Would you quit your job like these 7 workers when you finally win the lottery?


Like the anonymous Greg who left Wendy’s (left), Kyle Messier (right) won an Idaho lottery game and immediately called his boss to quit his job as a burger-flipper at a fast food joint.

If you've suddenly won enough money that you don't have to work another day in your life, don't tell your boss every single thing you're unhappy about on the job and then walk out.

You’ll never know when you might need a recommendation from your past employer. But some of these winners didn’t care about that. Take a look at how they left their work without a backwards glance.


When someone drops a microphone, it means they have said all they need to. This is what Elizabeth Young implied when she gave her 2 week’s notice.

Yes, the big words say you quit, possibly looking forward to leaving. But the small print said otherwise: ‘PS I’m still coming to the Christmas party.’


Sometimes a quit notice looks a lot better when it is given as a card. This is sincere, truly.


Never give up! Never quit! Obviously something that Bella didn’t find useful when she gave her notice.


Imagine this written on lottery balls. We’ve never seen it done - maybe you could be the first! Don’t forget to send us your quit photo when you do.

SOURCE: NinjaJournalist

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