Possibly the only company more corporate under the guise of being “a fun place to work” than Facebook is Twitter. But once inside, office workers are no longer fooled by the so-called “millennial atmosphere” (you know, the type of place where the water cooler is filled with whiskey as a means of distraction and placation). One such employee who presumably became attuned to this fact and decided to tender their resignation (or maybe they were fired, who knows?) as a customer support representative did something so great with their last day at work, it might never be topped by any other in subsequent histories of last days.
Typically, when one is enduring their final moments at a particular office job, they only fantasize about all the behavior they’ve always dreamed of engaging in while waiting impatiently for the clock to strike its last hour of wasted time. But no, this office worker actually set out to succumb to their greatest workplace temptation: deactivating Donald Trump’s Twitter account. So it was that for eleven minutes, the world was a safer, quieter place with no mouthpiece for the fatheaded führer to seethe through. And so it was that whoever this unsung hero is achieved something no other office worker has–not even Jerry Maguire: the ultimate in turning a meaningless job into something substantial. Something more worthwhile than they ever did while actually working for the company. May whoever this punk rock employee be serve as an inspiration for what we can do with our last day at the office.