Many people fantasize about quitting their jobs, usually in a big way that involves telling their boss to go "eff" themselves, but Marina Shifrin actually did it, quitting her job in a sensational way. After she decided to quit her position at Next Media Animation, she went to the office at 4:30 a.m. and recorded a video that she released on YouTube, according to CBS News.

The video is titled "An Interpretive Dance for My Boss Set to Kanye West's Gone," and is captioned with her many thoughts about working at the company.

Shifrin produced video content at the animation company for two years. She felt that the job cost her quality of life, and in the video she explained her feelings.

"I believe it's more important to focus on the quality of the content," Shifrin wrote in the description of the video. "Here is a little video I made explaining my feelings."

Since Shifrin posted the video last weekend, it has been viewed more than 1.3 million times.

"I dropped everything for work," Shifrin wrote in a blog post that she entitled "Journalism is Dead (To Me)." "I spent hours in the office perfecting my headlines, my voiceovers, my stories."

When Shifrin was instructed to "make deadlines, not art," by her boss, she decided to quit.

In making her video resignation, Shifrin chose a song by Kanye West as the soundtrack as she dances around the office, with captioning where she says she decided to focus on the video rather than the number of hits, and so she planned to produce one video of her own.

After the video went viral, Shifrin posted an acknowledgement of the large number of responses her post elucidated.

"Well, point proven," she wrote on her Twitter account on Monday night. "Thank you to everyone. Sometimes the little ones do win."

Shifrin's Resignation Video.