6 steps to becoming a Karen

Ever wondered what it would be like to be a Karen? Well, now you can find out! Simply follow these 6 easy steps and you will be good to go

1. Dress the part

The first step is finding the right clothing, hair style, and accessories! You can probably find all the things you will need at a local goodwill or any number of thrift stores. Find your proper Karen style!

2. Find the right glare

Will your glare be angry, hateful, or mocking? That’s what you need to find out! We recommend practicing this in the mirror to view the full affect

3. Protect the neighborhood

As a Karen, your job is to keep everyone in your neighborhood safe! You should be constantly looking out your window for any suspicious looking people, and if you see any, you should immediately let everyone know about it

4. Call the waiter (snap if you need to)

This is key to being a Karen, a good Karen should call the waiter at least five times during a meal, simply to complain about the food

5. Never be satisfied

Whether it’s a misplaced pickle on your burger, your water being too dry, or the waiter forgot to add extra ketchup, you can never be satisfied with you meal (or anything for that matter) if you don’t see anything to complain about, you should make something up!

6. Perfect the phrase ”I’d like to speak to your manager, please”

The ”Please” is optional of course, but make sure you have this step down before you leave your house

There you have it, 6 very easy steps to becoming a Karen! If you follow all of them you will be a pro-Karen in no time! Have a great day, and make sure to come back tomorrow for more fun!

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