How to Write a Funny Resignation Letter

Hilarious Resignation Letter Examples You Should Never Actually Use

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These funny resignation letter examples are one that you might wish you could give to your boss when you resign, but it's better to keep your sentiments to yourself.

Funny Resignation Letter Example #1

Dear Mr. Boss:

I'm thrilled to inform you that I'm resigning.

I have been waiting for what seems like forever to inform you that I’m resigning. I’ve hated working for the company since the day I was hired.

I don’t like the work, I don’t like my fellow employees, and I don’t like you.

I am tendering my resignation effective immediately and I’m heading for the open road. I bought a Harley and a leather jacket and my girlfriend, Denise, is coming along. It was a little tough to find a jacket to fit her, but we managed.

I know you would like me to help you with a transition, but I won’t. Have fun figuring out the files on my computer. I can’t even figure them out most of the time.

Oh, speaking of computers, you’ll need to figure out the passwords to all our online resources. I forgot to keep a list of them, so have fun with that.

I’m sure you’d like to have a going away party for me. However, I’m not interested in the stale cookies and nasty punch that constitutes saying goodbye at this company.

Don’t worry about writing me a reference, even though I’m sure you’d be glad to recommend my work. I don’t need or want one.

I don’t need references where I’m heading. So, consider our bridges burnt.

See ya,

Happy To Be Gone

Funny Resignation Letter Example #2

Date

Dear Ellen,

I am writing to inform you of my resignation. My last day was last Thursday. Since then, I've been using company time and resources to find a better job.

Thankfully, I was offered one yesterday, and I start Monday (with a promotion and salary increase) with your competition.

Too bad I never signed the non-compete agreement.

Regards,

Jane

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