Men Hire Women to Slap Him If Found Go to Facebook. (Maneesh Sethi) Hitekno.com – Maneesh Sethi, CEO of wearable device company Pavlok once hired a woman to slap him. This woman will slap her if caught opening social media Facebook. This Indian-American man revealed the story through his personal blog in 2012. Through the blog address hackthesystem.com, he told how to recruit the woman and what she meant to slap. He conducted an experiment by hiring women to slap him if he found out he opened Facebook in 2012. Starting from offering this position through the Craigslist site to find slapping services. Maneesh Sethi said that at that time he wanted to be more productive by not being tempted to open Facebook and Reddit. Because he can spend about 6 hours a day on social media. “I hired a girl on Craigslist to slap me in the face every time I use Facebook,” he explains on his blog. This man offers to pay 8 dollars an hour to slap him every time he gets distracted from work. And as a result, Maneesh Sethi admitted that his productivity increased to 98 percent at that time. He also published this story through his YouTube channel Hack the System with Maneesh Sethi with a video entitled “Slapped by Craiglister”. The video he uploaded on January 19, 2012 ago. Although the experiment of hiring a woman to slap her if she was caught opening Facebook took place in 2012, the story went viral again recently. Namely after a netizen shared a link containing the story of Maneesh Sethi on Twitter. Even more excited, the post on Twitter received a response from Elon Musk. The Tesla and SpaceX boss gave a response in the form of a fire emoji on November 11, 2021 yesterday. Since then, the story of a man hiring a woman to slap if he is caught opening Facebook has again attracted the attention of netizens. Not a few have visited Maneesh Sethi’s videos and blogs he has written since 2012. Men Hire Women to Slap Him If Found Go to Facebook. (Twitter) This man also responded to Elon Musk’s tweet through his official Twitter account. “Did Elon Musk give me the two highest emojis I’ve ever achieved?” he asked in the comments section, wondering if the emoji was meant to signify the moment “‘Icarus flew too close to the sun’.” he wrote on Twitter account @maneesh. With just two fire emoji tweets, Elon Musk has successfully brought back the story of Maneesh Sethi hiring a woman to slap her if she was caught opening Facebook in 2012. .