A Company Fires An Employee For Posting A Meme, Gets Trolled By Internet!

Memes are part of daily life, it makes you smile and the "sharing option" helps you to spread the laughing stock! But now, an employee gets fired for sharing a meme. What? Okay, I mean why? And also don't miss out new boss's name! Read the full story to discover that...

Memes first

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The guy named Cody Hildalgo shared a meme on his Facebook page. If you read it, it says “Boss makes a dollar, I make a dime. That’s why I poop, on company time” If you closely look over this meme, it’s hardly controversial. But his boss doesn’t think that.

Boss: You’re fired.

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The boss writes “We don’t make a dollar when your sh*ting all the time. Why don’t you stay at home and do your sh*tting. I don’t like to play your bullsh*t games. Maybe there’s a company out there that would put up with your games be[cause] I won’t. Good luck” *Conclusion: This is called overreaction* What did Cody reply?

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Cody: What?

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I mean he was not even sharing the meme during his working hours. It’s kind of unfair. The employer said you included the work on Sunday by sharing a work-related me. While Cody said, “Why are you doing this for a meme?”

The employer also shares a meme!

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“I don’t always fire employees on their day off, but when I do, it’s for meme posting”. Lol, the Internet users didn’t find it funny! And his timeline gets filled with hatred messages that damage his company reputation! What did the user say and how did it affect the company’s reputation?

Internet says:

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“Elmo has no place to poop now,” I loved this. The post got viral on the Internet and the boss started receiving emails about jobs for pooping. He asked him to take the post down and he thought it was childish. Cody would have taken the post down but the employer’s one sentence changed his mind!

What did he say?

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If you look over the texts, you would clearly say how pathetic guy he is! Well, the Internet destroyed his company’s reputation in broken pieces. Let’s look over the google reviews!

Google: Don’t work over here.

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Oops, it’s just more than one rating. Well, if someone says it’s fake, just looking over the reviews. Currently, it’s 329 reviews! Finally, the Internet called Andy as the Karen of the Internet!