r/Maliciouscompliance Entitled Karen VS Clever Uber Driver

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r/Maliciouscompliance This stuck-up Karen was riding as an Uber passenger and demanded that her driver takes a different road so she can catch her flight on time. The Uber driver suggests a different road because he can see a traffic jam. NOPE! She DEMANDS that the driver do what she says. So, the driver maliciously complies and makes her sit in traffic for long enough to miss her flight! If you like my content, be sure to subscribe to my channel!
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    rSlashrSlash3 aylar önce
    • Love this xD

      Queen SraylungQueen Sraylung5 gün önce
    • hey rslash maybe I'm way too late but the OP of the train story is definitely russian 1) his username literally translates to "salty cracker" in russian 2) the description of the train matches that of russian trains 3) we do occasionally have shelf/compartment switches here if both travelers are cool with it 4) as a russian and a linguist, I've noticed some phrases that only a russian speaker learning english can say (including "eating one's brain" which is a valid russian saying)

      SimulacraSimulacra26 gün önce
    • you need to know this guy, it has your channel symbol and does your content. ( i don't know it's you, i don't think so )

      sasso sassosasso sassoAylar önce
    • Stop insulting me. That man should’ve not listened to me..... oh wait

      KarenKarenAylar önce
    • rSlash 😂

      Clash ForeverClash ForeverAylar önce
  • Its a Turkish quote!

  • i'm a scot (scottish) and our phrases are a lot worse than "eating your brains out" but thats a frequent for me

    hollie bhollie bGün önce
  • play rslash at 0.25x playback speed i dare you. the whole video is an absolute GEM

    txicalitxicaliGün önce
  • the idioms are from america my guess is because we are some weird as people

  • When I hear beach town I just think of Steven universe

    Error DudeError Dude2 gün önce
  • That first one sounded a LOT like Walmart, having been through very similar things working there.

    Trindalas ValadarosTrindalas Valadaros4 gün önce
  • 12:23 Kevin took the kids again lmfao

    Kitty CatKitty Cat4 gün önce
  • 7:25 is English where the heck are you from

    Miku HatsuneMiku Hatsune4 gün önce
  • Demag kana Eating the brains

    Sukaina TashfeenSukaina Tashfeen5 gün önce
  • Ya it is true that eating my brain is irritating it is *Di Makh khane* in nepali

    Gaming lelopopGaming lelopop5 gün önce
  • 7:24 i guess in Romanian and Russian, at least what i've heard

    another regular boianother regular boi6 gün önce
  • idk if its a family thing or cultural, but my language has the sayings like Karen eating her mans brains out. its bangla

    Nuren ZayyanNuren Zayyan7 gün önce
  • Farsi has that idioms.

    Khazar GorjiKhazar Gorji7 gün önce
  • We use the phrase 'dont eat my brain' for 'dont annoy me' in India.

    Ashwin RawatAshwin Rawat8 gün önce
  • Hay rSlash. I love the the tiny puppy blooper that you forgot to edit out in the last story it's kind of cute

    Ashley CraneAshley Crane11 gün önce
  • ...literally everyone uses those idioms

    Triple DTriple D11 gün önce
  • About swapping place, I hate when people ask for that. There is no entitlement here. In my country there is a 25 euro fine if you are not in your assigned place when you travel by bus.

    o6inao6ina11 gün önce
  • When this guy asks what language has those idioms I’m like English those are English idioms from the United States

    couch potatocouch potato11 gün önce
    • That would be American English then, with your fucked up spelling and obviously fucked up idioms too

      satansbarmansatansbarman11 gün önce
  • Hmmm. Dad has full custody and mom has weekend visits....hmmmmm. Thinking the kids wanna go with mom cause she has no boundaries. Thinking the dad prob has the more stable life. Im happily married w two kids myself, that story just rubs me the wrong way.

    J BlazerJ Blazer12 gün önce
    • Weird to me it sounded like the opposite .-.

      SiddySiddy11 gün önce
  • I like it when you can't help but laugh lol. adds some authenticity

    TheaOchiMatiTheaOchiMati12 gün önce
  • Eating brains? Thats an idiom in the republic of georgia not the state in america, we use that idiom quite often when somebody annoys us

    Dachi MchedlishviliDachi Mchedlishvili12 gün önce
  • It's gamer talk😏🎮

    Indica BaezIndica Baez14 gün önce
  • Those idioms are used in aistralia

    Sac FagonSac Fagon15 gün önce
  • Oh no not beach town what a hard life! Smh

    my tubemy tube16 gün önce
  • So many ads

    x scumbunnie xx scumbunnie x18 gün önce
  • I can't tell if the giggles in the stories are because they are funny and you're laughing at them too or if it's the pup

    Stephen SwiftStephen Swift18 gün önce
  • Just to be clear, the waitress was correct, he's responsible to get his photo updated if it is no longer accurate. He's still liable for the check regardless, they are not obligated to accept any particular payment method either (without reducing customer's obligations). The cops really crossed the line & they turned a minor civil dispute into a serious criminal offence with police corruption. Definitely stupid! Adam

    Adam BartlettAdam Bartlett18 gün önce
  • Hol up, you sound a lot like Oz.

    Harry MuHarry Mu19 gün önce
  • No doggo bloopers!!! I DEMAND TO SPEAK TO YOUR MANAGER! 👿👿👿👿

    Buster BearBuster Bear20 gün önce
  • Cop:well you heard the lady. FREE MEAL me:*laughing like a maniac* even the cop says it a free meal 😂😂😂

  • You know, "Eating [person]'s brains out" is quite a common phrase here in England.

    Adam MullarkeyAdam Mullarkey21 gün önce
    • @Adam Mullarkey then again you never know, Yorkshire is quite unique 😁

      satansbarmansatansbarman9 gün önce
    • @satansbarman To be fair, I have been known to misremember things before. It's entirely possible that this is another of those times.

      Adam MullarkeyAdam Mullarkey9 gün önce
    • @Adam Mullarkey fair enough, I lived in Beverley (nr Hull) for 5years and never heard it, guess it depends on who you talk to

      satansbarmansatansbarman10 gün önce
    • @satansbarman Well, I'm from Hull, and I've heard it plenty.

      Adam MullarkeyAdam Mullarkey10 gün önce
    • Which part of England? I've lived in several counties and never come across it. Chewing someone's ear off, sure, eating someone out, sure (without brains involved), brain-eating is usually left to the zombies

      satansbarmansatansbarman11 gün önce
  • 10:29 i thought mc stood for minecraft

    pumkinmanpumkinman21 gün önce
  • I've never seen a credit card with the owners picture on it and I've seen quite a few in the past 50 years.

    Glenn RishtonGlenn Rishton22 gün önce
  • Karen:DO WHAT I SAY OP:lol ok Karen:YOUR TRYING TO KILL ME!!! OP:you told me to Karen:IM CALLING THE POLICE OP:ok 911:What’s your emergency Karen:THIS UBER DRIVER IS TRYING TO KILL ME!!! 911:*knows it’s a Karen* click

    NoNameToons ProductionsNoNameToons Productions23 gün önce
  • Hes alone with someone wth

    Taylor SinclairTaylor Sinclair24 gün önce
  • I think the phrase “eating her mans brains” is Arabic because my mom says “akaltooli mokhi” which means “you ate my brains” with I think is a metaphor for you are too noisy. At least that’s what I think it is

    glamorousgirl 102glamorousgirl 10224 gün önce
  • The train strory be like Nick:A small price to pay for salvation

    PoliteCubXDPoliteCubXD27 gün önce
  • Why would you go to Longhorn by yourself without your family and how do you spend $100 on one meal. I smell BS.

    kens32052kens3205228 gün önce
  • 17:14 Your dog's name is Yugo?

    Ace-Puzzler-SorrelfireAce-Puzzler-Sorrelfire29 gün önce
  • Germany. I remember hearing it alot when i was younger.

    Arkhausen of MatiereArkhausen of Matiere29 gün önce
  • The compartment one is about a British Railways train. Thanks for seeing this good piece of info, and have a nice day.

    Jack HromadkaJack HromadkaAylar önce
  • That train thing probably happened in India and eat his brain out is "dimag khane lagi"

    Hrishant MukherjeeHrishant MukherjeeAylar önce
  • Do americans have their pictures on their credit cards? That sounds so weird where im from.

    Sean O'BrienSean O'BrienAylar önce
    • Usually no. Sometimes you can get a custom photo on it for the background but usually people just choose like a picture of a mountain or a wave or something.

      Isabelle ReedIsabelle Reed28 gün önce
  • Wait if the dad is alone why is he with the step mom?

    wolfcreator9 does everythingwolfcreator9 does everythingAylar önce
  • Did anyone else think of Rhonda and Katut with the last one?

    Geronimo! BowTiesAreCoolGeronimo! BowTiesAreCoolAylar önce
  • 15:30 But did you put on your 37 pieces of flair??

    Paula CatloverPaula CatloverAylar önce
  • Haha I've gotten a virus at a longhorn

    Blue The Slithery SheepBlue The Slithery SheepAylar önce
  • "Eating his brains" is probably a poor Google Translate version of OPs native language. In reality it's more than likely a phrase that would properly translate to our phrase of "Biting his head off" for when wives berate their husbands for their stupidity.

    Vargas LestraeVargas LestraeAylar önce
  • where the hell do they have pictures of you on your card? thats what a photo ID is for

    obscenityibobscenityibAylar önce
  • HOLD UP, I was in the same exact situation as the guy in the first one, I worked at a Major, blue hardware store in my town and we were known as the unwanted child in our region. Sales were way down and the employee turn over rate was insane. We were so understaffed that they expected me to do the same things as managers when I was only paid slightly higher than minimum wage. Sooo I naturally didn’t do the things they asked past what I was payed to do. Just so happened that the regional manager and the new owner was at the store the same day, long story short me and a few coworkers were complaining about how the store is failing and the managers are not doing their jobs correctly as the RM and the owner walked past. The next few months we saw managers disappearing and new managers popping up in our store. And the store was slowly turning out a little better before I quit. If it sounds a little jumbled up sorry, If you guys want I can put the whole story up on reddit and explain the whole thing

    Mason StreetMason StreetAylar önce
  • Those comments could also be an indian thing

    samaravadi3samaravadi3Aylar önce
  • I never knew what malicious complaints ment till now lol

    Role PlayersRole PlayersAylar önce
  • Too many fukin ads mate

    MR. NegreteMR. NegreteAylar önce
  • About the eating brains thing, here in South Africa we have an identical saying "Chowing brains". Chowing is as slang word for eating

    TheShortyThe1TheShortyThe1Aylar önce
  • It was sad to see how much that one kid disrespected his dad. Show respect to your parents! And would you stop mocking the people in that voice? It's unprofessional.

    Aidan SnyderAidan SnyderAylar önce
  • I think the author of the story with a train may be Russian, because we have a phrase that translates exactly like eat someone's brains out. "проесть кому-то мозг"

    Christophor LapuhChristophor LapuhAylar önce
  • puppy bluppers are stupid beacause whe all no tht he trying to get more advertisment

    #deep knots#deep knotsAylar önce
  • I've heard "chewing your head off." so maybe it's that translated

    Katie B.Katie B.Aylar önce
  • Romania

    Adrian BudaAdrian BudaAylar önce
  • lol rekt

    Zygarde365Zygarde365Aylar önce
  • That’s Ukrainian, dude, lots of strange idioms))

    никитаникитаAylar önce
  • Eating someone's brains out I've heard quite a few times in the US but not nearly as much as eating someone's ear off

    Iron Miner620Iron Miner620Aylar önce
  • The woman with the id reminds me of alot of these kinds of karens/people. They are incapable of fathoming the world in any other way. They are so locked in a set way of thinking, even when evidence to the contrary comes up, they simply refuse to work in any other way than a set path like their some kind of robot or ai.

    VlaDDrakkeNVlaDDrakkeNAylar önce
  • Police: Oh yeah, we know this guy, we can vouch for him Manager: Well he doesn’t match the photo Police: Welp, free meal! Manager: THIS IS NONSENSE IM CALLING THE- Oh wait...

    Arnav GairolaArnav GairolaAylar önce
    • pretty much LOL

      Butterfly HakunoButterfly Hakuno24 gün önce
  • I now first relished that the background is animated

    Klaes StærfeldtKlaes StærfeldtAylar önce
  • Just wanted to say that uber maps are not always accurate or correct. Many times it has told my drivers to go the wrong way on one way streets...

    ImNotWeird YourWeirdImNotWeird YourWeirdAylar önce
  • The eating brains thing is also from israel You can put אוכלת לי את הראש through Google Translate

    יבגני לובצ'וביבגני לובצ'ובAylar önce
  • The start of the credit card story could frame either person as the entitled one. I mean, the employee isn’t allowed to use the card if it doesn’t look like the person.

    GalacticGalacticAylar önce
  • The eating your brains is an adaptation of eating your head which is a Hindi expression.

    Griffin CampbellGriffin CampbellAylar önce
r/Maliciouscompliance Entitled Karen VS Clever Uber Driver