People on LinkedIn are famously insufferable. Wannabe career influencers and dubious entrepreneurs love posting cringe to the site, and while we scoff at it, sometimes it’s hard to look away. The tired soliloquies that glorify the grind, the heinous harping about how if you just hustle now you’ll enjoy life later. There’s no better place to watch a person publicly lick the system’s proverbial boot.
While the pro-work nonsense does get tedious, every now and then there’s a LinkedIn post that adds a little spice to reality. Those posts are usually cringey, but this week we came across one that’s cringey and criminal. A combination that is absolutely ticking people on Twitter.