Harry the English bulldog has been spoiled since he was a puppy, dog owner Debra Curtis told Newsweek.
"Rescinding a job offer happens more often than you think for a variety of reasons," human resources consultant Nina Ross told Newsweek.
Several TikTok users were frustrated by the scene in latest clip, while others were less bothered, with one writing: "Who cares, it happens all the time."
Several users on TikTok were impressed by the passenger's creative solution, with one writing it was "the smart way" to avoid luggage mishaps.
Several TikTok users defended the passenger, pointing out that the flyer is entitled to do as they please since they paid for that seat.
The boyfriend's gesture in the latest viral clip has sparked debate among TikTok users, with one asking "doesn't every guy do this?"
Deb Dana, a licensed clinical social worker, told Newsweek that connecting with another via "glimmers" in our lives "sparks something" in our nervous system.
I'm in a position where I have to choose between attending my firstborn's wedding and staying home with my two younger children.
Several users on TikTok were amused by the dog duo in the latest viral clip, with one writing "these two will balance each other out."
Several users were sympathetic toward the passenger in the viral clip, who said: "The flying experience that I had yesterday should not be allowed."
Several social media users backed the passenger's stance in the latest viral clip, with one writing "others' poor planning is not your fault."
"He just wants his emotional support blanket, let the baby cuddle with it," wrote one social media user.
Several TikTok users swooned over the well-trained dachshunds in the latest viral clip, with one writing: "Bravo for being in control."
"Emergency contacts are meant for emergencies only, not for unnecessary interference," an employment expert told Newsweek.
Several users were laughing over the scene in the viral clip, with one questioning "how gangster" these animals are becoming.
Several TikTok users were delighted by the dog's reaction in the latest viral clip, with one writing the pup must have been saying "we're in this together!"
The job candidate was "right in their instinct" to leave as "this may be a potentially toxic work environment," one workplace expert told Newsweek.
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The incident was a "harrowing" experience, Ashley Haugen told Newsweek, adding: "I don't want anybody else to go through this."
Recruiting consultant Mike Peditto told Newsweek that asking questions during a job interview should not be viewed as "a last second sales pitch."
Several TikTok users swooned over the dog in the latest viral clip, with one writing: "What an absolute doll."
Several users on TikTok were appalled by the seat setup in the latest viral post, with one writing "this is my worst nightmare."
Users swooned over the unexpected discovery in the clip with almost 10 million views, and several were unable to get over "those little squeaks."
Danyelle Heckert told Newsweek that her two dogs "always enjoy beach vacations such as Croatia or mountainous places such as Switzerland or Austria."
Users were inspired by Whitney Pepper's story in the clip, as she told Newsweek the change was due to "consistency" and "the changing of my mindset."
TikTok users were impressed by the flight hack, with one saying, "I don't need to have any more meltdowns" while traveling.
Several users criticized Ryanair, the Irish airline in the clip, but a company spokesperson told Newsweek: "Our aircraft are cleaned during every turnaround."
Butter, the 3-year-old Labrador retriever mix, has "always been a nervous guy" and "shelter life doesn't help much," a volunteer told Newsweek.
Life coach Tarla Makaeff sided with the mom in the latest viral Reddit post, telling Newsweek that she was "completely in her right to nurse her baby."
"It's possible the waiter was tired too, wasn't focused on the amount at the bottom, and assumed this was simply a very generous tip," an expert told Newsweek.