Advantages of jogging in the evening (w: Zalew Zemborzycki)

Advantages of jogging in the evening (w: Zalew Zemborzycki)

working retail

noknuckles:

me: hi how are you today?
customer: JUST LOOKING.

intensional:

when someone asks to see your phone

image

cumberbitchen221b:

scampthecorgi:

We have no idea what he’s doing…

drinking water but in a punk rock way

cumberbitchen221b:

scampthecorgi:

We have no idea what he’s doing…

drinking water but in a punk rock way

jpgay:

the only people who call me cute live 7000 miles away

Real back to school essentials

highly-functioningfangirl:

• Headphones
• 3 interesting facts about yourself
• a slightly exaggerated story about what you did this summer

sun-thief-rai:

gloryandus:

medesha:

So DiGiorno Pizza tweeted “#WhyIStayed You had pizza.” today. The problem being #WhyIStayed is a hashtag for people to share why they stayed with their domestic abuser.This is hardly the first time a company has committed a huge social media blunder (remember American Apparel’s “clouds” on the Fourth of July?), but I have to say, DiGiornio is handling it better than any other company I’ve seen. They took the tweet down and have spent all day replying to angry tweets individually.
Even if they had multiple people working on the account to reply (which I’m sure they did), that’s a lot of tweeting. And the message was always variations on the same: we’re sorry, this mistake was preventable, and we screwed up.
That’s powerful. Every company should have a plan in place for if/when they commit an error of this magnitude. And, of course, check WHY a tag is trending before you use it.

It seems like the tweet was only up for about 5 minutes, but they didn’t just delete it and pretend it hadn’t happened, they took responsibility. This is how you apologize.

Good job, DiGiorno Pizza.

sun-thief-rai:

gloryandus:

medesha:

So DiGiorno Pizza tweeted “#WhyIStayed You had pizza.” today. The problem being #WhyIStayed is a hashtag for people to share why they stayed with their domestic abuser.

This is hardly the first time a company has committed a huge social media blunder (remember American Apparel’s “clouds” on the Fourth of July?), but I have to say, DiGiornio is handling it better than any other company I’ve seen. They took the tweet down and have spent all day replying to angry tweets individually.

Even if they had multiple people working on the account to reply (which I’m sure they did), that’s a lot of tweeting. And the message was always variations on the same: we’re sorry, this mistake was preventable, and we screwed up.

That’s powerful. Every company should have a plan in place for if/when they commit an error of this magnitude. And, of course, check WHY a tag is trending before you use it.

It seems like the tweet was only up for about 5 minutes, but they didn’t just delete it and pretend it hadn’t happened, they took responsibility. This is how you apologize.

Good job, DiGiorno Pizza.

scoregasm:

crystal-shines:

What a delightful sleeping bag

If someone broke into your tent trying to murder you you could just scare them off as a bear.

scoregasm:

crystal-shines:

What a delightful sleeping bag

If someone broke into your tent trying to murder you you could just scare them off as a bear.

then-it-fell-apart:

i hope one day you are at peace with yourself. i hope you can take a shower without crying and you can close your eyes without thinking about your funeral. i hope one day you start singing in the shower again and are happy for no reason. i hope you get better, because you really deserve to. 

heavenhillgirl:

Trainspotting (1996), dir. Danny Boyle