of this writing. It also received over 2,200 comments from fellow TikTokers who agreed that they no longer trust their local pizza places.

“I don’t want mine cut now,” one person said alongside a crying laughing emoji.

A second user agreed, writing, “From now on, I will make sure I tell them don’t cut it.”

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“I don’t trust [my] pizza shop now,” a third TikToker shared.

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A fourth person responded, “Now I need to find an honest pizzeria.”

“Y’all evil for that,” another TikTok user stated, while someone else hilariously commented, “It’s not even my pizza, and I feel violated.” Yeah, I feel that way too.

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Despite the negative response, Pizza Jay Ryan did receive some support. In fact, some viewers stood up for him and his free pizza hack.

“I get it, though,” one user explained in the comment section. “My husband manages a pizza place, and they are legit so busy they don’t have time to eat.”

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Another person replied, “I used to work at a pizzeria; it’s most likely the pizza maker accidentally made an 18-inch instead of a 16-inch pizza. Nobody’s getting ripped off.”

“All the [people] pressed in the comments like you aren’t still getting a full-sized pizza [with eight] slices,” someone else pointed out.

What do you think? Did this “free pizza” hack go too far? Let us know!

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Guy Gets Trapped in Closet Playing Hide and Seek With His Dog

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A man who was just enjoying a harmless game of hide and seek with his dog soon found himself trapped in a closet — with no idea how to get out.

Guy Gets Trapped in Closet Playing Hide and Seek With His Dog
Source: TikTok | @fireupforjesus

Even for the most pessimistic, anxiety-ridden worst-case scenario type of thinker, conjuring up ways for an innocent game of hide and seek with your sweet dog to go South sounds like a tall order.

Seriously, what’s the worst that could happen? Could they have a hard time finding you and honestly think for a few seconds that you were actually gone?

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Or maybe, thinking that you were absent, they could finally jump on the couch and live out their wildest pet fantasies and tear up every cushion you have in the house? Or if you grew up watching Michael Dudikoff flexing his martial arts prowess in the ’80s, maybe, in the craziest of scenarios, a group of ninjas working for an evil land developer would smash into your place while you were hiding and kidnap your sweet animal angel?

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Or, maybe, unlike TikTok user @fireupforjesus, you totally could foresee how your pet would accidentally move a door in a room in such a way that it would trap you in the closet in which you were hiding in during your game of hide-and-seek, leaving you wondering just how in the world you’re going to get yourself out.

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Source: TikTok | @fireupforjesus

He documented his struggles in a series of TikToks, the first of which went massively viral, clocking in over 5 million views and a slew of comments from intrigued users who wanted to know how and if he’d be able to work his way out of the dual-door pickle.

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The TikToker begins his video from inside of the closet, his voice taking on a slightly incredulous tone as he lays out the situation he’s found himself in: “I can’t make this stuff up so I was playing hide and go seek with my dog, he’s right there, and, um, I ran to hide in the closet. I closed the door, but I didn’t realize he had, he closed the other door behind it.”

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His dog, Milo, tries poking its nose in between the crack of the door as @fireupforjesus places his hand through the crack and tries pushing the door open by applying a bit of force “Like, or opened the other door so now the other door is like pushed into this one’s door handle, hear it? And I have no way…like my arm don’t fit around. Dude. I don’t wanna break this door. Milo, can you help me? Yeah I know, I don’t know what to do either.”

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“So yeah, current situation: stuck in a closet,” he says, defeated, looking into the camera unsure as to what he should do while his dog, Milo, still waiting for him to end his tenure as hider by exiting the closet, which he was unable to do without breaking down the doors, or so he thought.

That’s because he was eventually able to get out of the closet because in a follow-up clip, he posted as a response to one of the many commenters who were waiting with bated breath to see how he was going to extricate himself from his predicament, he demonstrated just how badly he was stuck in there from the outside of the closet.

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In the clip, he pushes the door in question that Milo inadvertently used to trap him inside his spot: due to the angles of the doors, the metal latch of the handle on the one door caught on the closet door when fully extended, meaning that whoever is in the closet would have a heck of a time trying to get out.

Source: TikTok | @fireupforjersus

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The Bible enthusiast, in another video, recreated the scenario from inside the closet, with a concerned-looking Milo waiting outside and peering through the crack as he did in the TikToker’s initial upload.

He shows that sliding his left or right hand through the side crack in the door is ultimately a futile effort, as he can’t get enough leverage or clearance from the closet door’s handle on the room’s door latch to push the other door away enough so he can make his exit.

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What he did discover, however, was that by reaching above the door and sliding his fingers through that crack, he was able to get just enough space to use his fingers to push the room door away from the closet, which allowed him to break free from his empty, carpeted prison, and reunite with Milo.

Source: TikTok | @fireupforjesus

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Thankfully, the scripture fan was tall enough to reach over the the top of the closet door and his fingers were indeed long enough to push it away, otherwise, he may’ve been stuck in there longer, or he would’ve had to get to shoulder charging the doors and, leaving him with not only a mess to clean up, and a potential safety hazard for Milo, but now a new expense he incurred from an innocent game of hide and seek with his beloved pet.

Overall it could’ve been worse for him, however: at least he had his cell phone with him so if the doors were made of a sturdier material and he was truly stuck, he could’ve phoned for some help.

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Tailgater Makes Bank Chugging Contests in Parking Lot

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An NFL tailgater found a brilliant way to kill two birds with one stone: get the cost of his game day tickets covered while enjoying some beers.

Tailgater Makes Bank Chugging Contests in Parking Lot
Source: TikTok | @ronnydoitche

Tailgating is about as time-honored a tradition as stanning for K-Pop groups on Twitter by doxxing anyone who says anything bad about your favorite 17-woman group.

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And while you could pretty much tailgate anywhere you can park a car and bust out a cooler of drinks and a portable grill, the practice is often most closely associated with NFL fans who vehemently debate whether or not Tom Brady would be able to survive under the rule set that other greats like Joe Montana and Terry Bradshaw among many others.

That’s usually what one thinks of when tailgating: a group of fans pre-gaming while rocking their favorite jerseys and day drinking, presumably in a bid to make the game more enjoyable while they scar their vocal cords as they say things about the referees who probably would’ve gotten them banned from social media.

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What one doesn’t consider, is how fans can, before the game, earn a few bucks while engaging in some friendly drinking competitions with their fellow pigskin lovers.

But that’s exactly what this industrious fan did.

Source: TikTok | @ronnydoitche

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Ronny Doitche (@ronnydoitche) has posted several TikTok clips that demonstrate his beer chugging prowess, whether it’s rocking crazy-looking, quad-bottle holders to help him slam multiple Miller High Lifes at the same time, or sitting outside of a McDonald’s and pouring out and pounding down a Grimace Shake Jager Bomb, the man sure knows how to get creative with his unique skill.

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In what is perhaps the most brilliant display of mixing business with pleasure when it comes to drinking beer in a stadium parking lot before a football game, Ronny set up a table with a cooler and multiple plastic cups and decided to record himself absolutely smashing folks who thought they could out chug the quick-beer-drinking maven.

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In a clip that’s garnered over 18.7 million views, Ronny can be seen sitting behind this table. His face: stoic, presumably fixated on the task at hand: to take as many $20 bills from unsuspecting NFL game attendees as possible.

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A sign on the table reads: “$100 to your $20 I can chug a Friday beer faster than you change my mind.”

An unsuspecting participant approaches Ronny at the table and puts $20 into his jar as he says, “Go Patriots.”

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The two men cheers and they begin to chug: Ronny’s is gone in an instant as the challenger is still drinking from his own cup.

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Another NFL fan tries his luck and Ronny seemingly gives him a head start, but he summarily loses, earning Ronny another $20 in the process. The third guy puts up a better fight, but ultimately falls to Ronny.

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While the video shows a fourth competitor, someone off camera remarks that Ronny was already “10 beers deep” at this point, signifying he’s already managed to earn $200 from his tailgating venture. This individual watches the chug champ best him, and doesn’t even bother to attempt to chug any longer.

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No matter who steps up to test their mettle against Ronny, they can’t seem to match his speed, but everyone, to their credit, takes it well. By the end of it, according to a caption he appended to his post, he was $440 richer, which, depending on the tickets he bought for the game, should more than cover the cost of his ticket and the beers he brought to the parking lot.

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TikTokers who bore witness to Ronny’s chugging excellence seemed just as impressed as everyone else watching on in the video. Like this person who wrote: “It seemed like he just kept getting faster each time lol I could never do that”

While another was just impressed with his hustle: “Dudes making money by drinking beer. I need this talent lol”

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Younger Generations Don’t Actually Benefit From Work

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In trying to explain the economic divide between Boomers and younger generations, one man figures out that the latter doesn’t benefit from work.

It feels like younger generations hear certain phrases from Boomers all the time about our work ethic, lifestyle, and expectations. Most of all, they call us “lazy” and say that we don’t want to work anymore. In reality, many of us have been working since we were teenagers and are still holding down challenging jobs.

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These conversations can be especially tricky during the holidays when older family members blame us for any financial shortcomings. “At your age, I had already bought my second home and had a child,” they might say. Luckily, comedian Brendon Lemon was able to make the logical argument on TikTok as to why younger generations don’t actually benefit from work.

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Comedian Brendon Lemon figured out why younger generations don’t want to work — there’s no benefit.

When talking to his Boomer dad and uncles, Brendon made a point about the difference in generations and our expectations. “Why do people expect work to be good?” Brendon’s Boomer relatives tell him. “It’s not supposed to be. It’s not supposed to be comfortable, that’s why you call it work. We didn’t expect it to be comfortable, we labored in uncomfortable situations, and we did it in order to make a living. We didn’t expect luxuries. You guys expect luxuries.”

What luxuries do millennials and Gen Z expect? Sure, offices lure us in with nice coffee machines, ping pong tables, and in-office bars, but no one is asking for that. Those are all just distractions from low pay and even lower growth opportunities. Maybe if the office is nice, we won’t want to leave a job that takes us for granted as quickly. But at the end of the day, all people really want is enough money and time to have a life outside of work.

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“Who’s telling them that we want luxury?” Brendon asks. “And that for some reason we’re unwilling to put up with uncomfortable situations? All of us worked through college! I don’t know a single person who didn’t have a job, who didn’t work almost full-time all the way through college, even though they were going to college full-time.”

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“Secondly, most of us are just asking for healthcare and affordable housing. I don’t understand where the concept of luxury is coming from. A place to sleep and have some money to buy food and then maybe go out every once in a while is most of what people are asking for. And not to be terrified of future and retirement and dying poor and lonely.”

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But an emotional argument can only take us so far. When Brendon gets into actual statistics, it’s terrifying what we can see and how the future looks for future generations. Since 2000, there has been 62.34 percent inflation total.

For example, something that would have cost $5.38 in 2000 now costs at least $8.73. The CPI (Consumer Price Index) has increased by 500 percent since 1970, and college tuition has increased by 1,550 percent. But there has only been a 10 percent increase in wages. That’s a recipe for disaster!

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Not only that, but Brendon added the data about how Baby Boomers have blocked career progression and wage increases for younger generations by not retiring. All of this data shows one very important fact — it isn’t that millennials and Gen Z don’t want to work. It’s that working isn’t worth it anymore. Because even if we do everything our parents did, we won’t be able to afford even half the life they wanted for us.

One person even commented that they make more than their parents combined, who owned three houses, and they can’t even afford to buy one house. Others pointed out that the basic necessities of internet, cell phones, and a place to live are suddenly being equated with “luxuries.”

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Someone else added that not only does work not benefit us, but it also doesn’t seem to benefit society. Most of the high-paying jobs are for large corporations who take advantage of the Earth’s natural resources and lower-rung employees, all while benefiting one rich guy at the top who donates to campaigns we disagree with.

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Millennials have been working for at least a decade, if not longer. They would know by now if work was worth it, but if anything, many of our lives have gotten harder instead of easier.

Millennials had the technology to warn Gen Z, and they’re now learning the same thing and how to make money through other avenues, such as NFTs and influencer marketing, which may not seem like “work” to Boomers.

So yes, the Boomers are right, to a degree. We don’t want to work, because what’s the point?

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