We all know fast food is generally the cheapest, yet this deal tops them all! Whether it is just for you, to share with friends, or to serve at a party, you can now get 10 nuggets for $1 or 100 nuggets for ONLY $10!
With competition against places like Wendy’s, Burger King, and McDonald’s, the big chains are constantly at each other’s throats battling out for something to make them stand out from the crowd. Burger King has certainly won this time as a 10-piece nugget at McDonald’s is about $4, and at Wendy’s they are $3 (and getting increasingly smaller).
The delicious, fried pieces of chicken are a childhood dream, and it is no wonder we still love them into our adulthood given the taste and countless sauce options to dunk them into. Therefore, starting Thursday, October 11, participating Burger King locations nationwide will serve up the dollar deal for a limited time “as long as supplies last,” said a Burger King spokesperson.
But wait – there is more! From October 11 to October 14, Burger King lovers in three cities—Fort Lauderdale, Miami, and Los Angeles—will be able to order a special 100 nugget deal for just $10 exclusively via Postmates, and that deal also comes with free delivery when you use the code NUGGS at checkout. There’s a limit of one order per customer, so make it worthwhile.
Whether you plan to eat 10 nuggets or 100, that is entirely up to you, but we do recommend sharing. Show your best mates how generous you are by paying for the bill, all $10 of it. Possibly even help out someone hungry in need. Either way, make sure to get a great range of BK dipping sauces; BBQ, Honey Mustard, Ranch, Zesty, Buffalo, and Sweet & Sour.
If you find 100 to be too much, we have plenty of other recommendations with what you can do with them. Build a nugget house, dip them in two sauces and use them as checker pieces, or even swap them for poker chips. Your nugget world is endless.
40+ Annoying Screenshots of Interactions People Had With Influencers
Whether it’s TikTok or Tumblr, Instagram or Snapchat, the internet is absolutely crawling with self-proclaimed influencers. Of course, where there are influencers, there are requests for free stuff — and that inevitably leads to public drama, angry Facebook posts, and outraged clap-backs. Check out this list of annoying screenshots showing interactions people had with influencers. From makeup to photography, cakes to hotels, these people have absolutely no shame when it comes to requesting free services.
I Cannot Believe Your Response
Let’s kick things off with a full-on influencer rant. This person is a beauty blogger and says that they receive new products from top brands all the time. Because of this, she simply can’t understand why someone wouldn’t send them free products to review. Bizarrely, from this person’s point of view, they’re doing people a favor by not paying for their products.
Rather than thinking through the nuances of this situation, this irritating blogger just berates the person she’s trying to court.
You’re Making a Mistake
This obnoxious influencer decided to pop into a nail technician’s DMs and ask them for a free manicure and pedicure. In fact, they didn’t even bother to ask for free services, they just assumed they would get them based on their Instagram fame.
When this person finds out they’re expected to pay for a service, they start insulting the nail technician. In fact, further into this interaction, this horrible influencer starts mocking the nail tech’s job and insulting her children. The worst!
Willing to Collaborate
As you can see in this next image, this pair of influencers advertised for a completely free makeup artist and hairstylist. You see, people with specific skills that you literally rely on can just be paid with word of mouth and exposure to followers. It’s not like they need money to buy expensive products or anything.
Absurdly, these influencers think that “content” of your own work is enough to sustain a business. Sadly, networking doesn’t pay the bills.
Here Comes the Bride
Influencers have no limits when it comes to asking for free stuff, especially for big events like weddings. Hey, why pay for things when you could get them for free instead? Here we have a fashion blogger from Bangalore that’s looking for “some interesting collaborations” for their wedding.
Unsurprisingly, in this case, “collaboration” means that this business owner is expected to give up free merchandise in return for people seeing it online. That doesn’t sound like the best business model.
Promote for Payment
Photographers are frequently targeted by influencers because online personas need good pictures for their social media accounts. In some cases, up-and-coming photographers might want models to practice their skills with, but that doesn’t mean you can just ask them for free photoshoots.
As this image shows, this photographer charges hundreds of dollars for their services, but this influencer says they will “promote” for payment. Seriously, how do these people think photographers ever make money?
A Live-In Social Influencer
Check out this interaction with an influencer, where someone’s agent tries to get them free accommodation. Apparently, this person spent some time on the reality show The Bachelorette and is awaiting huge fame with their appearance on Bachelor in Paradise.
In exchange for leveraging some of this soon-to-be mega fame, this person wants to “partner with” an apartment complex. This means that this reality TV cast member wants a free place to live. Somehow, we don’t think that’s going to happen.
Who Will Pay the Staff?
This infamous interaction between a YouTuber and the White Moose Café in Dublin led the establishment to eventually ban all bloggers. The email on the left shows the influencer asking for free accommodation in return for featuring on her YouTube channel. An irresistible offer, right?
The White Moose Café didn’t think so and publicly responded with one mega rant. The person who wrote the post on the right correctly points out that appearing in videos doesn’t pay housekeeping staff, receptionists, or waiters.
You Must Be a Scammer
It’s not just photographers and nail technicians who are expected to work for free – it’s also web developers. This interaction shows an influencer asking for services, and expecting to pay in social media exposure.
When this perplexed web developer replies in shock, the influencer just insults them further. This freelancer rightly points out that someone with a marketing agency should be able to pay for services with a little more than Instagram likes. Most outrageously, they eventually accuse this poor person of being a scammer!
How Is That a Collaboration?
This list is evidence that influencers don’t know what a collaboration is. “Collaboration” must be the word that influencers settled on when they all got together and planned how to get free stuff — “If we say, ‘collaborate,’ they won’t notice we have nothing to offer…right?”
In this influencer interaction, someone wants to “do a collaboration” with a restaurant. They want to come and eat, and then leave a review. As the restaurant responded, how is that a collaboration?
You’re Missing Out
How would you feel if someone offered you something, and when you agreed, they told you it would cost you $10? That’s not exactly what we’d call a satisfying business arrangement. This so-called influencer slid into someone’s DMs to ask if they could post that person’s song on their profile.
When the person reluctantly agreed, they were hit with the $10 price tag. As is often the case in these sorts of influencer interactions, this conversation ended up descending into insults and mockery.
All Proceeds to Me
This screenshot from an influencer shows someone trying to get free attendance to an event, in exchange for promotion. The thing is, the event in question was already donating 70% of its proceeds to a local homeless shelter, making this a bit of a selfish move.
Many influencers try to get free access to events in exchange for talking about them on social media. Ideally, this would lead to more participants and more proceeds, but how much can you really rely on a random person in your DMs?
Hey, How Many Likes?
As far as these screenshots are concerned, it seems like influencers think everything can be paid for in social media likes. Need a new shirt? Just drum up some likes and get one for free! What about a holiday? Just put a video of the hotel online and they’ll invite you with open arms. As if!
As we can see in this image, this influencer wants a personal drawing in return for however many likes this artist wants. How generous of them!
Nobody Will Order From You
It seems like many influencers start out being super friendly, and then quickly get nasty if they don’t get their way. What’s the deal with that? This person wants to use someone’s vocals on a track, but would rather “promote” them than pay them. We’re pretty sure that’s not a good deal.
Even though this vocalist is very polite, saying “I’m so sorry, I only accept payments in cash,” the influencer quickly turns on them, and then insults their music. The cheek!
Dear Little Brats
Understandably, many business owners are flabbergasted when relatively unknown people ask to use their services or have their products for free. We get it – they’ve worked, saved and planned to get where they are, and they don’t want to just give things away because someone feels entitled to it.
The person in this influencer interaction went as far as calling someone a “little brat.” Not backing down, they then barred them from ever entering their establishment. Sounds like a hard no.
I Would Be Willing
In this social media influencer interaction, we see an up-and-coming Instagram model trying to blag a free night out. This person starts by buttering up her new local club, saying that the locals have said good things. She then asks for a private booth, free passes, and beverages for the group, while slightly insulting the “club in the burbs.”
Hilariously, the club had no interest whatsoever. In fact, they’re pretty happy with their current mullet-shoving publicity stunts.
You Are a Disgrace
The respondent to this influencer interaction is absolutely furious that anyone wants them to work for free. In this case, the business is a specialty cake store, meaning it takes an awful lot of work, time, and skill to produce even one item.
This influencer wants to pay for free products with promotion, which they declare is worth almost $700. We love that this person outright calls this influencer a disgrace, and closes their message by wishing them a great week.
Are You That Desperate?
We have to give it to these influencers – they really know how to spin things around. In this exchange, someone asks if they can have something for free, saying they’ll give a shout out to their 315 followers. Come on dude, we all know that 315 is pretty miserable.
Understandably, this person responds with a simple “no,” and is then accused of being “desperate for money.” Somehow, the person refusing to work for free is the desperate one here, and not the one begging for free services.
Take Pictures Somewhere Else
Surprisingly, many people don’t know how to behave at certain historical monuments. You would think that people would be respectful at sites where so many humans suffered, but unfortunately, lots of folks are too busy thinking about selfies and vacation videos to really pay attention.
This post was made by the Auschwitz Memorial museum to tell influencers to stop taking pictures balancing on their train tracks. We can’t believe this ever has to be said, but here it is.
I Don’t Pay Photographers
A number of influencers on this list expect to be given free products and services without even asking for them. This brand of influencer expects anyone they message to scout their online profile, and quickly realize they should work for free in the hopes of cashing in later. Sounds tempting…no?
This person outrageously claims that they don’t pay photographers. We’d love to know what they think photographers pay their bills with. Do they think Instagram likes are edible?
Public Lands Hate You
Our next influencer interaction comes from the Instagram account, @publiclandshateyou. This account tracks influencers that cause environmental damage, like this shot of someone with a handful of freshly picked poppies.
Apparently, it’s illegal to lie in California’s poppy fields, so broadcasting the experience to thousands of people might not be the best way to preserve them. This influencer snap is particularly bad because it shows someone who plucked the entire flower — roots and all.
Send Me One of These
Perhaps there’s been some sort of fundamental misunderstanding when it comes to influencers and products. Of course, top influencers and celebrities do get free products, but that’s because their fame works in different ways. This type of fame is far-reaching, highly organized, and specifically designed to hawk products.
The same just isn’t true when it comes to small YouTube channels. If brands gave expensive electronic products to every person with an online channel, they’d never make any money.
Look Into My Eyes
In this next post, an influencer’s father outs them online and proves they’ve been lying to their followers. This particular influencer, named Sarah McDaniel, claimed to have heterochromia, a condition that leads to two different colored eyes.
However, eagle-eyed followers noticed that the influencer’s blue eye seemed to change color. It appeared dark in some pictures, and bright blue in others. As you can see, McDaniel’s dad posted this picture of his daughter when she was a child. Clearly, she has two brown eyes.
You Are No Longer Contenders
This exchange is a whirlwind, and includes lots of back and forth emails. Basically, an influencer hired someone to send out an email to a bunch of bridal stores and wanted someone to document the day for free. Alas, this bridal store wasn’t impressed, and pointed out that this influencer was also asking that their products be discounted by 25% for their followers.
The bridal store snapped back, leading the influencer and her assistant to declare themselves appalled by the whole situation. Us too.
You’re the One Who Pays
What sort of idiot would pay for a personal trainer when they could get trained and get paid for the privilege? Well, sadly this arrangement doesn’t actually exist, as we can see from this troubled influencer interaction.
The influencer on the left wants a personal trainer, and plans to pay with a social media promotion package. The gym owner on the right points out that this package actually requires the trainer to pay the client. What on Earth?
Do You Offer Complimentary Services?
As far as we can tell from these influencer interactions, influencers really like to use exclamation marks. All of their emails and messages are littered with them, giving off the idea that they’re super fun, friendly, and trustworthy folks.
However, we can see past those pesky exclamation marks and know that influencers just want free stuff. This travel blog crept into the DMs of the number one restaurant in the area and asked them for “complimentary services.” That’s influencer for free stuff.
Run the Numbers Again
Amazingly, this influencer actually ends up with a deal, though it’s not exactly the one they bargained for. This influencer approaches a business owner, and asks to be paid either $20 or $30 per month for sharing posts online. Considering their spelling isn’t exactly the best, that’s probably not a super deal.
This business owner is game, though, and offers to set up a coupon code that rewards the influencer with every sale. This way, their impact can actually be tracked and rewarded accordingly.
Just Hanging with Queen
Lots of influencers aren’t exactly honest, and this extends to all aspects of their so-called career. Of course, there are influencers that are transparent and ethical, but the entire industry relies on just the right amount of smoke and mirrors. A little edit here, a filter there — it’s all about creating the right type of look.
This influencer went ahead and photoshopped herself into someone else’s image with Queen. It looks like their plan failed, and they were publicly scooped.
Did You Call Me Demanding?
This outrageous interaction is an absolute rollercoaster, and the photographer in question deserves a prize for their patience. Basically, an influencer asks for a free photoshoot, and this photographer works with them to suggest an arrangement that might suit them both.
At every turn here, the influencer is completely unreasonable. They constantly misunderstand the concept of a collaboration, or “trade,” and try to get paid for a photoshoot they want for free. Seriously guys, what is wrong with these people?
Very Few People Actually Eat
We’ll admit that we chuckled at this influencer rant, especially because the influencer in question was so wildly out of order. Basically, the writer of this post is a wedding caterer, and spends lots of time and energy sourcing and preparing delicious, local food.
For that reason, it’s pretty offensive that an influencer would request enough food to feed around 300 people for free. What’s even worse is that this influencer made clear that they were more interested in how the food looked, compared to how it tasted.
A Very Respected Influencer
Did you know that very respected influencers get in touch with people via their DMs? They don’t use assistants or publicists or agents or anything – they just jump straight into private messages and start working out business deals. That’s just the way very respected influencers roll.
This very respected influencer loses their temper when they’re told they can’t have free stuff. They even claim that this business owner will “never get an opportunity like this” for the rest of their life. Wow.
I Was Just Wondering
Influencers don’t just hang around on social media platforms you know — they also linger on shopping and swap sites. This interaction is from Depop, where people either sell or trade used clothing.
In this interaction, as with the others on this list, we have someone trying to take somebody else’s items for free. The seller keeps telling the influencer that they’re welcome to review the items once they’ve paid, but the influencer is really insistent on just taking them instead.
We Use Real Money Here
You wouldn’t believe it, but it seems that influencers also try to get free stuff on freelancing apps. That’s right — influencers go to the very places where people charge money for their work, and try to convince them to just work for nothing instead. When will this get less weird?
This person wants someone to build them an in-game home but isn’t willing to give any money for it. Come to think of it, this person doesn’t seem willing to give anything at all.
Let’s Talk Business
As well as asking for free stuff, influencers are pretty great at offering unsolicited advice. Every aspiring Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok influencer think they’re experts in PR, branding, and advertising, but really they just go around asking for free stuff.
This person suggests they’re going to talk “business,” but then basically asks for free products in return for “more exposure” and promotion. This isn’t exactly a great pitch, and why would this person be a trustworthy source for business help?
The Trade Economy
In this post, we apparently have a personal trainer offering their services in exchange for free translation. We understand that swapping skills can be a useful way of getting by, but it’s not really an equal trade — right?
Maybe this would be an equal trade if someone actually wanted nutrition tips or “info on habit building,” but as it stands, it looks like someone wants a free translator. We’re not sure if this person is an influencer or not, but their sketchy job description makes it seem so!
You Have to Provide Hair
Because most people have access to a smartphone and the internet, basically anyone can become an influencer of some kind. Sure, you might not end up with tens of thousands of followers, but you could try.
Maybe this is why so many people send bizarre messages asking for free stuff. They all want a piece of the pie, and they just have to send a message to get involved. Here we have someone who needs hair models but is asking them to pay her.
We Choose You
In our next post, influencers attempt to charge a restaurant to appear on their social media page. Strangely framing the entire exercise as “doing good things for the planet,” these folks say they’ll helpfully post a picture and a “fantastic caption” all for the fair price of around $180.
This wasn’t exactly an appealing offer to this London establishment, who got pretty snarky in their response. This restaurant recommended showing up, ordering food, and then paying for it for a “realistic effect.” Ha!
Influencers Pay Double
The owner of this ice-cream establishment has had enough of influencers asking for free ice-cream. As a way of combating this uniquely modern problem, the business has decided to charge influencers double.
This means that influencers are still welcome on the premises, but they must pay extra for whatever they want. This way, they’re making up for all the free stuff they’ve asked for. This business is right to point out that it’s stingy to ask for free ice-cream when it costs under five bucks.
Do The Right Thing
Whoever sent this scathing response to an inquiring influencer certainly wasn’t interested in being polite. When someone asked to come and eat in an Adelaide restaurant in exchange for posting some “food shots,” this establishment had a pretty clear answer.
Responding publicly to this request, the manager at this outlet asked the influencer to “do the right thing” and pay for the food they’ll be eating. It’s not really all that unreasonable a request is it?
No Influencers Allowed
Here’s yet another establishment that decided to make a public post telling influencers to stay away. According to the White Banana, online influencers should find another way to “eat, drink, or sleep for free.” There’s no collaborating here.
Of course, there’s not really any way of enforcing a no-influencer policy. In basically all cases, the businesses do it to make a stand and create a little bit of publicity. After all, everyone can rally together when it’s against an influencer.
Report as Spam
In this post, we have a clothing designer faced with some fairly ridiculous requests. An influencer reached out suggesting a “collaboration,” and the designer was actually willing to help her out. Though this influencer had a small following, the designer liked their photography skills and suggested sending a lower-priced item.
Alas, the influencer wanted four highly priced items, and to be paid to post photos to Instagram for just one hour. In the end, the designer decided the account was a fake, and reported it as spam.
Thanks for the Constructive Feedback
For our final influencer interaction, we have someone asking to “collaborate” with a restaurant. As is often the case, these folks want free food in exchange for taking some HD photos and posting them online. Unsurprisingly, the restaurant is not pleased, and they hold no punches.
Ultimately, the influencers here decide the restaurant is being rude, and withdraw their wonderful opportunity to collaborate. Then, this influencer exchange descends into an argument about autocorrect. Of course it does.
Trading Creative Labor
Who doesn’t love unpaid work? Isn’t it just so satisfying to get up early, spend a day working, and then go home with nothing to show for it? Just great! This influencer put up an advertisement for a videographer and photographer but clarified they wouldn’t be paid a penny.
In fact, these unpaid workers couldn’t even get a flower crown, because accorWe Work So Hardding to this influencer, “supplies are EXPENSIVE.” Incredibly, this influencer offered to pay in “creative labor” by “teaching” her unpaid staff.
Free Ice-Cream for Facebook Likes
It’s incredible how creative influencers are when it comes to asking for free stuff. Whether it’s a “collaboration” or an “opportunity,” these people are really great at hiding the fact they’re asking for unpaid labor, services, or products.
This so-called sponsorship opportunity involves showing up with an ice-cream cart and receiving no money for ice-creams. How is that a good use of a day? We’re not surprised that Joe the ice-cream man wasn’t interested.
We Work So Hard
This influencer interaction from Tumblr is slightly different than the others we’ve seen so far. Here we have someone commenting that they’d like to be an influencer because then they would make money for doing “absolutely nothing.”
Naturally, a passing influencer wouldn’t stand for that and stepped up with a pro-influencer rant. Did you guys know it’s difficult to make a hotel look like a vacation? Or to eat cold food? According to this hysterical commenter, it’s expert-level stuff.
I Thought She’d Be Grateful
Next up we have an Instagram user who thinks posting pictures online translates into free food. If only that were the case! This person had a delicious meal at a restaurant, and then gave the establishment just one star because they didn’t comp any of their meal.
Despite telling the manager they have over 11,000 followers, this person still had to pay for the calamari that they ordered and consumed. Can you imagine? Luckily for the restaurant, this influencer won’t be coming back.