These Hilarious Monday Sucks Memes Will Make Your Day a Little Bit Better

Mondays are hard. Getting up for work or schoool following an extra long weekend or vacation is even harder. Luckily, no matter how much your Monday sucks, there are memes guaranteed to make the beginning of the week more bearable. 

Is it a rainy Monday? There is a meme for that. Can’t believe it’s Monday already and want all your social media followers to relate? We got you covered. Heading to the gym Monday morning and already dreading it? There is a meme for that too. Seriously, thanks to the internet you can express your Monday blues and possibly spread some laughter all at the same time. 

By the time you scroll through our roundup of funny Monday memes, you’ll realize Monday is not really that bad — but it’s still definitely not Friday. 

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You could probably find an Office meme for every day of the week, but if Monday were a person, it would be Michael Scott. 

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We now know exactly how Miss Colombia felt at the 2016 Miss Universe pageant. 

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Why is it so much easier to wake up early on a Saturday? Seriously, we need answers. 

Channel your inner Tyra Banks to get out of that 10 a.m. conference call. 

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How is it Monday already? 

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Monday mornings and happiness only go together when it’s a three-day weekend. 

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Monday has us questioning all our life choices. 

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On Mondays, sweatpants-wearing George Constanza is our spirit animal. For a show about nothing, Seinfeld is still delivering the memes years later. 

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If Amazon can deliver packages to our car, we KNOW that they can make Alexa clock in for us too. 

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Make. It. Stop. 

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Monday, Mona’s often overlooked little sister. 

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The face you make when you are trying to keep it together, but dying on the inside. 

The Sunday scaries are real. 

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There is a special place in hell for bosses who schedule Monday meetings at 9 a.m. 

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Carrot Top is literally Monday in human form. You’re welcome. 

That eye roll tho. 

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Woman Captures Bible Group 'Mob' Crashing Airbnb and Stealing From the Bathroom

Woman Captures Bible Group 'Mob' Crashing Airbnb and Stealing From the Bathroom

Twitter user Mary Numair shared security cam footage and photos on the social media platform of a group of 25 or so members of a “Bible Group” who crashed a three-bedroom home that was rented on Airbnb.

Their behavior is the kind of stuff that would probably get you banned from ever using the service, and make property owners think twice about using the platform to lease out their space.

It all began when a mob of 25 or so people showed up at the house. There were supposed to  only be four.

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Mary live-tweeted the entire thing and captured the downright childish, and illegal behavior, from the house guests. 

Warning: This bizarre story is pretty rage-inducing, so if you can’t stand the sight of people acting like entitled weirdos, then this might not be the one for you.

This image that Mary uploaded shows about “half” of the people who attempted to stay on the property.

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Ben Newman, Mary’s boyfriend, saw on his Nest camera that the group was way larger than the one he had agreed to accommodate in the home. Ben decided to ring the individual who booked the home and it turns out that the group was just there for a “quick Bible study,” and that they would be leaving shortly.

“So he calls the guy and is like ‘Hey man, not to be rude but that looks like a lot more than four. My house can’t accommodate large events.’ The guy is like “OHh gosh, I’m so sorry. We’re doing a quick Bible study and then they’re leaving.”

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As Mary tells the story, Ben “begrudgingly” allowed the guests to stay, but, after monitoring his CCTV camera, saw that even more people started showing up at the property. Ben, having already given a courtesy call to the person who booked the space, decided to call Airbnb and let them know of the situation.

“Finally he calls Airbnb and they’re like “Are you sure you can’t accommodate them?” Literal dozens of people on a small rural septic system, nah.”

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The 2014 “Company of the Year” contacted the booker and let them know that they couldn’t have six times the amount of people in the space, but the customer came back and said that there was a “verbal agreement” in place that 25 people could be allowed to stay on the premises. There wasn’t.

Mary continued, “So! Airbnb calls back the guy, calls my boyfriend back and says ‘The guy says you had a verbal agreement to let 25 or so people stay.’ What the f–k. It’s a three-bedroom house. No. F–k no.”

Airbnb then called the guest and told him that he and his party would need to leave. It didn’t end there, however.

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The house guests didn’t feel like they were obligated to leave the property, so they stayed. The “head” of the group went outside and put his pillow in the car and then went back in the house like nothing was wrong. 

Mary couldn’t believe the inconsideration the group displayed. “Oh also, the guy said ‘We’re just a large Christian Bible study group. What does it matter if it’s more than four?’ Like what the f–k does loving Jesus mean, you get away with this s–t.”

Their reluctance to leave forced Mary and Ben to show up on the property to make sure  the group had left, as they had been instructed to by them and Airbnb.

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When they arrived, no one had left, nor did they seem in a hurry to do so. To add insult to injury, they stole all of the toiletries out of the bathroom.

Airbnb then messaged the home owners, by that time, it was 11:22pm, “I know the guests really violated the rules for having additional guests on the listing but I’m sure it’s not that easy for the guest to leave the listing. I would like to ask what are the possible options we can give to guest as a courtesy … it’s late at night, 11.22pm.”

Mary tweeted that the guests clearly didn’t expect her and her boyfriend would show up.

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“Oh by the way, they had a few people sneak out the back but there’s a lot of people still here. He wasn’t aware that we were coming so that’s why he lied about that.”

It wasn’t until after they left that Mary and Ben learned they had stolen all of the toiletries from the bathroom.

After the entire insane ordeal was over with, Mary said that at least Airbnb made things right.

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She responded to a Twitter user who asked if she felt the company “backed her up” as a host, “Yeah. Especially once we made it clear that we had video proof they were wilfully breaking a major house rule and repeatedly lying about it.”

The company also refunded Ben the $ 75 for the stolen bathroom supplies, as well as the $ 621 for the booking fee that they lost on account of their house guests, all 25 of them, leaving early.

At the very least, Mary had a sense of humor about the whole thing.

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What a nightmare.

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Woman Captures Bible Group 'Mob' Crashing Airbnb and Stealing From the Bathroom

Woman Captures Bible Group 'Mob' Crashing Airbnb and Stealing From the Bathroom

Twitter user Mary Numair shared security cam footage and photos on the social media platform of a group of 25 or so members of a “Bible Group” who crashed a three-bedroom home that was rented on Airbnb.

Their behavior is the kind of stuff that would probably get you banned from ever using the service, and make property owners think twice about using the platform to lease out their space.

It all began when a mob of 25 or so people showed up at the house. There were supposed to  only be four.

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Mary live-tweeted the entire thing and captured the downright childish, and illegal behavior, from the house guests. 

Warning: This bizarre story is pretty rage-inducing, so if you can’t stand the sight of people acting like entitled weirdos, then this might not be the one for you.

This image that Mary uploaded shows about “half” of the people who attempted to stay on the property.

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Ben Newman, Mary’s boyfriend, saw on his Nest camera that the group was way larger than the one he had agreed to accommodate in the home. Ben decided to ring the individual who booked the home and it turns out that the group was just there for a “quick Bible study,” and that they would be leaving shortly.

“So he calls the guy and is like ‘Hey man, not to be rude but that looks like a lot more than four. My house can’t accommodate large events.’ The guy is like “OHh gosh, I’m so sorry. We’re doing a quick Bible study and then they’re leaving.”

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As Mary tells the story, Ben “begrudgingly” allowed the guests to stay, but, after monitoring his CCTV camera, saw that even more people started showing up at the property. Ben, having already given a courtesy call to the person who booked the space, decided to call Airbnb and let them know of the situation.

“Finally he calls Airbnb and they’re like “Are you sure you can’t accommodate them?” Literal dozens of people on a small rural septic system, nah.”

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The 2014 “Company of the Year” contacted the booker and let them know that they couldn’t have six times the amount of people in the space, but the customer came back and said that there was a “verbal agreement” in place that 25 people could be allowed to stay on the premises. There wasn’t.

Mary continued, “So! Airbnb calls back the guy, calls my boyfriend back and says ‘The guy says you had a verbal agreement to let 25 or so people stay.’ What the f–k. It’s a three-bedroom house. No. F–k no.”

Airbnb then called the guest and told him that he and his party would need to leave. It didn’t end there, however.

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The house guests didn’t feel like they were obligated to leave the property, so they stayed. The “head” of the group went outside and put his pillow in the car and then went back in the house like nothing was wrong. 

Mary couldn’t believe the inconsideration the group displayed. “Oh also, the guy said ‘We’re just a large Christian Bible study group. What does it matter if it’s more than four?’ Like what the f–k does loving Jesus mean, you get away with this s–t.”

Their reluctance to leave forced Mary and Ben to show up on the property to make sure  the group had left, as they had been instructed to by them and Airbnb.

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When they arrived, no one had left, nor did they seem in a hurry to do so. To add insult to injury, they stole all of the toiletries out of the bathroom.

Airbnb then messaged the home owners, by that time, it was 11:22pm, “I know the guests really violated the rules for having additional guests on the listing but I’m sure it’s not that easy for the guest to leave the listing. I would like to ask what are the possible options we can give to guest as a courtesy … it’s late at night, 11.22pm.”

Mary tweeted that the guests clearly didn’t expect her and her boyfriend would show up.

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“Oh by the way, they had a few people sneak out the back but there’s a lot of people still here. He wasn’t aware that we were coming so that’s why he lied about that.”

It wasn’t until after they left that Mary and Ben learned they had stolen all of the toiletries from the bathroom.

After the entire insane ordeal was over with, Mary said that at least Airbnb made things right.

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She responded to a Twitter user who asked if she felt the company “backed her up” as a host, “Yeah. Especially once we made it clear that we had video proof they were wilfully breaking a major house rule and repeatedly lying about it.”

The company also refunded Ben the $ 75 for the stolen bathroom supplies, as well as the $ 621 for the booking fee that they lost on account of their house guests, all 25 of them, leaving early.

At the very least, Mary had a sense of humor about the whole thing.

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What a nightmare.

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Woman Captures Bible Group 'Mob' Crashing Airbnb and Stealing From the Bathroom

Woman Captures Bible Group 'Mob' Crashing Airbnb and Stealing From the Bathroom

Twitter user Mary Numair shared security cam footage and photos on the social media platform of a group of 25 or so members of a “Bible Group” who crashed a three-bedroom home that was rented on Airbnb.

Their behavior is the kind of stuff that would probably get you banned from ever using the service, and make property owners think twice about using the platform to lease out their space.

It all began when a mob of 25 or so people showed up at the house. There were supposed to  only be four.

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Mary live-tweeted the entire thing and captured the downright childish, and illegal behavior, from the house guests. 

Warning: This bizarre story is pretty rage-inducing, so if you can’t stand the sight of people acting like entitled weirdos, then this might not be the one for you.

This image that Mary uploaded shows about “half” of the people who attempted to stay on the property.

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Ben Newman, Mary’s boyfriend, saw on his Nest camera that the group was way larger than the one he had agreed to accommodate in the home. Ben decided to ring the individual who booked the home and it turns out that the group was just there for a “quick Bible study,” and that they would be leaving shortly.

“So he calls the guy and is like ‘Hey man, not to be rude but that looks like a lot more than four. My house can’t accommodate large events.’ The guy is like “OHh gosh, I’m so sorry. We’re doing a quick Bible study and then they’re leaving.”

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As Mary tells the story, Ben “begrudgingly” allowed the guests to stay, but, after monitoring his CCTV camera, saw that even more people started showing up at the property. Ben, having already given a courtesy call to the person who booked the space, decided to call Airbnb and let them know of the situation.

“Finally he calls Airbnb and they’re like “Are you sure you can’t accommodate them?” Literal dozens of people on a small rural septic system, nah.”

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The 2014 “Company of the Year” contacted the booker and let them know that they couldn’t have six times the amount of people in the space, but the customer came back and said that there was a “verbal agreement” in place that 25 people could be allowed to stay on the premises. There wasn’t.

Mary continued, “So! Airbnb calls back the guy, calls my boyfriend back and says ‘The guy says you had a verbal agreement to let 25 or so people stay.’ What the f–k. It’s a three-bedroom house. No. F–k no.”

Airbnb then called the guest and told him that he and his party would need to leave. It didn’t end there, however.

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The house guests didn’t feel like they were obligated to leave the property, so they stayed. The “head” of the group went outside and put his pillow in the car and then went back in the house like nothing was wrong. 

Mary couldn’t believe the inconsideration the group displayed. “Oh also, the guy said ‘We’re just a large Christian Bible study group. What does it matter if it’s more than four?’ Like what the f–k does loving Jesus mean, you get away with this s–t.”

Their reluctance to leave forced Mary and Ben to show up on the property to make sure  the group had left, as they had been instructed to by them and Airbnb.

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When they arrived, no one had left, nor did they seem in a hurry to do so. To add insult to injury, they stole all of the toiletries out of the bathroom.

Airbnb then messaged the home owners, by that time, it was 11:22pm, “I know the guests really violated the rules for having additional guests on the listing but I’m sure it’s not that easy for the guest to leave the listing. I would like to ask what are the possible options we can give to guest as a courtesy … it’s late at night, 11.22pm.”

Mary tweeted that the guests clearly didn’t expect her and her boyfriend would show up.

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“Oh by the way, they had a few people sneak out the back but there’s a lot of people still here. He wasn’t aware that we were coming so that’s why he lied about that.”

It wasn’t until after they left that Mary and Ben learned they had stolen all of the toiletries from the bathroom.

After the entire insane ordeal was over with, Mary said that at least Airbnb made things right.

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She responded to a Twitter user who asked if she felt the company “backed her up” as a host, “Yeah. Especially once we made it clear that we had video proof they were wilfully breaking a major house rule and repeatedly lying about it.”

The company also refunded Ben the $ 75 for the stolen bathroom supplies, as well as the $ 621 for the booking fee that they lost on account of their house guests, all 25 of them, leaving early.

At the very least, Mary had a sense of humor about the whole thing.

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What a nightmare.

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Woman Captures Bible Group 'Mob' Crashing Airbnb and Stealing From the Bathroom

Woman Captures Bible Group 'Mob' Crashing Airbnb and Stealing From the Bathroom

Twitter user Mary Numair shared security cam footage and photos on the social media platform of a group of 25 or so members of a “Bible Group” who crashed a three-bedroom home that was rented on Airbnb.

Their behavior is the kind of stuff that would probably get you banned from ever using the service, and make property owners think twice about using the platform to lease out their space.

It all began when a mob of 25 or so people showed up at the house. There were supposed to  only be four.

image

Mary live-tweeted the entire thing and captured the downright childish, and illegal behavior, from the house guests. 

Warning: This bizarre story is pretty rage-inducing, so if you can’t stand the sight of people acting like entitled weirdos, then this might not be the one for you.

This image that Mary uploaded shows about “half” of the people who attempted to stay on the property.

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Ben Newman, Mary’s boyfriend, saw on his Nest camera that the group was way larger than the one he had agreed to accommodate in the home. Ben decided to ring the individual who booked the home and it turns out that the group was just there for a “quick Bible study,” and that they would be leaving shortly.

“So he calls the guy and is like ‘Hey man, not to be rude but that looks like a lot more than four. My house can’t accommodate large events.’ The guy is like “OHh gosh, I’m so sorry. We’re doing a quick Bible study and then they’re leaving.”

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As Mary tells the story, Ben “begrudgingly” allowed the guests to stay, but, after monitoring his CCTV camera, saw that even more people started showing up at the property. Ben, having already given a courtesy call to the person who booked the space, decided to call Airbnb and let them know of the situation.

“Finally he calls Airbnb and they’re like “Are you sure you can’t accommodate them?” Literal dozens of people on a small rural septic system, nah.”

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The 2014 “Company of the Year” contacted the booker and let them know that they couldn’t have six times the amount of people in the space, but the customer came back and said that there was a “verbal agreement” in place that 25 people could be allowed to stay on the premises. There wasn’t.

Mary continued, “So! Airbnb calls back the guy, calls my boyfriend back and says ‘The guy says you had a verbal agreement to let 25 or so people stay.’ What the f–k. It’s a three-bedroom house. No. F–k no.”

Airbnb then called the guest and told him that he and his party would need to leave. It didn’t end there, however.

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The house guests didn’t feel like they were obligated to leave the property, so they stayed. The “head” of the group went outside and put his pillow in the car and then went back in the house like nothing was wrong. 

Mary couldn’t believe the inconsideration the group displayed. “Oh also, the guy said ‘We’re just a large Christian Bible study group. What does it matter if it’s more than four?’ Like what the f–k does loving Jesus mean, you get away with this s–t.”

Their reluctance to leave forced Mary and Ben to show up on the property to make sure  the group had left, as they had been instructed to by them and Airbnb.

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When they arrived, no one had left, nor did they seem in a hurry to do so. To add insult to injury, they stole all of the toiletries out of the bathroom.

Airbnb then messaged the home owners, by that time, it was 11:22pm, “I know the guests really violated the rules for having additional guests on the listing but I’m sure it’s not that easy for the guest to leave the listing. I would like to ask what are the possible options we can give to guest as a courtesy … it’s late at night, 11.22pm.”

Mary tweeted that the guests clearly didn’t expect her and her boyfriend would show up.

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“Oh by the way, they had a few people sneak out the back but there’s a lot of people still here. He wasn’t aware that we were coming so that’s why he lied about that.”

It wasn’t until after they left that Mary and Ben learned they had stolen all of the toiletries from the bathroom.

After the entire insane ordeal was over with, Mary said that at least Airbnb made things right.

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She responded to a Twitter user who asked if she felt the company “backed her up” as a host, “Yeah. Especially once we made it clear that we had video proof they were wilfully breaking a major house rule and repeatedly lying about it.”

The company also refunded Ben the $ 75 for the stolen bathroom supplies, as well as the $ 621 for the booking fee that they lost on account of their house guests, all 25 of them, leaving early.

At the very least, Mary had a sense of humor about the whole thing.

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What a nightmare.

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Woman Captures Bible Group 'Mob' Crashing Airbnb and Stealing From the Bathroom

Woman Captures Bible Group 'Mob' Crashing Airbnb and Stealing From the Bathroom

Twitter user Mary Numair shared security cam footage and photos on the social media platform of a group of 25 or so members of a “Bible Group” who crashed a three-bedroom home that was rented on Airbnb.

Their behavior is the kind of stuff that would probably get you banned from ever using the service, and make property owners think twice about using the platform to lease out their space.

It all began when a mob of 25 or so people showed up at the house. There were supposed to  only be four.

image

Mary live-tweeted the entire thing and captured the downright childish, and illegal behavior, from the house guests. 

Warning: This bizarre story is pretty rage-inducing, so if you can’t stand the sight of people acting like entitled weirdos, then this might not be the one for you.

This image that Mary uploaded shows about “half” of the people who attempted to stay on the property.

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Ben Newman, Mary’s boyfriend, saw on his Nest camera that the group was way larger than the one he had agreed to accommodate in the home. Ben decided to ring the individual who booked the home and it turns out that the group was just there for a “quick Bible study,” and that they would be leaving shortly.

“So he calls the guy and is like ‘Hey man, not to be rude but that looks like a lot more than four. My house can’t accommodate large events.’ The guy is like “OHh gosh, I’m so sorry. We’re doing a quick Bible study and then they’re leaving.”

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As Mary tells the story, Ben “begrudgingly” allowed the guests to stay, but, after monitoring his CCTV camera, saw that even more people started showing up at the property. Ben, having already given a courtesy call to the person who booked the space, decided to call Airbnb and let them know of the situation.

“Finally he calls Airbnb and they’re like “Are you sure you can’t accommodate them?” Literal dozens of people on a small rural septic system, nah.”

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The 2014 “Company of the Year” contacted the booker and let them know that they couldn’t have six times the amount of people in the space, but the customer came back and said that there was a “verbal agreement” in place that 25 people could be allowed to stay on the premises. There wasn’t.

Mary continued, “So! Airbnb calls back the guy, calls my boyfriend back and says ‘The guy says you had a verbal agreement to let 25 or so people stay.’ What the f–k. It’s a three-bedroom house. No. F–k no.”

Airbnb then called the guest and told him that he and his party would need to leave. It didn’t end there, however.

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The house guests didn’t feel like they were obligated to leave the property, so they stayed. The “head” of the group went outside and put his pillow in the car and then went back in the house like nothing was wrong. 

Mary couldn’t believe the inconsideration the group displayed. “Oh also, the guy said ‘We’re just a large Christian Bible study group. What does it matter if it’s more than four?’ Like what the f–k does loving Jesus mean, you get away with this s–t.”

Their reluctance to leave forced Mary and Ben to show up on the property to make sure  the group had left, as they had been instructed to by them and Airbnb.

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When they arrived, no one had left, nor did they seem in a hurry to do so. To add insult to injury, they stole all of the toiletries out of the bathroom.

Airbnb then messaged the home owners, by that time, it was 11:22pm, “I know the guests really violated the rules for having additional guests on the listing but I’m sure it’s not that easy for the guest to leave the listing. I would like to ask what are the possible options we can give to guest as a courtesy … it’s late at night, 11.22pm.”

Mary tweeted that the guests clearly didn’t expect her and her boyfriend would show up.

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“Oh by the way, they had a few people sneak out the back but there’s a lot of people still here. He wasn’t aware that we were coming so that’s why he lied about that.”

It wasn’t until after they left that Mary and Ben learned they had stolen all of the toiletries from the bathroom.

After the entire insane ordeal was over with, Mary said that at least Airbnb made things right.

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She responded to a Twitter user who asked if she felt the company “backed her up” as a host, “Yeah. Especially once we made it clear that we had video proof they were wilfully breaking a major house rule and repeatedly lying about it.”

The company also refunded Ben the $ 75 for the stolen bathroom supplies, as well as the $ 621 for the booking fee that they lost on account of their house guests, all 25 of them, leaving early.

At the very least, Mary had a sense of humor about the whole thing.

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What a nightmare.

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Woman Captures Bible Group 'Mob' Crashing Airbnb and Stealing From the Bathroom

Woman Captures Bible Group 'Mob' Crashing Airbnb and Stealing From the Bathroom

Twitter user Mary Numair shared security cam footage and photos on the social media platform of a group of 25 or so members of a “Bible Group” who crashed a 3-bedroom home that was rented on Airbnb.

Their behavior is the kind of stuff that would probably get you banned from ever using the service, and make property owners think twice about using the platform to lease out their space.

It all began when a mob of 25 or so people showed up at the house. There were supposed to  only be 4.

image

Mary live-tweeted the entire thing and captured the downright childish, and illegal behavior from the house guests. 

Warning: This bizarre story is pretty rage-inducing, so if you can’t stand the sight of people acting like entitled weirdos, then this might not be the one for you.

This image that Mary uploaded shows about “half” of the people who attempted to stay on the property.

image

Ben Newman, Mary’s boyfriend, saw on his Nest camera that the group was way larger than the one he had agreed to accommodate in the home. Ben decided to ring the individual who booked the home and it turns out that the group was just there for a “quick Bible study,” and that they would be leaving shortly.

“So he calls the guy and is like ‘Hey man, not to be rude but that looks like a lot more than four. My house can’t accommodate large events.’ The guy is like “OHh gosh, I’m so sorry. We’re doing a quick Bible study and then they’re leaving.”

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As Mary tells the story, Ben “begrudgingly” allowed the guests to stay, but, after monitoring his CCTV camera, saw that even more people started showing up at the property. Ben, having already given a courtesy call to the person who booked the space, decided to call Airbnb and let them know of the situation.

“Finally he calls Airbnb and they’re like “Are you sure you can’t accommodate them?” Literal dozens of people on a small rural septic system, nah.”

image

The 2014 “Company of the Year” contacted the booker and let them know that they couldn’t have six times the amount of people in the space, but the customer came back and said that there was a “verbal agreement” in place that 25 people could be allowed to stay on the premises. There wasn’t.

Mary continued, “So! Airbnb calls back the guy, calls my boyfriend back and says ‘The guy says you had a verbal agreement to let 25 or so people stay.’ What the f–k. It’s a 3-bedroom house. No. F–k no.”

Airbnb then called the guest and told him that he and his party would need to leave. It didn’t end there, however.

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The house guests didn’t feel like they were obligated to leave the property, so they stayed. The “head” of the group went outside and put his pillow in the car and then went back in the house like nothing was wrong. 

Mary couldn’t believe the inconsideration the group displayed. “Oh also, the guy said ‘We’re just a large Christian Bible study group. What does it matter if it’s more than 4’ Like what the f–k does loving Jesus mean, you get away with this sh-t.”

Their reluctance to leave forced Mary and Ben to show up on the property to make sure  the group had left, as they had been instructed to by them and Airbnb.

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When they arrived, no one had left, nor did they seem in a hurry to do so. To add insult to injury, they stole all of the toiletries out of the bathroom.

Airbnb then messaged the home owners, by that time, it was 11:22pm, “I know the guests really violated the rules for having additional guests on the listing but I’m sure it’s not that easy for the guest to leave the listing. I would like to ask what are the possible options we can give to guest as a courtesy … it’s late at night, 11.22pm.”

Mary tweeted that the guests clearly didn’t expect her and her boyfriend would show up.

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“Oh by the way, they had a few people sneak out the back but there’s a lot of people still here. He wasn’t aware that we were coming so that’s why he lied about that.”

It wasn’t until after they left that Mary and Ben learned they had stolen all of the toiletries from the bathroom.

After the entire insane ordeal was over with, Mary said that at least Airbnb made things right.

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She responded to a Twitter user who asked if she felt the company “backed her up” as a host, “Yeah. Especially once we made it clear that we had video proof they were wilfully breaking a major house rule and repeatedly lying about it.”

The company also refunded Ben the $ 75 for the stolen bathroom supplies, as well as the $ 621 for the booking fee that they lost on account of their house guests, all 25 of them, leaving early.

At the very least, Mary had a sense of humor about the whole thing.

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What a nightmare.

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People Are Sharing Ideas for Tattoos They Would Have Gotten in Seventh Grade and The Results Are Painfully Hilarious

People Are Sharing Ideas for Tattoos They Would Have Gotten in Seventh Grade and The Results Are Painfully Hilarious

Honestly, the bummer about tattoos is that good ones frequently get overlooked while bad tattoos can be spotted a mile away. Whether it’s because they’re cheesy, misspelled, or just an all-around ridiculous idea, a tattoo gone wrong is hilarious and absolutely tragic at the same time.

Whatever the story behind them, tattoos are certainly more popular now than they were decades ago — what with them becoming more and more culturally acceptable. And, as we all know, the more tattoos there are out there, the more chances for terrible inks there shall be.

Often these regrettable permanent body arts are the result of a drunken night around St. Marks, or a teenage indiscretion.

Carly Aquilino, who many of you surely remember used to date Pete Davidson, recently asked her Twitter followers what tattoos they would have gotten, had they had permission, in the prime of their green-ness, aka, seventh grade.

I, for one, know my parents would have straight-up disowned me if I had gotten a tattoo at the ripe age of 12, though as a creative individual, I obviously had several ideas.

Carly’s Twitter followers are no different. Scroll down for our favorite would-be tween tattoos.

The actress/comedian started everyone off by sharing her own seventh-grade master plan. “Mine would probably have been a portrait of Freddie Prinz [sic] Jr. that took up my whole back,” Carly tweeted.

It wasn’t long before the rest of the internet chimed in, adding their heartthrobs and pre-teen mood boards into the mix.

The late-nineties boyband sensation known as *NSYNC featured prominently in the thread, with Twitter user @vanessa_2715 tweeting “NSYNC logo, no contest ;)” and @RaeRayoSunshine adding, “It would have been something NSYNC or Britney Spears.” 

Classic choice. One for the ages.

Some people got really creative with their *NSYNC responses. One user debated lyrics or DMX’s face — but I say, why pick one when a mashup of both would definitely be the better option?

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@Rachel_nerdlover had an *NSYNC idea that was so inspired, I’m printing it out for my next tattoo consultation.

Behold this greatness:

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Another popular choice was the all-around tween favorite, artist Lisa Frank. I remember being obsessed with all things Lisa Frank: stationary, pencils, stickers, binders, you name it. So I feel like I definitely could have gotten down with @bmillahkillah’s idea of “Lisa Frank sleeves.”

In fact, the more I think about them, the more hilarious the idea gets. These guys are on that trippy tip:

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This woman definitely gave her idea a lot of thought. I don’t know where to get glitter tattoos either, Faith, but I’m willing to hunt them down for us both.

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Then, come other classics. I’ve never read Harry Potter (I know, I know), but my girlfriend is a huge HP fan and she assures me she completely gets this woman — both as a 12-year-old AND as a full-grown adult. 

Having said that, I should probably keep an eye on her over the next few days…

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This person was likely incredibly wise for her years, because at 28 I still don’t want no scrub, also known as a busta! A scrub is a guy who can’t get no love from me.

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Lipgloss Lesbian Dee went for a classier message, inspired by an equally classy brand. And with its almost-comeback late last year, she could have been channeling her inner-Regina George, while being completely on trend.

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I actually think that with the right crowd (I’m looking at you, Marc Jacobs), this one would still hold up today.

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Ahhh, Nick and Jessica… They started out as Newlyweds and for a while, it was even romantic. But then they became the poster children for divorce and for why you shouldn’t sign on to a reality show as a couple. 

Hindsight is 20/20, of course, but thank GOODNESS Caitlyn had the foresight (oh, yeah, and age restriction) not to go through with this one.

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I realize that I outed myself earlier in this piece, but I have to say @aprilbrucker’s tattoo idea is one that deeply resonates with me on a personal level:

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Although if it’s time to be painfully honest, these drawings would be all over my arms if I’d been able to get my parents’ consent:

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Actually, it’s a tough call between these and those S’s we all used to draw in our notebooks. The ones where you start out with six sticks and then connect them to make the most epic bubble-letter creation ever.

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Yes, girl. For ABSOLUTE sure.

I believe the first line of the title song here is, “Don’t want to be an American Idiot,” which seems like exactly what you would become if you went through with this ink.

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This next idea gets 10/10 from me for originality, but it also demands the question: WHY???

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Unless this tattoo doubles as a quadratic equation calculator (and when does that come in handy, again?), this piece is going to be a big NOPE for me.

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@TheJeffroLee went HARD as a 12-year-old. But full disclosure, I too wanted a scorpion tattoo at 14, after watching Natural Born Killers and becoming obsessed with Juliette Lewis.

Not the worst obsession, but probably not the best inspiration, either.

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As enjoyable as this thread was, and as nostalgic as it made me for the very early aughts (#TBT Snake II), the real gem for me was guessing people’s ages based on their seventh grade desires. 

These tweeters, on opposite ends of that spectrum, really made my day.

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I’m not sure about you all, but I definitely don’t regret waiting until 18 for my first ink.

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This Teacher's Clapback to Homophobic Parents Was Just Perfect

Something that teacher Michael Neri addressed when one of his student’s parents texted him and let him know that they were pulling their kid from his class. The reason? Because the teacher is gay.

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Michael, a drama teacher, shared screencaps of the conversation he had with a parent who informed him that because the parent is Christian and raising his children as such, he does not approve of Michael’s lifestyle and needs to pull his kids away from being “influenced by unconventional ideas.”

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That’s when Michael decided to lay down a verbal smack-down that tore the parent’s argument to shreds by making comparisons to other fields.

He argued that his sexual orientation in no way shape or form affected his ability to teach and that he took pride in his work and was confident in his teaching abilities.

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But Michael wasn’t all business in his response, however. He informed the kid’s parent that if he was looking for a good drama school for his children whose staff was entirely composed of heterosexual teachers, that he would be in for a rude awakening.

And he did so with a bit of humor that makes his response just that much better.

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Michael goes in and basically provides one of the politest and professional go-f-yourself-and-the-horse-you-rode-in-on text responses that’s ever existed in the world of anti-anti-gay clapbacks.

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It’s no wonder why his tweet went viral and is still racking up the retweets and likes.

It’s also no wonder so many people were digging the way he handled a very unfortunate and uncomfortable situation.

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There were tons of people who praised Michael for his restrained brand of savagery, especially the “nice” invitation he extended to the parent at the end of his text.

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In fact, many self-declared Christians went on the social media platform to condemn the parent who took their children out of Michael’s class for bigoted reasons under the guise of religious scruples.

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Some users even pointed out that Michael’s polite response to the parent’s discrimination was more Christian-like behavior than the self-avowed Christian claimed to value so much.

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There was just a lot of appreciation going around for the way Michael handled the entire situation, especially bringing up the fact that wearing “mixed fabrics” is expressly forbidden if one intends to devote their life to living the way the Bible states.

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And, of course, donating their security deposits for a charity that benefits members of the LGBT community was a pro-move as well.

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If you wanted a master tutorial in classy comebacks, well, this is a great rubric to follow.

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Seth Rogen Celebrates 10 Years of 'Pineapple Express' With These Insane Facts About the Movie

Seth Rogen Celebrates 10 Years of 'Pineapple Express' With These Insane Facts About the Movie

The best stoner movies incorporate comedy, tragedy, romance, drama and uh……. o yea, weed! 

From the grandfathers of bud, Cheech and Chong, and their film enterprise, to the great munchies adventure, Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle, to the cult-classic Smiley Face with its undeniably strong female lead — there is undoubtedly something for everyone when it comes to stoner flicks.

It’s hard to believe that one of our favorites, the hilarious Pineapple Express, has already been around for a decade. To commemorate the 10-year anniversary, real-world stoner (and actor and co-writer of the movie), Seth Rogen, took to his Twitter to share some fun facts about the movie. 

Highlights include the rolling of cross-joints, plenty of on-set injuries, Kanye, Stormy Daniels’ cameo as Red’s ex, and more.

So grab your papers, roll a fatty, and scroll on through to see some of our favorite inside scoops from the movie.

First of all, Pineapple Express was not the name of a strain at the time of the film’s release. In fact, Pineapple Express was a meteorological term used in Hawaii.

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No one on set was capable of rolling the gorgeous cross joints James Franco’s character calls “the apex of the vortex of joint engineering.” So the writers had to step in.

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Proving that these actors were almost as clumsy at the characters they portrayed, a bunch of injuries went down on set.

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Stormy Daniels made a cameo, nearly a decade before her recent media … um, storm. 

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No stranger to blockbuster hits, Stormy also had credited appearances on Judd Apatow’s Knocked Up and The 40-Year-Old Virgin. Seth reveals in Vanity Fair that Stormy might have opened up to him about some of the stuff she’s been in the news for lately.

Seth and James were supposed to have each other’s roles. But in typical stoner fashion, whatever.

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We finally find out why it is exactly that Red never dies.

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Remember that scene where Danny is tied up to a chair? Turns out the poor guy was stuck there all day.

Seth did pretty much all his own stunts. When someone on Twitter asked if the rumor that Seth was so hungover this day that he vomited before shooting the scene, he removed all doubt with a “Haha. That’s true.”

We learned that car companies apparently have a say in the movie scenes their cars are used for.

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Did you start calling your schwag “Snicklefritz” after Pineapple Express? Now you can learn the history of the term, and it has nothing to do with bud.

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The movie was anticipated to be such a hit that even Kanye West got in on the premiere. “Kanye came to the premiere of Pineapple Express,” Seth proudly tweeted. 

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Director Judd Apatow chimed in to Seth’s thread to reveal that someone else had auditioned to play the role of a drug dealer.

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Recognize him? None other than Breaking Bad‘s protagonist Walter White, played by Bryan Cranston. According to his tweet, Judd had him do a table read, but didn’t think he’d be scary enough to play a convincing dealer.

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Which surprised us and shocked a lot of Twitter.

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Although picturing Bryan as Walter White as the dealer in Pineapple Express is the kind of mashup dreams are made of, we do love the movie just the way it is. 

And the fact that it came out 10 years ago means it’s definitely time for a rewatch. Happy birthday, Pineapple Express!

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