The Best “Quit a Job in 1 Day” Stories

This is quite possibly the funniest “quit a job in 1 day” story I’ve ever seen on YouTube. There will be more shares in the future, and they’ll be random.

Oh let me say right now that this is a random story posted by someone I don’t know, and he had share buttons. His words are not my words, and his experiences aren’t mine. I have no comment on whether I know or understand what he’s talking about, lol, and I have no disdain for any particular company. I pick the videos by the entertainment factor, not the company name.

I found the speaker to be a very interesting and comical character and a sincere storyteller. Many people laughed at his candid delivery.

There are two classes of people in the world who won’t stick around and play footsies if they aren’t happy with their job for some reason (low pay, lack of passion, drama/trauma, bad mgmt., no perks, demanding job, boring job, etc.): young folks and middle-aged folks. These people will quit a job in 1 day, and it’s not just one race that will do it. Caucasians will quit a job in 1 day too, without hesitation or discrimination.

The young people know they have plenty of time left to experiment, explore other things, or crawl up the corporate ladder. The middle-aged workers know they don’t have much time left, so they waste zero time on unfavorable experiences. They simply can’t afford to. However, they’re a little more likely to resign properly.

qut a job in 1 day no time to waste

It’s not about being rude or unappreciative or anything. It’s about being completely honest about one’s happiness. The young man in the video knew that particular job wasn’t for him, so he gracefully resigned rather than waste anyone’s time.

The Best Times of My Life (Automotive Disassembly Memories)

Here’s a memory from when I had purchased a project car to tinker with for some fun automotive disassembly. An old pre-high-school acquaintance told me the moment I brought it home (told him about it via chat) that it was most likely irreparable.

“Don’t bother. Buy a Mini Coop.”

It had blown up REAL GOOD. But honestly, I didn’t even care. I mostly wanted to have the experience of digging for gold (the heads) all over again.

I love me some automotive disassembly, lol.

This vehicle was a challenge because it was a dual-overhead-cam model, and I had never even touched anything like that before. All my other vehicles were overhead valve models, which made the work much easier, but still time-consuming. Furthermore, this Ford was set up where I was supposed to remove the timing cover, which required me to jack the vehicle up and get under. I didn’t want to do that, so I did it a roundabout way.

I got as far as removing the heads and all, but the other internal damages were too extensive. The seasoned mechanic had told me what to expect, but hell, I already had it in front of me by then. How could I not dig the head outs? Plus, I was going to school at the time, and I needed to have a car there for certain assignments.

I had fun with it, but a time came when I needed some help (bottom-end stuff). Not only could I not get help, but I also noticed that a few people spoke negativity over the project and tried to Debbie-Downer my joy. SMH.

Well, certain parts were way too damaged to repair, so that project didn’t end the same way previous projects ended. But man, I loved getting into the automotive disassembly.

Weeeeee! I found the treasures!

Stuff like this really makes me happy, and you know, I thought about letting go of practicing it, but I don’t think I can. Life is too short, and I’ll never be happy not doing it. It’s not yet too late for me to get back to it, so I need to do so before it is too late.