The employee shares a message from the manager telling users to detect spelling errors

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AN employee has revealed a funny note that their furious boss issued to the staff – which seemed to be full of grammatical errors.

The angry message, which complained about the office’s messy toilets, was shared further Reddit and left users confused.

The note was full of grammatical errors

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The note was full of grammatical errorsCredit: Reddit

GonzaleeTheSwellGuy, who posted the note online, suggested that there might be a lot of fun to do with the message referring to “peeing on the floor.”

They even suggested a game for other users to play, with the text of the post: “Try each spelling / grammar mistake.”

One user responded and wrote: “How do you fuck this much in a world of auto-correction? Hell, the free word programs even have it integrated. Did they use notepads or something?”

Another wrote: “My brain hurts when I read it. It’s amazing what spelling can be used for. If it was handwritten, it’s one thing (and bad enough).

“But it looks like it was used on a word processor … which has all kinds of spell check and other things that would come in handy.”

While a third added: “I felt like I had a seizure when I read this lol.”

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

“I’m currently the most drunk I’ve ever been.”

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

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

They headlined 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’ any mobile phone or other electrical equipment in these premises.

“It is theft of electricity, and you may find that a deduction has been made on your salary.

“Phones should be turned off,” it added.

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