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An AN employee revealed a hilarious note his irate boss sent to staff – which appeared to be riddled with grammatical errors.

The angry post, complaining about the messy office washroom, was shared on Reddit and left users in awe.

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The note was riddled with grammatical errorsCredit: Reddit

GonzaleeTheSwellGuy, who posted the note online, suggested that there could be a lot of fun to be had with the post referring to “pee on the floor.”

They even came up with a game that other users could play, captioning the post, “Take a photo for every spelling / grammar mistake.” “

In response, one user wrote, “How do you screw up so much in a world with autocorrect?” Hell, free word programs even built it in. Did they use a notepad or something? “

Another wrote: “My brain hurts reading this. It’s amazing what the spell check is for. If it was handwritten, that’s one thing (and it’s bad enough).

“But it looks like it was used on a word processor … which has all types of spell checking and other stuff that would be very helpful.”

While a third added: “I felt like I was having a seizure reading this lol.”

Others even joked about accepting the employee’s cheeky offer when another user wrote, “Two minutes ago I was completely sober.

“I am currently the most drunk of my life. “

The funny note comes after Reddit users were baffled by an angry official’s message to staff who claimed they were “stealing electricity.”

An employee said he was one of a series of nasty notes left by the manager over the past year.

They captioned the post: “One of a seemingly endless series of unreasonable notes left by my boss.” It’s great here. “

The message read: “No one has the right to ‘charge’ a cell phone or other electrical devices in these premises.

“This is electricity theft, and you may find that a deduction has been made from your pay.

“The phones should be turned off,” he added.

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