Salley shared a meme joking about her super quick appearance.
The meme was originally posted by the @Bitchelorette_ account and showed a screenshot of Winslow from the CatDog cartoon entering room and then immediately leaving.
"Salley on every bachelor show," read a tweet from the fan account.
When Salley -- who also quit Clayton Echard's The Bachelor season on the first day of filming, before even making a limo entrance -- shared the funny image on Instagram, she wrote, "Yup."
Salley also clapped back at criticism about her appearance on social media, denying another comment that suggested she has had multiple cosmetic procedures including a nose job. However, Salley wouldn't confirm or deny whether she's had her breasts done among other procedures.
Earlier this week, the spine surgery robot operator from Virginia who currently resides in South Carolina wrote on Instagram how she'd like to "sue abc" if she could.
Although Salley didn't arrive on the beach in Mexico until Tuesday night's episode on ABC, she was an ongoing topic of conversation for The Bachelor and The Bachelorette alums on the show since the first few days of filming.
And Bachelor in Paradise bartender Wells Adams told several bachelorettes a dramatic and exaggerated story about Salley's journey to Mexico -- which included Salley allegedly missing multiple flights, being totally hung up on her ex-fiance, and making a producer wait for her inside the trunk of a car for hour hours.
When Salley finally joined the cast, she was quickly bombarded by Genevieve Parisi and Shanae Ankney, who accused the blonde beauty of going on the show for the wrong reasons.
The girls thought Salley couldn't possibly be looking for true love on the show when she apparently still had feelings for her ex and supposedly missed flights due to emotional conversations with her former fiance.
Salley confirmed she had missed three flights to Paradise, but she insisted that was because of work and her ex is one of her co-workers. Genevieve and Shanae therefore called her "a liar."
Salley later clarified how she met her ex for a chat before getting on the plane to Mexico "out of respect" for him and their past relationship.
"I'm here for me. I'm here for my business... Everyone has sh-t they don't want to talk about, and this is exactly why I didn't get on three flights," Salley complained of the gossip.
Salley seemed furious and appeared to feel bullied, so she left Paradise, which also left Justin Glaze without a connection.
Salley isn't the only Bachelor in Paradise participant who is unhappy with the show and everything that went on behind the scenes.
Teddi Wright decided to quit the show without saying goodbye to anybody, and she took to Instagram last week to explain how she had left a "cruel" environment and wanted to stick to her boundaries.