This resignation letter in a video-game could be the greatest ever

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It seems it’s not enough to simply tell your boss I quit anymore if this game note is to be believed.

A developer for Electric Boogie apparently had such disdain for the person he worked for he decided to ridicule them in a rather creative way.

The technician ‘left a special message’ at the end of the Flappy Bird-like game when he quit.

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It didn’t pop-up until you had reached a certain level and was preceded by two animated characters, and a dog, engaging in sexual acts.

‘Working for you is a living hell,’ the message said.

‘You have your head so far up your ass, it’s no wonder why your breath always smells like s**t.

‘Consider this cartoon animation and this letter, my resignation from your pathetic company…

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