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8 resignations which will make you want to up your resignation game

Fergie has said sayonara to United, but he’s not the first person to ever leave a job.

AS YOU’LL WELL know at this stage, Alex Ferguson has resigned after 27 years at the helm of one of the world’s most successful football clubs, Manchester United.

He’ll be manager until the end of  the season, and beyond that will remain involved with the club in a new capacity so it’s fair to say he’s leaving on good terms.  However, that is not always the case.

Sometimes resignations can be vicious reflections of years of resentment and anger.  Other times they are creative vessels of thanks for a fulfilling work experience.  When they fulfill either of those extremes they are vastly entertaining.

Here are eight such resignations, some of which include NSFW language.

The person whose talents had clearly gone unrecognised in their position

addfunny

The web designer who tailor made a version of Super Mario Brothers to say goodbye

In order to get the full message you have to complete each of the levels in the game, which you can play here.

This guy is clearly a genius.

Farbs.org

The employee in Singapore whose message was clear

tomorrow.sg

The graphic designer who had had enough when she resigned with a letter written in crayon

PositiveSharing.com

The guy who took a friendly and decidedly informal approach

mandarch

The employee who really had a way with fake e-mail addresses

funny-pictures.feedio.net

The girl who delivered her message with a smile

thechive

The person who delivered the ultimate error message

geekologie

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