There was a point in time during my younger days, back when I was filled with equal parts optimism and naiveté, when I simply assumed any story online was true.
However, as I matured and learned a bit about deception myself, I reached a point where I assumed everything I read on the Internet was made up.
If Wikipedia can lie to me, why should I trust the word of a nameless person?
I found these pictures today from sources claiming the messages were from an exchange between a woman and her boss. The woman reportedly intended to send her message to her boyfriend, but her boss received it instead.
That's a pretty nice narrative, and I don't have any proof it isn't true, so let's just roll with that.
I'm not sure I should even have to give you a reason to never add your boss on Snapchat...
...but this is a pretty good one.
Citations: 'What you're missing this weekend': Woman accidentally sends her BOSS a naked Snapchat… and the response will make you cringe (Florida Newstime), 'What you're missing this weekend': The naked Snapchat picture a woman REALLY didn't mean to send to her BOSS (Daily Mail)