A man has found a unique way to prevent his female coworkers from snooping on his phone. Instead of confronting them, he sets up insulting wallpapers. Find out how his experiment turned out and whether he is in the wrong.
Man Uses Insulting Wallpapers To Prevent Coworkers From Snooping On His Phone
Buckle up, this is going to be a wild ride 🤪
Stop snooping! Man uses clever wallpapers to protect his privacy 📱
When coworkers can't resist the temptation of snooping 🙄
Using insulting wallpapers to stop snooping coworkers. 😒
Man uses insult wallpapers to protect phone, coworkers get offended.
Worker defends use of insulting wallpapers on phone amidst controversy.
Navigating phone privacy in the workplace, did OP cross lines?
Man uses creative wallpapers to stop coworkers from snooping phone 😂
A man (M28) got creative when he noticed his female coworkers were constantly snooping through his phone whenever he wasn't around. After catching them three times, he decided to tackle the issue in a non-confrontational way by setting up insulting/offensive wallpapers that read "DON'T TOUCH MY PHONE A**HOLE/MUGGLE/WEIRDO" among others. The experiment apparently got to his coworkers who claimed he had offended them on a personal level. The office is now split on whether the man was justified or not. Some say he should've come to the ladies if he "really" had an issue, while others say ultimately no one gets to control what he uses as his wallpapers. However, the man is refusing to apologize. Read on for some interesting reactions to his unique solution.
Coworkers snooping on colleague's phone is a violation of privacy 👎
Insulting wallpaper used to deter phone snooping coworkers. NTA.
Coworkers snooping on OP's phone, commenters suggest password solutions 📱
Woman finds man's insulting phone wallpapers hilarious, defends his right to privacy.
Insulting wallpapers: a unique way to protect privacy. NTA
Asserting boundaries with a touch of humor 🤣
OP's coworkers snooping on unlocked phone, commenters skeptical of story.
NTA. OP should speak to HR about coworkers invading privacy.
Respect privacy, avoid snooping. Entitled coworkers need to learn boundaries 😒
Protect your privacy, lock your phone with a password 🔒
Privacy concerns at work, leaving phone unlocked invites snooping.
Coworkers criticized phone wallpaper, NTA for defending privacy 📱🚫
Coworkers snooping on phone, OP handles it poorly. Report it 📱❌
To password or not to password, that is the question 🤔
Protect your phone, protect your privacy 📱🔒
Assertive response to phone privacy invasion. 📵
Protective phone measures, but no need for insulting wallpapers.
Man defends use of insulting wallpapers to catch phone snoopers 📱
Preventing snooping with wallpapers: NTA's simple but effective solution 👍
Commenter doubts authenticity of phone privacy story 🤔
Confused commenter questions logic of insulting wallpaper for privacy
When coworkers can't keep their hands off your phone 🙄
Commenter suggests reporting privacy violations to HR for consequences.
Lock your phone and set boundaries 📱🚫
Respect boundaries and stay out of my phone! 📵
Respect personal space: Don't touch anyone's phone without permission 📵
Debating the plausibility of phone locking habits 🤔
Lock your phone, don't insult your coworkers 📱🔒
To lock or not to lock? The debate continues 🤔
Keep your phone silent and in your pocket or lock it 🔒
Short and sassy: A witty response to phone privacy woes.
Insulting wallpapers: effective privacy measure or unprofessional behavior? 🤔
Coworkers trying to snoop on your phone? This NTA has the perfect wallpaper.
Coworkers invade privacy, OP lacks communication skills. 🤐
Lock screen vs wallpaper: Which is more effective for privacy?
Secure your phone, but NTA for using insulting wallpapers.
Commenter questions why OP's phone is unlocked for coworkers.
Protecting personal privacy at work. 📵
Coworkers invading privacy? Report to HR. NTA 👍
Sarcastic Latin apology for phone snooping accusation? NTA wins!
Easy solution to snooping coworkers, but who's the real AH?
Security measures > Insulting wallpapers 😒
The age-old question: password vs. insults 🤔
Coworkers snooping on your phone? Set boundaries and stand firm.
No snooping allowed! 🤫 NTA wins this one 👍
Coworkers judged for snooping; commenter says NTA 🤔
Protective wallpapers: NTA's phone privacy measure sparks curiosity.
It's his phone, he can have whatever wallpaper he wants 😎
Report to HR before they report you. NTA 👍
Snooping coworker calls out offensive wallpaper, gets shut down. 👀
Setting boundaries and standing up for yourself, NTA 🚫👀