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The recipient may be a [[Jerkass]] who [[LaserGuidedKarma thoroughly deserved it]]. The employer/supervisor may also be [[WellDoneSonGuy a parent or relative]] or [[WhatTheHellHero somebody who's SUPPOSED to be a good guy.]]

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The recipient may be a [[Jerkass]] {{Jerkass}} who [[LaserGuidedKarma thoroughly deserved it]]. The employer/supervisor may also be [[WellDoneSonGuy a parent or relative]] or [[WhatTheHellHero somebody who's SUPPOSED to be a good guy.]]


The recipient may be a JerkAss who [[LaserGuidedKarma thoroughly deserved it]]. The employer/supervisor may also be [[WellDoneSonGuy a parent or relative]] or [[WhatTheHellHero somebody who's SUPPOSED to be a good guy.]]

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The recipient may be a JerkAss [[Jerkass]] who [[LaserGuidedKarma thoroughly deserved it]]. The employer/supervisor may also be [[WellDoneSonGuy a parent or relative]] or [[WhatTheHellHero somebody who's SUPPOSED to be a good guy.]]


"You know what? [[TitleDrop TAKE THIS JOB AND]] [[AssShove SHOVE IT!"]]

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"You know what? [[TitleDrop TAKE THIS JOB AND]] [[AssShove AND SHOVE IT!"]]

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* ''Webcomic/BugMartini'' [[https://www.bugmartini.com/comic/take-this-job/ calls this]] the "Blaze of Glory" method.
-->'''Boss:''' Mooning me was sufficient. You didn't need to write "I quit" on your butt.


-->(''Inferno and Quickstrike shoot Waspinator'')

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-->(''Inferno and Quickstrike shoot Waspinator'')Waspinator for desertion'')


* In one ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'' strip, Wilbur from ''Literature/CharlottesWeb'' is running an ad agency ... until he sees Charlotte's written this message in her web.

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* In one ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'' strip, [[https://www.kevinandkell.com/2005/kk0320.html strip]], Wilbur from ''Literature/CharlottesWeb'' is running an ad agency ... until he sees Charlotte's written this message in her web.

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* In ''VideoGame/BendyAndTheInkMachine'''s [[ApocalypticLog audio recordings]], Wally Franks threatens this trope so frequently that his [[CatchPhrase catchphrase]] is "I'm outta here." He complains about frequently-bursting pipes, having to deal with the music director when he loses his keys, and low workplace morale, among other things.

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** Later, Roko [[https://questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=3836 has enough of being a police officer]].
-->Oh my god FUCK THIS

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* In the anime adaptation of ''Manga/{{Bokurano}}'', Shinichi Kodaka angrily tells his father that he's quitting when he learns that his father not only intends to develop land that was destroyed in [[HumongousMecha Zearth's]] previous battle, but intends to make it into a golf course so he can profit off of it.


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* This happens offscreen in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}''. After you change the heart of an abusive boss, Mishima, who gave you the request, will text you to inform you that the boss was fired, and while the student working part-time (who'd brought the issue to Mishima's attention) was offered money to stay quiet, he refused and quit his job.
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* In one ''Webcomic/KevinAndKell'' strip, Wilbur from ''Literature/CharlottesWeb'' is running an ad agency ... until he sees Charlotte's written this message in her web.


** Homer quit his job at the power plant this way in the episode "And Maggie Makes Three" when he finished paying off the mortgage on his house. Of course, as we all know, [[CrossingTheBurntBridge he had to return somehow]].

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** Homer quit his job at the power plant this way in the episode In "And Maggie Makes Three" when he finished paying off Three", Homer gets the mortgage on chance to work his house. Of course, as we all know, dream job at the bowling alley and so decides to quit the power plant by...putting a drink on Mr. Burns' desk without a coaster and dumping his trashcan (which contains a single wadded paper ball) on the floor. However, he thoroughly leaves PokeThePoodle territory by putting Burns in a headlock and playing his head like a bongo drum ("Oh, I should be resisting this, but I'm paralyzed with rage...and island rhythms!"). But since this is a FlashBack episode, [[CrossingTheBurntBridge he had to return somehow]].


* In an early episode ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'' quits her job at the plastics factory this way. The ''entire'' workforce follows suit and walks off the job behind her.

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* In an early episode ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'' quits her job at the plastics factory this way. The Her ''entire'' workforce section of the factory follows suit and walks off the job behind her.

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* Turns up on ''WesternAnimation/OhYeahCartoons'' in the ''Super Santa'' short "Naughty" when Elmer Scrooge's servants turn against him.
-->'''Servant''': Scrooge, you can take this job and-- (''fires laser at Elmer Scrooge'')
-->'''Elmer Scrooge''': Ingrates.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/BikerMiceFromMars'' episode "Test of Friendship" has a woman affected by Evil Eye Weevil's hostility ray scream "You can take this job and shove it" as she picks up her boss and throws him out the window.


Depending on the situation and the person who delivers the line or its equivalents, it can be a CrowningMomentOfAwesome, even more so if [[JerkAss the recipient]] [[LaserGuidedKarma thoroughly deserved it.]] Bonus points if the employer/supervisor is [[WellDoneSonGuy a parent or relative]] or [[WhatTheHellHero somebody who's SUPPOSED to be a good guy.]]

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Depending on the situation and the person who delivers the line or its equivalents, it can The recipient may be a CrowningMomentOfAwesome, even more so if [[JerkAss the recipient]] JerkAss who [[LaserGuidedKarma thoroughly deserved it.]] Bonus points if the it]]. The employer/supervisor is may also be [[WellDoneSonGuy a parent or relative]] or [[WhatTheHellHero somebody who's SUPPOSED to be a good guy.]]

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