Entries Tagged as 'posted online'
Cynthia in San Francisco says she was about to check the class schedule at her gym when she saw that their website was no longer operational. “There is so much YES going on here,” she says, of the screenshots she was able to grab. “I barely make it to the gym anyway and this is a great excuse to quit altogether. I’m more of a yoga person anyhow!”
related: The Mad Bomber
extra credit: Burger King Twitter Hacked, Turned into McDonalds [gizmodo.com]
Tags: gym · money · posted online · San Francisco
Writes our submitter, “Bob L,” in California: “I posted a negative review on Yelp of a local business. Next time I came in, I saw this note posted on their bulletin board. Glad I didn’t use my real name!”
related: “The bathrooms are the best thing about this restaurant.”
extra credit: Portlandia “Bad Yelp review” [youtube]
Tags: "customer service" · California · posted online
Ryan’s friend M is “…very direct, let’s say.” So when her property management company sent Facebook friend requests to her and her housemates — after ignoring countless communications about various maintenance issues — Ryan knew the results would be “interesting, let’s say.”
related: Well, that’s one way to get your landlord’s attention
Tags: Facebook · landlords and property managers · public shaming · smiley · Wales
Err, perhaps the division of Facebook friends should have been included in the settlement?
related: The happiest place on Earth
Tags: ex drama · Facebook · unnecessary "quotation marks"
Two unisex bathrooms; two crops of overly-educated office drones; one shared problem.
(Re: “You can do it with one hand!” Clearly, Natalie knows her audience.)
related: It’s not rocket science.
extra credit: “My dad is a bachelor and this is how he keeps his toilet paper…” [imgur]
Tags: battle of the sexes · Facebook · toilet paper
Amy in Ohio found this delightful diatribe while browsing through area garage sale listings on Craigslist. “Fortunately I snapped a screenshot, because this gem was soon flagged for removal,” she says. “My favorite part: ‘…nothing but ignorance!’”
related: Some advice on holding a garage sale
Tags: Craigslist · garage sale · most popular notes of 2012 · Ohio · unsolicited feedback
“When I saw the first post on Facebook, I thought it was a rather aggressive joke,” our submitter says. “Then I saw her response two days later, when only 45 people (yes, I counted) wished her a happy birthday on her wall.” What a tough world we live in! (sob)
related: Facebook, a place for narcissists
Tags: birthday · Facebook · kids today · most popular notes of 2012
Writes our submitter: “Last year Zaky changed the date of his birthday on Facebook just to test if anyone actually knew his real birthday. Nobody did, probably because he pulls crappy mind games like this. He did it again this year and it still didn’t work.”
I think Melissa (below) probably said it best: “Whatever, Zaky, as if anyone actually cares when your birthday is?”
related: It’s my pity party and I’ll whine if I want to
Tags: Australia · birthday · Facebook
September 27th, 2011 · 35 Comments
“My friend and her mother have little exchanges like this via Facebook all the time,” says our anonymous submitter. “It’s always lovely to get these little peeks into their relationship.”
related: Best wishes, godless heathens!
Tags: Facebook · guilt trip · Jesus · Mother-daughter notes
Dan in Chicago spotted this unexpected gem in the “comments from our readers” section of the Chicago Tribune weather page.
related: No money, no trophy
Tags: Chicago · Moms & Dads · posted online