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The message on the inside stated, "The place won't seem the same without you."
I'M AN OFFICE WORKER irony.
When I left my last job I sent out an email telling people I was gonna have a few beers after work and they were welcome to join. Accidentally included one group email of people I'd never worked with and a few people emailed me back saying it was a shame I was going. Lying bastards.
because what were they going to do? Fire you?
"Subject: BYE SUCKERS!
Email: As some of you may know, today is my last day. Its been great to work with some of you. Here is my personal email email@example.com so feel free to keep in touch.
I'll miss you all.....NOT!!!!! LOL "
These people have normally only been with the company for a month or so.
Just what the fuck do you write on cards? especially birthday cards to family members.
I tie myself in knots trying to write something on cards, because all I can think of is the obvious, but more often than not it's already printed on the card itself. Thanks a fucking lot Hallmark!
I used to spend some time sitting thinking about it, and once someone started insinuating that I fancied this girl that was leaving because of it. I should've milked it and started shouting "YEAH, AND NOW SHE'S GOING BACK TO NEW ZEALAND YOU HEARTLESS BASTARD".
Short, sweet and dull.
I make the message as brief as is possible: Happy /occasion/
Thinking of reducing it via an abbreviation, and I hate those.
"ps. hope you remembered to get yourself checked"
don't really see the point unless I actually know them, obviously. But I do like the Limp Bizkit suggestion above and might adopt that myself in future