Wow. You know that technology has gone too far when it puts your iPhone photos on Google Image. Is nothing safe?
Technically his status mentions that he's sick. Technically it's accurate. Sick of work is still sick, right?
"Excuse me! I wasn't on the computer. I was on Facebook on my phone. There's a difference!"
Is anyone really friends with their boss? Facebook friends, sure. But IRL friends? No way.
You can still get a doctor's note for a cut finger. The doctor's note is going to say that you're an idiot and can still work. But a note is a note!
One employee has been conning his boss for a long time. It started with a broken windshield. Who's going to accuse you of lying when you have photographic evidence?
Then the con moved on to bodily injuries. Again, the employee used photos to back up his claim. The boss was none the wiser.
Then the employee sent multiple photos of the same injury. To really drive it home, he insisted that he wasn't lying. If you say something is true, that means it's true right?
But then the boss caught on. Because no lie is too good for reverse image search. Looks like the employee is going to have to start Googling "employment opportunities"!
To be fair, does anyone know how Daylight Savings really works? The Daylight Savings Fairy arbitrarily decides to take away or give us an hour. We, as mortals, are at its mercy.
It's that age old existentialist question. If a customer is shitty, and no one is there to Facebook about it, are they really a shitty customer? Yes, yes they are.
Does Vaguebooking count as a two weeks notice? Follow up question: Does getting immediately fired count as a two weeks notice?
"My boss can't see that I'm not working. Maybe I should post about it? That way they're really know that I'm not working."
"So, is that like a no to drinking with me, or...? That's a no? Your loss!"