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'Tillerson-ed' Is The Newest Dating Term That You Might Be Guilty Of Doing To Someone

'Tillerson-ed' Is The Newest Dating Term That You Might Be Guilty Of Doing To Someone
Updated 2 months ago

Up until the early hours of Tuesday morning, former ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson was planning long-term in his post as Secretary of State.

But a single tweet from the President put an expiration date on Tillerson's tenure:

Tillerson and Trump have long had a contentious relationship. In October Tillerson reportedly called Trump a "moron." And this tweet apparently blindsided Tillerson, who had no prior knowledge that he was going to be fired. But the internet is a blessed place and on Tuesday morning Karen Attiah, an opinions editor for the Washington Post, coined a new term.

When one gives bad news via a third party, rather than to someone's face...

The term quickly went viral and people started sharing there own experiences with being #Tillersoned.

There were ill-fated romances:

There were also awkward professional situations:

I got #Tillersoned once in my life. I was eighteen and dating this guy. He was the first one I had ever really dated. One day, I signed onto Facebook to find that he was in a relationship... with someone else.

We're sorry Rex. We feel your pain.


H/T: Twitter