For 32 million+ people, today is a complete and utter shit show. The hacking group Impact Team followed through with a threat it made last month to blow the lid off of the adult affair dating site Ashley Madison for “profit[ing] on the pain of others.” The site’s records have been fully disclosed, leaving member account information including names, financial data, fetish preferences, and all, out in the public. Naturally, Twitter users are offering their two cents because what else does anybody have to do besides creep me out on a Wednesday?
You have your group of Bill Gates prodigies, who want to cash in and flourish rn.
Is there any way I can become a divorce lawyer and cash in on this whole #ashleymadisonhack ?
— C.M. (@QuidThePQliar) August 19, 2015
With this #ashleymadisonhack I think it's a good time to get into the marriage counseling business!
— Malanon (@DaylightGamer) August 19, 2015
I'm offering my legal services! Here is my slogan "Your marriage is a mess, call Jess!" #ashleymadisonhack
— Jesse Huber (@HuberComedian) August 19, 2015
I wanna become a divorce lawyer now #ashleymadisonhack
— кατ (@karinghosh) August 19, 2015
Those shameless users, out there without a full-time job, enjoying this like:
— Laker Mike (@LakerMike248) August 19, 2015
#ashleymadisonhack is the best news ive ever heard this month! Kudos to the hackers haha
— Jakey Jake (@ifU_seekJakey) August 19, 2015
Maybe we're looking at the #ashleymadisonhack the wrong way. Now that the data is out, perhaps those poor victims just need a piña colada.
— Nadine Simpson (@nadine42) August 19, 2015
And those who want to shed their enlightening wisdom upon us all.
Life is short, but a whole load of marriages out there just got shorter. #ashleymadisonhack
— Keith McLachlan (@keithmclachlan) August 19, 2015
the #ashleymadisonhack shows you privacy is a thing of the past, hackers dont like your politics boom crazies get your detes, divorce pah
— Allcingbonz21 (@allcing21bnz) August 19, 2015
Live any way you want, but spouses deserve to choose their path too! #ashleymadisonhack — A good hack!!
— Kristie McKiernan (@_iKonoclast) August 19, 2015
I learned this lesson a long time ago. Never trust a person with two first names… #ashleymadisonhack
— Keith Scope (@KeithScope) August 19, 2015
Thank you for making the world a better place, Twitter.