@Midnight asked the internet to #QuitYourJobIn5Words and they delivered in glorious fashion.
If the hashtag isn't obvious enough, users posted five-word phrases that would potentially cause them to lose their job.
A merry mix between Zoolander and Santa, Yorkdale Shopping Center in Toronto, Ontario has employed the most fashion-foward Santa any mall Santa could hope to be. See how this new Saint Nick is nailing Holiday cheer, with merry modeling poses, hot holiday fashion tips, and festive selfies with everyone (including Justin Bieber).
Before Star Wars: Episode VII, John Boyega needed a new set of trainers, so he posed for these stock images. It's always fun to see a familiar face in an unexpected place. You can even pretend that these cheesy student photos offer a glimpse at the origin of Finn, before he graduated and became a Stormtrooper.
Is it quitting time yet?
Here is something to get you through the day. Just make sure your boss isn't watching. Or make sure he is, so he sees how much of a badass you are. Throw caution to the winds, be loud and proud that you don't give a hoot about this job. Make a Broadway-esque dance number about being a lazy sack of sh*t, and become a viral media sensation from looking like a total buffoon. Or just sit behind your monitor and be a yes-man and allow the man to have all the power. What do you choose? Whatever that is, you will be able to relate to these various work memes all about how the work week rises and falls in terms of your ability to tolerate it.
John Lewis is famous for releasing a touching Christmas advertisement every year. Of course there's another John Lewis who ends up getting all the Tweets that people direct to the department store and he's just a guy living in America. Fortunately he has a great sense of humor about it.