One day, people are going to learn that posting something publicly on Facebook means that . . . gasp . . . people can see it.
27-year-old Kaitlyn Walls is a single mom from Dallas, Texas. Earlier this month, she got a job working at a daycare.
But the morning before she started, she posted on Facebook, quote, "I start my new job today, but I absolutely hate working at daycare." Her new bosses saw it . . . and FIRED her before she could even start.
Then a mob of angry mothers on Facebook found out what she'd written and started attacking her, so she tried to clarify, quote, "Lol, it's all good, I just really hate being around a lot of kids."
That's really not an improvement . . . it might actually be worse.
Kaitlyn says she realizes that she shouldn't have vented about her job before she started . . . and if she DOES have issues in the future, she's not going to put them on Facebook. Quote, "I'm not going to post anything . . . no matter how I feel."