Is your resignation a happy one? Does your (about to be former) boss have a sense of humor? If he or she does, then this could be a big hit. If he or she doesn't have much of a sense of humor - who cares? You're quitting! As long as you get a chuckle out of it, then that's all that matters.
Remember to enter the date you are resigning in the third paragraph and the company name in the fourth paragraph. (You have to do a little more than enter "X's" in this message.)
Quitting a job is a serious process! But, if you and your (about to be former) boss have a sense of humor, then this might be what you need to take the edge off and make it less serious.
With that in mind, I was happily creating the following message one day about resigning from your job, when I realized that even today, not all correspondence should probably be submitted in electronic form. Something like a resignation should still be printed on paper - just as I did when I resigned a few years ago.
So, I ended up separating this page off from the rest because it is probably more of a funny mail message than an email one!
I'll leave the final decision up to you but I think an employer would want a letter of resignation to be on paper.
If you want to work at home and leave the daily grind behind, then this is the letter to give your boss. Tired of the commute and "office politics"? Ready for a change?
Hand in this humorous resignation and get ready to start your new life.
This is to inform you that [ ]your socks don't match [ ]vitamin C doesn't cure baldness [ ]a new opportunity has presented itself [ ]I've had it up to here [ ]enough is enough [ ]I'm tired of striving for mediocrity [ ]I've hit bottom [ ]it's time for a change
and I am therefore [ ]tendering my resignation from your company [ ]leaving society [ ]taking tango lessons [ ]getting plastered [ ]learning Swahili [ ]having hallucinations [ ]chugging green tea [ ]waxing poetic.
I wish to advise you that [ ]there's a funny smell in the lunch room [ ]I can't water-ski [ ]I used up all my sick days, so I'm calling in dead [ ]I've become dain bramaged [ ]libraries make me want to shout [ ](enter a date) will be my last day of employment.
I would like to thank you for [ ]the experience of having worked for (name the company) [ ]a very strange time [ ]having me committed [ ]buying me the bunny slippers [ ]explaining the meaning of life [ ]not wearing Bermuda shorts.
(These directions are for MS Word users but will generally be the same for all word processing programs.)
Open your Word processor.
Return to this resignation page and highlight the verse above.
Right-click on the highlighted text and click "copy".
Return to your word processor and in the text box; click once to get the cursor in the box and then right-click on the mouse and click "paste" and the text (from above) will be transferred into your document.
(Remember to enter the date you are retiring in paragraph 3 and your former company name in paragraph 4.)
Type your boss's name at the top.
Put a CAPITAL "X" in the brackets beside the words or phrases you want to use in your message.
Add your name at the end.
Print it off!
Now here's an aside for you to think about if you actually are resigning. Do you have an interest or a hobby or a favorite vacation spot that you like? Most people do. Would you like to be your own boss and work at home and earn a living by starting a website about that interest or hobby?
That's what I'm doing. I spend my day looking at fun things on the Internet!
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Click above to see other funny business email templates that you can use if you have enough courage!
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