Medium’s bizarre one-star gym review claiming to be ‘FALLEN by the dark energy radiating’ from a staffer goes viral – inspiring hilarious memes about ‘Monica at the front desk’
- Twitter user @yourboygus1 shared a screenshot on Sunday of the criticism Lily Worthington-Rowe wrote for a gym in Astoria, Queens, in 2017
- In the resurfaced complaint, Worthington-Rowe wrote that she has been a professional medium for over 15 years and is “highly sensitive” to all “energy forces”
- While she had nothing but praise for the facility’s instructors, she claimed she was “ATTACKED by the dark energy radiating from Monica at the front desk”
- People were blown away by the review, and many couldn’t help but joke about the mysterious Monica, who inspired a number of monstrous memes
A bizarre one-star review from a medium who felt personally “attacked by the dark energy” of a gym employee has gone viral, inspiring hilarious memes and tweets about “Monica at the front desk.”
On Sunday, Twitter user @yourboygus1 shared a screenshot of the criticism Lily Worthington-Rowe wrote in 2017 for a gym in Astoria, Queens, after the unique complaint surfaced online.
“I have been a professional medium for 15 and a half years and I am VERY sensitive to all the energy forces that surround us,” the woman wrote. “The instructors are great and the facility is clean, but when I walked into the studio I was ATTACKED by the dark energy that radiated from Monica at the front desk.”
Wild: Twitter user @yourboygus1 shared a screenshot on Sunday of the one-star review Lily Worthington-Rowe wrote for a gym in Astoria, Queens, in 2017
Going viral: people were blown away by the review and many couldn’t help but joke about the mysterious Monica
People were blown away by the one-star review, and many couldn’t help but joke about the mysterious Monica.
A number of monstrous memes have been created in her honor and references to the name “Monica” appearing in Lou Bega’s “Mambo No. 5′.
“Listen, sometimes a demon from a hell dimension is summoned by some goth teens and they don’t know how to send her back. And now she has to deal with rent and a job. Give Monica a break, she’s doing her best, she didn’t ask for this,” one person tweeted.
“I want this to be a sitcom,” another commented, while another added, “I’m mentally casting Aubrey Plaza as Monica.”
Twitter user @bedwyrssong posted a screenshot of a comment about Worthington-Rowe’s review from someone who apparently could tell, saying it’s “a new layer of bizarre.”
Strange World: The unique review inspired hilarious memes about ‘Monica at the front desk’ and her ‘dark energy’
“This is a horrible recording and shouldn’t be a review,” the person wrote. “But at the same time as a natural empath, yes, there are times when I’ve removed myself from settings (which is appropriate for leaving stupid comments) because someone is mentally or emotionally disconnected. It’s not their burden.’
Someone else boldly posted a snapshot of the ghost statute at Vezio’s castle in Lake Como, Italy, and wrote, “Monica’s profile picture.”
Another imagined the gym would respond to Worthington-Rowe’s complaint, saying, “But Lily… Monica died that same night five years ago!”
Then those who could relate to the front desk worker and her alleged “dark energy,” proudly tweeted, “I’m Monica.”
Hilarious: Some Twitter users imagined the gym’s managers making statements about Monica’s behavior in response to Worthington-Rowe’s review
Twitter users also had a field day coming up with possible explanations for the gym to release in response to Worthington-Rowe’s review.
“Monica has been warned about her dark energy before, so we will take action and suspend her until further notice,” one person said.
“As the new HR director, I am very happy to say that Monica has recovered and that all disciplinary action has been removed from her file,” another joked.
‘The fact that the former HR director died of spontaneous combustion played no part in this decision.’