1. By Dancing on the Tables
What better way to tell your boss you’re moving on than by putting on the moves. See what we did there?
2. By Hiring a Marching Band to Help
It works for college football, so why not use them for telling your boss to shove it?
3. By Writing an Op-Ed for the New York Times
If you don’t want to dress up in costume or paint “I QUIT” on your body, try writing a scathing article in the New York Times. It’s effective.
4. By Making a Video Game
Jarrad Farbs took the super high road and created this game to let his friends know he was pursuing his dream of indie game development. Go Jarrad!
5. By Singing with a Coffee Shop Quartet
If you’re looking for a way to quit in style, do what this guy did and hire a barbershop quartet.
6. By Going Bananas
Quitting isn’t easy, so do it like you would rip off a Band-Aid… in a banana suit with a mariachi band.
7. By Writing It on a Cake
The most delicious way to resign.
8. By Making a Video with the Star Wars Scrolling Text and Showing a Little Skin
The video is possibly NSFW, but hilarious nonetheless.
9. By Fighting the Very Thing He Hated
Daniel Balsam was so fed up with the spam emails he was receiving at work that he quit his job and became one of the top attorneys responsible for suing the spammers themselves. Keep on fighting the good fight, Daniel!
10. By Quitting When It Hurts the Most
When your boss tells you that “cancer is not an excuse” for missing work, your only course of action is to organize the whole team to quit during the busiest time of year.