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MyRoommateSucks.org – Share Roommate Stories

Exactly what it’s name says. This new site gives you a classy way to get your back on any insufferable roommate you’re forced to put up with. All you have to do is to type down your story (up to 250 characters are allowed) and it’ll be posted, for all to read and comment. You can’t use your roommate’s real name, but you can spice your post up with a nice expletive or two. As long as you don’t go...

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FMyBoss.com – Complain About Your Boss

With the economy the way it is, you can’t afford to lose your job by giving your boss an angry reply face-to-face, even when he fully deserves it. No, you’ve got to play it quiet and avoid any unnecessary confrontations while you are at the office. After all, there’s other ways to let off the steam after a particularly disparaging day at work. Just look at this new website. FMyBoss.com is where you can rant and vent...

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DroneMe.com – Complain For A While

There are lots of sites that let you get things off your chest, and go on ranting and ranting about these things you know just ain’t right. See RantSocial and Suckered.us, for example. These sites certainly do the job they were created for, but they have one disadvantage: what you post remains online forever. And even though posts on such sites are invariably anonymous, having them online forever can be problematic one day. It...

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ComplainApp.com – Complain About Lousy Service

As a customer, you have the inalienable right to make your voice be heard when any company gives you a raw deal. And you know that your complaint will be far more effective if you manage to team up with other consumers that are also in a comparable situation, and who have as many reasons as you do to feel they have been treated unprofessionally. The question is, how do you come across such people? Well, this new mobile application...

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Gri.pe – Solving Complains In A Social Way

When people get bored, they begin complaining. They complain about the government. They complain about their bosses. And they complain about the retailers and service providers they have to deal with for the ostensible reason that they are “paying their wages”. That can’t be helped. But it might be put a little more in perspective. Gri.pe is a new social tool which aims to do that. By using the provided mobile app, people can create a...

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