When it comes to resigning from a job, some people think a simple two weeks’ notice will do. Maybe they’d include a brief explanation of why they are moving on, a thank you to the employer for the opportunity, and even an apology for leaving. Others, however, like to go out with more flair. These people want to make it very clear to their employers why they are quitting and do so in very creative and abrasive ways. Others just want to make one last joke on their way out. Some keep it short and sweet while others leave it all out on the table. Here are some of the most savage and creative ways people have quit their jobs. Wait until you read about the JetBlue flight attendant that set the bar for how to quit a job.
Letting The Whole World Know
This is one of those cases when the employee was so disgruntled with their boss that they had to let the whole world know. Anybody that saw this sign probably took the hint that they shouldn’t apply there. Upon seeing this sign, we’re sure the employer experienced some serious shame taking those letters down by themselves. What’s so brutal about this is that the employee still took the time to spell out this message when he simply could have said “I quit” and walked out. But no, they wanted to send a message. Literally.
The Presidential Way
Richard Nixon certainly knew how to resign. Not just from any job, but from the Presidency of the United States. He kept it short and sweet with a letter, his signature, oh, and with a “sincerely” thrown in there to soften it up. In 14 words, he managed to resign from the presidency of one of the most powerful countries in the world. This has to be the simplest ways of quitting one of the biggest jobs out there. A resignation letter can say a lot about a president’s time in office, so it appears that Nixon wanted to make it clear and concise… as if having to step down wasn’t humiliating enough.
Scribbled On A Receipt
This particular employee simply felt that he had too much “velocity” of the manhood variety to stay put in this position. If an employer can’t accept that as a reason for someone quitting, we don’t blame this person for leaving. Although we can understand this as a logical reason for someone to leave their job, the fact that it’s written on the back of a Hoyts receipt seems a bit careless. But hey — at least they apologized. This man’s gotta spread his wings and fly! We hope that he harnessed that pent-up inner velocity and reached his full potential!
A Bittersweet Ending
Although it is considered to be rude to leave a job without putting in a proper two weeks’ notice, at least this person had the decency of leaving behind something that everyone could enjoy. Cake! We’re wondering what the deal with the apple is. Was this person a teacher and there’s a classroom somewhere full of kids with no teacher to be found? From the looks of it, this person did not make the cake themselves, so whoever made it for them must have gotten a laugh out of it as well knowing what the purpose of it was.
Twitter Employee Quits, Disables Trump’s Account
It’s no secret that the majority of Donald Trump’s power lies not in his role of President of the United States, but his Twitter account. In July of 2017 Trump said, “My use of Twitter is not presidential. It’s MODERN DAY PRESIDENTIAL.” As of November 2017, he has 41.8 million followers on the social media site, which he tweets to nearly every waking hour. He knows the power his account holds and has even threatened Megyn Kelly with it, telling her, “I almost unleashed my beautiful Twitter account against you.”
On November 2, 2017 a customer support employee at Twitter was at their last day on the job, and decided to make the extremely bold move of disabling the president’s personal account. For 11 minutes, the @realDonaldTrump was not found. Although the employee wasn’t named, Twitter released a statement saying, “We are continuing to investigate and are taking steps to prevent this from happening again.”
Going Out In Style
On August 9, 2010, JetBlue flight attendant Steven Slater decided that enough was enough. Instead of filing two weeks’ notice, or even making a phone call, he decided that he wanted to make his exit from the company a historical event. So, on that day, after landing at JFK airport, Slater got on the loudspeaker and went on a curse-word filled rant and quit his job. He then went to the fridge, grabbed some beers, and exited the plane by deploying the evacuation slide and sliding down to freedom. It would have been an honor and a privilege to have been on that flight. Keep reading to see how someone used Super Mario to quit!
Not only did the manager of this Dickey’s store have to do deal with losing one disgruntled employee, they lost their entire staff. Also, not only did they all quit, but they took the time to leave a big heart-filled sign about why they left and the store that they were all moving to. Hopefully, this manager didn’t have a rough morning already, because walking up to work and seeing this is sure to put a damper on anyone’s day. It looks like the Lewis Center Store is getting a whole new crop of employees that are eager to work and put the other store out of business. It must have been hard for the manager to tell corporate that they lost all of their employees overnight.
Have A Swell Day
We have a lot of questions regarding this resignation note. One employee was attacked by another employee that was drunk at work? What kind of establishment was this boss running over there? We don’t blame the employee for so leaving on such short notice — it sounds like a hostile work environment. Also, if the boss wouldn’t fire the drunk employee because they don’t want to work the morning shift themselves, it makes you wonder how they became the boss in the first place. What makes this note so funny is that it sounds like nobody is there to run the store because this person wrote the note, hung it up, and left.
Better Lawyer Up
Wow. We hope that you took the time to read this whole thing because it’s definitely worth it. That whole message is just plain brutal. From the looks of it, this person’s ex-coworkers better start calling their lawyers or something because it sounds like they’re all about to get into some serious trouble. It appears that this person was waiting for a long time to finally unleash this on the rest of the office, secretively making observations and waiting for the opportune moment to strike. The last little note at the bottom was essentially this person giving the bird to the entire office in the most sarcastic way possible. This sure is one creative and bold way to quit your job!
Just Gimme Some Kind Of Sign
There’s something about people making their resignation known by putting it publicly on the establishment’s sign that never gets old. It makes you wonder if they stayed late to do it so their boss would see it in the morning, or halfway through changing the sign decided it was time to quit. Either way, nothing says I hate my job than putting “This place blows” in big block letters above the store. Something really must have pushed this person to the edge to do something like this, but it’s funny to us and we hope you think so too.
A Rickroll Resignation
You would think that if someone took the time to write a spin-off of Rick Astley’s hit “Never Gonna Give You Up” to their boss that they would take pride in it and at least type it up and print it out. Nope, not this person. It looks like they were on their way out of the door when this clever idea popped into their head. So instead, they scribbled it down onto a ripped restaurant receipt and called it a day. What’s even funnier than the changed lyrics was the note on the bottom that clarifies what the meaning behind the note is, in case their boss didn’t understand what it meant.
This computer programmer made use of his talents and came up with an insanely creative way to quit his job. Instead of writing up a typical resignation email, he went ahead and created his own version of the Super Mario video game with a twist. Every time Mario came into contact with a mushroom, a giant “I QUIT” message would appear on the screen. He then sent it out to the entire office. We’re sure that everyone in the office got a kick out of this one. Wonder if the employer was mad about this or was impressed?
Some people say that their best thinking is done in the bathroom. Whether it’s in the shower, or, well, you know… the bathroom is the place where many ideas are born. Apparently, the same goes for Luke, and while taking a bathroom break during a workday he had an epiphany. Much like Isaac Newton getting hit in the head with an apple and discovering gravity, it occurred to Luke that he was not satisfied with his work and that it was time to move on. So, what did he do? He wrote his resignation on a slip of toilet paper and was brutally honest with himself and his boss. We appreciate your honestly Luke.
Here we have another computer programmer who utilized their craft to inform their boss that they have a serious problem. However, this one isn’t nearly as clever or as fun as the Super Mario game. Nobody ever likes seeing an error message on their screen so this is just low. It doesn’t even say that they are quitting, but instead, gives the option to re-negotiate their contract. This is a brave move since it would be a very surprising thing for any boss to do after an employee pulled a stunt like this. Clearly, this designer thinks they are too valuable of an asset to lose. Props on the creativity though.
It’s Not You, It’s Me
After reading this, it seems clear that this isn’t Michael Taylor’s first rodeo when it comes to break-ups. He covered all of the major points, from just needing some time off to maybe still being friends. It was clear, well-written, and was by far one of the most respectful notifications of resignation that we’ve seen yet. We’re pretty sure that there’s a slip that you can just fill out and give to the manager but we guess this works too. If Michael’s lucky, maybe they’ll hang it on the wall in the office to remember all the good times they had together.
Don’t Mess With Adam
Clearly, Adam did not enjoy his time working at Taco Bell. Maybe it was because he was always on bathroom duty, or he couldn’t eat one more gordita crunch without losing his sanity. Whatever the issue was, Adam sure went out with a bang. We’ve seen signs like this before, but Adam really took it to the next level by dropping a very public and noticeable “F-bomb” on the big light-up sign outside of the store. Most people passing by might find this to be humorous, while others will be annoyed having to explain to their children what the F word means.
Unlike Adam, Alex took the task of quitting his job in a much different direction. He let his employer down nice and easy by presenting them with a card letting them know that he was sorry for their loss, and by their loss, he meant himself. We’re not sure what kind of relationship Alex had with his employer, but either way, this is a funny way to put in a two weeks’ notice whether it’s meant to be ironic or not. You couldn’t help but appreciate this kind type of resignation when it’s compared to some of the other ways that are coming up.
When In Doubt Tweet It Out
Jonathan Schwartz is the former CEO of Sun Microsystems, a multi-billion dollar company. However, Schwartz decided to leave his position at Sun and did so in an incredibly public and poetic fashion. Not only did he announce his resignation publicly to the world on Twitter, but he did so in the form of a Haiku. This is an incredibly beautiful and underrated style of poetry. Following the strict Haiku format, he managed to state his resignation as well as provide a reason why he was leaving. This is one of the most thoughtful and impactful ways we’ve seen someone quit their job yet.
Taking A Stand
This picture was taken outside of a Chipotle, so it looks like anybody who wanted to stop by for a burrito was in for a surprise. We’ve seen examples of employees leaving their bosses together, but this is an entire store leaving the corporation. Something really must have been wrong if the entire store, including management, was willing to quit their jobs all at once. “Borderline sweatshop conditions” makes you wonder what’s going on in the store behind the scenes when customers aren’t watching. It sounds awful so we’re glad everyone got out while they could. And they leave us with some simple, yet impactful food for thought, “People > Profits.” If only the whole world thought like that…
Here we have yet another group of co-workers that took a stand against a common enemy. Somebody who says cancer isn’t an excuse should probably re-evaluate their life choices and check to make sure that they have a beating heart because that’s just uncalled for. We find the use of multiple colors on this sign to be a very effective way to let their boss know exactly what they have done wrong and even provide suggestions on how he or she should fix their issues. So this sign isn’t just all criticism, but it also gives some much-needed and meaningful advice. We salute you, Niki, Jess, and TJ.
The News Anchor Who Quit On Live Television
Talk about going out with a bang. Charlo Greene made headlines when she quit her job as a news anchor for KTVA while she was on the air. While covering a story on the Alaska Cannabis Club, a medical marijuana organization, Greene revealed that she was actually the owner of the club. Greene went on to say, “Now everything you heard is why I, the actual owner of the Alaska Cannabis Club, will be dedicating all of my energy toward fighting for freedom and fairness which begins with legalizing marijuana here in Alaska.”
In epic fashion, she concluded with, “And as for this job, well, not that I have a choice but, f**k it, I quit.”
How To Quit Your Job Via YouTube
On September 13, 2013, Marina Shifrin posted a funny video of herself dancing around her empty office. At the end of the video, she tells her boss, “I quit. I’m gone.” The video went viral, quickly earning upwards of 19 million views. But while Shifrin quit her job in a hilariously epic way, she went on to regret it. In March 2015, she penned an essay to her LinkedIn profile after receiving a ton of emails from viewers who wanted to quit their job in an epic way too. Her response? “Don’t do it. Don’t quit in an epic way,” she wrote. “Work at your job as long possible, save up as much money as possible, and apply to as many jobs as possible. Then, when you find a better gig, write a really nice resignation letter and give the appropriate amount of notice.”
Liz Wahl Quits On Air
Talk about standing up for what you believe in! Liz Wahl, an American journalist, was a correspondent for the Russian government-sponsored RT television network for three years. Despite her hard work covering stories, she didn’t gain notoriety until she left the network following a harsh on-air resignation. On March 5, 2014, Wahl went off script during her live segment and resigned saying she could not be part of a network funded by the Russian government that whitewashes the actions of Putin. Millions praised her for her brave act and she even appeared on a handful of shows like The View, CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC.
A Musical Exit
Like lots of people, Joey DeFrancesco had dreams of quitting his job in an epic way. The 23-year-old had been working a job he didn’t care for the Renaissance Hotel in Providence, Rhode Island for more than three years until one day enough was enough. Rather than simply turn in a letter of resignation like a normal person, Joey showed up with a 19-piece brass band to help him quit in an unforgettable way.
At the start of his now-viral video, Joey says, ““I’ve worked in this hotel … for three and a half years. I’m going to go and quit right now with the help of my bandmates.” He walks over to his boss, hands him his resignation letter just in time for the band to kick in as they all march out.
The Sweetest Resignation
Not all epic resignations are mean-spirited and Chris Holmes is the perfect example. Holmes had worked a job he wasn’t happy at for years in order to pay the bills. But his real joy came from his side business, which was making cakes. After the birth of his son in 2013, he realized what his priorities in life really were: spending time doing something that makes him happy, and others happy too.
Holmes baked a cake and wrote his letter of resignation in icing. Not only were his words professional but his former colleague got to enjoy a delicious cake too. Win-win?
That’s One Way To Do It
Sometimes the best way to quit your job is to take a lighthearted approach. When this guy resigned from his place of employment, he decided the best route was not to type up a professional letter and including all of the sappy details about how he was grateful for the opportunities and blah, blah, blah. No, no, no—instead, he drew this (pretty awesome) drawing of a cartoon dinosaur with the words, “This is a drawing of a dinosaur. It is also my 2 weeks notice.” You know, this drawing is pretty good. If anything, it looks like he may have a career in art ahead of him.
Welcomes To Moe’s!
Welcome to Moe’s! Just kidding! I quit!!!! That was basically how this former Moe’s managers last day of work went. Nobody said working in the food industry was easy. In fact, it’s probably one of the most stressful industries to be in—especially if you’re in a management position. The manager of this Moe’s was so fed up with the job that he decided to quit in the most epic way. During his final shift, he had gotten his fellow coworkers to choreograph a dance routine. When the time came, he jumped on the counter, ripping off his Moe’s uniform to reveal a white t-shirt with the words “I QUIT” across it. To top it all off, the group did a little jig for all of the diners to enjoy.
The Most Expensive Resignation
In March of 2012, Greg Smith decided he was through working for Goldman Sachs. So what did he do? He quit. In a very, very expensive way. Smith told his bosses he would be resigning, but he shared the news with the rest f the world too in a New York Times Op-Ed. In the piece, Smith revealed his complete and utter disgust with Goldman Sachs for creating an environment that put profit over people, including their own customers. Goldman Sachs CEO and COO, Lloyd Blankfein and Gary Cohn respectively, responded by sending an internal memo which was eventually made public—although it did little to change the public’s view of the company after the damage had already been done.
A New Spin On The Resignation Letter
Karen X Cheng took a new spin on the resignation letter when she resigned from her job as a program manager on Excel at Microsoft. After decided to take a new job as a designer for a startup, she wanted to leave in a creative way. Cheng, who is also a singer, recorded her farewell dedicated to her old team. Sung to the tune of “American Pie,” the clever video starts with her singing, “Long, long, lines of code…” Luckily, the video was very sweet and sincere and including no bombshells, just an honest and heartfelt goodbye.
The Proof Is In The Cereal
We all have least favorite aspects of our job and it’s clear to see what this grocery store employee hated most. Facing items in the grocery store is a love it or hate it thing. Perfectionists don’t mind ensuring all of the products are evenly lined up in pristine fashion, but for others, it can be super monotonous and anxiety-inducing, especially when a customer comes and messes up your hard work. So when this grocery store employee quit, he wanted to get the last laugh. Look closely and you’ll see all of the cereal is perfectly lined up…too bad it’s upside down. We feel bad for the guy that had to undo this work of art.
I’m Leaving To Become A Pirate
At first glance, this resignation email looks pretty standard, but it takes a quick turn when the employee announces the reason he is quitting is so he can fulfill his dream of becoming a high seas pirate. He goes on to say, “It has always been a dream of mine to live the life of a swashbuckling corsair, beholden to none and master of all I survey. Once my crew of unabashed rogues is assembled, we shall take to the capacious expanse of the high seas to pursue fortune, fame, and hair-raising adventure.”
He concludes with, “Please note that I am currently accepting applications for First Officer if you are at all interested in applying. I will provide a full medical and dental plan, which will offer immediate coverage of all maladies other than scurvy and the occasional bout of rickets.”
A Cheesy Resignation
Ah, Cheeze Whiz. Who knew the disgusting cheese-like product would come in handy in a way like this? When a former Seattle grocery clerk was fed up with his job, he decided to quit in a cheesy way. According to his now-former coworkers, the man showed up to the grocery store drunk to announce his resignation. But rather than type his resignation and hand-deliver it to his boss, he took another route. He grabbed a can of Cheeze Whiz from the store and proceeded to write in big, cheesy letter, “I QUIT!” on a storefront window.
Sure, it may be professional to quit your job the old-fashioned way, but that’s a little boring. Why quit your job by calmly typing up a proper letter when you can create a wonderful graphic of you riding in a rainbow-shooting vacuum? We know, we know. When we put it like that it probably makes you instantly regret all of the times you left your job with any sense of decency. We have got to give it up to Tome “T-Bone” Amellino for his optimistic take on his resignation. The addition of “Smell Ya Later!” make it 100 times better.
The Lake County fielders Strike Out
Things weren’t going well for the Lake County Fielder. Not only was the team not doing well on the field, but off the field, things weren’t so good either. Several players and even one of the managers quit within the same week after complaining they weren’t being paid enough. Since they were forced to make sue with such a slim roster, Lake County decided to play pitchers in the field and allow position players to pitch. This was already embarrassing enough for the team, but then, the Fielders’ radio announcer Qumar Zama blasted the entire team and its ownership for five minutes straight on the year. He closed his speech with his resignation. Ouch!
I Took All Of Their Nuggets
Working in the fast food industry is tough, so it’s not surprising to hear about employees quitting. But this Burger King employee took his resignation to the next level when he took more than just his paycheck home after his last shift. Twitter user @zealot tweeted this photo of three large bags of frozen chicken nuggets safely buckled in the front seat of his car. He captioned this photo, “TODAY WAS MY LAST DAY WORKING AT BURGER KING SO I TOOK ALL OF THEIR NUGGETS, F*** IT.” Twitter users dubbed him the real King of Burger King although the tweet has since been deleted. We hope he got to keep those tasty nuggets!
The Naked Goodbye
Not all resignations have to be bitter! Whether you want to believe it or not, some people actually enjoy their jobs but move on to new opportunities. When software developed Joy Mukarji left his job at Emakina in 2009, he recorded a video of himself nude dancing to James Brown’s “Talkin’ Loud and Sayin’ Nothing.” While the hilarious (and thankfully censored) video was meant to show his appreciation of his coworkers, we don’t recommend doing it nude. Please praise your coworkers, but for the love of god, put some pants on.
“I Quit This B****!”
You would think that being a popular radio DJ would be one of the best jobs in the world. You get to meet talented artists and you get tons of free perks, right? Maybe not if you are Inetta Moodsetta. The longtime Mobile, Alabama personality decided to quit her job on-air one day, but not before airing the some of the show’s dirty laundry. The audio clip begins with music but is cut short when Inetta says she has an important announcement. She goes into a lengthy rant about the toxic work environment, particularly the backstabbing and two-faced behavior of her colleagues. She concluded her segment with the poignant, “I quit this b****!”
We think it’s safe to say that wearing a banana costume is hilarious 100 percent of the time. So with that in mind, it makes sense to wear one if you’re faced with a stressful situation, right? Ok, so maybe not. But that’s what one insurance employee did when he resigned from his job. The man was unhappy with his job for lots of reasons, but one, in particular, was the uptight dress code. So when he quit, he decided to commit one of the biggest dress code violations by donning a banana suit. To make his exit even better, he hired a mariachi band, because that’s totally normal, right?
10,000 Points For Gryffindor!
You don’t have to be a Harry Potter fan to admit this resignation letter is amazing. When one man was fed up working at a call center, he used his favorite book series for inspiration when writing his final notice. Of course, he starts by addressing management by saying, “Dear Corporate Muggles.” He follows with hilarious referenced, including our favorite line, “Although Lord Voldemort has been slain, there are still many Deatheaters carrying on his legacy and threatening the well-being of all kind, wizards, and muggles alike.”
This cake looks like it was prepared just in time for the holiday Christmas party. During their gift exchange, this employee most likely presented their boss with this cake and then walked out of the office, like a boss. We all know that personalized cakes cost a pretty penny, so it’s clear that this employee really wanted to make a statement. As we’ve seen before, one great way to quit your job is by softening the blow with something sweet that the whole office can share! Hopefully, they grabbed a slice on their way out.
The Breadstick Incident
A man named Alexander from New York quit his job by making a scene at a pizza restaurant. As he was cleaning the breadstick trays, he was put down by his superiors and was not receiving support or recognition for his efforts. So what did he do? He flipped over a tray of breadsticks on the crowded line in the store during a rush hour on Friday. He then continued to take off his gloves, throw them on the floor, and proceeded to give everyone the bird with both hands and went home. Seems a bit extreme, but maybe Alexander had just had enough.
Always Pay Your Debts
Your first job should be a funny memory to look back on and a good learning experience. Not for this girl. She was 19 and had started her first job as a waitress. She wasn’t trained properly, and the customers even had to help her get the hang of the job. On her first paycheck, she was only paid half of what she owed because her bosses “had other bills to pay”. Upon her second paycheck, they gave her some more money but seemed angry by paying her for her job. So, she went to the cash register and took the money she was owed and left. You go, girl!
This is a truly savage way for this man to quit his job. Was it fair though? You decide for yourself. Greg from Austin, Texas stated that his boss and wife had gotten very intimate with his at the company’s Christmas party. After discovering what had happened, Greg then went and seduced his bosses daughter. He filmed the entire thing and then emailed it to his boss. If that isn’t some serious act of revenge, we don’t know what is. This is a serious question of morals on both sides, but we are in no position to get into that right now.
Sweet And Kind
Will the cake resignations ever get old? Probably not. However, this cake is a little different than some of the previous ones that we’ve seen. This cake is almost an apology of sorts. At least they had the decency of giving their two weeks. Not only did they do that, but they gave their employer and most likely employees the gift of a delicious cake. We’ll forgive the lime green background as long as that’s not the favor of the cake. This is probably that employers best two-week notice that they’ve ever received.
Gone To Fight For The Realm
Clearly, this store associate from Electronic Boutique Canada had a higher calling than selling electronics. The realm of the Outland needs assistance in the fight against the threat of the Burning Legion. There’s no time for electronic sales when such a threat is at hand. We hope that their employer was more than understanding by his employee’s answer to the call of duty in the name of the realm. But at the end of the day, it looks like it was the bosses fault for not letting them go to Toronto, so no two weeks notice was given.
A Superbowl To Remeber
In the 2014 Superbowl, 36-year-old Gwen Dean quit her job publicly while appearing on a GoDaddy commercial. In the commercial, Dean sat next to actor John Turturro and announced that she was quitting her engineering job to start her own puppet-making and performing company. She had worked as an operator for a large refrigeration company for 18 years and that she had no resentment for her job or her boss. Although this was a lighthearted joke which her boss did not take to heart, quitting your job during a Superbowl commercial is definitely one way to let the American public know.
This is just an all-around impressive move. Not only did Kristen and her friends all quit at once, but their boss watched them as they peeled off in a limo together. Their boss must have been a real piece of work to deserve that kind of public shaming. This is a story that Kristen and her group of friends will hopefully tell their grandchildren about whenever they need advice about how to stand up against someone. By the way, the job they left must have paid pretty well if they were able to rent a limo just to prove a point. But there’s no judgment here.
Some People Just Want To Watch The World Burn
In 2007, just before the final installment of the timeless book series Harry Potter was going to be released, the unthinkable happened. Bookstores already had possession of the novels in preparation for the midnight release. There were strict rules that the boxes were to remain unopened until the last moment possible. However, some disgruntled Borders employees had a plan of their own. Instead of just putting in their two weeks, they also recorded a video of them reading spoilers from the book and then posted it online. Not cool man, not cool.
Don’t Call This Man Inconsistent!
If getting this kind of letter of resignation doesn’t make you feel like the worst boss in the world, then something is wrong with you. I mean, the guy covered for your girlfriend for you, you’re in debt to him. Calling in sick once in four years? You deserve a medal for that, not get fired for it. In our opinion, this person handled the situation appropriately by just pointing out their inconsistencies and making them feel bad for firing them. We’re sure that this person took their helpfulness and impeccable health onto bigger and better things.
Putting The Last Nail In The Coffin
This person may not technically be quitting, but in a sense he is. There’s no coming back from this one, it’s totally over. We don’t understand why they had to take out their anger on innocent drivers, but this is definitely one way to make it very clear that you are not happy with your job. Personally, we think seeing something like this would be funnier to see other than being an inconvenience because it’s certainly something that you don’t see every day. But the question remains, how did they get ahold of the controls after they were fired?
Takes The Cake
This has to be one of the funniest cakes that we’ve seen yet. Nothing beats having something printed with you on it. Whether it’s a t-shirt, flag, or cake, it really proves a point. Not only did this man get a cake printed of himself, but he made sure to give the camera the middle finger, and he even added a little speech bubble that says, “Later B****” to let his employers know that he’s leaving his job. Sure, it’s a cake that gets the point across, but he could have at least stood behind a background rather than a sliding glass door. Rookie move.
This common coffee shop worker decided to quit his job as a barista with a bit of a fanfare. And nothing says fanfare more than a doo-wop barbershop quintet. On camera, he announced his resignation through song., and was even shown on Steve Harvey’s television show. However, he did not do it out of spite or because he was disgruntled. The lyrics describe how he liked the job and the people but that it was his time to move on. The people enjoying their coffee there that day got a free show and some coffee.
Who Knew Picasso Was A Gardener?
Funk you? Yea, we’ll just assume that’ what this says. This lovely message was left by a disgruntled gardener that figured the best way to show their anger was to paint it onto their driveway. Whoever hired this gardener really must have done something awful to deserve something this bad. They better have some concrete cleaner and some wire brushes on hand, because water isn’t going to cut it, or else this bad boy is going to be there for a while and only get harder and harder to get off.
Can I Have Your Attention Please?
Meet “Alexis from electronics” at your friendly neighborhood Walmart. Something must have really sent her over the edge this day because she walked straight up to the loudspeaker and quit her job. But it wasn’t that easy. She ranted about how her job was the worst and how she hated everyone that worked there with numerous F-bombs dropped throughout. It looks like she even had somebody film the entire thing, so maybe it was planned after all. All we know is that Alexis from electronics does not work at Walmart anymore.
This guy was definitely ready to quit his job that day because he brought a can of beer with him to prove a point. In the video, it looks to be about lunch when this man gives a speech, going down the line pointing at his various co-workers saying “F-you, f-you-, you’re cool, I’m out”. He then proceeded to throw his bag down, whip out a can of beer and chug it until it’s gone. His co-workers didn’t know if it was a joke or not until he clarifies at the very end and leaves, belching loudly on his way out.
You Can’t Fire Me! I Quit!
During a performance review, this employee was not receiving the report she was hoping for. Her boss told her that her sales were low and that some of the new hires were performing better than her. So when the boss leaves to handle an outside call she takes action and destroys her bosses office. What’s she doing in this image? Tha’s her jumping up and down on his laptop and thankfully for us, it was all caught on camera. If she was going to get fired it looks like she bet them to the punch and quit first.
Pay Your Employees
As it turns out, somebody’s boss wasn’t properly paying or respecting their employees. Want to know whose car that is underneath the wheel of that ridiculously large piece of heavy machinery? The bosses. It looks like one of the employees finally took a stand in the most drastic ways possible. Sure, that will teach anybody a lesson, but I don’t think you get off scot-free just because you felt wronged. Now you have less money than when you started. This person definitely let their problems known though, there’s no question about that.
Parking Level: Expert
Here we have another situation where somebody was not properly compensated for their work. In this case, it was a personal driver that was skimped by their employer on their month’s wages. So, he used his technical skills and some serious time to park his employer’s car into this especially problematic situation. By now, I think that we’ve all learned that it’s better to just pay your employees what they’re due or there’s no telling how far they are willing to go to show that you wronged them. This guy is going to need to hire a new driver just to get his car out of here.
Bartending Tricks Gone Wrong
The lesson that we learned here: Bartenders will use their tricks against you if you get on their bad side. Sure, we’ve all seen how to make the glasses stand like this with the water still inside, but it’s essentially impossible to undo this trick. This bartender sent a very clear message to his boss using a trick that has most likely earned him some extra tips in the past. His best bet is to just pull them all at once and clean it up all at the same time rather than try and figure out the secret to it because there isn’t one.
The Nice Guy
There is no doubt that this person’s boss got the hint that his employee quit. But in our humble opinion, wouldn’t it have been more effective to not clean the grill at all and write “I’m out” in big letters over the whole thing? Maybe the employee isn’t that ruthless and thought it would be funny to just leave a little something behind to commemorate his last day of employment. It’s still pretty funny, just a little bit on the petty side of things. Congratulations on cleaning your last grill though!