Quitting is all the rage these days. But while most employees play by the rules when leaving a job in order to not burn any bridges, some brave souls choose a more satisfying exit strategy even if it means pouring gasoline on the bridge and lighting a match. These people can probably say goodbye to any possibility of a future reference from that particular employer, but at least they got to leave in a blaze of glory.
In a popular Reddit thread, someone asked: "What's the most satisfying way someone quit their job?"
1.) From truthisbest1:
I worked at a Taco Bell and was also working another job as a bar back. The bar back job was paying me enough that I didn’t need the Taco Bell job. It was just extra money. Anyway, I previously never asked for time off at TB. I told them at least a month in advance that I needed to be off for the Super Bowl. I then reminded them every week leading up. Anyway, they put me on the schedule anyway. I told them I could not work that day and that I would not be there. They wouldn’t budge and left me on the schedule.