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In light of recent events, Ashley Madison should probably consider changing their tagline from “Life is Short. We Can’t Protect Your Dead Ass.” Thanks to the Impact Team, we’re having a national surge in blown up spots, divorce rumors, and Lorena Bobbitt-style revenge fantasies.Meanwhile, the hacking collective is sitting back (hopefully with an Olivia Pope-sized glass of Pinot Grigio) and enjoying the fruits of their labors.
Ashley Madison, for those of you who are happily married or just totally resigned, is the world’s most popular dating site for adulterers—millions of whom have just been outed to their husbands and wives.After asking her if she was “on ig” (grandpa’s got game!Read and fellow editor Tommy Craggs proceeded to resign over the pulled post.While an aspiring adulterer has to work his way up the corporate ladder in order to earn a Gawker outing, anyone can still get called out the old-fashioned way: by a wife, mistress, or bitter ex, on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram.
While no one will ever slide into our DM’s (or our hearts) as memorably as dickish former politician Anthony Weiner, a few brave celebs are giving social media disgrace a try.On Monday night, 44-year-old comedian Mike Epps hit up a young woman on Twitter.