- A woman's funny resignation letter had people falling off their chairs as they reacted to the unconventional method
- Most users commented on the lighthearted approach to something considered generally a serious undertaking with her boss not expected to be impressed
- Users of the social media platform shared in her laughs with many others tweeting their own hilarious resignation letters
A recent social media post depicting a woman's resignation letter written out on a gift card has other users, including South African social media users, in a complete frenzy.
The user, Morphine, whose Twitter handle is @ayelaliza, did one on her unsuspecting boss with the unconventional message. But asides from the picture showing the message, Morphine's thread included another funny message to her colleagues. She wrote:
"The rest of my crew has either [quit] or they put in their two weeks and I was the last one. So, cheers to f**king over Rite Aid on not having anyone to work."
Other Twitter users soon joined in the comedy and shared their own thoughts and experiences following the tweet.
Major laughs over funny resignations
In a caption to her own photo @anivaniram wrote:
"This one was mine lmao."
While @@Hai_Haeme in her comment said:
"We clearly have the same energy."
This, of course, prompted more hilarious responses.
"No, look at this picture my friend Paula took of me, I look kinda sick."
In a nod to Morphine, @XXJessica_Marie stated:
"Lmfao we really gotta thank whoever started this."
Hilarious response to woman's snaps online
Briefly News reported previously on how @Iam_mayorkush took to Twitter to poke fun at a woman who had posted a pic, asking if anyone would like a "Handy Many" girl like her.
What made the post odd was that she was holding a tire iron while she worked on the open hood of a car. He had hit back with him using a shovel to "fix" a car, he captioned his post:
"Handy Mandy. Hey you a guy like me."
He added a clown face emoji to his caption, letting people know that he was poking fun at the woman. The post got over 17 000 likes with almost 7 000 people were tweeting about it.
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