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Aussie bloke quits his job at Woolworths with a two-worded resignation letter

Charisa Bossinakis

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Aussie bloke quits his job at Woolworths with a two-worded resignation letter

A Woolworths employee has quit his part-time job by handing in a resignation letter that read ‘Bye lol’.

Alas, An icon is born.

A TikTok user named @kennykendera posted a six-second clip of him handing in his letter of resignation to formally cut ties with the supermarket giant.

While some people would give a gushing account of why they've decided to move to greener pastures, it seems like Kenny is a man of few words.


In the video, the man is seen printing his letter and then he turns it over to show his brief and short message.

Many users were in stitches, as one person wrote: “HAHAHA I pulled out a foot of receipt roll and I wrote my resignation on that.”

Another said: “Lmao I gave them my letter when I was half a month into leave time and then called in sick to my last 2 shifts.”


A third shared: “I just got the job and i see this.”

While another commented: “THIS IS A SIGN!! Boxing Day pay isn’t worth it anymore.”

We definitely don't blame him for avoiding the retail madness ahead of the silly season.

Last year, a mum from York baked a hilarious cake to break the news to her boss that she was finally quitting, as per the Mirror.


Tasha King, who had worked in retail for eight years, decided to make a change after her side gig as a baker started to take off.

What better way to mark the end of an era than a giant cookie cake bearing the message ‘Sorry for your loss. It's me. I quit.’

But Tasha ended up eating it herself - with help from her family - because she was paid later than expected, so she didn't go in to collect her final wage slip.

Tasha said: "I'd meant to take the cookie in on 1st June, to pick up my last wage slip, but as my wages went in late that morning, I used it for a social media post and me and my family enjoyed it instead.”


Talk about having your cake and eating it too.

She added: "He never actually got it. It was always intended to be for a bit of a laugh - life's too short to be serious.

"I think if I gave it to him, he'd have a bit of a chuckle - but he'd be more interested in eating it."

Featured Image Credit: martin berry / Alamy Stock Photo. kenny.kendera/TikTok

Topics: News, Australia, TikTok

Charisa Bossinakis
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