She's gone: Woman quits via interpretive dance

Mike Krumboltz
The Sideshow

Problem: You hate your job. It's not that the work itself is particularly awful. But the boss — oh, sheesh — the boss doesn't get it.

Solution: You could give two weeks' notice and promise to stay in touch. OR. Or you could do what this woman did — create a video in which you dance around the empty office to Kanye West's "Gone" (warning: adult language) while subtitles explain your decision to leave the world of the gainfully employed. Then, let the Web take care of the rest.

The video, which has been featured on a variety of outlets including Gawker and Huffington Post, was created by Marina Shifrin, a self-described writer, comedian and waitress. As Shifrin shows off her impressive moves (really, she's a pretty good dancer), we learn that she works (er, worked) for an "awesome company" that produces videos for the Web.

But her boss, who remains nameless, seemingly put an emphasis on quantity over quality. "For almost two years I've sacrificed my relationships, time and energy for this job," she explains via subtitles. "And my boss only cares about quantity and how many views each video gets. So I figured I'd make ONE video of my own."

Bridges burned, point made.