Steven Slater was a flight attendant for JetBlue Airways. After having a confrontation with a passenger, he grabbed the microphone, quit his job over the PA system, and as the plane was landing, grabbed two beers, popped open the emergency evacuation slide and jumped down it. He ended up briefly being a celebrity, but ultimately ended up owing JetBlue around $10,000 dollars for his actions.
Joey DeFrancesco hated his job at a hotel, so he decided to quit and enlisted his friends to help. Fortunately, Joey's friends perform in a marching band, enabling his resignation to be as loud as humanly possible.
Everyone knows that the most important part of any resignation letter is that it is pretty. Writing it out in colorful crayons and including a bonus doodle of a dog ensured that Cat's letter was the fairest of them all.
Chris Holmes wanted to actually show his coworkers why he was quitting, so he put his skills to good use. He baked a professional quality cake to say goodbye and managed to advertise his new cake business at the same time.
Gwen Dean is actually a real person, who quit her job during a Super Bowl Commercial. She seems to have gotten the best of everything. She quit her job, opened a new business and got it advertised on one of the world's biggest stages, all for responding to an ad looking for someone getting ready to quit.
Maria Shifrin worked for a company that made videos. So it only makes sense that she decided to make a video as her notice of resignation. The video went viral, proving that Marina knows her stuff, but her bosses got the last word.