The real question is, who got fired for this picture? The Burger King employee stepping on lettuce or the person who chose to use this picture to represent Mayfield Heights, Ohio?
"Hey, you think maybe we should move this before we start painting?"
"You want to pick it up, go right ahead."
[Shrugs. Paints over poo.]
He was let go mostly for safety concerns. After all, that mix tape was a FIRE HAZARD!!!
Sometimes a photo is taken at an insanely perfect time, and it's a sight to behold. Other times, photos are placed in the worst possible position, and it's an even bigger sight to behold.
This should be common sense, but just in case it isn't for you: do not badmouth your boss if you are friends with them on Facebook. Also, think of a better insult than calling them a "prune."
This is cute and funny until you realize they used duct tape inside the microwave, and the ensuing fire engulfed the entire strip mall.
Then it's hysterical.
Maybe they assumed your mother was old and frail and the surprise would be too much for her heart. Sorry for caring, you monster!
When we said people "definitely" got fired after the picture was taken, we bet you didn't expect literally. R.I.P., this guy's eyebrows.
I'd like to think this is just a bizarre fast food item I had no idea about. But I doubt "Partially-Cheesed Fish Thing" is on any McMenu.
The most disturbing part of this is the look on the mannequins' faces. No one should be reaching down there while looking that disinterested and spaced out.
It takes a special kind of employee to get themselves fired before they're even hired. Let this be a lesson, kiddos: be nice, especially to people with a blue check mark next to their name on Twitter.