A Texas teen named Cella wasn't looking forward to starting her fuck ass new job taking orders and making subs at Jet's Pizza over the weekend, because she'd heard it was a terrible place to work. Ew. Fortunately, she didn't have to: her boss found out she had complained about the job on Twitter, and fired her before her first day even started.

Although Cella didn't mention the pizza place by name, franchise owner Robert Waple said he found her tweet when one of his workers—one of Cella's future coworkers—sent it to him. If she hadn't been snitched on, her new job would have entailed "working register, taking phone orders, making subs/salads. Eating free pizza," Waple tweeted. "How hard would that have been?"

But according to other teens who've held fuck ass jobs at the same pizza place, the boss is a "fat prick," the pizza sucks, and the job is only acceptable when you're stoned, so Cella's not really sweating it:

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Meanwhile, Waple is getting into it on Twitter with high schoolers who used to work for him, which is a productive use of time for everyone involved:

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Some have questioned whether Cella's firing was a hoax, because the boss's Twitter account barely has any tweets or followers. It looks like it's actually legit, though: Bob Waple is listed on LinkedIn as the owner of Jet's Pizza, and every Mansfield, Texas teen on Twitter seems to know who he is—a gangster pizza king to some, and [seven thumbs down emojis] to others.

[h/t BuzzFeed]