@Midnight asked the internet to #QuitYourJobIn5Words and they delivered in glorious fashion.
If the hashtag isn't obvious enough, users posted five-word phrases that would potentially cause them to lose their job.
Make a list and never follow up on it. That's the way to procrastinate. Luckily you can just as easily procrastinate with a bunch of hilarious lists. Win-win.
John Lewis is famous for releasing a touching Christmas advertisement every year. Of course there's another John Lewis who ends up getting all the Tweets that people direct to the department store and he's just a guy living in America. Fortunately he has a great sense of humor about it.
Before there was Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and a host of other sites for people to vaguely post their feelings, there was Myspace. Some kind people on the internet have taken screenshots of what are (allegedly) Taylor Swift's old Myspace comments. These are so wonderfully dated, it will remind you of when you were a teen making inside jokes and quoting 'Sahara' just like her.
We would like to say that you can't argue with photographic evidence but some people can and DO argue that the Earth is actually flat. If you're not a government clone of a celebrity (like Tila Tequila) or if you believe in science, you'll still love these amazing pictures of Earth from outer space.
The British phone company, Tesco Mobile, has one of the most savage Twitter account on the internet.
Most people think it's fun and games to joke about Tesco's crappy coverage, or even the obnoxious auto-generated voice mails, but Tesco Mobile doesn't play.
Just take a look at some of these recent brutal comebacks and see for yourself.
Donald Trump is catching a lot of heat on Twitter for his speech at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta on Wednesday. During the speech, Trump told anyone who doubted his LGBT friendliness to 'ask the gays'.. Well, the LGBT community responded. "Ask the gays what they think and what they do, in, not only Saudi Arabia, but many of these countries, and then you tell me – who's your friend, Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton?"
'The Lion King' is a fondly remembered Disney movie about a lion who becomes king. Hence the title. Twitter user @SINice hilariously reimagined the movie by rewriting Simba and Nala as if they were "from the hood". Their concerns are a lot more relatable than securing a kingdom but it does seem like they're having some relationship problems. It's best to just sit back and let the drama unfold.
Most people curate what you see about their lives on social media. This woman obviously had people thinking her relationship was better than it really was. Her new captions show a totally different story behind such sweet pictures of her and her (now ex) boyfriend.
Ruth Clemens opened up the Facebook floodgates after posting a rant on H&M's page about her struggle to squeeze into a pair of jeans and medium top. Once Ruth posted her grievance, it seemed that the entire internet decided to join in and take advantage of the opportunity to complain about, well, anything. H&M did their best ease the tension with generic copy/pasted responses, but the onslaught of complaints was just too much.