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— Brandon #BeForTheGame (@Atrioc) August 6, 2018 Why!!!! It looks so real!! Why put a sticker of an outlet on the wall in the terminal !! So triggered pic.twitter.com/1TTWtmXUS7 — Kyle Kerouac (@KyleKerouac) June 27, 2018 Spotted in LAX: one of those outlet stickers with peoples rage applied to them. pic.twitter.com/8KrovSS6ux — tired data janitor (@worldwise001) August 6, 2018 Will the person who’s putting fake outlet stickers all over the airport please die already thanks pic.twitter.com/zamnWgQMlh — Alish Erman (@alishisthebest) July 19, 2018 “Whoever put up this fake sticker of an open outlet at the airport, you are now my enemy for life,” one person said on Twitter. Another person said: “Will the person who’s putting fake outlet stickers all over the airport please die already thanks.” Some stickers have also been spotted on garbage bins — although to be fair, whoever fell for that probably had it coming. — Just Basic Dave (@JustBasicDave) June 14, 2017 There are even YouTube videos of people being cruelly pranked and they’re racking up big view counts. According to The Sun, the fake power point stickers can be bought for cheap online — not that we encourage anyone to contribute to this sick perpetuation of human misery.
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