It’s my party and I abruptly quit my job if I want to

Two weeks ago I turned 30.

Also, I quit my job. Not on the exact same day and not without having a plan B (FYI: I’m now working for – YAY!), but it did nevertheless feel sudden and unsettling.

Over time the company changed names, faces, direction and pretty much everything you can think of, but I worked there for almost four years (way longer than my longest relationship!) and leaving was bittersweet.

What happened is that I got interviewed, was given the new job, resigned and BAM – two weeks later I was out of the door.

Since I haven’t had the time to properly mourn, I decided to write this post. It’s about the weirdest stuff I found on my very messy Desktop on my last day at the old job.

It feels like the boring flashback episode of a 90s sit-com, but what can you do about it?

A thoughtful (and creepy) Valentine’s Day Card

valetine day card

The day I considered a career change and researched hairdressers specialized in horses


The day Google fueled my fear of flying


The day I ate chocolate in my sleep


Proof that Andy Fixmer knows about cute dinosaurs


Proof that I’m not OK

Articulated opinions
The day I linked this video to my co-workers and what the reaction was


Trivia: Marcela is now the CEO of Latin City Pass, a company that gives you cool discounts in El Salvador.

The day Kristin made a shocking confession



The day Google had a heart


The day I unsuccessfully pitched revolutionary interior design ideas to my co-workers


The day someone got my back


The day Simone gave me a present


The day I don’t remember the story behind this but it must be nasty


The day we found out our internal chat system had a drawing function and things went out of hand


Clearly, that was Carine’s touch.

The day I found the personal web page of two dogs named Tiffany D’Ivandry and Cassiopea Heart of Cream


My last day

I don’t wanna make a big deal out of my last meal here.

Jesus did.

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  1. Kris

    I laughed so hard I cried. The Slut Visibility got me good. And the Lalalala story is a classic joke nowadays, published in international joke books, from California to New Zealand.

  2. Thank you Fede ! The chat system is my best working souvenir of 2014 so far !! I wonder if I didn’t let it as a desktop picture on my computer … SURVIVOR !!!!

    • Fede

      I’ll tell you about the souvenir I left as soon as we see each other :D

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