"Everyone should always have a plan for what to do in case they get fired or laid off tomorrow," one social media user commented.
The delivery driver berated the customer for the $5 tip before swearing and walking away from the house, and DoorDash told Newsweek that this was unacceptable.
If she could go back and do things again, though, Marchie said there is one thing she would do differently: "I would hide more."
The sportswear brand is the latest to face outrage—this time for letting two employees go for intervening in a broad-daylight shoplifting.
Among adults, virtue signaling seems very common here.
"I spent most of my life being part of the problem," Carlson said last month on a podcast.
"They are Absolutely trying to dupe her here," one user wrote. "If she gives them a letter of resignation, her unemployment claim will be denied."
"It isn't over sharing to discuss losing a loved pet or family member," wrote one Reddit user, while another said: "This person dodged a bullet."
"You can't keep on paying for a service that's not being provided," agreed one commenter on the viral Mumsnet post.
"This reeks of mom intentionally sabotaging op in order to force her to get a job mom thinks it's suitable for 'a girl'," one user said.
The joke originated last month when two pranksters pretended to have been fired from Twitter and gave their names as Ligma and Johnson.
Twitter employees are speaking out after learning they have likely been fired.
On his first day, Musk fired CEO Parag Agrawal, head of legal, policy and trust Vijaya Gadde and Chief Financial Officer Ned Segal.
There's solidarity and confusion among Twitter employees as Musk's first move after taking over the company is firing its top execs.
The employee said she was "at a loss" after the meeting with her boss, which sent her scrambling to find another job.
"Apparently, the time needed to train me while working around my disability was inefficient," the Redditor said.
"What's the point of having a maternity leave policy if you just replace and fire the person taking maternity leave?" one user commented.
"In 30 years I thought I'd seen just about everything," said Fairfield County Sheriff Alex Lape. "I saw that video and I said you've got to be kidding."
Teacher Robert Reiber said in the video, "Go back to your—where are you from? Mexico or Guatemala, where?"
"I don't understand why he told him to sit in the back of the bus," said the students' mom. "The primary [students] normally sit right behind the bus driver."
"I hope that parents learn that advocating for their children is so important," Piper Gartner Phillips told Newsweek.
"Hooters rules feel an awful lot like misogyny," one user commented.
"I thought I definitely have a wig lying around, and I poured myself a glass of wine and just tried to make myself laugh," Isaac Moran told Newsweek.
Family members of the victims have expressed relief at the decision while Arredondo's lawyer said he should be praised for saving lives.
"I received a call and was told not to come to work the next day," the man said. "I also asked for an official termination letter but they ignored that."
Reddit users advised the woman to report her former boss to the Department of Labor and contact an employment attorney asap.
"I was just sad because I genuinely enjoyed working there! And confused," said 18-year-old Zevida Germain to Newsweek.
"Surely it will come as no surprise that I have been a union supporter and involved in organizing," said the employee on Saturday.