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Thread created on Sun Oct 06, 2013 11:06:48
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Personally i've not done the creative angle, the simple here is my "so many weeks" notice has served me well.

Though I do like the style that this woman shows!



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Posted on Sun Oct 06, 2013 12:21:06
I usually just pin a note to his/her bloody chest.

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Posted on Sun Oct 06, 2013 12:31:27
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I usually just pin a note to his/her bloody chest.


Remind me never to employ you

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Posted on Sun Oct 06, 2013 13:04:37
The video is blocked on copyright grounds where I live.

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Posted on Sun Oct 06, 2013 13:31:03
If turning up drunk in last night's clothes and one shoe counts, then that. Only if being fired counts as quitting though.

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Posted on Sun Oct 06, 2013 19:28:13
I left my company car in the foyer or one of my previous employers, with the engine running, and walked away.

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Posted on Sun Oct 06, 2013 21:53:16
you never know when you might need something/someone again so i try not to close any doors ... although i did take one of my previous employers to court (and won) ... but nothing really creative

i liked this guy's "2 in 1" style ... he quits but also advertises his new business

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Posted on Sun Oct 06, 2013 23:38:26
I once picked up a minifridge in my Old boss's office & threw it at him. It missed & hit his computer. I walked out & went straight to the bar. later that night when i was taking a piss behind a dumpster & cop came up on me. Once he had my information, it was brought to my attention that i was being detained for destruction of property.

Charges were dropped the next day & the cost of the computer was taken out of my last check.


I was roofing for a guy about 10 yrs. ago. At the end of the week when i went to cash my check. It was brought to my attention that there was insufficient funds in his acct. I called him to ask wtf man. To make a long story short, he blew his entire payroll on crack rock cocaine.

After picking up a bottle of vodka & stewing on it for a few hrs. I eventually went to his house, took a piss all over the drivers seat of his work truck, then picked up his full trash can & busted his windshield out with it. Was real nasty, banana peels , coffee grinds & all sorts of other nasty shit everywhere. I even left a note on his front door telling him who did it.

No cops got called, But a couple months later i did get jumped by him & a couple of his friends. Then of course i returned the favor when i seen him out by himself 6 months after that.

I have other stories But these are the 2 that stick in my mind the most. F.Y.I. If your in the construction trade, do a lil bit of research on people before you commit to working for them. I've ran across some real low life shit bags that could care less if you can pay your bills or not.& have no problem what so ever screwing their help out of their hard earned money.

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Posted on Mon Oct 07, 2013 00:16:02
^ Remind me to never f**k you over! Great stories, btw!

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Posted on Mon Oct 07, 2013 03:45:22
Thats was when i was younger & a hell of a lot angrier. lol. I prolly wouldn't react that way today. But when your livelyhood is on the line, No one can say what they'd do for certain.

You do me rite, I'll do you rite. The motto i live by.

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Posted on Mon Oct 07, 2013 04:07:22
The things that I've thought of doing > The things I've actually done

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I'd like to tell myself I don't want to burn bridges, but tbh I'm too much of a pussy to do that stuff.

As intensely satisfying as it would be...

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Posted on Sat Oct 12, 2013 23:16:09
I once had a paper round for a local free newspaper. They f**ked me over, so I f**ked them over. 280 papers strewn across their building, in the pissing rain. Result, paper mush everywhere, and I was down 13 a week.

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Posted on Sun Oct 13, 2013 01:58:48
Gave my 2 weeks notice. I'm a pussy.

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Posted on Sun Oct 13, 2013 02:17:38
I once changed all my work screensaveers to a portrait of Saint Jude before firing myself (my new manager refused to allow me to quit, after denying me a promotion/transfer because he needed me around to "show him the ropes"). As he was unable to fil out the paperwork, not knowing what was required or even how, I had to do it myself.


Two weeks earlier while introducing himself to me on his first day, his initial words were:

"I'm the kind of guy that likes to ride the rooster. Do you understand? I'm a go getter, a people person. I like to ride the rooster. Do you understand?"

No shit: direct quote.


Anyhow, I waited until the only other supervisor was out of the country on a second honeymoon as she always had her vacations cancelled by senior management to cover for the rotating cast of managers (she hadnt had a vacation go uninterupted in 7 years). Once she was safely far away, I fired myself. The new manager was on his own for at least two weeks, doing 80 hour weeks. He held my final check until I did an "Exit Interview," during which he just told me what a c**t I was.


Good times.

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Posted on Sun Oct 13, 2013 13:03:47
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I once changed all my work screensaveers to a portrait of Saint Jude before firing myself (my new manager refused to allow me to quit, after denying me a promotion/transfer because he needed me around to "show him the ropes"). As he was unable to fil out the paperwork, not knowing what was required or even how, I had to do it myself.


Two weeks earlier while introducing himself to me on his first day, his initial words were:

"I'm the kind of guy that likes to ride the rooster. Do you understand? I'm a go getter, a people person. I like to ride the rooster. Do you understand?"

No shit: direct quote.


Anyhow, I waited until the only other supervisor was out of the country on a second honeymoon as she always had her vacations cancelled by senior management to cover for the rotating cast of managers (she hadnt had a vacation go uninterupted in 7 years). Once she was safely far away, I fired myself. The new manager was on his own for at least two weeks, doing 80 hour weeks. He held my final check until I did an "Exit Interview," during which he just told me what a c**t I was.


Good times.


I have to wonder what was your reason in firing yourself? As in the reason you listed on the paperwork?

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Posted on Sun Oct 13, 2013 14:49:45
I once worked for a guy cheating his employees out of their overtime pay. I ended up stealing his biggest client, taking myself and 2 other employees, starting my own business and reporting him to the Labor board. I still fantasize of punching him in the throat, but hitting him in his wallet will have to do

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Posted on Sun Oct 13, 2013 14:57:45
My best one was when the company wanted to interview me and someone who was completely shit for a new role as they wanted to merge ours.

I went through the interview. At the end of it, i thanked them for the interview. Told them I felt neither were suitable to manage me, that interviewing me and the other guy was an insult to my skill set and handed them my resignation.



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Posted on Sun Oct 13, 2013 15:19:07
By BuckWyld [1009930]
I once picked up a minifridge in my Old boss's office & threw it at him. It missed & hit his computer. I walked out & went straight to the bar. later that night when i was taking a piss behind a dumpster & cop came up on me. Once he had my information, it was brought to my attention that i was being detained for destruction of property.

Charges were dropped the next day & the cost of the computer was taken out of my last check.


I was roofing for a guy about 10 yrs. ago. At the end of the week when i went to cash my check. It was brought to my attention that there was insufficient funds in his acct. I called him to ask wtf man. To make a long story short, he blew his entire payroll on crack rock cocaine.

After picking up a bottle of vodka & stewing on it for a few hrs. I eventually went to his house, took a piss all over the drivers seat of his work truck, then picked up his full trash can & busted his windshield out with it. Was real nasty, banana peels , coffee grinds & all sorts of other nasty shit everywhere. I even left a note on his front door telling him who did it.

No cops got called, But a couple months later i did get jumped by him & a couple of his friends. Then of course i returned the favor when i seen him out by himself 6 months after that.

I have other stories But these are the 2 that stick in my mind the most. F.Y.I. If your in the construction trade, do a lil bit of research on people before you commit to working for them. I've ran across some real low life shit bags that could care less if you can pay your bills or not.& have no problem what so ever screwing their help out of their hard earned money.


You are onto something there


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