Don't give the Tomb Of The Unknown Soldier the finger. It's bad for your career. (via)

Whether or not it's fair that many bosses these days force you to friend them on Facebook, we can all agree that once you know they can see all your stuff, getting fired for posting stupid stuff while at work is totally your fault. We're not saying you should get fired for posting swimsuit pictures (although unless you have really been working out, you should be) or using swear words while live-tweeting celebrity news — just that if you're swearing while live-tweeting the Royal Baby's arrival at work, you've probably got it coming.

 


What else was she supposed to do, sit in silence and meditate on her illness? (Via

 

Today's Boss's Day. Share a card explaining why you haven't had an office romance yet.

someecards.com - I'd sleep with my boss if his incompetence at work didn't make me question his competence in bed.

 


You don't post that on Facebook. Put it on 4chan where it'll be appreciated. (via)

 


Don't these customers know the last half-hour is staff chill out time?

 


"Don't bother coming in" seems to be a strong theme here.
 


Yet, the person in charge of the vague potato mountains at KFC continues to work there.
 


Who would've thought an 18-year-old professional cheerleader would act immaturely?
 


I don't WANT to say that someone has the perfect face for a failed Taco Bell employee, but...
 


Facebook, police forces, & medium-sized cities: three things that make you easier to find.
 

Sources: Failbook | Lamebook | smosh | TMZ