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Viral Proposals, Viral Job Resignations...Let's Hope Viral Breakups Are Not Next!

I recently wrote about a viral marriage proposal that went viral a reason other than the proposal.  There are tons of viral wedding proposals popping up all the time, but what I watched today may have started a new trend.

Viral proposals, viral job resignations...let's hope viral breakups are not next!

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It is the viral video of a “breakup.”  The breakup of an employee and her company.  Yes, she created a video instead of the traditional “resignation letter.”  The viral video has reached a new level.  My only hope is that the popularity doesn’t encourage others to record videos of their breakups with their significant others.

I don’t know about you, but if I was the next potential employer for this employee, I may like their creativity.  However, their use of company items (electricity, office space, etc) might just be a concern.  The same would go if I were the next potential person to start a relationship with someone who created a video instead of calling, writing, or sitting down to tell me to hit the road.  Starting a new relationship with someone who one day may put you on blast is not ideal.

Anyway, check out the video below.  Yes, it is very creative, a little funny, but I’m not sure if it was called for.

[videopost src=’http://youtu.be/Ew_tdY0V4Zo’]

What are your thoughts on quitting a job or ending a relationship like this?  Is breakups 2.0?

Read more from Jackie on his blog, JackieBledsoe.com. Follow him on FacebookTwitterG+Instagram, and Pinterest.

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