This is, without a doubt, one of the more vicious notes we’ve seen, and in our opinion, only the most intelligent people could have thought of this. It’s fairly well known that traffic cops, parking police, and meter maids are universally hated no matter where you live in the world. (We’d like to point out that these people are only doing their job, and we fully support that).
But nobody, and we mean nobody, likes getting a ticket. So, forcing the traffic warden to search for the correct parking ticket that gives you permission to park there is just evil. But also, it is genius.
Real Life Office Space
So in case anyone here did not get the message, the “that would be grrreaaat” at the end is from the classic movie "Office Space," repeatedly spoken by the unbearable boss Lumberg. We love that cult classic flicks, which are based around the workplace. So, it makes perfect sense to use that language in everyday notes, especially in an office setting.
This guy clearly cares very little about this job since he put exactly zero effort into spelling or grammar. Props for the reference, though; we hope his boss appreciated it. We just love how lackadaisical the message is for the boss. We would potentially expect something a bit more formal to throw in the professional towel.
Moving on to a Better Place
Dang, people are starting to get really creative with their quitting notices. It is pretty creative to go in the direction of a Hallmark "I’m sorry for your loss" card. As if this person would effectively draw the comparison between losing a loved one and handing in one's notice.
Clearly, Alex saw himself as a keystone member of the crew whose absence would be taken very hard. At least he was kind enough to give them a two-week notice. We love it when employees act ironically sad when they are, in reality, just so excited to run out of the door.
What Makes You So Special?
Okay, we have to ask the obvious question before delving into this one. Does the person who drew this always walk around with chalk in their bag, or did he specifically wait for the nearest Walmart to open their gates? Phew, I'm glad we got that off our chests.
We’ve all encountered people who seem to think they deserve everything ( and that parking spots await them). This type of person thinks they can park wherever they please, regardless of parking lines. Well, this person was ready with the chalk to call them out on just how douchey their behavior really is.
No Spoilers Please
There are few shows where each and every episode is truly epic and cannot be missed. "Game Of Thrones" happens to be one of them. Whether you were a fan or not, during the GOT heyday, you couldn’t walk around and not hear everything that happened in the previous episode.
If you were super into the show (and if you weren't, we find it very hard to believe) but happened to have missed the last episode, chances are, someone was gonna spoil it. This person really thought ahead and wanted to make sure no one spoils the show for them. We have to applaud the foresight.