Cheaters beware. It's hard to get away with anything in the modern day of social media.
Just remember that, when you get caught, all your dirty laundry is going to be hung out for everyone to see.
Failbook. Where all the dumb things everyone thought they deleted are posted by their friends for others to laugh at and enjoy their inexplicable lack of a thought process. Remember - think before you post.
In May of 2012, Tumblr user LeonsBuddyDave made a fake Twitter account with the name "United Airlanes" (as opposed to United AirLINES). He posted a few gag tweets and then left the account alone. Recently, he decided to check up on the account just for kicks and saw that quite a few people had tweeted at the parody account believing it was the real thing.
We can't even imagine the thought process that led to the creation of this insanity.
You would think that at SOME point during the construction of this essay he'd stop and ask himself one of the following questions: "Is this a good idea?" "Should I be posting this to social media for EVERYONE I KNOW to see?"
What makes this even more INSANE is the fact that after his post was ignored he proceeded to tag ALL of his female friends in comments below.
This is a truly legendary social media freakout.
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.
We are starting to believe that someone is getting paid to manage the bizarre twitter account of the mysterious Tila Tequila. Her most recent Twitter rant might have finally confirmed our suspicion. Now, the flat earth truther is claiming that she is the reincarnation of Hitler. And even though it was 4/20 and she states that she's completely "sober", we aren't buying it. Seriously, who makes this stuff up?
A sexy looking Facebook scammer tried to seduce him but Reddit user sebastiankirk (real name Frank Flemming Jensen) was not having it. Instead, Frank decided to respond from the other side with lyrics from Adele's hit song "Hello". Sandra seemed completely oblivious up until the point where she LOST HER DAMN MIND and started making death threats. Yikes.... some scammers can't take a joke (h/t dailymail)
What do you do if your bank declines your custom debit card request on the grounds that you need a celebrities permission? Take to social media of course!
These days anyone is just a few key presses away and, if your target is as wholesome as Terry Crews, it might just work out in your favor.
All evidence we've seen points to the fact that Terry Crews is the kinda guy you'd want to grab a beer with and this is no exception.