After two days of straight drinking and partying, Mark McLelland knew there was absolutely no way he could make it to work. Mark works as a landscaper, and he could barley open his eyes — much less put on clothes and do some manual labor.
He claws his way over to his phone, and sends his boss a message on WhatsApp. In his drunkenly typed message, he claims to have the “runs”:
Mark assumed that he was messaging his boss early on a Monday morning when he had work.
Except he wasn’t.
Read the full exchange between the two:
First the boss chides him for trying to blame “the runs” for being hungover. And second, he savagely points out the real day: Sunday.
Mark doesn’t have work on Sunday.
Mark ironically posted the whole exchange on Twitter, where it quickly went viral.
When u wake up thinking it's Monday morning and text your gaffer wanting a day aff 😂 pic.twitter.com/Z3UAah2AY9
— Mark (@Mark_McLelland) February 5, 2017
“When you wake up thinking it’s Monday morning and text your gaffer wanting a day off.”
Hope Mark felt better by the time work *actually* rolled around!