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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  • "DO WHAT I SAY YOU JERK" "ok" "STOP DOING WHAT I SAID YOU JERK" "lol nope"

    rSlashrSlash2 жилийн өмнө
    • My siblings in a nutshell

      G PG PСарын өмнө
    • The idioms are from Russia. And so does the vagon (or at least we have vagons JUST like that) But instead of "to eat smbs brain" we use "to fuck smbs brain" in the same meaning.

      Макс ВеберМакс Вебер4 сарын өмнө
    • you pinned and hearted your own comment

      justmaniajustmania5 сарын өмнө
    • @Marck Cuison q`~`

      TJTJ7 сарын өмнө
    • @Gnilggig bro?

      Pɪɳĸ ʀɑʈsPɪɳĸ ʀɑʈs7 сарын өмнө
  • You're confused about what the problem is with running the credit card after the cops say it's okay. I'm confused about WHY THE FUCK DOES A CREDIT CARD HAVE A PERSON'S PICTURE ON IT?!

    Jon SJon S2 өдрийн өмнө
  • I’m assuming German. My family’s part German and that side of the family uses the “eating their brains out” phrase a lot.

    Peyton ZastrowPeyton Zastrow2 өдрийн өмнө
  • 16:52 actually imma look up how poison ivy looks where it grows AND people covered in those ill say "effects" couldnt find the images of people affected also when searching for the plant itself it showed the "poison ivy" character from a movie

    the playerthe player4 өдрийн өмнө
  • me : * casually watching this vid * ADVERTISEMENT : *"HYEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA* *BABEE"* **cops* *breaking* *down* *the* *bar* *door** im dead serious r/thathappened

    the playerthe player4 өдрийн өмнө
  • Also yes that is how the law works. If you try to pay and your payment is refused then by law you can walk out of that shop or restaurant without paying another way. If your card is declined then you cannot but if they say "I'm sorry I can't take this" (for example if you provide a fifty pound note and they say they can't have it but there is no sign saying that they don't take fifty pound notes) or "I'm sorry I can't run your card" then legally you can go. So Pro tip: get your card with a photo when you're fat, then lose a load of weight and try to pay with that card.

    John BJohn B7 өдрийн өмнө
  • Those idioms come from English. Yknow like actual English. From England.

    John BJohn B7 өдрийн өмнө
  • The language of the goths I am familiar as my family speaks it fluently

    []Wolfie[][]Wolfie[]7 өдрийн өмнө
  • The idioms(ım not sure if its spelled that way dont roast me if its not) from story 2 are from turkish, and its roughly translated that way tho it maked more sense when you speak the language.

    Yunus Efe DoğanYunus Efe Doğan7 өдрийн өмнө
  • its hindi boy

    Harsh NarwareHarsh Narware8 өдрийн өмнө
  • The idiom is common in India and with the story it kind of makes sense.

    Karthik NambiarKarthik Nambiar10 өдрийн өмнө
  • It is also a popular phrase in India too and we have sucky trains

    Yakkkhh WasteYakkkhh Waste10 өдрийн өмнө
  • I know that this is two years late, but I think the first story was just lost in translation. I think he meant "chewing" her boyfriend's brains out. I'm sure that someone probably made the connection years ago, but well, meh.

    OrionOrion16 өдрийн өмнө
  • The idioms are most likely north east America idioms

    Jacob EiriksonJacob Eirikson17 өдрийн өмнө
  • The language is either hindi or punjabi the location is india

    Anshveer SraAnshveer Sra20 өдрийн өмнө
  • English has those idoms

    mumamuma22 өдрийн өмнө
  • 7:17 I think this expression comes from Russian :D

    AlexAlex22 өдрийн өмнө
  • I don't know where the idioms are from but I do talk like that sometime when writing to make a better picture to the readers

    Jacklynn JacksonJacklynn Jackson26 өдрийн өмнө
  • The OP from the smelly train was probably from India. the train situation matches, and the idiom, eating brains translates into a hindi idiom "Bheja Khana" which is equivalent constantly pestering someone

    Hichigo KurozakiHichigo KurozakiСарын өмнө
  • The place where the Karen train story takes place sounds like India. It's very common for us to exchange seats and the trains have a bit of a hygiene issue. Also, we have a very common Hindi phrase which is the literal translation of eating someone's brains out.

    Saher MerchantSaher MerchantСарын өмнө
  • I know that hindi has that exact idiom. And we use it quite often. “Dimag kyo kha raha hai” translates to “ why are you eating my brain “. Which is used whenever someone is being annoying, or talking over and over

    nitish guptanitish guptaСарын өмнө
  • In the train story i,m pretty sure it was in india language hindi

    robo pixelrobo pixelСарын өмнө
  • Photo on the credit card? Where do they do that?

    Ken LivingstonKen LivingstonСарын өмнө
  • last one in a nutshell: uber driver: k ima take you to the airport karen: hurry up I'm gonna be late GPS: yeah ik uber driver: k we gonna go the quicker way karen: N O uber driver: k lol if u insist karen: wait no uber driver: well sorry not sorry gottem

    bacon_manbacon_manСарын өмнө
  • its india ... "eating brains ... " ... is literal translation "Bheja khana"

    Gaurav KulkarniGaurav KulkarniСарын өмнө
  • "Eating his brains out" means annoying him and nagging the person.

    eternal outlaweternal outlawСарын өмнө
  • 'nom nom' there now youre dumb too hunny!

    Shannon VallelongaShannon VallelongaСарын өмнө
  • Where the fuck do you have photos on credit cards?

    SeawolfSeawolfСарын өмнө
  • OP missed an absolutely GOLDEN opportunity in the poison ivy story, especially since they quit the next shift. What OP should have done is let the manager fire them, then sued for wrongful termination. I mean OP had a doctor's note that the manager ignored, so yeah that'd be wrongful termination. Assuming this happened in the USA, go in for your final paycheck with a digital voice recorder (federal law in the USA has something called implied consent, if they have cameras that are recording you, that gives you the right to record them in every single jurisdiction) and ask the manager to confirm that you're being fired for not coming in when your doctor told you not to, despite having a signed doctor's note saying you couldn't work. If the manager stupidly confirms it, voila. That'd be a pretty open and shut case.

    Loki the SinLoki the Sin2 сарын өмнө
  • I like how the manager says “I will call the cops” but then doesn’t listen to the cop

    Magnum McCoyMagnum McCoy2 сарын өмнө
  • 7:19 I don't know where OP is from, but here we also have this expression ( Brazil )

    ¡ Hey Light !¡ Hey Light !2 сарын өмнө
  • I'd bet my balls that the "smelly train" story happened somewhere on the post soviet territory, and OP speaks russian. I, sadly, live here, and the story sounded all to familiar.

    Владимир ЖеламскийВладимир Желамский2 сарын өмнө
  • I know them their English.... eating his brains out is chewing him out its English just maybe some where a little more down south so American still english

    REAPER REAPREAPER REAP2 сарын өмнө
  • Why do these people think being rude will get them anywhere, then act surprised when it backfires?

    JayJay2 сарын өмнө
  • Poison Ivy story better have gotten at least 3 hours of pay for being asked to come down to their workplace.

    ClassifiedRanTomClassifiedRanTom2 сарын өмнө
  • Timestamps! 0:14 - First story 2:04 - Second story 7:28 - Third story 10:17 - Fourth story 13:59 - Fifth story 17:11 - Sixth story

    BlueBlessingBlueBlessing2 сарын өмнө
  • In India in the language gujrati there is a phrase called "mathu khayi gayi" which literally translates as eating someones brain...hahahahahhaha

    Rajvi DedhiaRajvi Dedhia2 сарын өмнө
  • Well yes, I think I know what that idiom... It is a similar to my native language (Greek) which is "του έφαγε τα σωθηκά (με την γκρινια)" so "eat her boyfriend brain" as translation can be the same.

    krit.k83krit.k832 сарын өмнө
  • For the posion ivy story. I would have just gotten fired then sued the manager. It would have been during a doctor assigned sick leave. It would have been illegal to fire me

    Umbra AnimoUmbra Animo2 сарын өмнө
  • im glad im immune to poison ivy.

    AceKaliburAceKalibur2 сарын өмнө
  • "AA road" seems legit, as long as they stay on the wagon.

    Joshua CadwellJoshua Cadwell3 сарын өмнө
  • Don't the labor laws in most areas insist that if you are called in to work, you need to be compensated for a certain minimum number of hours? re: poison ivy resturant server

    Marvin HMarvin H3 сарын өмнө
  • About eating someone's brain, I think it can be direct translation from Romanian "a mânca creierii" or from Hindi "किसी का दिमाग खाना"

    skidaddle skidoodleskidaddle skidoodle3 сарын өмнө
  • If she started spraying perfume everywhere, I would have vomited on her. No joke. I've had to run out of restaurants before when a woman arrived marinated in some fragrance or other. I've had to leave. meeting due to the smell of hairspray. I've been trapped in elevators.

    BobBob3 сарын өмнө
  • Eating brains: In South Africa, “Indians” say “chowing brains” or “don’t chow brains” so if the girlfriend chowed brains all night, it means she would. Not. Shut. Up!! And it understandably would be really annoying to the bf

    Najmia ManjooNajmia Manjoo3 сарын өмнө
  • 7:30 I actually think that the manager was in the right here. as per company policy, she literally cant charge the card unless he looks like the picture, because on the off chance it was a stolen card she could lose her job. now she should've charged the card once the cops told her she could, but still, it was irresponsible of the cops to let him get away with a free meal.

    Colin KingColin King3 сарын өмнө
  • Love your laugh.

    Souris VoleurSouris Voleur3 сарын өмнө
  • 17:18 you can hear yugo

    FamboiyeFamboiye3 сарын өмнө
  • @rslash The lexicoms the OP uses in the train story seems to be Spanish phrases from argentina, translated literal. "Eating someone brains" is "Comerle la cabeza" to someone. I may be wrong thou

    SedadoGamingSedadoGaming3 сарын өмнө
  • About the story in the train and idioms: that is probably Russian.

    VeeAyyDeeVeeAyyDee3 сарын өмнө
  • 2nd story is SOO annoying lmao

    Rob Smith21Rob Smith213 сарын өмнө
  • I think those idioms are from Croatian

    Filip JurkovicFilip Jurkovic3 сарын өмнө
  • The person who slept in poison ivy should not have gone to work, him saying she would be fired is completely illegal and the person should sue him

    Luca MicheliLuca Micheli3 сарын өмнө
  • they sound Romanian, we use the eating brains expression to suggest nagging

    fenrys fenirfenrys fenir3 сарын өмнө
  • Maybe the waitress at Longhorn was being maliciously compliant to her manager for a stupid policy?!?!

    Jim HaskellJim Haskell3 сарын өмнө
  • Apparently "eating someone's brains" means something like 'pestering someone' in Hindi.

    ZimonZieClownZimonZieClown4 сарын өмнө
  • I think that's an indian story.

    Anjishnu MukhopadhyayAnjishnu Mukhopadhyay4 сарын өмнө
  • Ok, I have commented once already but my gut feeling was correct, there are a few sleeping accommodations on a long train ride. A shelve is the bunk or place you sleep. There are options as to sleeping 4 or 6. the rooms have different names but the principle is the same. In this case it is not like a private room rather much like a seat but you will eventually sleep there. Shelves can be two or three high. Depending on the class of ticket you paid for like I said private accommodations can be purchased. In the more expensive you may purchase a crochet or a closet. In the case of this story it is like you have on a plane as an analogy. You have first class, business class and then the cheap tickets, this story would be much like the cheap tickets. The shelves would be a train car and if you reserved a seat nearest the loo, or bathroom yes it may not be pleasant but from what I gather when you purchase tickets for this type of car it is like computer generated and unless you know the layout as in an airplane and book certain seats and keep everyone in a group and you just purchase tickets individually you are assigned a shelve. This is not an American thing. More of an European thing. Thanks, CC

    Carl CouslinCarl Couslin4 сарын өмнө
  • The reason I love rSlash so much is the diversity. Personally I believe I have heard stories, if I counted right from 27 dfferent countries. People do not realize in South Africa there are over 50 countries alone. Europe is defined somewhere between 40 to I believe 54 countries. On that note I personally do not consider Russia as a part of Europe but I digress. I believe the Orient Express at one time covered 13 countries, excuse if wrong depending on the decade of its travels. This is why I read and listen to so many of rSlash posts. Being American and hearing the dialogue here I understand most of the words expressed and if I do not I research them just for my personal knowledge. I have only been to 5 countries on 3 continents but love every bit of the knowledge I have attained, no not bragging it is all personal. I love these posts and know that many do not understand some of the terminology used and that just intrigues the hell out of me. Please keep these posts going. Thanks CC

    Carl CouslinCarl Couslin4 сарын өмнө
  • 16:19 I can't help but imagining the Pillar Men theme playing in the background as he opens the door lmfao

    Fzc_SolFzc_Sol4 сарын өмнө
  • Can someone explain to me what's wrong with the vacation one? I hear a father wanting to take his kids on a long vacation (in the middle of a custedy battle he is losing, meaning he might not see his kids too much fairly soon) and thus taking away 2 days of his wife's time with the kids (wich admittedly is shitty, but let's be honest, it's kinda normal in divorced no? I've had friends going on a weekend even if it took away a weekend from one parent.) the wife was informed about it beforehand and she took the oppertunity to pick up the kids, yet didn't inform the husband she was literally taking a plane far away. I kinda get that the kids didn't like the vacation, but how many of you had shitty vacations? Most likely the dad held some hope of having an enjoyable vacation with his kids before the custedy battle would end and it would have been way harder to see his children. I kinda respect that, and I get that if his wife told him she'd be staying at a nearby hotel, he kinda flipped when he heard she had literally taken a plane away without telling him. Maybe I'm wrong, but I would be glad to hear other people's opinions on it.

    the fistthe fist4 сарын өмнө
  • In Poland when someone (boss, wife, etc.) is giving you „advice” how bad you are or is complaining about what you did wrong we say that he or she is washing your head (myje ci głowę). I have no idea why and what is origin of this.

    Krzysztof MiszczyńskiKrzysztof Miszczyński4 сарын өмнө
  • "Never saw that manager again" of course you didn't that bitch refused payment on a $100 check, despite the cops ok. That bitch got fired

    Deja HDeja H4 сарын өмнө
  • i think it's hindi im not sure tho.. :(

    Cade McPhersonCade McPherson4 сарын өмнө
  • That woman on the thumbnail looks like she “remembered” her child was in the car halfway through the parent teacher conference

    A Random GuyA Random Guy4 сарын өмнө
  • Honestly my dude, I watch your videos all the time, but that voice you do is starting to grate. I know that's what it's technically supposed to do, but you might wanna just work on other voices/ways of mockery.

    Amini mooseAmini moose4 сарын өмнө
  • So far I’ve seen two comments saying the expression is Romanian, one saying it’s Indian, one saying it’s Russian, and one saying it’s Floridian. Seems like a surprisingly common phrase, I wonder how that happens.

    Just Seff StuffJust Seff Stuff4 сарын өмнө
  • I've never seen a credit card with a photo ID on it

    Behold the Pale HorseBehold the Pale Horse4 сарын өмнө
  • I watched this before?

    [Very Sad Cat] :C[Very Sad Cat] :C4 сарын өмнө
  • the languich is slavich

    CapitenminecraftCapitenminecraft5 сарын өмнө
  • im glad i have nice parents

    Eamonn StrangEamonn Strang5 сарын өмнө
  • I really do not know what sort of countries you people live in . Manager call sick people what !

    Keith NewtonKeith Newton5 сарын өмнө
  • Concerning that $100 restaurant bill, as the officer when the waitress said, "I can't run the card." I would have said, I'm a police officer and vouch that this picture is really who it says it is on the card, you can get your manager. If the manager refused to accept the card after I vouched for the person, I would have said, "I can't legally arrest hi, He has offered payment and had been verified that the payment method is owned by him by an officer of the law. If you refuse to run the card, then you give him the meal for free. It's not his fault you refuse to process a payment that is clearly accepted by this business."

    Kelly RayburnKelly Rayburn5 сарын өмнө
  • In India, we have a phrase "dimag khana" which literally translates to "eating someone's brain"

    mayaanimaymayaanimay5 сарын өмнө
  • that language idiom is from hindi

    Manthan SohoniManthan Sohoni5 сарын өмнө
  • bosses are such A-holes, specially towards women.

    Raymond GarafanoRaymond Garafano5 сарын өмнө
  • Is "chewing his brains" really that far from "chewing someone out" language is weird. You just get used to your own from living in it/them.

    Anthony MerchantAnthony Merchant5 сарын өмнө
  • I definitely agree with you... If a cop personally vouches for someone that they are the person on an id/ credit card I think that clears you from any and all legal issues and problems or issues with work related procedure... So yeah definitely the managers fault...

    Koopa KingKoopa King5 сарын өмнө
  • In about half of your "stories," it turns out the protagonists have unreasonable expectations of others, and are equally bad, if not worse than your so-called "Karens." I suggest you take a break from your "stories" while you grow up and stop expecting everyone to be nicey-nice to you. Quite frankly, you get what you deserve in most cases.

    H.P. OliverH.P. Oliver5 сарын өмнө
  • people say ''eating their brains out'' in England sometimes, rarely but when they do its great

    Heath CrossHeath Cross5 сарын өмнө
  • I don't think the perfume analogy is an idiom. I think they were being literal lol

    Nino MitchellNino Mitchell5 сарын өмнө
  • My parents, who grew up in Soviet Russia, often tell me and my brother to "stop eating their brains with a teaspoon" (it's not the best translation but you get the point :)

    Nati GrinkrugNati Grinkrug5 сарын өмнө
  • im a canadian in ontario and i say things like "worse than hell" or "my fear level hit it's peak"

    Klause BudvigKlause Budvig5 сарын өмнө
  • I visited France when i lived in England with my family and by shelves do you mean floors? The train i was on had different levels like a double decker bus

    Wonky_wispWonky_wisp5 сарын өмнө
  • “DO IT!!!1!” “lol ok” “...” “wait stop”

    StaryStary5 сарын өмнө
  • if people are lets say "the karen is eating her boyfriends brains out" it means shes just extremely mad at him and shouting

    MarsBarrMarsBarr5 сарын өмнө
  • I would have loved to have found out if any of the customers that seen him and they had puked from looking at the man with the Poison Ivy sores. A Orchestra of vomiting would be amazing. Also would have been also more amazing that the owner of the restaurant was there that night and saw that and fired the manager on the spot. Also I don't know why these people that are so picky about their destination routes. I mean you just say whatever is the quickest route and go that way

    Riche' WilsonRiche' Wilson5 сарын өмнө
  • My custody clause in my divorce does have weekends or specific holidays which parent A can take the kids from parent B, but in those cases it would be up to parent A to pickup the kids from and deliver them back to parent B. I understand it to be to prevent petty keep away games with the kids.

    Cameron DickCameron Dick5 сарын өмнө
  • I had a similar situation with my first boss when I first started I was a busboy I woke up one morning with stomach issues (several years before covid) I called and told my boss this was the first tim I would have to miss I was told if I could find someone to cover my shift I could miss I called everyone and no one answered so I had to go in I was running back and forth from the bathroom after a while it went from a stomach hurting to everything hurting feeling weak queasy shaking and was cold no matter what I reminded my boss that I was sick since this was a restaurant and I wouldn’t want sick staff around my food and it was the law he told me the same thing you can leave when you find someone to cover you shift it kept getting worse and worse but finally before anyone had come in before our prepping hour ended i was walking back to the kitchen (was being sure to keep my head down and keeping away from people I told my boss one more time sir I’m sick and I shouldn’t be here around food and other people that I could have the flu and a lot of our customers are 70+ years old he told me the same thing and at the same time I could feel it coming so I turned around and projectile vomited into our trash can that’s when he started throwing a fit saying if I was sick i needed to go home and that next time I should make a bigger deal about it despite me telling him 3 times and having all the other staff tell him I looked like death

    PopaganzaPopaganza5 сарын өмнө
  • The thumbnail is litterally perfect

    Ay tu CabronAy tu Cabron5 сарын өмнө
  • those idioms are African I know it all to well

    Vivien GoldingVivien Golding5 сарын өмнө
  • russian

    DOG CODEDOG CODE6 сарын өмнө
  • 7:16 "eating his brains" probably equates to "chewing him out" about complaining

    DoomLordDeekus DerekDoomLordDeekus Derek6 сарын өмнө
  • My dad drives Uber and had a situation exactly like the last story there. The kicker is that the customer gets charged for both time and distance, and they have a pretty generous rate for when stuck in traffic, so a customer wound up paying almost double and losing an hour because a fair demanded to be taken on the DC Beltway.

    nuya buisnessnuya buisness6 сарын өмнө
  • i know where those idioms are from its pig latin maybe

    ggmanggman6 сарын өмнө
  • I don't know if this was already answered, probably yes, but I will still add my coin in it, in Russian language besides saying "ducking brains out" we also say "eating brains out".

    Yui RukulaYui Rukula6 сарын өмнө
  • 7:20 those idioms sound extremely like ones on the English language

    James McCabeJames McCabe6 сарын өмнө
  • 10:16 reason number 381 that Im glad I never had kids

    KeyKey6 сарын өмнө
  • pictures on credit cards?

    KeyKey6 сарын өмнө
  • Hey Rslash, my name is Jayson. I'm a fan of your MNthe channel and am in general enjoying your content. Also I am from Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA. And I will admit that I can be entitled sometimes, but I will say that I am not as entitled as all the entitled Karen's of this world.

    Jayson SantJayson Sant6 сарын өмнө