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A boss can sometimes be like a nappy - always on your a**e and usually full of s**t.
Well, that was certainly the case for a woman on Reddit who was so fed up from being 'treated like s**t' by her boss, she quit... and in the best possible way.
In fact, she handed in her resignation in the form of a 'sorry for your loss' bereavement card.
Inside it, the electrician wrote: "It's me, I leave in two weeks."
As reported by The Sun, the woman shared an image of the card on Reddit and was clearly fuming with the way her boss treated her.
She wrote: "You ever worked for a company that just treated you like s**t?
"I received a job offer today for a dollar more than I asked for, my own van, and they'll sponsor me for school.
"I can't wait to give this to my boss tomorrow."
Amber said: "It wasn't like this when I first started. It's just gone downhill like this over the past few years."
She then revealed her bosses reaction to receiving the card.
She added: "He read it aloud, gave a stank face, and just said 'ok'.
"He didn't tell me to leave so that means he wants me to work out my two weeks. He also didn't ask why I'm leaving."
One said: "Congratulations on your new job! And this is the best resignation letter I've ever seen."
Another said: "This is some real quitting porn.
"I'm happy that I get to witness another sparky live out the dream of giving a sassy resignation to a deserving boss."
Of course, leaving a job for a much better position isn't an uncommon thing.
However, it's always handy to actually have another job lined up, before you quit your full-time work.
Austin Wallace, 22, from Ohio decided that the best way to go about that was to cut all ties and head on down to Cleveland - where the fight was being held - and scam his way backstage to simply ask the older Paul brother for work.
Long story short, Paul dramatically declined Austin's offer to work for him, although Paul did offer some advice.
"If you really are serious about it, you should move to LA and just like you approached me, start making connections with every single person in LA.
"I'm serious, that's it. I've always said, if you can talk to someone, you can make it in LA."
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